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5 Reviews for Amazfit Bip 3 Pro

  1. Dominik T.

    So far so good after a few weeks of use. My first smart watch and no complaints. Battery life is good.

  2. John E.

    My first attempt to buy a smart watch was years ago as a samsung watch and there were just to many issues. It was bulky and batter life as maybe 2 days. So I went back to a real watch because that’s all I really needed. Fast forward to 2022 and Black Friday. I picked up the Amazfit Bip 3 Pro for around 50.00.My first impression was it was a good size. My wrists are small and it was in the size range I wanted. It is very light with the included band and a little heavier with my replacement SS band. Really in the range of any watch though.My second thought was on the band. It was a rubberized substance which I really hate. I used it for about a week and decided it was not for me. I was worried but this uses a standard size and there are a lot of bands out there that will fit this on Amazon. I ended up getting a stainless steel replacement for 10.00. and just love it.The Battery life is spot on their estimate. It claimed 14 days. I am past 14 days at 19% power. To me this is good. You can charge it every 2 weeks and not be worried you will run out towards the end.The movement to turn on seems well done. It comes on when you move your wrist to view but really does not come on by just moving your wrist or arm. You will need to remember to turn this feature off at night. You can set times when it is active. I have mine set from 7AM to 11PM and if I need it after that just hit the button. If you don’t it will come on when you don’t want it to and its bright.There are a minimal number of clock faces. It would be nice if there were more. I actually use the default and have one standard watch face if I want to look fancier.You can get text and email notifications but they are not the best. You cannot reply to anything though.You can answer calls but there is not mic or speaker so it really does you know good. Im not sure I want to look like Dick Tracey and talk into my arm.I don’t really use the measuring features as I really just wanted a watch. I have played with them and they seem to be right but I really have no way to tell that.I bought this as a watch and the battery life and screen resolution make this a good choice.Overall I bought this

  3. John E.

    My first attempt to buy a smart watch was years ago as a samsung watch and there were just to many issues. It was bulky and batter life as maybe 2 days. So I went back to a real watch because that’s all I really needed. Fast forward to 2022 and Black Friday. I picked up the Amazfit Bip 3 Pro for around 50.00.My first impression was it was a good size. My wrists are small and it was in the size range I wanted. It is very light with the included band and a little heavier with my replacement SS band. Really in the range of any watch though.My second thought was on the band. It was a rubberized substance which I really hate. I used it for about a week and decided it was not for me. I was worried but this uses a standard size and there are a lot of bands out there that will fit this on Amazon. I ended up getting a stainless steel replacement for 10.00. and just love it.The Battery life is spot on their estimate. It claimed 14 days. I am past 14 days at 19% power. To me this is good. You can charge it every 2 weeks and not be worried you will run out towards the end.The movement to turn on seems well done. It comes on when you move your wrist to view but really does not come on by just moving your wrist or arm. You will need to remember to turn this feature off at night. You can set times when it is active. I have mine set from 7AM to 11PM and if I need it after that just hit the button. If you don’t it will come on when you don’t want it to and its bright.There are a minimal number of clock faces. It would be nice if there were more. I actually use the default and have one standard watch face if I want to look fancier.You can get text and email notifications but they are not the best. You cannot reply to anything though.You can answer calls but there is not mic or speaker so it really does you know good. Im not sure I want to look like Dick Tracey and talk into my arm.I don’t really use the measuring features as I really just wanted a watch. I have played with them and they seem to be right but I really have no way to tell that.I bought this as a watch and the battery life and screen resolution make this a good choice.Overall I bought this

  4. Jmac

    I am too cheap to pay for the name brand smart watches. I have had other smart watches that were ok, but either the battery life was short, or they were difficult to see in bright light. This watch does everything it claims with a very robust app with lots of information. The battery typically uses between 7% and 8% per day so I recharge it every 1 1/2 weeks. It recharges quickly plugged into a generic power strip usb port. A full charge from 0% takes less than 1 1/2 hours. It’s bright and easy to see in all conditions. I wear it 24-7 including in the shower. The silicon band is soft and flexible, not stiff and biting like some. There are many face backgrounds to choose from so you can go from sports to formal with a few clicks. I will note that you can only choose from two faces on the watch itself. If you want to choose others, you must do it from the phone app, which is easy. The remote camera shutter control for my phone works nicely. You can identify and accept or reject calls from the watch. However, be sure to note that you cannot use the watch to initiate, receive or talk on the phone or send text messages via the watch itself. That might be the only feature that would have been nice, but for the price I was willing to be without those features. All in all, it’s good quality and a good value. I would consider this a reputable brand if I were buying again.

