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3 Reviews for Fitbit Sense 2

  1. OMRAN ABURAYYA

    Original review: Well… This is an early review. Can’t judge the durability of the sense2 yet.Out of the box, i turned it on, Setup was quite smooth, paired with the phone (Android) & received a software update directly. The screen has good punchy colors. The HR monitoring seems to be accurate on the normal levels (compared the reading with a BP device reading). I’m yet to try it during exercise. ECG worked well.Some people here mentioned something about it being sluggish. I have experienced that when i swipe up to scroll down the notifications. However, swiping between tiles is smooth and snappy. Also, the watch did suddenly freeze and rebooted without a reason, once! As for the GPS, seemed that it catched the signal quickly and tried it for a short walk and the track was accurate.Alexa functions well, and the speaker is just ok.As For texting and notifications, you’ll receive it properly and you can send short replies that are preloaded (like: yes, no, I’m busy… etc), emojis or a voice message that is transcribed into text.Overall, I’m satisfied with the purchase until now, but bear in mind this unit I’ve got during the deep discount below $90. So, honestly, this is a good fitness tracker for that price range. But in my opinion, it definitely isn’t worth that MSRP at $299 .. I’d say this goes fairly between $90 -$120 .. I don’t think I’ll pay more for that.You can’t install third party apps as of yet, you can’t control music or anything else. Watch faces on the app aren’t that much interesting. (You can’t change watch faces from the watch, you need to use the app for that, which is quite inconvenient).For battery life, I can’t comment on that. I’ll update when I see a definite pattern. But it looks like something that will live for about 4-5 days with moderate usage.Fitbit pay was easy to setup. Google wallet and other google stuff are promised to be added in future updates, we’ll see.Sleep monitoring is yet to be tested. But I’ve seen on YouTube that this is a good sleep tracker, I’ll be testing that.Update1:The HR monitoring is ridiculously off the charts during exercise… Did weight lifting and some HIT .. and it didn’t perform well.. My Huawei band 6 was far more accurate, wore both …If you want a fitness tracker for heart rate monitoring, look elsewhere. Plenty of bands that are actually fraction of the price and do way better in monitoring HR.Updated with another exercise session, see picture. After 40 minutes of heavy exercise weight lifting and running, pushups etc. The BP device reading 158 while the sense2 could read 77 … Mind you, during the whole exercise it was ‘below zone” while i know very well my heart was beating twice as the sense2 is “sensing” … At rest it monitors quite accurately, but whenever you do an exercise you’ll definitely notice it doesn’t catch even a close reading to your actual Heart Rate.• Update 2:Received the new update, now the device supports on-wrist calls, but i noticed that there’s significant lag between when the phone rings and when the watch receives the call which is quite disappointing. Also, you can turn off display when you cover it with your palm! which is a gimmick for me but ok. Google wallet and maps are yet to be added.For fairness, The new update seems like it managed to fix the accuracy of HR tracking during exercise (not sure if it’s gonna be sustainable), see Fitbit app screenshot.• As for the battery, i believe it will at Max serve you for 3 and half days. I haven’t used the GPS, always on display is off during sleep and motion to turn on the screen was also off whole days, I kept other functions on.. So, with moderate usage I think this can barely go on 4 days on full charge.• Notification texts in Arabic are displayed in some weird shapes and letters that are not Arabic, so you can’t read any text notification in Arabic.. maybe this can be fixed in future updates.• Update 3:Now google wallet and maps are downloadable on the watch – go to the apps section on the Fitbit app and you can download them.• Main complaint, is, again, inaccurate & inconsistent HR monitoring during exercise, in one session it gets it quite accurate, on another occasion it does not. I even tried to tighten it further more on my wrist to see if this gonna make a difference, but it did not. For a 40 minute of HIT and weight lifting, it almost kept giving me a HR below 100 .. while I’m sure my HR was at least above 140. It seems like while at rest, it catches the HR accurately, but at peaks and cardio levels it is way very inconsistent. Other functions are as advertised and no complaints.• Final Verdict, after about two months of usage, I’ll take three stars ⭐⭐⭐ one for the inconsistent HR monitoring, one for the unreasonable MSRP and third for the limited functionalities of the app and the watch. It is more of a fitness tracker than a smart watch, but since HR monitoring is not consistently accurate, this takes a large chunk of this device even being useful as a fitness tracker…• All in all, this is more of a fitness tracker than a smart watch with inconsistent HR monitoring . So, fair price in my opinion is $100-$120 max. I honestly would never pay more for that, especially the Fitbit premium feature in the app Will require a subscription after 6 months.That’s all… Hope this helps..

