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Get fit in style with Fitbit Blaze—a smart fitness watch that helps you maximize every workout and every day. With advanced technology in a versatile design, this revolutionary device is built to track your workouts, monitor your performance stats, and gauge your progress. PurePulse continuous heart rate and multi-sport modes enhance every exercise, while next-generation features like Connected GPS and FitStar workouts on your wrist help you take your fitness to the next level. All-day activity and sleep tracking and call, text & calendar notifications help you track your day with ease. And interchangeable band and frames and customizable clock faces on the hi-res color touchscreen let you personalize your style for every occasion. With all this and more, Fitbit Blaze has everything you need to reach your goals, packed into one sleek time piece. Synchronize: • Fitbit Blaze syncs wirelessly to 200+ leading iOS, Android and Windows devices using Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology. • Syncing range: 20 feet • Notifications: Text and call via Bluetooth 4.0 • Music control: via Bluetooth Classic • Syncing to mobile devices requires Bluetooth and Internet connection • Syncs with Windows Vista and later, Mac OS X 10.6 and up, iPhone 4S and later, iPad 3 gen. and later, and leading Android and Windows devices. Battery and Power: • We recommend charging Fitbit Blaze every few days to ensure you are always tracking. • Battery life: lasts up to 5 days • Battery type: Lithium-polymer • Charge time: One to two hours • Radio transceiver: Bluetooth 4.0
- Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 1.7 x 0.4 inches ; 1.4 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
- ASIN: B019VM3LUS
- UPC: 810351025092 810351026761 810351026747
- Item model number: FB502SPMS-EU
- Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
In Depth Review!
1,488 people found this helpful.
I can’t say enough good things about this fitness watch. This is going to be an in depth review so I apologize in advance for the length.
Best Fitbit I’ve had yet
1,895 people found this helpful.
Received the Blaze after a direct preorder from Fitbit.
Great fitness tracker for anyone
172 people found this helpful.
This is a great fitness tracker for the beginner or experienced person who wants to keep track of their activity. Because it also is a watch and gives you the date, you only need wear one device. The band comes in multiple colors and 2 sizes (both come with purchase) for the person with small or large wrists. It syncs easily and you are able to sync it to Lose It or My Fitness Pal if you use those sites to monitor your dietary intake. If you have questions, support services is excellent. I think that this is just the best. I use this watch together with
Happy Fitbit Customer
823 people found this helpful.
A few weeks ago I purchased the Charge HR and I loved it, my Fitbit One was great, but I was growing tired of clipping it on and losing it. The Charge HR having phone notification features and heart rate monitoring got me into the future with wearables, and the Blaze is taking it to the next level! I’ve only had it a few days (got it early by ordering on the Fitbit site) and I am still pretty enamored with it. Out of the box it needs an update which is a little odd considering it’s a brand new product, but after updating and charging (battery was almost dead) I was up and ready to go!
Great Watch, Superb Company!
14 people found this helpful.
I am in love with this Fitbit Blaze! I’ve always had the Fitbit One (the kind that has a clip – not a wristband). I rarely wear bracelets because I they tend to annoy me, so I’ve never had a Fitbit that I wear on my wrist. However, when the price on the Blaze came down, I figured it was at least worth a shot… and I’m glad I did!
I’m quite pleased with my purchase of the Fitbit Blaze
13 people found this helpful.
Overall, I’m quite pleased with my purchase of the Fitbit Blaze. I was originally only in the market for a pedometer and heart-rate monitor for my walking regimen, but my research indicated that the Blaze received top marks in both. I make ample use of it, though not to its ultimate potential, since I don’t use any of the built-in workouts. However, in conjunction with the app for my phone I have used it to reach daily goals in steps taken, calories consumed, and even track my sleep patterns. I’ve had it for just over three weeks and have lost 7-8 pounds, thanks in large measure to the helpful calorie guide in the app and reminders on the watch. Additionally, I’ve discovered that my sleep patterns work best on a particular kind of mattress, which is going to guide my upcoming purchase of a new one.
29 people found this helpful.
I have had a Fitbit Blaze for about one week. I have not had any fitness watches before, so I can’t make any comparisons. In fact, I wasn’t wearing a watch before getting the Blaze, so I have spent a week switching from checking my phone for the time to checking this thing on my wrist. I was pretty concerned about getting the Blaze because of how massive it looks in photos and I am a thin bird-boned female. When I received it, it is indeed very massive, but somehow it works on my wrist. I am not even wearing the band at the tightest possible. So ladies, it can work, but I do recommend swapping out the band for the aesthetics (a cool feature).
Pros and Cons
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I purchased the Fitbit Blaze because I wanted to keep track of my steps, workouts, heart rate, and sleep but I also appreciated the “smart watch” type features including text, calendar, call, and email notifications. I have it paired with an iPhone 6, and I get notifications for most of the core apps (calendar, calls, text, email) as long as you set the app on your phone to at least “banner” notifications. If you aren’t getting at least a banner notification on your phone, you won’t get any kind of notification on the Fitbit. Additionally, longer text messages, over a few sentences, will be cut off on your Fitbit so you will have to look at your phone to read them in their entirety. That said, let’s get into the pros and cons.