The step count accuracy of the Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch is as expected. Normal moving about in the house tends to be less accurate than when I take to the streets or on the treadmill. No matter if I walk or run, the step accuracy is still quite good.
The heart rate accuracy of the Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch is reasonably accurate when my heart rate is stable. When there is a change in heart rate, the measurement tends to spike. This Fitbit’s design is better in that the sensor is flusher to the skin and now features two sensors.
The sleep tracker feature with sleep stages makes the Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch much better than its predecessors in that you can now analyse your sleep patterns.
The Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch fits comfortably on my arm without being too tight. Being light and sturdy. It does however take up a lot of space on my arm and does look as formal as jewelry, but that is to be expected of wearing technology on one’s arm instead of jewelry.
The clock on the Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch is clear with a few important statistics. Unfortunately, the statistics can not be customised. It will notify you of messages from some apps. The touch screen is reactive and rarely needs tapping twice to press a button. I also loves to listen to music while I exercise. I use my Bluetooth ear buds and gone are the days of wearing a bulky, bouncy media player on my hip.
I love to swim and like the idea that I can now wear my Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch while swimming as it is waterproof. Even when fishing, I can wear it all the time without worrying that it might get wet when struggling with the prize catch.Per conclusion, the Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch is a real pleasure to wear and adds real value to my daily exercise.