The Fitbit’s Sense Advanced Smartwatch is now available on Amazon for $180. This is the first time that all of the colors have been sold at this price, but it also represents a savings of $119.95 from the regular price of $300, which is tied to the lowest price ever. The Fitbit Sense comes with an always-on AMOLED display in addition to the typical fitness monitoring features that one would expect from a modern wearable gadget. The device has a six-day battery life in addition to recording the electrocardiogram (ECG) and having the potential to detect additional uncommon data, such as stress and skin temperature. To test out the wearable’s built-in Assistant, we only recently got our hands on one.
EDA Scan app detects electrodermal activity which may indicate your body’s response to stress and a built-in skin temperature sensor logs yours each night so you can see when it varies.
A heart rhythm irregularity- and easily share results with your doctor (The Fitbit ECG app is only available in select countries. Not intended for use by people under 22 years old.
An on-wrist skin temperature sensor tracks yours each night so you can see how it varies. You can also see your nightly blood oxygen levels at a glance with our collection of clock faces.
High & low heart rate notifications alert you if yours seems above or below your average.
Battery lasts 6 plus days plus, fast charging gives you a full day’s charge in just 12 minutes (Varies with use and other factors up to 12 hours with continuous GPS).
Use built-in GPS during runs, hikes, rides, and more to see pace & distance without your phone, and use the built-in mic and speaker to take Bluetooth calls hands-free when your phone is nearby (Requires more frequent charging).
Use Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa Built-in to get quick news, set bedtime reminders and alarms, control your smart home devices, and more just by speaking to your watch.