ithehappy, 04 Oct 2020Just read the comparison review thanks a lot. Yes, you are right, the Band 5 under-measures th... moreTwo weekends ago I took off the band 5, and forgot it on the kitchen table, leaving for three days. When I later synced, it claimed that I had a pulse around 90 the whole time... (not completely constant, but rather flat)
My guess is that it picked up some vibrations from e.g the heating system and grossely misinterpreted them...
EskeRahn, 04 Oct 2020Hi, yes more active on the forum for the Fxtec Pro1, that gsmarena ignores. Well I do not h... moreJust read the comparison review thanks a lot. Yes, you are right, the Band 5 under-measures the heart rate for me as well, several times. It's annoying. I have been using it for just couple of months now and and I usually follow up the watch's readings with a manual reading and found that 80% of time it's accurate, but rest of the time it just shows lower values than actual. I hope your 'personal feeling' of the ES being the more accurate device is correct ha ha, as I am looking for the most accurate device in this price point.
ithehappy, 03 Oct 2020Hey seeing you commenting after long time. How are you?
By the way, does the watch ES have ... moreHi, yes more active on the forum for the Fxtec Pro1, that gsmarena ignores.
Well I do not have any reliable reference measurement, so can not say about the accuracy, But they do not agree mounted on the same arm (giving some funny curves).
I have a feeling that the Watch ES is more correct - but could be the other way round.
Made a minor blog entry on the two, that is likely to be extended further. http://eskerahn.dk/?p=4048
EskeRahn, 02 Oct 2020The two variants with different branding have different watch straps.
The Honor Watch ES is m... moreHey seeing you commenting after long time. How are you?
By the way, does the watch ES have any better (read accurate) sensor than the Band 5? I have the band 5 and would like to upgrade to something which shall have more accurate sensors (SpO2 and heart rate) without breaking the bank. Or does it have identical sensor as the Band 5?
SavageAryan007, 02 Oct 2020Does that really matter if it's Huawei or Honor?: They already do something similar with ... moreYou don't really follow the news or must be living in non democratic country with media sensoring. Huawei has really got bad rep in US, Europe Asia and other major countries as it has been portrayed as Chinese spy machine in 5G implementation. Now it's directly/indirectly banned in Canada, usa, india, Europe, austrailia and many more countries. The dream of Xis of becoming digital superpower has failed miserably. That's why in other countries they are launching many more products in the name of honor brand
The two variants with different branding have different watch straps.
The Honor Watch ES is much like a Band 5 with wider housing and much larger screen.
Actually the former looks LESS monstrous on a arm that isn't fat, as it is ever so slightly shorter, and does not have the forced curves at the ends. The double width makes it look more like a decent watch.
Jasper5774, 02 Oct 2020Hahahaha Now everything will be launching in the brand name of honor not huawei 😂Does that really matter if it's Huawei or Honor?: They already do something similar with their phones sometimes in the same price segments: take the Huawei Y series and the Honor X series for example. Honor has that one thing which Amazfit or other Xiaomi bands do not have: accurate fitness tracking for a cheap price. Xiaomi has more gimmicks here and less practicality, and the fitness tracking is crappier. Honor FTW here always!