  2. OMRAN ABURAYYA

    Original review: Well… This is an early review. Can’t judge the durability of the sense2 yet.Out of the box, i turned it on, Setup was quite smooth, paired with the phone (Android) & received a software update directly. The screen has good punchy colors. The HR monitoring seems to be accurate on the normal levels (compared the reading with a BP device reading). I’m yet to try it during exercise. ECG worked well.Some people here mentioned something about it being sluggish. I have experienced that when i swipe up to scroll down the notifications. However, swiping between tiles is smooth and snappy. Also, the watch did suddenly freeze and rebooted without a reason, once! As for the GPS, seemed that it catched the signal quickly and tried it for a short walk and the track was accurate.Alexa functions well, and the speaker is just ok.As For texting and notifications, you’ll receive it properly and you can send short replies that are preloaded (like: yes, no, I’m busy… etc), emojis or a voice message that is transcribed into text.Overall, I’m satisfied with the purchase until now, but bear in mind this unit I’ve got during the deep discount below $90. So, honestly, this is a good fitness tracker for that price range. But in my opinion, it definitely isn’t worth that MSRP at $299 .. I’d say this goes fairly between $90 -$120 .. I don’t think I’ll pay more for that.You can’t install third party apps as of yet, you can’t control music or anything else. Watch faces on the app aren’t that much interesting. (You can’t change watch faces from the watch, you need to use the app for that, which is quite inconvenient).For battery life, I can’t comment on that. I’ll update when I see a definite pattern. But it looks like something that will live for about 4-5 days with moderate usage.Fitbit pay was easy to setup. Google wallet and other google stuff are promised to be added in future updates, we’ll see.Sleep monitoring is yet to be tested. But I’ve seen on YouTube that this is a good sleep tracker, I’ll be testing that.Update1:The HR monitoring is ridiculously off the charts during exercise… Did weight lifting and some HIT .. and it didn’t perform well.. My Huawei band 6 was far more accurate, wore both …If you want a fitness tracker for heart rate monitoring, look elsewhere. Plenty of bands that are actually fraction of the price and do way better in monitoring HR.Updated with another exercise session, see picture. After 40 minutes of heavy exercise weight lifting and running, pushups etc. The BP device reading 158 while the sense2 could read 77 … Mind you, during the whole exercise it was ‘below zone” while i know very well my heart was beating twice as the sense2 is “sensing” … At rest it monitors quite accurately, but whenever you do an exercise you’ll definitely notice it doesn’t catch even a close reading to your actual Heart Rate.• Update 2:Received the new update, now the device supports on-wrist calls, but i noticed that there’s significant lag between when the phone rings and when the watch receives the call which is quite disappointing. Also, you can turn off display when you cover it with your palm! which is a gimmick for me but ok. Google wallet and maps are yet to be added.For fairness, The new update seems like it managed to fix the accuracy of HR tracking during exercise (not sure if it’s gonna be sustainable), see Fitbit app screenshot.• As for the battery, i believe it will at Max serve you for 3 and half days. I haven’t used the GPS, always on display is off during sleep and motion to turn on the screen was also off whole days, I kept other functions on.. So, with moderate usage I think this can barely go on 4 days on full charge.• Notification texts in Arabic are displayed in some weird shapes and letters that are not Arabic, so you can’t read any text notification in Arabic.. maybe this can be fixed in future updates.• Update 3:Now google wallet and maps are downloadable on the watch – go to the apps section on the Fitbit app and you can download them.• Main complaint, is, again, inaccurate & inconsistent HR monitoring during exercise, in one session it gets it quite accurate, on another occasion it does not. I even tried to tighten it further more on my wrist to see if this gonna make a difference, but it did not. For a 40 minute of HIT and weight lifting, it almost kept giving me a HR below 100 .. while I’m sure my HR was at least above 140. It seems like while at rest, it catches the HR accurately, but at peaks and cardio levels it is way very inconsistent. Other functions are as advertised and no complaints.• Final Verdict, after about two months of usage, I’ll take three stars ??? one for the inconsistent HR monitoring, one for the unreasonable MSRP and third for the limited functionalities of the app and the watch. It is more of a fitness tracker than a smart watch, but since HR monitoring is not consistently accurate, this takes a large chunk of this device even being useful as a fitness tracker…• All in all, this is more of a fitness tracker than a smart watch with inconsistent HR monitoring . So, fair price in my opinion is $100-$120 max. I honestly would never pay more for that, especially the Fitbit premium feature in the app Will require a subscription after 6 months.That’s all… Hope this helps..

