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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!
1,523 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
1,911 people found this helpful.
Received the Blaze after a direct preorder from Fitbit.
Great fitness tracker for anyone
198 people found this helpful.
This is a great fitness tracker for the beginner or experienced person who wants to keep track of their activity. Because it also is a watch and gives you the date, you only need wear one device. The band comes in multiple colors and 2 sizes (both come with purchase) for the person with small or large wrists. It syncs easily and you are able to sync it to Lose It or My Fitness Pal if you use those sites to monitor your dietary intake. If you have questions, support services is excellent. I think that this is just the best. I use this watch together with
Great Watch, Superb Company!
18 people found this helpful.
I am in love with this Fitbit Blaze! I’ve always had the Fitbit One (the kind that has a clip – not a wristband). I rarely wear bracelets because I they tend to annoy me, so I’ve never had a Fitbit that I wear on my wrist. However, when the price on the Blaze came down, I figured it was at least worth a shot… and I’m glad I did!
Happy Fitbit Customer
823 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!
I’m quite pleased with my purchase of the Fitbit Blaze
14 people found this helpful.
Overall, I’m quite pleased with my purchase of the Fitbit Blaze. I was originally only in the market for a pedometer and heart-rate monitor for my walking regimen, but my research indicated that the Blaze received top marks in both. I make ample use of it, though not to its ultimate potential, since I don’t use any of the built-in workouts. However, in conjunction with the app for my phone I have used it to reach daily goals in steps taken, calories consumed, and even track my sleep patterns. I’ve had it for just over three weeks and have lost 7-8 pounds, thanks in large measure to the helpful calorie guide in the app and reminders on the watch. Additionally, I’ve discovered that my sleep patterns work best on a particular kind of mattress, which is going to guide my upcoming purchase of a new one.
Best Fitbit Device Yet
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I’ve had a long journey searching for the perfect fitness device to fit my needs and Fitbit Blaze is the closest a device has come to meeting all those criterias. For people who use fitness devices they pretty much all due the same thing they count steps, calories burned, sleep, some count step climbed, most of the newer ones has some kind of heart rate monitor, some travel into smartwatch territory as they show you notifications and so forth. The reason I chose Fitbit Blaze its because it gives me everything above while still having good battery life. I’ve only had it about a week and so far I’ve only charged it when I showered. (Bringing up one of its negatives that it’s not waterproof). Fitbit says the Blaze should last 5 days without charging I doubt that it goes that long but the fact that I don’t have to worry about taking off my tracker at night to charge it Is a boon for me especially since I have sleeping issues and like to track my sleep. There are 7 different types of exercise you can track like running, biking, Weightlifting and so on. Also it can connect to the gps in your phone over Bluetooth. The tracker itself can notify you of phone calls, text and calendar notifications (no emails). The display itself uses a color LCD that easy to look at even in daylight although it doesn’t always come on when I raise my wrist (have to press button on left). My only negative (and its not with the tracker itself) is that the accessory bands are too expensive ($99 for leather strap and $129 for metal links) especially since the base where the tracker connects are plastic as well, I havnen’t used all the features yet like the Fitstar which gives you step by step instructions on certain exercises but I will be testing that soon. Also I will be charging the tracker fully and see how long it goes until I have to charge again and will update accordingly.