The Fitbit Blaze comes highly recommended as a solid fitness tracker by professional athletes. Everyone knows this household name when it comes to wearables. Another highlight many consumers pointed out is the affordable price. With their previous models such as the Force, Charge, and Surge there were minor complaints about rashes. Let us find out what athletes found great and not so great about this product.
Pros / What Customers Like:
One important note we found is the mention of the large LCD display. According to some professionals, the display is bright, especially when using the correct watch face. From a distance, they feel it looks like a traditional watch compared to a fitness tracker.
Different users found the color touchscreen appealing compared to other models in the Fitbit line.
The fact that all sports users love the fitness wearables compatibility with Android and iPhone devices is a plus.
Professional runners found the storage of keeping data up to 7 days impressive.
Most customers found the battery lasts up to 5 days of use even when connected with Bluetooth.
The fact that it has extra buttons to select exercise options when your hands are wet love by all athletes.
Another highlight mentioned by joggers and runners is that you can customize the face and strap according to your desired needs.
All athletes partaking in different sports love the Exercise app and found it useful. You can monitor your workout and can choose from workout, treadmill, weights and more. In addition, you get your heart rate on the screen and simple to use.
One more bonus is the Fitstar app suggesting workout session and test you can do. This includes a Warm It Up, 10 Minute Abs, and 7 Minute Workout recommended by different health fanatics.
Furthermore, avid fitness users found the automatic sleep tracking great and you can set reminders and goals.
Cons / What Customers Don't Like:
Many athletes would have loved a round face compared to the square design while others do not like the large bezels on the face. They even found the logo irritating when looked at.
Another athlete found the screen a bit unresponsive at times.
One jogger mentioned that you cannot personalize the watch face and the fact they use their own software limits you with apps you can download.
The Fitbit Blaze offers you useful fitness features and other traits at an affordable price. You can set alarms, control music, send through notifications, and keep track of your fitness. The great thing is it connects to most smartphones, but does not have a GPS that might be a pain if you are a runner.