Introducing the Amazfit Band 7 Fitness & Health Tracker. This exceptional gadget boasts an array of features that make it stand out from its competitors in the market. Are you looking for a fitness tracker that can keep up with your active lifestyle? Look no further, the Amazfit Band 7 is your new best friend. Let’s delve into what makes it so remarkable.
Unlike most fitness trackers, the Amazfit Band 7 is built to withstand aquatic activities. It manages to achieve a water-resistant rating of up to 50m, making it suitable for splashes, showering, swimming, and even high-speed water sports, thanks to its adherence to the ISO 22810:2010 standard. Additionally, it has passed third-party testing conducted by the reputable SGS company, with report number SWT2205-46, assuring you of its durability and longevity.
Here are some more exciting features that come with the Amazfit Band 7 Fitness & Health Tracker:
- A large 1.47″ always-on display, with 112% more viewable area than Band 5, and yet remains slim and lightweight.
- The 232 mAh battery can last up to 18 days with typical usage and up to 28 days in battery saver mode.
- Choose from 120 sports modes to track your data, including running, cycling, and yoga. It also has smart recognition for 4 sports and is water-resistant up to 50 meters.
- Measure your heart rate, blood oxygen, and stress level in just one tap while tracking your sleep quality and menstrual cycle all in one device.
- Amazfit Band 7 has Amazon Alexa built-in and runs on the low power-consuming Zepp OS, offering over 10 mini apps to enhance your daily life.
- Other helpful features include phone calls, SMS and app notifications, quick replies, Bluetooth phone music and camera control, alarm clock, stopwatch, weather, sedentary reminder, and screen lock and password.
Try to imagine me trying to put these on. I get one leg in and realize I may have bitten off more than I can chew, here! Put next leg in and prepare to pull them up over my hips and realize that I CAN’T! I was so bummed. I’ve wanted Spanx for a long time, now I have them and they’re too small. Darn! I pull them off and toss into a corner of my room, defeated. So I stare at them, crumpled on the floor as they mock me. No, I’m not going down like that. I get up to try again, whispering to these shorts that I’m gonna win! I get them on up as far as my hips and began to pull with all my might (what if I tear them!!) Stretch, pull, sweat, swear, GOT IT! They are above my poor, injured bruised hips now! But I won, so there! I got them situated around my core now, those errant (extra skin) rolls are nowhere to be seen! The tummy that housed 2 babies and lots of pizza and twinkies seems to have disappeared! Magic, I tell ya.I yanked on them pretty hard to pull them up and into place and they handled it. No tearing, no terrifying sound of a popped stitch. I love how my rolls and skin is all tucked in and smoothed out! I don’t feel hot and constricted at all. There is a little trap door in the crotch for using the restroom, but I haven’t been brave enough to try that.My only gripe with these is that they do roll up on the legs. I have to reposition the leg parts throughout the time I’m wearing it. But no rolling at the waist.So glad I got these and now looking forward to being able to order a Spanx tank top!
My first piece from the Spanx line. I like the product, and the tummy pannel did it’s jop and made my muffintop pretty much disappear. The only reason this isn’t a 5 star for me is that if you are short in the torso as i am, this product does like to roll down. I found wearing a bra with a wide band, or with silicone grips can help with that. Right now I also wear it beneath another body shaper for extra compression and in that context it will stay in place. Perhaps I will see if Spanx full body shapers work out a bit better for me. I am 5’2, 168 pounds and I bought a medium.
I have put on the typical Covid 20#, and needed a support piece under a dress for a wedding. It was comfortable, and did make the dress fit/look better. My only complaint was that it rolled down my tummy several times, which was disappointing since reviews claimed it stayed in place. That’s why I chose it. That is the reason for a 4 star review.
Danielle K. –
Don’t expect dramatic results. It smooths out your flabs and rolls though.
While I love this smart watch every single morning since I received it it loses connection and won’t connect to the app. The only way to fix the issue is to delete the app, then go and retrieve it from the App Store and down load it once again. I have other smart watches and have never had these kind of issues! Very frustrating!
Ann T –
The Zepp app works, the band works, price is right, what else you need more than that?
Pretty good quality, accurate and sturdy. Really like it. Came in very fast.
Ordered based on measurement chart as well as the Amazon suggested size for me…and still too small. Also do not like how the top section rolls down anytime you sit. If you want this style order up a size after you measure as.I am 5’4” and 145lbs. Always wearMediums and 8/10 pants, Size suggested is Large that I ordered and…wow it is tight…can’t breath! XL would work better
I know a couple ladies who may be interested. It may just be what they were thinking about getting themselves.