  3. Akira T.

    Above all, this is a lightweight and comfortable smartwatch. I own the Galaxy Active 4 LTE and it is not comfortable. I couldn’t begin to wear it all day yet alone sleep in it. I tried: Pixel smartwatch, not comfortable so I assume round doesn’t work for me. Then I found Fitbit. First Luxe – which is elegant but way too small to read anything. Then Charge 5 which is also nice but I really wanted to be able to answer calls and have Amazon Alexa. So I just tried the Sense 2. So impressive. First, the Fitbit Mobile App is really good. Very accurate steps. Great sleep tracking. Answering calls is a breeze and I can hear speaker. Asking Alexa is very simple. At night, you swipe up and touch sleep mode and it goes nite nite. Doesn’t turn on unless you tap screen. I have size 6 wrist and slim forearms. I’m a senior female. This is a lovely watch and I highly recommend it.

  4. C Wagner

    I purchased the Sense 2 to replace my Sense. Overall I am happy with it. It tracks sleep, activity, heart rate, steps climbed, stress,, and you can track food in the app. It doesn’t have some of the abilities that the sense did such as music storage but it does still have all the features I use and they work well for me. The ECG feature works well but there is no shortcut for it making it difficult to find when you want to use it. I feel like the price is a bit high as well considering that it doesn’t carry all the features of many smart watches in that price range but I stayed with fitbit because I like the fitbit app so well. I’ve only been using it for a few weeks but so far I am happy with it.

  5. OMRAN ABURAYYA

    The ekg function on this watch is very disapointing. When having heart palpitations the EKG on the watch just says inconclusive. If you’re buying this watch for the EKG function like I did, do not expect to be impressed with the results. Other than that its a nice watch.You can print off the EKG though which is a cool feature but it doesn’t tell you what the rythm is at the time that it is happening at. Since you can print off a pretty accurate EKG I will upgrade my review to 4 stars.

  6. OMRAN ABURAYYA

    The ekg function on this watch is very disapointing. When having heart palpitations the EKG on the watch just says inconclusive. If you’re buying this watch for the EKG function like I did, do not expect to be impressed with the results. Other than that its a nice watch.You can print off the EKG though which is a cool feature but it doesn’t tell you what the rythm is at the time that it is happening at. Since you can print off a pretty accurate EKG I will upgrade my review to 4 stars.

  7. Shawn O.

    Bought as fitness tracker. Keep getting a message every few minutes to Tap to Pay. Lots of people on Fitbit forums with the same problem. Also the ECG is very hard to get to read. I usually have to attempt the test several times to get a result. Also only displays oxygen readings for sleeping hours. The watch has good points but it is not “all good”.

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Fitbit Sense 2

Fitbit Sense 2 helps manage stress, heart health, sleep, and fitness.

Highlights
Fitbit Sense 2: advanced smartwatch with stress detection, ECG, GPS, and Bluetooth capabilities.
Pros

- Health Tracking
- Smartwatch Features
- Stress Management

Cons

- Expensive
- Battery Life
- Limited App Selection

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// DESCRIPTION

The Fitbit Sense 2 is an innovative health and fitness smartwatch designed to help users manage stress, improve sleep quality, and live a healthier lifestyle. This powerful watch is packed with features to help users stay on top of their health and fitness goals.

The Sense 2 features all-day stress detection with cEDA and daily Stress Management Score, personalized sleep profiles and SpO2 monitoring, and an ECG app for atrial fibrillation assessment and irregular heart rhythm notifications. Additionally, the health metrics dashboard provides a comprehensive overview of users’ health metrics to help them make informed decisions about their health.

This smartwatch also includes built-in GPS and workout intensity map, daily readiness score, Active Zone minutes, water resistance up to 50 meters, and 24/7 heart rate monitoring. It is also capable of Bluetooth calls, texts, and phone notifications, customizable clock faces, and even has Fitbit Pay for easy financial transactions.

Purchasing the Sense 2 comes with a 6-month Fitbit Premium membership, which includes personalized insights, advanced analytics, and guided programs to help users make the most of their health journey.

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// FEATURES

  • Advanced health and fitness smartwatch
  • All-day stress detection and management
  • ECG app for atrial fibrillation assessment
  • Irregular heart rhythm notifications
  • Measures sleep quality with personalized Sleep Profile
  • Built-in GPS and workout intensity map
  • On-wrist Bluetooth calls, texts, and phone notifications
  • Customizable clock faces and Fitbit Pay
  • 6-month Premium membership included
  • Water-resistant design and 6+ day battery life
  • // SPECS

    Product Dimensions1.57 x 0.47 x 1.57 inches, 7.04 Ounces
    Batteries1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
    Date First Available2022, September 23
    ManufacturerFitbit Inc
    Country of OriginChina
    Fitbit Sense 2
    released on September 23, 2022

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