  5. Jacob banks

    If your looking for a basic smartwatch then look no further than this watch here. Excellent battery I get at least close to a month of use out of it. I personally don’t use the tracking features but they all seem to respond well and are decently accurate.(with in a few points of accuracy) easy charge just a magnetic base charger. The mobile app Zepp is easy to use,install and is pretty user friendly. They have a ok selection of free watch faces. Comes with a standard 20mm band but if ur a bigger person I may recommend ordering a slightly larger band. Band is made from rubber. So if u are allergic be warned! Other than all that you HAVE got to try it your self!

  6. Hope

    Great service! delivery was actually early!If I wasn’t home and my package was outside for hours I don’t if I would be pleased. I do have a partially covered porch with a bench located under my oversized mailbox which the package would have fit in mailbox bench, choose to leave it near the top step in the rain.The watch is a gift I am very pleased so far.Easy to pair, set up, charging just shy of two hours.I feel it’s going to promote healthy choices.No text message notification only phone call, and then a list of social media apps you can get notification. Ie snap chat. For the value I think this will be great for what I needExtremely pleased with the speedy service,Delivery with theft being an issue, to place packages in the most secure yet delivery zone area.

  7. Tenere

    I ve used my garmin watch for many years and lost it recently but constantly annoyed by the fact I needed to charge it before I headed out for an activity and forget to do that. This watch has put up with notifications , tracking my activities via GPS use , music playing and weather updates. I’ve only just charged it once in the 2 weeks! The accuracy is excellent. Highly recommend.

  8. Becky

    Finally, a smart watch that just works, and isn’t overpriced. The Zepp App that pairs with this watch is good. There’s no premium paywall nonsense, the app is completely free and just works. Lots of good watch faces to choose from. There’s a lot of useful data in the Zepp app, although the PAI score seems targeted towards very active athletes more than your average consumer. Exercise tracking doesn’t seem to be automatically detected (:shrug: which is fine since the automatic activity detection feature of fitbit is hilariously inaccurate anyhow).Pros:- Heart rate tracking is decently accurate, with few misreadings (even when doing something with a lot of hand movement like playing beat saber).- The step counter is surprisingly good. It doesn’t count every hand movement like a fitbit does, resulting in a more realistic step count.- Sleep tracking detects apnea events with surprising accuracy compared to the sleep analysis of my cpap machine, even telling me the approximate time the events occurred and how many (feature is currently “Beta”).- Watch band connects to tracker with old-school 20mm quick connect pins.- magnetic charger holds well, doesn’t require any adjusting to line up pins.- Even with all the battery draining features cranked up, I still get 10 days out of a single charge.Cons:- Sleep stage tracking gives a very conservative estimate for REM sleep. (to be fair… sleep analysis based on heart rate is probably snake oil, but it checks a box on the feature list).- Watchband the Bip 3 Pro comes with is industry standard and cheap, but there are thousands of 20mm pin watch bands on the market.Brief Personal History with fitness trackers:Years ago I bought the original Fitbit Versa and that was a great smart watch. After a couple years I broke it accidentally and then upgraded to a versa 3. The versa 3 was an overpriced lemon, it had flakey software and hardware, and the proprietary connector for the watch band was garbage. A year later I bought a Charge 5 and it had horribly inaccurate heart rate monitoring, flakey software and its watch strap connection was also cheap plastic garbage. It had sync issues (all fitbits do) and would often require me to manually enter my sleep time to get a sleep analysis.After a half-year of dealing with the flaws of the charge 5 and Fitbits flakey software, I bought the Bip 3 Pro and it reminds me a lot of the original fitbit Versa 1, before fitbit was ruined by google. The only reason why I ever owned a fitbit was to do the work-week-hustle and weekend-warrior step competitions with friends/family, and because the step tracking on a fitbit is hilariously inaccurate (i.e. doing dishes for a half hour will give you 1000 steps because of hand movements), the step competitions give people the false impression they are getting lots of exercise, when they are really not. It would be funny if it weren’t so sad.Long story short, I’m glad I moved over to Amazfit/Zepp. So long as the app remains free and the trackers remain reasonably priced, I will stick with them. As for my charge 5, it broke when a hammer fell on it.

  9. Carly

    For the price it is a really awesome smartwatch, but I find it extremely uncomfortable to wear to sleep which makes the sleep tracking a bit pointless for me. The sleep tracking doesn’t seem to be that great either, as I know I’m terrible at sleeping since I have severe sleep apnea and for the times I did have it on when I tried to sleep it had readings of me being asleep when I know I was awake just scrolling on my phone or had woken up (and started awake for a while). Otherwise I find all the other functions pretty good, I like the pedometer, stress meter, text/app notifications (the fact that I can choose what apps notify me), and the battery life is really long even with more in depth/beta trackers that they warn are draining on. So overall I’m pleased with the watch despite the sleep tracking being a bit wanting.