T Fowl –
Screenshots: the Bands’ LED/PD arrays; Walking in-Zepp app of a daily 1-mile crisscross walk in my backyard (satellite view can be chosen, too; needs the phone’s Bluetooth and cell or Wi-Fi connections plus enabled location service(s)).I posted a Band 5 review and Amazon won’t allow one separate to it for the Band 7. So my Band 5 review follows these Band 5 vs Band 7 details. I used the Band 5 all of December, 2022 and then the Band 7 to date. I no longer have the 5, so I rely on my recollections.The physical differences for the two bands is self-evident. The Zepp app is really, really good IMHO.For the fitness/health feature sets and user interface, the Amazfit web site has plenty of info. The FAQs and Support pages are good but you need to really scrape around and dig for the it. There are gobs of online videos for these two bands. The Band 5 user PDF is awful.Presented here are the core components and workings of the two bands’ stuff, a blend of Amazfit and searched-for online info and my observations, the later being to the best of my ability.Mobile device integration/sharing/etc, in-watch and in-Zepp Workout apps and Alexa are not discussed with the exception of the screenshot and this:I have observed when using the Walking app in the Band or the Zepp app, BPM is real-time! One might expect the same for the other apps. While the real-time data is recorded in Zepp’s Homepage Workout History X-Y chart, the Homepage Heart Rate chart will be for the user selected 1,5, 10 or 30 minute intervals.• BPM & SpO2Band 5: An array of 2 LEDs and 1 PD (photo detector).Band 7: The same, redesigned.• Motion/movementBand 5: 3-axis gyroscopic sensorBand 7: Geomagnetic sensorBand 5 & 7: 3-axis acceleration sensor• Data engine algorithmsBand 5: BioTracker 2Band 7: BioTracker 3• Operating systemBand 5 & 7: Zepp OS•• Band 5 monitoring ••Same as Band 7 but no BPM Activity Detection Feature, I think.I can’t recall if the Workout Walking app BPM was real-time.•• Band 7 monitoring ••-BPM, Stress, SpO2: 24 hour-BPM will update at user selected frequencies, when awake: 1, 5, 10 or 30 minutes. If set at the higher frequencies, the Activity Detection Feature sets at 1 minute for the duration of the activity. On-the-spot (manual) updates can be taken at any time. Band display of real time BPM display is not available, but real time is confirmed by me for the Workout Walking app.-Stress and SpO2 updates are 5 minutes only.-During sleep, BPM updates every minute, Stress and SpO4 update every 5 minutes.-While awake, on-the-spot (manual) updates can be taken; SpO2 requires up to 30 seconds, Stress needs all of 45 seconds, while keeping the arm at rest (motionless).-While awake, auto-updates will be taken if the arm is at rest (motionless) for five or more minutes and remains so for the 20 and 45 seconds needed.• Other-The 5 is sleek, the 7 is not.-Band 5 watch faces are far more available given its greater market place exposure. Band 7 may catch up in time.-Available Band 7 watch faces seriously lack component customization.-Band 7 replacement and designer bands have to catch up to the overwhelming choices available for the Band 5.-The timeline that defines sleep is fixed at midnight to 8 AM.-Sleep health data is a dubious, universally for all bands and watches across all price points.-The breathing health algorithm is beta as of this writing, but looks promising.• And-The reflectance driven BPM and Sp02 spot-check values match that of my FDA Class II transmittance EMAY EMO-80 pulse-oximeter. Given the near-instant transmittance sensors, today’s reflectance sensors, other than being a bit slow, have come a long way for spot-checks.-I wore my Medline WR30M pedometer with each band for a week each and the distance, step count and BPM data matched the Bands’ data pretty much spot on.-With 24/7 wear and all monitoring features enabled and daily half-hour use of the Walking in-watch app, my Band 7 battery alerts at the 20% level after 8-9 days (Bluetooth not used but for 1-2/day Zepp syncs). Using “fast” Nokia or RAVPower chargers, it takes 25 minutes to reach 50%. Another 15 to 75% and another 30 to 99% where it takes another 20 minutes to get to 100%. Regardless of the progress values reported, it’s been a consistent 90 minutes from 20% to 100%.
I ordered a medium. I was skeptical that this would fit, but like others say, this thing is magic. Not only does it smooth and do what says…you burn some extra calories putting it on. I have some leftover baby weight and got this to help with tummy and hips for a wedding. For reference I’m 5’4 155 lbs.
The worst thing about the item is the wrist band keeps coming undone. I’m inevitably going to lose it soon. If you are long sighted, you’ll never get your glasses on quick enough to read the tiny writing on the display before it times out. Apart from that it seems ok. I’m being asked to rate it’s accuracy but how can I possibly gauge that?
The inside panel that aids in compression on the right side of the garment detached from the garment during the first use. Must be a defective item, as I bought a smaller size and have worn it for 7 days consecutively (post operatively) with no issues