Amazfit Pace review

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Specs / Features


Tech Spec
Display Size 1.34"
Display Type LCD
Display Resolution 320 x 300
Battery Life Up to 5 days
Battery Type LiPo (Lithium Polymer)
Compatibility Android 4.4 and above, iOS 9.0 and above
Specification
Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date 28-November-2016
Size
Weight 53.7 grams
(1.9 ounces)

Critic Reviews


NDTV

Good battery life, looks good

from NDTV

At its official price, the Amazfit Pace offers decent value, if you can live without a proper gym mode and GPS functionality that doesn't work perfectly when conditions aren't ideal. We think that products such as the TomTom Spark are better, but they cost a little more too.

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At its official price, the Amazfit Pace offers decent value, if you can live without a proper gym mode and GPS functionality that doesn't work perfectly when conditions aren't ideal. We think that products such as the TomTom Spark are better, but they cost a little more too.

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Digit

A sleeker and more affordable version of its elder sibling

from Digit

The Pace seems more like a Stratos that's wrapped in a sleeker body, which is not a terrible thing as the Stratos was a neat little device.

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The Pace seems more like a Stratos that's wrapped in a sleeker body, which is not a terrible thing as the Stratos was a neat little device.

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Gadgets Now

Fit as a fiddle

from Gadgets Now

Amazfit Pace has got plain looks but has a durable design. With GPS-tracking, it has got a decent battery life. This smartwatch can be a good buy for people who are bored of normal watches and are looking for something different. Even if you are not a fitness-crazy person, wearing this for some t...More

Amazfit Pace has got plain looks but has a durable design. With GPS-tracking, it has got a decent battery life. This smartwatch can be a good buy for people who are bored of normal watches and are looking for something different. Even if you are not a fitness-crazy person, wearing this for some time and using its activity tracking features will definitely make you a little conscious of your health. While hardcore fitness enthusiast may find this smartwatch a bit plain and want more features, beginners would surely like it.

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PCWorld

Doesn't look pretty but it gets the job done

from PCWorld

It’s cheaper than the competition, yes, and it includes a lot of the same functionality features to boot. Unfortunately, the execution just doesn’t land with the same impact here.

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It’s cheaper than the competition, yes, and it includes a lot of the same functionality features to boot. Unfortunately, the execution just doesn’t land with the same impact here.

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Make Use Of

Solid smartwatch at a budget price

from Make Use Of

For the price, we can wholeheartedly recommend the Amazfit. It's certainly not without flaws, but it delivers on most of its features while looking great.

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For the price, we can wholeheartedly recommend the Amazfit. It's certainly not without flaws, but it delivers on most of its features while looking great.

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TrustedReviews

A budget-friendly GPS running watch that covers the basics

from TrustedReviews

If you haven’t much money to spend on a GPS running watch, the Amazfit Pace isn’t the worst choice on the market. There are some shortcomings and a lack of gloss, but it does a decent job overall.

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If you haven’t much money to spend on a GPS running watch, the Amazfit Pace isn’t the worst choice on the market. There are some shortcomings and a lack of gloss, but it does a decent job overall.

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Tech Advisor

Records well and very good looking

from Tech Advisor

It’s a solid entry point for those curious enough to want to record their exercise without spending a month’s rent to do so.

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It’s a solid entry point for those curious enough to want to record their exercise without spending a month’s rent to do so.

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Phandroid

Reasonably priced considering all of its features

from Phandroid

It goes for $159.99 and for that price point it is quite reasonable considering the many features that it has. I would say it is worth it if you go on runs quite often as the statistics that is displayed for you are definitely helpful.

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It goes for $159.99 and for that price point it is quite reasonable considering the many features that it has. I would say it is worth it if you go on runs quite often as the statistics that is displayed for you are definitely helpful.

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Hothardware

Sleek, attractive, and great battery life

from Hothardware

The Amazfit Pace has a lot of potential. The watch's hardware is top notch. The glossy ceramic bezel is eye-catching and the silica gel strap is comfortable and well-made. Many people will probably love the sporty-chic aesthetic and black and red designs. The GPS, sleep pattern, heart rate, and s...More

The Amazfit Pace has a lot of potential. The watch's hardware is top notch. The glossy ceramic bezel is eye-catching and the silica gel strap is comfortable and well-made. Many people will probably love the sporty-chic aesthetic and black and red designs. The GPS, sleep pattern, heart rate, and step count detectors all seemed accurate and informative. The Amazfit Pace's battery life is perhaps its greatest strength. The watch’s average of 3.5-5 days of regular use is excellent compared to many competitors.

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Android Authority

Inexpensive for a GPS-equipped watch

from Android Authority

With a built-in GPS, heart rate monitor, support for smartphone notifications and a beautiful touchscreen display, you're certainly getting a lot for the money with the Amazfit PACE. However, the software is quite buggy and the watch only syncs with Strava, which will definitely turn some users a...More

With a built-in GPS, heart rate monitor, support for smartphone notifications and a beautiful touchscreen display, you're certainly getting a lot for the money with the Amazfit PACE. However, the software is quite buggy and the watch only syncs with Strava, which will definitely turn some users away. If you're in need of a powerful fitness tracker or consistent smartwatch, you might want to look elsewhere.

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