  10. Jerome Lamar Dotson

    The same as others. Gave me a rash. Not sure why. Wore it and would wash and be fine for months then, maybe I wore it too long or something but there was an imprint and a bunch of dead skin where the watch was. Skin is returning to normal after a week or so. Like the watch a lot otherwise. Going to probably wait a bit and then see if only wearing it when I’m working out helps (though I do like not having to pick up my phone to check the time).

  11. Tenere

    Really like it, very light, easy connection, does what it says.

  12. Chris Simonton

    All good – except when I’m wearing a long sleeve shirt and /or jacket and I am tracking a walk with my dog, it stops the activity and I have to hit go again. My last 5 mile walk it happened 5 times. Sort of a pain to restart the workout each time. An inconvenience for sure. Heart rate not the most accurate either. Other than that , I love it!

  13. Dan

    So I got this watch/health tracker, so far it fulfills my expectations. I like that it can tell me who is texting me, and even read the message, without taking my phone out of my pocket. I was a little disappointed at the price. I checked out a device with similar features, and it was 40 bucks less. I’d like to use it for a while to see if it meets my needs.I think I would buy this watch again.

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Amazfit Bip 3 Pro

The Amazfit Bip 3 Pro: Track your health, enhance your workouts.

Highlights
Amazfit Bip 3 Pro: big screen, 50+ faces, water-resistant, health tracking, GPS, 18-day battery.
Pros

- Long battery life
- GPS tracking
- Affordable price

Cons

- Limited app selection
- No voice assistant
- No music storage

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$54.99

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// DESCRIPTION

The Amazfit Bip 3 Pro is a top-of-the-line smartwatch that offers a range of features to keep you connected, healthy, and active. The 2022 upgrade boasts a 1.69″ super-sized color screen that provides a clear and exquisite viewing experience. The sleek and lightweight design is packed with high-tech features like four satellite positioning systems, which provide faster and more accurate positioning than ever before. The powerful battery of the watch delivers up to 14 days of battery life, ensuring you can stay on the go without any worry.

With over 60+ sports modes and Target Pace functions, the Amazfit Bip 3 Pro is an excellent companion for those who enjoy being active and want to take their workout to the next level. The watch is designed with a water-resistant grade of 5 ATM, which means you can go swimming without any worry.

The Amazfit Bip 3 Pro also comes with an amazing health tracking system that can measure various health metrics such as blood-oxygen saturation, heart rate, stress levels, and sleep tracking. With this data, you can take control of your health and make informed decisions to stay fit and healthy.

// MEDIA GALLERY

// FEATURES

  • 1.69" supersize HD display
  • 50+ customizable watch faces
  • Water-resistant up to 50m
  • Blood oxygen and heart rate monitor
  • GPS and 60+ sports modes
  • 18-day battery life
  • IP68 water resistance
  • Sleek and lightweight design
  • NFC payments and voice assistant
  • // Q & A

    how do i get it to show notifications on samsung? the instructions are either outdated or dont apply to my device. i have a samsung galaxy z fold 4

    On the Zepp App --> Profile --> Bip 3 Pro --> Notifications and Reminders --> Incoming SMS or App Alerts depending on which Notifications you are trying to receive on the watch

    I set all-day heart 1 minute, but the app only shows 5-minute intervals. is there another setting that i need to get 1-minute intervals?

    On the Zepp App --> Profile --> Bip 3 Pro --> Health Monitoring --> Change to 1 minute ,

    I lost my charger are there any replacements?

    The watch is branded. No doubts about finding one. Contact the manufacturer or look for it or a similar one through Internet. No idea about the price.

    Can you respond to texts and phone calls ?? I have an iPhone

    No unfortunately you are not able to respond to texts or phone calls on the Bip 3 Pro. You are able to receive notifications for them.

    The watch shows ecg but i cannot figure out how to get that set up on my watch?

    Hi there , yes , press the side button --> Heart rate --> it measure and show egg , and for a whole day summary you can see the Zepp app. Kieron | Amazfit Support


    // SPECS

    Product Dimensions1.73 x 1.43 x 0.37 inches
    Item Weight1.17 ounces
    Item model numberA2171-Black
    Batteries1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
    Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
    Date First Available2022, June 15
    Departmentunisex adult
    ManufacturerAmazfit
    Country of OriginChina
    Department: Unisex adult
    Origin Country: China
    Model #: A2171-Black
    Amazfit Bip 3 Pro
    released on June 15, 2022

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    Amazfit Bip 3 Pro is a feature-packed fitness tracker that tracks your daily activities, heart rate, calorie burn, and sleep quality. Its sleek and lightweight design makes it comfortable to wear all day long. With a battery life of up to 18 days, you can stay connected and track your fitness goals without interruptions. The watch also comes with GPS tracking, NFC payments, and voice assistant for added convenience. The Amazfit Bip 3 Pro is a great option for anyone looking for an affordable fitness tracker with advanced features.

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