• Huawei Fit
  • Huawei Fit
  • Huawei Fit
  • Huawei Fit
  • Huawei Fit
  • Huawei Fit

The Huawei Fit is a far more convincing fitness band than the Chinese company’s previous effort – even at twice the price.

- NathanS , Alphr 

If you want to receive all your smartphone notifications on your wrist along with fitness- tracking features in an attractive, simple package, the Huawei Fit is worth considering.

- Althea Chang , Tom's Guide 

Specs / Features


Personal training experience: customize your running plan with FirstBeat, receive real-time running guidance, and analyze the effects of your training | Heart rate monitoring: single measurements, all-day periodic background measurement, and real-time heart rate monitoring during workout | Multi-sport modes and 5ATM water-resistance: supports multiple forms of exercise, including walking, running, cycling, and treadmill. | Daily activity tracking: tracks and monitors daily activity information, including step count, calories burned, and distance covered; automatically detects your sleeping Sta... More

Personal training experience: customize your running plan with FirstBeat, receive real-time running guidance, and analyze the effects of your training | Heart rate monitoring: single measurements, all-day periodic background measurement, and real-time heart rate monitoring during workout | Multi-sport modes and 5ATM water-resistance: supports multiple forms of exercise, including walking, running, cycling, and treadmill. | Daily activity tracking: tracks and monitors daily activity information, including step count, calories burned, and distance covered; automatically detects your sleeping State and gathers statistics. | Smart notifications: incoming call notifications, message notifications, smart alarms, and inactivity reminders

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Specification

Specification
Brand Huawei
Model HUAWEI FIT SB
Warranty 12 months
Size 24 x 4 cm (9.5 x 1.6 in)

Reviews (6.8/10 Avg. rating)


Activity and sleep tracking, traditional watch design

from TrustedReviews

The Huawei Fit is a by-the-numbers fitness tracker that only just treads water in a sea of rivals.

The Huawei Fit is a by-the-numbers fitness tracker that only just treads water in a sea of rivals.

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A fitness watch you’ll want to run away from

from Pocket-lint

If you're looking to get active, and, more importantly, stay active in 2017 and beyond, the Huawei Fit probably isn't the fitness watch you're after. Yes, it looks great and the battery life lasts an age, but that's not enough to compensate for its disappointing step, run and heart-rate accu... More

If you're looking to get active, and, more importantly, stay active in 2017 and beyond, the Huawei Fit probably isn't the fitness watch you're after. Yes, it looks great and the battery life lasts an age, but that's not enough to compensate for its disappointing step, run and heart-rate accuracy.

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A very likeable fitness tracker

from Alphr

The Huawei Fit is an extremely likeable wearable. Huawei’s decision to embrace fitness rather than generic smart functions is a good one, and this is a decent alternative to the likes of Fitbit, Garmin and TomTom. It’s a shame that the price has had to increase to match the funct... More

The Huawei Fit is an extremely likeable wearable. Huawei’s decision to embrace fitness rather than generic smart functions is a good one, and this is a decent alternative to the likes of Fitbit, Garmin and TomTom. It’s a shame that the price has had to increase to match the functionality, though.

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A good affordable fitness tracker with heart rate detection

from Chip Chick

The Huawei Fit combines terrific physical design with a clunky, sometimes unresponsive user interface that lacks a couple key fitness tracker features. With wearables really struggling in the marketplace, it’s become clear that to be successful, a wearable needs to make it possible to leave... More

The Huawei Fit combines terrific physical design with a clunky, sometimes unresponsive user interface that lacks a couple key fitness tracker features. With wearables really struggling in the marketplace, it’s become clear that to be successful, a wearable needs to make it possible to leave the phone at home. For fitness trackers, that means having GPS. That’s why runners looking for fitness wearables have flocked to Fitbit and Garmin, the latter of which was the only smartwatch maker that saw remarkable sales growth in the past year. Without it, a phone is necessary to track routes, and phones can be good enough fitness trackers on their own — if you have to have your phone with you anyway, there’s no compelling reason to also have a fitness tracker.

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A smartwatch aimed at fitness

from Android Authority

The Huawei Fit is a very competent fitness tracker. It may not have the best companion app on the market, but it has the hardware down. With a nice display, amazing battery life, and a comfortable design, it’s definitely a winner in my book.

The Huawei Fit is a very competent fitness tracker. It may not have the best companion app on the market, but it has the hardware down. With a nice display, amazing battery life, and a comfortable design, it’s definitely a winner in my book.

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A weak pulse

from Android Community

In terms of fitness features, the Fit lacks automatic sensing, but you can manually begin a workout, which is tracked in kind, or work with the Huawei Wear app to build a rudimentary training plan. Again, you're not getting nearly as much functionality as the average app from Fitbit... More

In terms of fitness features, the Fit lacks automatic sensing, but you can manually begin a workout, which is tracked in kind, or work with the Huawei Wear app to build a rudimentary training plan. Again, you're not getting nearly as much functionality as the average app from Fitbit, Garmin, TomTom or Under Armour, but you do get a fine, basic experience.

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A promising first step into fitness wearables for the Chinese company

from Talk Android

Overall, I have been very pleased with the Huawei Fit so far. It’s minimal and lightweight enough for me to easily continue wearing it, despite the fact that I’ve never really been a fan of anything on my wrists. The activity and sleep tracking is very detailed and something I find my... More

Overall, I have been very pleased with the Huawei Fit so far. It’s minimal and lightweight enough for me to easily continue wearing it, despite the fact that I’ve never really been a fan of anything on my wrists. The activity and sleep tracking is very detailed and something I find myself checking several times throughout the day and actually enjoying seeing how it changes from day to day.

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Budget smartwatch meets fitness tracker

from Tom's Guide

If you want smartphone notifications and a fitness tracker in a simple package without a hefty price tag, the Huawei Fit is a good option. However, those who want a fitness tracker to automatically detect a variety of activities would be better served by the comparably priced Fitbit Charge 2.More

If you want smartphone notifications and a fitness tracker in a simple package without a hefty price tag, the Huawei Fit is a good option. However, those who want a fitness tracker to automatically detect a variety of activities would be better served by the comparably priced Fitbit Charge 2.
$129.99 Best Buy

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A stylish design isn't enough

from Cnet

The Huawei Fit isn't a bad device, but it doesn't have its own identity. Is this a workout watch? I'm not sure. The lack of built-in GPS makes me say no. It is, however, a fully capable fitness tracker with some nice smart features.

The Huawei Fit isn't a bad device, but it doesn't have its own identity. Is this a workout watch? I'm not sure. The lack of built-in GPS makes me say no. It is, however, a fully capable fitness tracker with some nice smart features.

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Better than a TalkBand, but only on-par with competitors

from Ars Technica

The Huawei Fit is a solid device from a company that has been relatively quiet about fitness trackers. Its TalkBand devices were a weird combination of Bluetooth earpiece and activity tracker, and the concept wasn't really executed well. But with the Fit, Huawei clearly took notice of what compet... More

The Huawei Fit is a solid device from a company that has been relatively quiet about fitness trackers. Its TalkBand devices were a weird combination of Bluetooth earpiece and activity tracker, and the concept wasn't really executed well. But with the Fit, Huawei clearly took notice of what competing companies are doing and what users need in a wrist-bound fitness tracker. And for $130, it's affordable enough that it could convert some users who want an accurate heart rate monitor in a well-designed yet simple device. Check out the full video review above for more details on the Huawei Fit.

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