Costs much less the name brand ones but does the exact same things and works just as well!! What sold me on this Iwown fitness tracker at first was the great price and good reviews. To use it, you have to download the coordinating app (app name and instructions are included in the manual). It doesn't drain your phone battery and the fitness tracker battery lasts almost a week before you need to charge it again. So of course, it counts your steps. I had 2 on my arm (borrowed a friends for comparison) and the big name tracker and this one were only 30 steps off from each other at the end of the day so I would say this one is darn accurate and can definitely hold it's own against the big boys! On to what it does: counts your steps, shows the time and date, counts calories, distance travelled, monitors your sleep patterns, alerts you regarding incoming calls or texts and displays the name or phone number (can be turned off if you'd like), and even alerts you if you've been sedentary too long! So, all the things the brand name one does but at a fraction of the price. I received this item for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
December 7, 2015
2nd day playing with it...Holds charge well...Paired thru the app with iPhone...It seems good for the price...I'm not getting all the features to read/display as I swipe thru the features...The step counting and the silent alarm work well and I wanted those two features...I give it "a pretty durn good for the price"
October 14, 2015
I accidentally bought 2 of these! If it were great it would have been a great accident but I can't even use it properly. When I got it, I put it on, it was paired easily! And I'm like, that's pretty awesome! So I went to the store, within two hrs of traveling, walking, my steps are already 2,880. Uhhhh I don't think I've had that much cos I was in the car most of the time. That just tells me it's not accurate. I also keep looking at my watch to look for time but it doesn't light up like what's it's supposed to do, like I already shake shake my hand and it's still not lighting up, but for random look it lights up. Lol. The app looks easy, but complicated to manipulate, like how to reset it, the options for features are in a very small scroll down button on the upper right, you would think its gotta be on a bigger tab, and lastly the Bluetooth connection is just bad. It keeps on disconnecting and my phone is always with me, and I've spent 7minutes trying to reconnect it again but it doesn't show it on the app, but on my Bluetooth setting it says 'connected'. I give up and decided I'm writing a review.The good things I like about this:It fits perfect, I have a very small wrist and this fits me, it's comfortable and stylish. I love that it's touch screen! So cute! The best thing is that WHEN it's connected, I get the notification on my watch, I see part of the text, you texted me, etc. I love that part, but I got this for fitness purposes and I know now that it's unreliable, therefore I'd have to return both of my purchases on Monday.
December 18, 2015