Anonymous, 11 Aug 2017So ugly. Hoped that after acquiring (and killing) Pebble they improve here and there.
As far as I know, they only use software section of Pebble.
I miss Pebble too, I still use Pebble Time Steel and I realy wanted to buy that never released successor.
So ugly. Hoped that after acquiring (and killing) Pebble they improve here and there.
My fastrack reflex smart watch is better i hope but has one disadvantage I.e. its not having heart rate sensor and I jzt dnt like it but this design is looking little bit better than the previous one
Fitbit holds the same sport in fitness tracker industry as Beats holds in headphones' industry!
P.S. I used to be the Surge user but then upgraded to Fenix 3 HR and finally 5x. And also a Sony MDR 1000x user. :)
Wll fitbit your design team must be on holiday that is so Ugly, & I was going to swap from Android Wear to fitbit for better Health and sleep recording as android wear is useless. But this is so so Ugly.
thats design is very ugly
WHY the huge 'mega' bezels? Take it to the edge and save screen real estate.
Oh look ! A Samsung Galaxy Gear !
me and my wife have over 6 fitbits in the past 3 years and they are all garbage. Either this breaks or that not working. Even my first gen Moto360 works fine after 3 years.
I hope they will use E-Paper someday, although unlikely because they had no interest in the hardware department of pebble. Still holding a grudge against Fitbit, because of the too early acquisition of pebble. A few months later and we would have got the Time 2. Still rocking the Time Steel, it's ludicrous that none of the other big players figured out how to get 7 to 10 Days On-Screen Time on a smartwatch. It's not only the display though, amazfit with epaper and 2 days is no deal breaker either.
FitBit Blaze is that you? :)
The successor of pebble...I miss my pebble With 7 days of battery.