The InBody Band 2 is a normal fitness tracker with a little extra to it. This activity tracker has small electrodes that measure your body fat. How well does this fitness band work when it comes to using it on a daily basis – let us see what consumers had to say.
Pros / What Customers Like:
From a design point of view, users found the strap flexible, comfortable, and easier to fasten compared to other models available.
We noted that the majority of health users found the battery life well within use up to 4-days before needing to charge it.
The majority of consumers found the body fat measurement to reasonably accurate when compared with QardioBase Smart Scale and the Pivotal Living Smart Scale.
The heart rate monitors welcomed by most professional athletes. They found it to work accurately when measured with a manual pulse reading.
A standout for most fitness users is the automated tracking when they go to sleep and the alarm that wakes you up in the morning.
Although the app for your phone is boring, users found the breaking down of their fat and muscle mass.
One woman mentioned she appreciated that she could control the text alerts and calls separately.
Cons / What Customers Don't Like:
Consumers found the microUSB charging port hidden with silicone difficult to open, even when having long fingernails.
Most athletes found the time limited to only military time.
Users found the Body Key app to use on their iOS and Android devices boring and simple.
Most sports users would have liked if the wearable tracked real-time workout sessions and does not record your heart rate stat.
The InBody is a unique device that tracks the basics from your distance, active time, to steps. Using the body composition test is easy and offers consistent results. However, for the price and only this one unique feature, it might be a bit above most athletes’ price range.