Fitbit Ionic

7.4/10 AVG.
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  • Fitbit Ionic
  • Fitbit Ionic
  • Fitbit Ionic
  • Fitbit Ionic

If you don't care about smartwatch features and are looking for a high-end Fitbit device, buy the Ionic.

- Jimmy Westenberg , Android Authority 

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Brand Fitbit
Model FB503GYBK-EU
Warranty 12 months
Release date 1-October-2017

Reviews (7.4/10 Avg. rating)


G Style Magazine

A smartwatch which is terrific at tracking but not the best at being “smart”

from G Style Magazine

If you are a heavy Fitbit user, then you will fit right home with the Ionic or want pretty accurate statistics. But if you are trying to use for more of its smartwatch features I’d say give it some time for Fitbit to beef up that department.

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If you are a heavy Fitbit user, then you will fit right home with the Ionic or want pretty accurate statistics. But if you are trying to use for more of its smartwatch features I’d say give it some time for Fitbit to beef up that department.

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Wareable

Solid sports tracking

from Wareable

The Ionic represents the best of Fitbit, it's just a shame we're being made to wait for the complete smartwatch experience.

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The Ionic represents the best of Fitbit, it's just a shame we're being made to wait for the complete smartwatch experience.

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Android Police

Not the smartest smartwatch

from Android Police

The Fitbit Ionic is the most feature-rich Fitbit device yet, and I suppose it does technically count as a smartwatch. However, it's missing a lot of features you get with Android Wear or Samsung's Tizen. People who want a slightly more capable Fitbit will probably like the Ionic, but I don't think it's good as a smartwatch.

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The Fitbit Ionic is the most feature-rich Fitbit device yet, and I suppose it does technically count as a smartwatch. However, it's missing a lot of features you get with Android Wear or Samsung's Tizen. People who want a slightly more capable Fitbit will probably like the Ionic, but I don't think it's good as a smartwatch.

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Android Authority

Great fitness tracker, so-so smartwatch

from Android Authority

This is the best Fitbit you can buy, period. It’s an incredible fitness and sleep tracker, comes with a built-in GPS, allows you to pay for things from your wrist, and it’s water resistant. If you don’t care about smartwatch features and are looking for a high-end Fitbit device, buy the Ionic.

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This is the best Fitbit you can buy, period. It’s an incredible fitness and sleep tracker, comes with a built-in GPS, allows you to pay for things from your wrist, and it’s water resistant. If you don’t care about smartwatch features and are looking for a high-end Fitbit device, buy the Ionic.

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Android Guys

The most feature-rich product from Fitbit thus far

The more we wear a device like the Fitbit Ionic, the less reliant we are on a platform like Android Wear. But, that’s not to say it’s perfect and does everything right. It’s not as customizable as what you’d get in a more formal smartwatch and there are very few “apps” for it.

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The more we wear a device like the Fitbit Ionic, the less reliant we are on a platform like Android Wear. But, that’s not to say it’s perfect and does everything right. It’s not as customizable as what you’d get in a more formal smartwatch and there are very few “apps” for it.

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Apple Insider

Aims at Apple Watch, but needs more apps

from Apple Insider

At this stage it's hard to specifically recommend the Ionic. Not so much because of its hardware or interface problems, such as music sync, but because third-party support just isn't there yet. 

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At this stage it's hard to specifically recommend the Ionic. Not so much because of its hardware or interface problems, such as music sync, but because third-party support just isn't there yet. 

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Android Headlines

The fitness tracker gets reinvented

from Android Headlines

The Fitbit Ionic is the company’s most expensive fitness tracker ever, and for good reason. It sports more features than really any of its previous trackers, and is a full-fledged smartwatch as well. And while Fitbit has done two smartwatches before (arguably), this is still very much a first-generation product.

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The Fitbit Ionic is the company’s most expensive fitness tracker ever, and for good reason. It sports more features than really any of its previous trackers, and is a full-fledged smartwatch as well. And while Fitbit has done two smartwatches before (arguably), this is still very much a first-generation product.

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TrustedReviews

Isn’t a smartwatch I can wholeheartedly recommend

from TrustedReviews

The Fitbit Ionic offers bags of potential, and the fitness side really excels – but right now, the smartwatch functionality is lacking.

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The Fitbit Ionic offers bags of potential, and the fitness side really excels – but right now, the smartwatch functionality is lacking.

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Expert Reviews

Nearly great, but Fitbit falls short again

from Expert Reviews

The Fitbit Ionic is far from the perfect smartwatch/fitness-wearable hybrid. It has issues with Bluetooth connectivity and notification delivery and its UI has both usability and performance issues. Even then, if Fitbit had priced this around the £200 mark, I’d be perfectly happy to r...More

The Fitbit Ionic is far from the perfect smartwatch/fitness-wearable hybrid. It has issues with Bluetooth connectivity and notification delivery and its UI has both usability and performance issues. Even then, if Fitbit had priced this around the £200 mark, I’d be perfectly happy to recommend it, purely because it's great-looking fitness tracking smartwatch with battery life to die for.

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Recombu

Has a long trek ahead to catch up with rivals

from Recombu

The Fitbit Ionic offers strong fitness features, as well as a clean and simple interface that will appeal to pretty much any users. With its potentially great Fitbit Pay feature, water resistant design and vibrant screen, it’s certainly one of the more premium fitness trackers out there right now.

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The Fitbit Ionic offers strong fitness features, as well as a clean and simple interface that will appeal to pretty much any users. With its potentially great Fitbit Pay feature, water resistant design and vibrant screen, it’s certainly one of the more premium fitness trackers out there right now.

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Amazon.co.uk Reviews Summary

321 from Amazon.co.uk

321 Amazon.co.uk shoppers shared a review for the Fitbit Ionic. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.1 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.co.uk customer reviews.

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