Apple Watch – Full Fitness Review
The Apple Watch is certainly a smart watch. But is it a fitness tracker? Can it replace your current fitness tracker? How good is it?
Well I took the Apple Watch to the gym, out for a jog, and did some weight lifting too. This hands on review answers all of these questions and more!
Patrick Rochon says
can we try the http://vimofit.com app for us and tell us how good it is at
counting reps and integrating with health app
How does it compare with the mio fuse as a heartrate tracker?
wong raymond says
just for play, there is so many cheaper choice out there, apple iwatch is
not worth it, just rip off the customer…
Amjid Khan says
I’ve been with my watch and after running a couple of times with the phone,
running with the watch alone is pretty accurate and tracks distance pretty
Fredric Andersson says
I think the reason there’s no sleep tracking is because most people will
charge their watch overnight, thus making sleep tracking somewhat difficult
Which apple watch sport is this, the 38 or 42mm?
Ayal Mor says
What about waterproof?? Many people swim as a main activity. What about
Jason P. says
Thanks for the review. Do you know if the onboard Apple activity tracking
will link to the widely used programs like Map My Fitness, etc?
Jonathan Longden says
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Ruben Rabago says
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Daniele La Mantia says
not good workout
screw Walmart liars says
I put mine on my erection
Loved your video!
Blessings and Love,
Howdy Girl says
i have a question not that i will do it but can you swim with the watch?
like if you are going to swim some leinght in a casual swimming pool?
The battery isn’t really long lasting enough to be used all day, then all
night. A fix for that isn’t a software update away.
For it to be used for sleep tracking you would use the thing all day.
Charge it when you get home, use it all night to track sleep, then charge
it at some point the next day. That’s ridiculously cumbersome. Especially
when you consider the (basically) week long battery life of many other
activity trackers available.
Hardware changes are needed before the apple watch is going to be a
feasible sleep tracker.
This seems like it was a little forced.
I love the idea of smart watches, and I’m looking forward to making
technology less phone dependent.
However, sleep tracking for the apple watch is basically a non starter
because of the current generation’s battery life. Activity tracking for
the apple watch is poor (at best) because you can spend less than a third
of the cost and get a tracker that will much, much more accurately track
your activity (and sleep).
The idea that the apple watch can be great if you spend 350-400 for the
most basic model, and then buy a separate bluetooth tracker to make up for
the poor tracking that the apple watch is capable of seems silly to me.
For people who aren’t very serious about fitness I think the apple watch
makes a lot of sense. It has poor fitness tracking hardware. That cannot
really be made up for through software (only by adding in more hardware).
I think if you’re serious about fitness and you want something to really
tell you what’s up you want to consider a separate fitness tracker.
Krisztián Kovács says
I hate to see scrolling lag.
Maureen Cash says
another Sports Watch Review
Jimme CrackCorn says
If I strapped this to my penis will it tell me how many strokes I did and
how fast I was humping the married one eye fat chick across the street?
cost to make is $84
Jesse Head says
Jo Harper says
It’s more to come watch. Just wait
Babatope Loko says