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2 Reviews for BrilliantHouse Fitness Tracker

  1. Mario

    got my wife a smart watch worth 5 times more than this one, she was happy with it and encouraged me to get one as well, i noticed this one takes the temperature beside the heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen saturation, and all the other pretty standard functions including step counting, and sleep tracking, so went for it, had a question early on, contacted the seller, super responsive, heard back within a day, and it was a real person who actually resolved my question instead of an automated reply, so kudos to customer service, i charged the watch once fully and waited to write a review until it ran out, impressive 3 weeks and half, that’s with daily wearing, and at least once a day checking my temperature, heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen concentration, i know smart watches are not medical devices, no expectation of medical degree accuracy, and i don’t have any chronic conditions to challenge the tracker, from my first month/daily experience, very rarely i would get a crazy value, it has only happened with heart rate, as if i’m tachycardic when i’m not, i measure it again, i get a normal number, i believe the temp is probably the most useful feature for me, in case i feel warm and think i have a fever, want to comment on the 1 button easy operation, it’s not really a button, but like a small rectangular area below the screen which has a really good resolution, my son has a toy smart watch with a bunch of games but low resolution, so a high resolution screen is good! short press the rectangle, the watch takes you from one screen/function to another, it automatically measures my heart rate when i leave the screen on that function for longer than a second or two, and for screens with additional functions, like the screen that says “more”, you long press on the rectangle to access the additional function, also long press to back out or exit, unlike my son’s toy watch, this one can be turned off completely, the band feels soft and fine crafted, definitively not cheap plastic or rubber, my wife’s watch uses a magnet charger on the back, i was apprehensive about this one’s plug in charging that it might become loose after a number of charges, but judging by the battery’s longevity and the quality bands, don’t think i need to worry about it, the other thing i have liked it’s the app, pretty clean and also straightforward, i can turn on and off functions on the app when i synch the watch to phone, i like to keep it minimalistic, there is a function i haven’t seen on other smart watches which is named “women’s health”, once you input some data, it suppose to track where you are in your cycle, i’m a guy, cannot tell what it does, as connection and reconnection between watch and phone, for me it has been reliable, of course i do need to have the bluetooth on the phone, the app also requires me to have the location on, when the location is off, the app won’t connect with the watch, otherwise, the watch seems to function entirely on its own once i set it up with the app out of the box, i’m still impressed by how many things this high tech bracelet-app pair can do, even though for my daily use, i got all the functions i’m interested on the watch, time, date, notification (call/text), vital signs, and more (step counting, reminders, calories burn…), in summary, great tracker/bracelet/smart watch with awesome battery power, well made, informative app, useful function, the best customer service, and stuff i haven’t seen in other and older models such as temp and women’s health, highly recommended, i have like it so much that i have bought screen protectors for it, one more thing, i fish, so i has also survived good couple of raining days no problem!

