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Product information

    Display
    Yes
    Features
    Caller ID, Distance meter, Built-in heart rate monitor, Speedometer, Stopwatch, Sleep reading, Calorie counter, Watch, Touchscreen, Pedometer, Vibration alarm
    Available colours
    Black, Grey, Blue, Pink, Purple
    Water resistant
    Yes
    Compatible devices
    iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android

    General

    Bracelet
    Yes
    Thickness
    11.9 mm
    Width (not diameter)
    24.5 mm
    Clips
    No

    Image properties

    Display
    Yes

    Design

    Available colours
    Black, Grey, Blue, Pink, Purple

    Dimensions

    Weight
    28 g

    Features

    Features
    Caller ID, Distance meter, Built-in heart rate monitor, Speedometer, Stopwatch, Sleep reading, Calorie counter, Watch, Touchscreen, Pedometer, Vibration alarm
    Water resistant
    Yes
    Fully Waterproof
    No
    IP code (level of dust/water resistance)
    IP68

    Communication

    Bluetooth
    Yes
    Bluetooth version
    4.2
    GPS
    Yes
    NFC
    No

    Compatibility

    Compatible devices
    iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android

    Power supply

    Battery life
    4 days
    Battery type
    Li-Ion
    Charging via USB
    Yes

    Miscellaneous

    Release year
    2016

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Reviews

    3.3 of 5 stars

    Based on 8 reviews

    robcar89
    2017-03-18
    + Software, among the best in this category because it is stylish and feature-rich. + The screen is very good in comparison to other (However, the disadvantage of battery life). + The format is good, it does not stand out as much. + Better comfort than Fitbit and Garmin band that I had. - The bracelet can come loose and holes spike attaches to wear quickly. Badly... - Battery life, on the third day should be charged also that I have the connection between the phone turned off all the time and has a low brightness.
    balsam
    2017-02-22
    Light and functional fitness tracker with many features. Intuitive and easy to use that fits comfortably on your wrist unnoticed there is there. As fitness trackers with pulse function, this works very very poor to great comparison of similar products in the same price range. Here score unfortunately Samsung Galaxy Fit 2 simply zero. The pulse measurement is so lamentably inaccurate that Samsung could benefit from controlled from activity measurement and rather call it a "smart bracelets". GPS feature does not work without the use of mobile phone, which in turn limits the use and training intent with GPS. Set away from Samsung to deliver a lightweight "activity bracelet" with good display, this is not worth the money. Battery life also pulls down an extra minus. Gear Fit 2 was tested in about 2 weeks with various activities and the whole was simply a disappointment. Can Samsung making similar bracelets with better logarithms on pulse measurement, several elective sport profiles, significantly increased battery life and GPS function without one needs to use the phone, this could be a very useful and functional activity bracelet. Here you must make another attempt Samsung! :)
    Västman
    2016-08-15
    Good screen with good alerted that makes me quite often avoid looking at the phone for notifications as email or SMS / MMS. Pretty good battery, I load every 2-3 days but has GPS turned off. The bracelet is nice but not safe. Detached sometimes accidentally when you come to it. Has so far been loosened at all training sessions. Can not be used when I perform an activity which is bored with a task bracelet. The heart rate monitor, I'm very unhappy. Often, the most recent survey was for over an hour ago. Even the times I insisted on having it sitting on during a training session it had not measured pulse once during the entire session. If I choose to manually measure the pulse as it says that I should "stand still". When compared with the Sony Smart Band 2 and Garmin Vivo Smart HR to meet these both to sit there and measure your heart rate during exercise. "Stand still" well it takes attGear Fit 2 will work fine. If I move so therefore not measured pulse and the exercise will come off the bracelet. My Gear Fit 2 is a good notifieringsdisplay I take from me as soon as I should practice.
    Zombrak
    2016-08-11
    Really good activity bracelet. Good with heart rate monitor but it feels a bit half-reliable when running. No good fitness app yet, but it will certainly better to come. Awesome great to be able to have music on the clock but as I say shame to offline lists from Spotify does not work yet. The worst time is the bracelet, it is cruel bad. I was close to losing it several times and finally went off in a lake so now it's gone! :-( I'll see if it becomes a new or not ...
    Ant0909
    2016-08-05
    Verging on the top rankings. Stunning screen, nice bracelet (very important!), And nice features. Easy to add new clock faces, apps, etc. A little pity to Spotifyappen was withdrawn due. bugs, why offline lists can not be played at this time. Once the app is released again so you can download the offline lists via Spotifyappen and then leave the phone at home löpturer. No manual work to download songs to Gear Fit 2. It will be cruel when it is released again! Battery life: Well, 2 days without charge, I have succeeded. I think that's perfectly acceptable. Just waiting to be Runtastic or Runkeeper fixes compatibility with Gear Fit 2 ...
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