In order for a fitness tracker to be considered good enough, it needs to provide the majority of features you need to properly conduct your favorite activity. You probably can’t afford to wear two different trackers just because both of them lack a certain feature. iFit definitely tries its best to be the only tracker you will ever need. It measures the basics but it can also help you with your diet plan. The design is quite basic and it’s entirely black with the option to clip it on or to wear it as a watch. The battery life is great but you have to rely on a bad application to keep track of your data, which can be quite tiring.
Pros / What Customers Like:
One of the rare features this fitness tracker offers is the option to keep count of your calorie intake by registering every meal you eat. This can really help with your diet.
As long as you keep it on your wrist, the data will stay accurate.
The design is elegant and it won’t catch unwanted attention.
The battery life is good when you consider everything it does and it can last up to six days.
Cons / What Customers Don't Like:
You can only use the manufacturer’s companion which is honestly quite buggy and annoying.
It’s not water resistant.
iFit is probably a good tracker but the price tag on it is definitely out of its league. Calorie intake counting was definitely a nice touch and something that will help out a lot of people. The LED screen is poorly lit and it’s difficult to read it on certain occasions. If they fixed the companion app and if they lowered the price slightly, it would make it a better choice.