Fitbit Ionic

7.1/10 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 


The Fitbit Ionic is a good wearable, but it’s not the great smartwatch some had expected it to be.

- James Peckham, TechRadar 

Specs / Features


Specification

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

Critic Reviews


Gearburn

Daft software mars excellent fitness tracking

from Gearburn

The Fitbit Ionic is an admirable first attempt to rival the likes of Apple, Google and Samsung on the fitness tracker-cum-smartwatch front, but it’s definitely much further from the latter.

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The Fitbit Ionic is an admirable first attempt to rival the likes of Apple, Google and Samsung on the fitness tracker-cum-smartwatch front, but it’s definitely much further from the latter.

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Gadgets Now

For fitness enthusiasts

from Gadgets Now

The Fitbit Ionic has its fair share of pros and cons. It’s comfortable to wear and boasts of an excellent battery life. The sleep tracker, the Coach feature and the heart-rate monitor work seamlessly but the accuracy of the tracker was a bit suspect.

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The Fitbit Ionic has its fair share of pros and cons. It’s comfortable to wear and boasts of an excellent battery life. The sleep tracker, the Coach feature and the heart-rate monitor work seamlessly but the accuracy of the tracker was a bit suspect.

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Fone Arena

Functionality is woefully limited

from Fone Arena

The Fitbit Ionic is a mediocre smartwatch and an excellent fitness tracker. That’s not too surprising given the company’s pedigree. Its a great fitness tracker and the added music playback functionality is functional but as a smartwatch, it falls flat.

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The Fitbit Ionic is a mediocre smartwatch and an excellent fitness tracker. That’s not too surprising given the company’s pedigree. Its a great fitness tracker and the added music playback functionality is functional but as a smartwatch, it falls flat.

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The Indian Express

The smartwatch for fitness freaks

from The Indian Express

Fitbit Ionic is a good upgrade for those who have been using other Fitbit for a while. However, for others, given that the price is very similar to an Apple Watch, the Ionic might appear a bit underwhelming. But then not everyone is on the Apple ecosystem, and that might be a good enough reason to prefer the Fitbit Ionic

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Fitbit Ionic is a good upgrade for those who have been using other Fitbit for a while. However, for others, given that the price is very similar to an Apple Watch, the Ionic might appear a bit underwhelming. But then not everyone is on the Apple ecosystem, and that might be a good enough reason to prefer the Fitbit Ionic

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Daily Express

A solid smartwatch

from Daily Express

Fitbit’s first attempt at a proper smartwatch is pretty good. The Ionic is well built, comfortable to wear and is packed with fitness features including in-built GPS and advance heart monitoring. The Fitbit Ionic is sure to get better over time and, in the future, could be a contender for best wearable.

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Fitbit’s first attempt at a proper smartwatch is pretty good. The Ionic is well built, comfortable to wear and is packed with fitness features including in-built GPS and advance heart monitoring. The Fitbit Ionic is sure to get better over time and, in the future, could be a contender for best wearable.

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Android Authority

Plethora of useful features

from Android Authority

The Fitbit Ionic is a good fitness tracker for those looking for a new device to help them on their fitness goals in 2018 as well as the seasoned fitness guru looking for an upgrade to their current fitness tracker.

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The Fitbit Ionic is a good fitness tracker for those looking for a new device to help them on their fitness goals in 2018 as well as the seasoned fitness guru looking for an upgrade to their current fitness tracker.

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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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TechGearLab

Shows plenty of promise, but is dragged down by its limited set of smart functions at launch

from TechGearLab

While the Ionic shows plenty of promise, it has plenty to improve on before it can claim an award. With limited app compatibility and a sparse set of smart functions, it feels much more like a fitness tracker than a true smartwatch.

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While the Ionic shows plenty of promise, it has plenty to improve on before it can claim an award. With limited app compatibility and a sparse set of smart functions, it feels much more like a fitness tracker than a true smartwatch.

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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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