S958 GPS Smartwatch Fitness Tracker Step Counter Heart Rate Monitor Phone Watch
- Micro SIM card / Bluetooth phone call / answer,you can dial or answer a phone call from your wrist watch
- Effortlessly send / receive messages to have a good interaction with your friends,easily realize information synchronization with your universal smartphone, more convenient to users
- Music play,enjoy splendid music anywhere and anytime ,best suitable screen size with high definition picture displaying gives you great experience
- Pedometer,record the steps you take and count the distance to make you fully control your sports
- Heart rate monitor,considerate monitor contact designed on the behind of the watch, take care of your health anytime and anywhere
Type: watch mobile phone, sports watch
Expansion card: TF card up to 32GB (not included)
System support: Android, IOS
Network type: GSM
Frequency: GSM850 / 900/1800 / 1900MHz
Bluetooth version: V3.0, V4.0
Screen size: 1.3 inches
Camera: not supported
SIM card slot: single SIM card (Micro SIM slot)
Power supply: built-in lithium battery
Battery capacity: 500mAh
Image format: BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG
Music format: MP3
Video format: MP4
Languages: English, French, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese, Japanese, Italian, German, Czech, Russian
Additional features: 2G call, Bluetooth, GPS, MP3
Function: heart rate measurement, information, pedometer
Product weight: 82g
Package weight: 230g
Product size: 26.50 x 5.20 x 1.70 cm
Packing size: 16.10 x 10.00 x 7.10 cm
Package contents: watch *1, charging base *1, USB cable *1, English manual *1
|External Memory||TF card up to 32GB (not included)|
|Dimension||16.10 x 10.00 x 7.10 cm|
|Package Contents||watch *1, charging base *1, USB cable *1, English manual *1|
Larger screen than Garmin.I was tired of charging my Huawei Smart watch every day and wanted a watch that had an always on display. With a back lit LCD display that is always on you'll have to charge everyday. With the Amazfit Stratos you have what I think is the best option for a five day battery. Yes the sunlight-visible, transflective memory-in-pixel (MIP) display is dark in dark settings but the auto backlight does a good job of taking care of dim lit situations. In an office environment or outside it is a vibrant display that is easy to see due to a larger size and pixel count than what you get on a much higher priced Garmin. Continuous heart rate monitor does a good job and step count seems to be pretty accurate. I don't do a lot of fitness activities so I can't speak to the different selections on the watch but this watch and the Garmin line are the only two smartwatches that have this type of screen. The watch is premium built and looks it as well and has just enough weight to it to not feel cheap. Buttons have a nice solid "click" to them and don't have a lot of play in them or move around. I'm very pleased with mine. It does what I need it to do and I don't have to charge it but once every five days. It's a keeper in my book. Cheers.
Better than expected, regardless of priceThis is a great GPS watch. It seems many of the complaints from a year ago have been addressed with updates to the firmware and mobile app. HR monitor seems reliable. Obviously it's not going to be as accurate as a chest strap, but for a watch-based monitor it seems top notch. The GPS works well for me, as well. As long as I'm outside when I start my activity, it connects to GPS within 10 seconds and the routing seems spot-on. I have 2 issues with it: 1. The charger is finicky in terms of getting it connected properly; 2. It doesn't link with many (or any beyond strava) health tracking apps, like google fit or samsung health. It works perfectly with Strava; however, Strava doesn't import daily totals, rather sport specific data from running or walking. Thus, although you can connect strava to google fit or samsung, you would not get all the day's data outside of your workout.
Good watchAbsolutely love the battery life on this.
Just keep growingLove the facial features but the brightness of the wafch is a bit weak or dark
Very niceI've only had this around 2 days.so far its very cool seems to work great
Responsive and great!the best smart fitness watch i have had so far!!!
Worth the priceExcellent watch for the price tag.
Great sports tracking and daily wear watch!I have had the amazfit stratos for a few weeks now and think that it is an excellent watch for what it can do. If you want a great semi-smart watch for sports,gps tracking, music, and daily wear, this is it. I really do not need a fully functioning smart watch to answer phone calls, check emails, play games, etc. I have my phone for that! I was using a samsung gear fit 2 before this and it worked fairly well but the battery life was terrible and the gps extremely weak. I always had a difficult time locking on to the gps signal and often times it would be dropped.Positives for this watch include:- Great battery life. The battery is great and lasts for days even if using gps and music together. Many of the newer smartwatches including the samsung fit will struggle with 4 hours of gps and music despite their claims of a several day battery life. Check the reviews... -Always on display with lots of watch faces available on line. The always on display was mandatory for me as I have always hated having to turn on the display of a smart watch to check the time and if you let the watch turn on with wrist movement the battery drains and you have a constantly flashing wrist! The display is dim when in low light and with the back light turned on it is still dim but readable. The plus side is that it is very bright and easy to read in sunlight. As one of my main uses is for running during the day, this is excellent as the display is easy to read while outside.- The music is great even with minimal controls. The sound is great but of course the headphones are the main determinant of sound quality. It is easy to drag and drop songs on to the watch or to send them from the smart phone directly (computer transfer is way easier). The watch does not do spotify etc but most smartwatches just run spotify from a smartphone anyway so who cares. I mainly just use random play and it works great. Also, the bluetooth signal is strong so you can wear your watch on either hand and not lose signal to your wireless headphones. My old samsung would not work unless the watch was on the left hand, the side of the headphone receiver. That was a pain...-GPS locks on immediately and seems to be accurate- Size. The watch is big but very comfortable and it makes it very easy to see and use- You can receive and send pre stored text messages. To use this functionality you need to install Amazmod and then it works fine. Not sure if that app is supported by Amazfit but it seems to work fine. There is no keyboard so you can only respond with canned messages but that is fine by me.- Band is very comfortableThe not so good:- Size. It is a large watch and I listed this as a positive but it may be a detriment for some. However, I really like the look.- The screen colors are washed out. This is not a bright Amoled screen and looks best in day light. However, it is very functional unless you want to try to play games on your smartwatch...- Software is a bit confusing but functionalThis is a great watch for someone who doesn't need all the bells and whistles of a smartwatch that can do phone calls, emails, games, etc. For me, that is what your phone is for! And the price on this is great!
Great watch, price is just a bonus.The battery life is amazing. I get 3-4 days using GPS and music from 30 minutes to 3 hours a day. My rides and runs auto sync to Strava, and the info provided is very in depth and comparable to stats provided from my old Garmin. I know smart features, like responding to notifications, are lacking but I knew that going in. Lastly, it looks amazing. This was a great purchase
Heart rate monitor is junkI have an apple watch, Amazfit Bip and an Android Wear OS (LG Urbane) whose heartrate monitor on all watches run about 60-70 bpm lower than this watch. The Stratos keeps telling me, warning me, that my heart rate is extreme at 150-160 bmp while I'm walking and my other watches say it's 90-110 bpm (which is correct). On the plus side, that's the only feature that doesn't work on this watch. The rest of the functions seem to be fine. I've downloaded and installed the latest updates and that didn't fix the problem. It should be able to get more battery life than 35 hours with the exercise/activity functions running, though. That's a disappointment when the Amazfit Bip can run for weeks with everything turned on. This watch only lasts about as long as a watch with a continuously glowing screen like the android wear watches. A watch with a transreflective screen should last longer than 35 hours. I may return it in a few days if the heart rate monitor doesn't straighten out.