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Amazon Price: N/A $229.95 (as of August 11, 2017 8:42 pm –
FITBIT BLAZE:: Maximize every workout and every day, all while scoring loads of style points with the brand-new Fitbit Blaze fitness watch. Youre going to like that you can get an extremely precise heart rate reading without the unpleasant chest strap from the Blazes PurePulse constant, automated, wrist-based tracking. Youll also have the ability to easily map your routes, see real-time statistics like speed and distance, and even take pleasure in multi-sport tracking as well as everyday activity tracking and sleep tracking. And to top it off, you can produce the best look for any occasion with the Fitbit Blaze accessory bands from their Classic or Luxe collections.
- Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 1.7 x 0.4 inches ; 1.4 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
- ASIN: B019VM3F2M
- UPC: 810351026372 810351025047
- Item model number: 148002
- Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
In Depth Review!
2,250 people found this helpful.
I can’t say enough good things about this fitness watch. This is going to be an in depth review so I apologize in advance for the length.
Best Fitbit I’ve had yet
2,115 people found this helpful.
Received the Blaze after a direct preorder from Fitbit.
Happy Fitbit Customer
869 people found this helpful.
A few weeks ago I purchased the Charge HR and I loved it, my Fitbit One was great, but I was growing tired of clipping it on and losing it. The Charge HR having phone notification features and heart rate monitoring got me into the future with wearables, and the Blaze is taking it to the next level! I’ve only had it a few days (got it early by ordering on the Fitbit site) and I am still pretty enamored with it. Out of the box it needs an update which is a little odd considering it’s a brand new product, but after updating and charging (battery was almost dead) I was up and ready to go!
Pros and Cons
357 people found this helpful.
I purchased the Fitbit Blaze because I wanted to keep track of my steps, workouts, heart rate, and sleep but I also appreciated the “smart watch” type features including text, calendar, call, and email notifications. I have it paired with an iPhone 6, and I get notifications for most of the core apps (calendar, calls, text, email) as long as you set the app on your phone to at least “banner” notifications. If you aren’t getting at least a banner notification on your phone, you won’t get any kind of notification on the Fitbit. Additionally, longer text messages, over a few sentences, will be cut off on your Fitbit so you will have to look at your phone to read them in their entirety. That said, let’s get into the pros and cons.
A great in-between-er of the Fitbit Surge and the Fitbit Charge HR
8 people found this helpful.
I absolutely love it. The notifications are nice, but need a little work so you don’t have to scroll all the way down to clear them, but besides that they are very nice. The music control option is very desired and works as it should. It only has 3 options that it comes with for the fit star but they are nice little workouts that help you feel some burn. The tracking of your workouts is another great feature and it pretty darn accurate. A summation of it would be a glorified Fitbit Charge HR but with a few new tricks up its sleeve. Plays nice with both IOS and Android (used majorly on IOS by me).
It’s a fitness tracker not overall smart watch
5 people found this helpful.
So far I really like my Fitbit Blaze. I have small wrists and was worried the watch was going to look awkwardly large. It is comfortable and doesn’t feel heavy or large. After comparing it with my sister in laws Apple Watch sport it looks larger because of the metal bezel but the actual screen is about the same size as the smaller Apple Watch version.
Customizable, versatile, and stylish. Love it!
2 people found this helpful.
I absolutely love the Fitbit Blaze. It is easy to use, stylish, and functional. I wear my Fitbit Blaze everywhere. Here is a list of everything I love about it:
The handy fitness helper that you wear
One person found this helpful.
As a new years resolution I was looking to become more active and healthy in my life and the Fitbit Blaze was an investment toward that cause. My relatives owned other Fitbit products and it was on sale ($60 USD off) so that gave me the helpful push to pull the trigger. These devices are versatile from counting steps to monitoring your sleep patterns. You’ll never want a “dumb” watch again after you purchase a Fitbit.