Buyers sentiment across 0 reviews
The Sentiment Analysis of key attributes from the reviews is summarized as follows:
A rectangular LCD touch screen that stands out from many of the circular smartwatches on the market
Many of its best features (the sleep tracking, SmartTrack, heart-rate sensor, long battery life, Fitbit app) can be found in the £130 Alta HR.
With built-in GPS and music player, contactless payments and on-screen notifications it means you can leave your phone and wallet at home when out exercising.
the Ionic does make some sense, as long as you aren't expecting a complete suite of smartwatch features.
Fitbit’s fitness smartwatch has gotten better with an infusion of watch faces and apps, but some of its extra-smart features still aren't as polished as the competition.
The watch is an ideal pick for outdoor workout sessions.
The Fitbit Ionic Adidas Edition has proven itself to be a good companion for tracking sporting activities, and it's an interesting alternative to other devices in the smartwatch marke
The Fitbit Ionic offers bags of potential, and the fitness side really excels – but right now, the smartwatch functionality is lacking.
There are lots of positives, including strong battery life, Fitbit Pay and built-in GPS, but there’s also a lot missing, and that leaves this device feeling more like a fitness tracker, rather than a smartwatch in terms of features.
It's Fitbit's first self-proclaimed smartwatch, but because it feels like the first 24/7 smartwatch. A corner has been turned.