  2. Captain Thomas Anderson

    I am using the tracker for a few days now. The package was small, slim, and easy to handle. I bought a few cheap trackers over the years, and the weight of this one gave me a sense of quality. Just like a Samsung phone has a certain weight compared to an Obamaphone. The overall blackness of the band is very satisfying all around. The adjustable bracelet is very generous and you could probably fit a medium dog’s neck. It’s a guess, I don’t have dogs. I have small wrists and there are 4 or 5 holes left.The app, or weirdly, the apps… are 2? There is RunMeFit and RunMiFit, from the same company. Now, the ME one is crap forget about it, while the MI one mostly works just fine. I actually like it a lot. The home screen has big fat rectangles with the vital and its graph. Clean, customizable, simple. The device paired in a couple of clicks and you can customize the clock face! You can snap a picture or take it from the gallery and put it as the background, and there are a bunch of templates for the clock, I picked the simple big 2 lines clock, white on black. I didn’t try the sport modes because they usually work fine across the board.There are some cons, which hopefully will be addressed at some point. There is no dark theme, the app is bright white and it burns my eyes. The Google Fit integration is there, but it doesn’t seem to work, after 3 days there is no trace of any data whatsoever. I cleared data, reinstalled the app and went through the setup all over again, nothing. I got a smart scale too a couple of weeks ago, and that one works flawlessly, turned on, paired, clicked on my G account, and it started pumping data into Google Fit… so… it’s not me. This is almost a disservice. I will try to contact them to point this out.The tracker itself is fairly comfortable. I slept a couple of nights with it, with tight grip, and it didn’t bother me at all. But take it with a grain of salt, nothing really bothers me at night because of… the herbs… you know. As I mentioned before, the finish is quite appealing, it doesn’t look bulky, just a nice accessory on my manly arm.The screen IS NOT OLED. It’s a good screen, clear and colorful, but you can see that the whole rectangle, with black background, is lit, and it’s unusable under California’s majestic sunshine.The readings are consistent. I care more about that than anything else. My goal is to improve, so even if the gadget is a bit off, my goal is to have the numbers move in the right direction. Also, a spike in temperature means fever no matter what the actual number is so the tracker will give me useful health data anyway. For $20, the measurements seem about right.The single button operation is a nightmare no matter what and I never use it regularly. It’s touchy and just like all the others, will trip itself here and there, I imagine it will go nuts like all the others in the shower. I learned to charge them while showering, that’s a good tip for you.I hate touch buttons with all my heart. I have expensive earbuds with touch, and cheap AF clicky earbuds, the regular buttons are so much better and flawless. Why do they do that? It’s 100% reliable, while the touch is horrible and I guess more expensive. A fine lil to none clicky button would be beautiful, it gives you feedback, it better interacts with your senses, and it doesn’t misfire. Some time ago I was wandering, with the herbs, you know, having a good time and nature touched me, a soft leaf from a tree, surrounded by rays of light, came out of the breeze to kiss me and gently caressed my ear and the freaking music stopped and it ruined everything and Alexa popped up, and she picks up on my ramblings about it, and she starts rambling about nonsense she googled… I hate touch buttons.The lift to wake is understandably unreliable. It will not work when needed, here and there, it will lit up and bother you while finding a comfortable position to sleep.No!!! I bought it and THEN they put it on sale! It’s so tempting to send this one back and buy it cheaper muahaha. But how about you, developer, claim that five dollars, have a beer on me, and fix the G Fit problem? CheersOverall, I am happy about it, and most of the cons are about things to be improved more than missing. Of all the trackers I had, this is the most complete, customizable, and easy to use. It’s a 4/5 stars tracker, but while Google Fit integration doesn’t work it’s 1 star.

  3. Captain Thomas Anderson

    I am using the tracker for a few days now. The package was small, slim, and easy to handle. I bought a few cheap trackers over the years, and the weight of this one gave me a sense of quality. Just like a Samsung phone has a certain weight compared to an Obamaphone. The overall blackness of the band is very satisfying all around. The adjustable bracelet is very generous and you could probably fit a medium dog’s neck. It’s a guess, I don’t have dogs. I have small wrists and there are 4 or 5 holes left.The app, or weirdly, the apps… are 2? There is RunMeFit and RunMiFit, from the same company. Now, the ME one is crap forget about it, while the MI one mostly works just fine. I actually like it a lot. The home screen has big fat rectangles with the vital and its graph. Clean, customizable, simple. The device paired in a couple of clicks and you can customize the clock face! You can snap a picture or take it from the gallery and put it as the background, and there are a bunch of templates for the clock, I picked the simple big 2 lines clock, white on black. I didn’t try the sport modes because they usually work fine across the board.There are some cons, which hopefully will be addressed at some point. There is no dark theme, the app is bright white and it burns my eyes. The Google Fit integration is there, but it doesn’t seem to work, after 3 days there is no trace of any data whatsoever. I cleared data, reinstalled the app and went through the setup all over again, nothing. I got a smart scale too a couple of weeks ago, and that one works flawlessly, turned on, paired, clicked on my G account, and it started pumping data into Google Fit… so… it’s not me. This is almost a disservice. I will try to contact them to point this out.The tracker itself is fairly comfortable. I slept a couple of nights with it, with tight grip, and it didn’t bother me at all. But take it with a grain of salt, nothing really bothers me at night because of… the herbs… you know. As I mentioned before, the finish is quite appealing, it doesn’t look bulky, just a nice accessory on my manly arm.The screen IS NOT OLED. It’s a good screen, clear and colorful, but you can see that the whole rectangle, with black background, is lit, and it’s unusable under California’s majestic sunshine.The readings are consistent. I care more about that than anything else. My goal is to improve, so even if the gadget is a bit off, my goal is to have the numbers move in the right direction. Also, a spike in temperature means fever no matter what the actual number is so the tracker will give me useful health data anyway. For $20, the measurements seem about right.The single button operation is a nightmare no matter what and I never use it regularly. It’s touchy and just like all the others, will trip itself here and there, I imagine it will go nuts like all the others in the shower. I learned to charge them while showering, that’s a good tip for you.I hate touch buttons with all my heart. I have expensive earbuds with touch, and cheap AF clicky earbuds, the regular buttons are so much better and flawless. Why do they do that? It’s 100% reliable, while the touch is horrible and I guess more expensive. A fine lil to none clicky button would be beautiful, it gives you feedback, it better interacts with your senses, and it doesn’t misfire. Some time ago I was wandering, with the herbs, you know, having a good time and nature touched me, a soft leaf from a tree, surrounded by rays of light, came out of the breeze to kiss me and gently caressed my ear and the freaking music stopped and it ruined everything and Alexa popped up, and she picks up on my ramblings about it, and she starts rambling about nonsense she googled… I hate touch buttons.The lift to wake is understandably unreliable. It will not work when needed, here and there, it will lit up and bother you while finding a comfortable position to sleep.No!!! I bought it and THEN they put it on sale! It’s so tempting to send this one back and buy it cheaper muahaha. But how about you, developer, claim that five dollars, have a beer on me, and fix the G Fit problem? CheersOverall, I am happy about it, and most of the cons are about things to be improved more than missing. Of all the trackers I had, this is the most complete, customizable, and easy to use. It’s a 4/5 stars tracker, but while Google Fit integration doesn’t work it’s 1 star.

