Fitbit Alta

Fitbit Alta
alaScore 93

2477 opinii

12-2018

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Opinie eksperta : Max Parker (trustedreviews.com)

Fitbit Alta

 

The Alta is Fitbit's best-looking fitness band yet, but it doesn't really redefine the whole category. If you already have a Fitbit Charge, Jawbone UP2 or even a smartwatch such as the Moto 360 Sport, there isn't a whole lot here that will get you to...

A basic fitness tracker that looks good, but doesn’t really do much to stand out

05-2016

Opinie eksperta (engadget.com)

With Alta, Fitbit finally made a stylish fitness band

 

The Alta shows Fitbit has learned enough about design to compete with more stylish rivals. It's also a lesson in how fewer features can sometimes lead to a better product.

Fitbit's most stylish and comfortable tracker yet ; Battery lasts five days ; Automatic activity tracking ; Wide variety of band options

No stair or heart rate tracking ; Some bands are difficult to put on

In the end, the Alta is a big leap forward for Fitbit in terms of design, yet it's in some ways a step back in functionality. But for a company that's mostly been focused on technology over looks for the past few years, that's probably a wise compromise.

03-2016

Opinie eksperta (t3.com)

Fitbit Alta review: a basic but stylish step counter

 

But if you want a little inspiration, to keep track of how far you've walked, and maybe push yourself to be a little more active - a basic fitness tracker is the way to go.

More attractive design options ; Leading ecosystem ; Excellent app

Not for serious athletes ; Screen slightly laggy ; Still quite thick

Will Alta your perception of cheap fitness trackers? No. But it’s a sleek, attractive fitness tracker that works well. Also, your friends probably have a Fitbit as well, so you can compete against them in "fun" fitness leaderboards.

05-2016

Opinie eksperta : Dan Graziano (cnet.com)

Fitbit Alta review: An activity tracker you won't be embarrassed to wear

 

The Fitbit Alta is a stylish fitness tracker with swappable bands, basic phone notifications and week-long battery.

The Fitbit Alta is a stylish fitness tracker with swappable bands, basic phone notifications and week-long battery life. The new "Move" alerts bring something new. Fitbit's software is still one of our favorites, and has the largest social base as well.

There's no heart-rate sensor, and it can't be worn in the shower. The tracker is expensive for what it can do and so are the accessory straps. The display is difficult to see outdoors and is susceptible to scratches, and notifications are hard to read.

While ultimately a more stylish (but heart-rate free) version of the older Charge HR, the Fitbit Alta is a winning fitness tracker with solid style appeal.

03-2016

Opinie eksperta : Lauren Goode (theverge.com)

Fitbit Alta review: better design, same technology

 

A Fitbit, for better or worse, looks like a Fitbit. For the past seven years Fitbit's product design has skewed toy-like, friendly, utilitarian. A Fitbit won't be mistaken for jewelry; it's not...

More fashionable Fitbit ; Auto-tracks exercise and sleep ; Week-long battery life

Tap-screen display ; No heart-rate sensors ; No software leaps since 2015

03-2016

Opinie eksperta : Timothy Torres (pcmag.com)

Fitbit Alta

 

The Alta is Fitbit's sleekest, slimmest wrist-worn fitness tracker yet, but if you don't care about looks you can get more functionality for nearly the same price.

Slim design. Swappable bands. Accurate fitness stats. Delivers idle alerts and smartphone notifications.

Sometimes unresponsive. Display is tough to see in direct sunlight. No heart rate monitoring, GPS, or stair climbing. Not waterproof.

Comparisons and Conclusions Fitbit currently has six wrist-worn fitness trackers in its lineup —four of which are priced similarly —so which is the right one for you? If you're a marathoner, you're going to want to stick with the $250 GPS-enabled...

03-2016

Opinie eksperta : Britta O'Boyle (pocket-lint.com)

Fitbit Alta review: High praise for low-level fitness tracking

 

Fitbit is arguably one of the most well-known companies when it comes to activity tracking, monopolising around 70 per cent of the market. It not only offers a huge selection of devices in comparison to its competitors, but it also offers an excellent...

Best Fitbit design to date, excellent 5-day battery life, comfortable to wear, nice display, notifications, accurate step-tracking, fantastic app platform

No heart-rate monitoring, no altimeter, no waterproofing, inaccurate distance-tracking, display not always super responsive nor visible in bright light

The Fitbit Alta sits on the fence compared to the wider activity tracker market. It misses out some key features, such heart-rate monitoring, elevation data, GPS and waterproofing.

07-2016

Opinie eksperta (stuff.tv)

Fitbit Alta review

 

Is Fitbit's latest slimline tracker a perfect fit for the everyman?

Genuinely motivating step reminders ; Accurate sleep-monitoring ; Excellently connected app ; Grown-up form factor

No waterproofing ; No heart rate monitor ; Screen collects scratches

This slimmed-down stylish tracker delivers basic data but lacks a beating heart.

05-2016

Opinie eksperta : Cameron Faulkner (techradar.com)

Fitbit Alta review

 

Fitbit's best-looking wearable to date is limited in scope

Striking design ; Easily customizable ; Week-long battery life

Tap-sensitive screen isn't sensitive enough ; Not waterproof ; Pretty limited offering overall

Fitbit's Alta has it where it counts, namely the killer week-long battery life, customizable styles, and the solid Fitbit companion app as a backbone. But there are a few frustrating design choices that keep this from being a "must-have."

11-2018

Opinie eksperta : Dan Graziano (cnet.co.uk)

Fitbit Alta review

 

You can spot a Fitbit from across the room. The Fitbit Charge HR and Surge , the company's two most popular trackers, aren't exactly jewerly, and I would never be caught wearing one to a wedding or another formal event. But Fitbit is changing.

The Fitbit Alta is a stylish fitness tracker with swappable bands, basic phone notifications and week-long battery life. The new "Move" alerts bring something new. Fitbit's software is still one of our favorites, and has the largest social base as well.

There's no heart-rate sensor, and it can't be worn in the shower. The tracker is expensive for what it can do and so are the accessory straps. The display is difficult to see outdoors and is susceptible to scratches, and notifications are hard to read.

While ultimately a more stylish (but heart-rate free) version of the older Charge HR, the Fitbit Alta is a winning fitness tracker with solid style appeal.

03-2016