Fitbit Ionic Review: The Best Fitbit’s GPS Smartwatch for Men

Fitbit Ionic ReviewThe Fitbit company has released so many fitness trackers for different target groups, but the Fitbit Ionic seems a suitable choice for just about anyone of any gender, age, or features they look for in a fitness tracker.

Its premium build quality and rugged look qualify it to be the best Fitbit for men.

The Fitbit Ionic which is the best fitness tracker for the versatility of features

Fitbit Ionic Review:

The Fitbit Ionic basically has everything you might be looking for in a fitness tracker.

It does lack the option to connect to a phone for GPS but that’s fine because it already has built-in GPS. It also doesn’t let you customize it with designer accessories, but that doesn’t really seem like a big deal anyway.

The Fitbit Ionic’s dimensions are around 1.5 x 0.5 inches while it weighs around 1.7 ounces.

Its material is quite strong and lightweight 6000 series aerospace-grade aluminum. Its wristband is made of a flexible, durable elastomer material.

When it comes to its features, it has everything. From health features, exercise features to smart features.

The Ionic keeps track of your steps taken throughout the day, as well as calories burned, and floors climbed.

It has sleep tracking to measure the duration and quality of your sleep as well as sleep stages to indicate how long you’ve spent in each stage: Light, REM, or deep. It also displays the date and time whenever you activate it.

It’s equipped with guided breathing sessions that help you reduce stress and anxiety, as well as female health tracking that is a very important and helpful feature for women.

It helps them track their menstrual cycle’s duration as well as note any symptoms and useful information down, which later on helps them with their check-ups and visits to the gynecologist.

When it comes to exercise features, the Fitbit Ionic has SmartTrack and multi-sport tracking to detect and record various activities that you do, from walking, running, to swimming or dancing.

It has reminders for you to move so you can reach your daily goals. The Heart Rate Monitoring and Cardio Fitness Level give you an overall idea on how well your health is and how fit you are.

It has an SPO2 sensor that measures the oxygen levels in your blood to give you an idea about your athletic performance.

The Fitbit Ionic is also swim-proof and water-resistant up to 50 meters, which means you can go swimming in a pool or open water without having to worry about taking it off. You can also take showers or bath with it still on.

Regarding smart features, the Fitbit Ionic allow you to receive calls and text notifications on its display as well as quickly respond with the Quick Replies feature.

It also delivers calendar alerts to remind you of any important appointments or events that you have to attend.

You can store your music and control it in terms of volume, pausing, playing, and skipping a song.

The Fitbit Ionic also lets you make payments through it to facilitate financial errands.

The Fitbit Ionic’s display is an interactive touchscreen color LCD. It’s a high-resolution (348 x 250 pixels) and up to a thousand nits brightness with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 that keeps it safe from scratches.

Its size is about 1.14 x 0.8 inches so it’s quite clear with the fitness stats and 17 different clock faces you can choose from.

Because it has GPS services, the battery life could be less than the 5 –day standard that the Ionic flaunts.

The Fitbit Ionic saves up to 7 days of your motion’s data and saves daily totals for the past month so you can review your stats and compare.

Pros:

  • Bright and vivid display
  •  Various fitness options and features
  •  Female health tracking feature

Cons:

  • The interface might respond a bit slowly
  • The available apps aren’t so many

Final Words About The Fitbit Ionic:

The durability and sturdiness of the Fitbit Ionic combined with the features and performance it delivers make it a candidate for being the best fitness tracker, even if it requires more than a low budget.

So to wrap up, the Fitbit Ionic may not be the cheapest option for a fitness tracker out there, but it’s definitely one of the best because it doesn’t leave out anything you might need throughout your day.

 

Kevin John
 

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