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BrilliantHouse Fitness Tracker

BrilliantHouse Fitness Tracker improves health in style.

Highlights
BrilliantHouse Fitness Tracker: Heart rate, sports tracking, and message notifications. Waterproof and USB plug.
Pros

- Accurate tracking
- Sleek design
- Affordable price

Cons

- Limited battery life
- No GPS

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$19.99

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// DESCRIPTION

The BrilliantHouse Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate Blood Pressure Blood Oxygen Sleep & Temperature Monitor Activity Tracker Smart Watch Pedometer for Kids Man Women is an innovative and stylish product that helps users keep track of their health and fitness goals. This fitness tracker is an excellent choice for anyone looking to improve their overall wellness.

One of the special strengths of the BrilliantHouse electronic product is its customized design of the box and laser logo, which gives it a fashionable sense of the future. Additionally, the online instruction video and revision operation manual eliminate any confusion from a disorderly guidebook. With one-on-one support and 24/7 online email, the company offers support to customers who experience issues with their device, and they can even get their money back without needing to return the product.

The BrilliantHouse Fitness Tracker is compatible with iOS 9.0 and Android 4.4 above, with Bluetooth 5.0. It also comes with an updated version with IP68 Level Waterproof, which can prevent dust and water. The watch has an OLED 0.96 Inch Screen, Call Alert, Alarm Alert, SNS Alert, SMS Alert, and Remote Camera Shooting, among other features.

Key features of the BrilliantHouse Fitness Tracker include heart rate, blood pressure, blood oxygen, and body temperature monitoring, as well as sleep monitoring, drinking water reminders, and a female health assistant. It also has 17 sports modes for specific activities and can display calls and messages on the wrist.

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// FEATURES

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  • Heart Rate & Blood Pressure & Blood Oxygen Monitoring
  • Body Temperature Monitoring
  • Sleep Monitoring
  • Drinking Water Reminder
  • Female Health Assistant
  • 17 Sports Modes
  • See Calls & Important Messages on your Wrist
  • Custom Watch Face
  • Data Sharing with Google Fit and Apple Health
  • Activity Tracking Sports Tracking
  • Real-time Heart Rate and Blood Pressure Tracking
  • Receive Calls, Calendar, SMS, and SNS Notifications
  • Built-in USB Plug and Waterproof
  • Custom Design of Box and Laser Logo
  • Online Instruction Video and Revision Operation Manual
  • 24/7 One-on-One Support
  • Track Progress Over Time
  • // SPECS

    Item Package Dimensions L x W x H‎5.67 x 3.39 x 0.71 inches
    Package Weight‎0.05 Kilograms
    Item Dimensions LxWxH‎0.43 x 2.17 x 3.15 inches
    Item Weight‎0.05 Pounds
    Brand NameBrilliantHouse
    Warranty Description‎ZY-CY-CCC-FG-RT-CY-CCC
    Model Name‎S5
    ColorBlack
    MaterialZY-CY-CCC-FG-RT-CY-CCC
    ManufacturerBrilliantHouse
    Part NumberMM3-S5
    StyleAccuracy, High quality, Intellegence, Modern, Portable
    Included Components‎Smart watch x 1, Box x 1, Important tips x 1, Instruction x1, Watch band x 2
    SizeM
    Sport TypeAll the kind of sports
    BrilliantHouse Fitness Tracker
    released on April 26, 2020

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    The BrilliantHouse Fitness Tracker keeps track of your steps, distance, calories burned, and heart rate. It has a sleek and stylish design with a comfortable silicone strap. The device also enables you to monitor your sleep patterns and set reminders for activity. Additionally, you can sync the data with your smartphone to track progress over time.

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