You might have guessed that “Talk” in the device name would mean that you are able to receive handsfree calls while in motion. The battery life could be described as very good since the screen itself does not drain the battery too much. The screen itself is actually larger than you would expect and the design sort of resembles a watch. Wearing it feels comfy and you will probably forget you wear it at all, due to its low weight. It’s waterproof but it can only run an Android version 4.4 or higher.
Pros / What Customers Like:
The display is e-ink, which means it only displays in black and white, which is the reason the battery can last up to five days.
Hands-free calling is also very useful since you can either answer a call or initiate it yourself. There is also a variety of voice commands available for you to use.
Cons / What Customers Don't Like:
The tracker itself is very expensive and it may repel casual fitness activists who are not so dedicated.
Its functionality is sort of limited and it lacks some additional thrown-in features which other manufacturers tend to include in their products.
First of all, this fitness tracker is quite easy to use. The display is black and white and the band keeps track of many things that occur to you during the day, for example, it will show you what pictures you took and who you talked to during the day, displaying it in its Lifelong app. This means this fitness tracker is genuinely a useful piece of equipment to use during the day. We just wished it contained some extra functions such as a heart rate monitor or GPS tracker.
As this is predominantly a fitness tracker, there’s an accelerometer and an altimeter built in, which track movement and elevation respectively. Unfortunately, this movement is limited to walking and running – you can’t specify whether you’re cycling or swimming, which is a shame.