For a premier device in the Huawei brand, you can look at the Band 2 wearable to keep track of your health and fitness levels. According to sports users, it has a fantastic battery life with 5ATM waterproof rating and GPS. You can keep track of different activities and track your VO2 max. But is this all that the fitness band has to offer—check out what other users had to say.
Pros / What Customers Like:
The most talked about feature mentioned by all users is the budget-friendly price and fitness features loaded into this device.
Customers love the small curved/rectangular PMOLED screen and look stylish when worn with any day or nightwear.
With the 5ATM water-resistance, rating sports users found they could use it for tracking their fitness and jump into a shower or pool. Now you do not need to be concerned that your fitness tracker will become water damaged.
Professional trainers found the built-in sensors outstanding as it includes GPS, a detached PPG Cardiotachometer, three-axis accelerometer, and Infrared Wear Sensor.
Joggers found the watchstrap with clip mechanism helpful while swimmers found it does come loose in the water.
Casual users found the fitness tracking exceptional but did not appeal to athletes that are more serious.
Health and fitness users found the step tracking accurate and even the run distance data is within par with other devices available on the market.
Newbie runners and swimmers felt the sports tracker met all their needs and it has a stellar battery life.
The majority of the user found the wearable weightless when working out in the gym or taking a long run.
Cyclists found the Band 2 to be a big help while training and the screen visible to read when outdoors.
Cons / What Customers Don't Like:
According to most fitness fanatics, the interface is cumbersome and the screen is not touch enabled.
Athletes found the lack of a music remote off-putting as everyone enjoys listening to music while running.
Users found that the VO2 max and heart rate data had a tendency to go off the rails.
If you need an affordable fitness device to keep track of your health the Band 2 is ideal to use. The design is robust and great for distance tracking with outstanding battery life. But if you are serious about your training, we recommend you look elsewhere as the advanced features are not very accurate.