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Amazfit Bip U Pro Smart Watch with Alexa Built-In for Men Women

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About this item 【ALEXA & GPS BUILT-IN】You can talk to Amazon Alexa on your Amazfit Bip U Pro smartwatch, Ask questions, get translations, check the weather, control your smart home devices and more. And get precise tracking of your distance, daily step count thanks to integrated GPS. 【60+ SPORTS MODES & 5 ATM WATERPROOF】Featuring 60+ sports modes to help you exercise at a higher level. Water-resistant up to 50 meters, you can wear the fitness watch for swimming and it will record your achievements even underwater. 【MORE HEALTH TRACKING METRICS】The Amazfit Bip U Pro smart watch can provide all-around health tracking, allowing you to accurately track 24-hour heart rate, blood oxygen levels, stress levels, sleep quality, and female menstrual cycle. 【LONG 9-DAY BATTERY LIFE】When fully charged you can relax and enjoy more than a full week of travel or work without worrying about chargers. 【DESIGN FOR ALL-DAY COMFORT】Amazfit Bip U Pro fitness tracker only weighs 31 grams, An ultra-light design you can barely feel when striving for peak performance. ​Featuring a 1.43” large color screen with 320×302 pixel resolution, creates an exquisite visual display, making all incoming calls, messages, and reminders extremely clear. 【SMART NOTIFICATIONS】Get an intelligent little pal to remind you of the incoming calls, text messages, apps, and calendars, alarm clock, weather forecast, and support controlling the music and camera of your smartphone.

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Specification: Amazfit Bip U Pro Smart Watch with Alexa Built-In for Men Women

Product Dimensions

1.61 x 1.39 x 0.44 inches

Connectivity technologies

Bluetooth

ASIN

B08JRZS7K3

Item model number

W2008OV1N

Batteries

1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

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Best Sellers Rank

#532 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #19 in Smartwatches

OS

Amazfit OS

Wireless communication technologies

Bluetooth

Item Weight

1.09 ounces

Special Features

Wireless

GPS

GPS Enabled

Other display features

Wireless

Device interface - primary

Touchscreen

Form Factor

Watch

Colour

Black

Included Components

User Manual, Warranty Card, Charger, Smart Watch

Manufacturer

Amazfit

Country of Origin

China

Date First Available

October 30, 2020

10 reviews for Amazfit Bip U Pro Smart Watch with Alexa Built-In for Men Women

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  1. Kindle CustomerKindle Customer

    I’ve been a Fitbit Charge 3/4 user for years, so when I switched to the Amazfit bip s, those are mostly what I’m comparing it to. If you’re wondering which one is right for you, or if you’re currently a fitbit user wondering how they compare, this may help. I had two charge 3s and then a charge 4 for a span of 3 years. Then, when my 4 died (out of warranty and due to something I found out was a common problem with Fitbit), I decided to see what else was out there that could meet my needs better. My main wants were 1) long battery life. I didn’t want to charge it every other day. 2) waterproof. I swim a lot, I kayak a lot, I shower a lot. I wanted it to be able to stand up to that. And 3) I WANTED TO SEE IT IN THE SUNLIGHT! The Bip s not only has it, but also met my other two requirements. I’d never heard of the amazfit brand before, but it had good reviews, so I gave it a shot. I’ve been wearing it daily for about a month, and here’s how it compares to the charge:Pros: YOU CAN SEE IT IN SUNLIGHT! All my exercise activities are outdoors in Florida. It’s sunny. I wanted to be able to see my step count, or scroll through menus on the watch, or SEE THE TIME when I was outside (a novel idea for a watch, right?) It was really that third requirement that led me to the Amazefit bip s. So few smart watches/fitness trackers offer the transflective lens that you need to use it in direct sunlight. Fitbit doesn’t. I couldn’t see a thing when I was outside with my charge. With the bip, I can see it clearly.Longer battery life than the charge. I was getting about 10 days of battery with the charge. I can go about twice that with the bip. It says it can do up to 40 days without the gps on, but I use the gps when I exercise, so I’m averaging about 20 days or so.Bigger color screen than the charge. I wasn’t sure if this was going to be a pro or a con since I didn’t want a massive watch face and I have small wrists, but I like the size. It’s bigger than the charge obviously, but it makes it easier to read and it’s got a bazillion watch faces you can choose from. (Note, I have a bumper shell on mine in the picture, which makes it slightly larger, but not bad).The app is easy to use and doesn’t lose connection with my watch. One of the things that made me crazy about the fitbit app is that it would randomly stop syncing with my watch every month or so. I’d have to delete and reinstall the app, delete the bluetooth and search again, and restart the watch. Super annoying. I’ve only had the bip for about a month so time will tell, but so far it hasn’t had any trouble syncing with my phone. It’s fast and it doesn’t dump me off.Long press of side button starts exercise recording. I bike a lot, and with the charge I’d have to scroll through the exercise menu on the watch, then find bike, then hit start, then go…it was a lot of scrolling and clicking to get it to record. With the bip s, you can program an exercise that you do a lot to start recording at the long press of the side button. I push the button for a few seconds and it starts recording my ride (with gps). I don’t even have to look at it to turn it on. Another bonus is that it automatically pauses when I stop biking (like while waiting at a crosswalk) and then automatically restarts when I start moving again. This is nice because it doesn’t include the wait times when calculating speed or actual biking time.Easy to change bands. The charge had special edges on their watch faces, so you had to buy a charge compatible band. The bip s can use any 20mm watch band with the pins, so you can change the band out to a lot more options. (As you can see in the picture, I’ve changed my band). The bip comes with the regular black athletic band, which added to the square face kind of make it look like an 80’s casio calculator watch. I put a blue bumper shell on mine to protect the edges and changed the band to something I like better for the office.Cons:Doesn’t play well with Myfitnesspal or Achievement. Fitbit could integrate with both of those apps that I use, but Amazfit doesn’t (yet? Please work on that). I got around it by linking Amazfit with Stava and then Strava to myfitnesspal and Achievement, but it’s clunky. Also, sometimes Strava records a different calorie burn than Amazfit did, so records in Myfitnesspal are not always accurate (although that could be a Strava problem). Something to note if those apps are important to you.App is missing some of the funtions that the fitbit app has. It’s pretty good at all the fitness related stuff, and I really enjoy the personal activity score that it gives you, but it lacks the food diary and the female cycle calendar that the fitbit app offers. There are other apps that can do that stuff, but it was nice having it all together in one place. Also, the main screen of the fitbit app could be customized so you were only seeing the information that you wanted to see, in the order that you wanted to see it. That doesn’t appear to be an option for the amazfit (or at least I haven’t figured out how to do it yet), so I’m seeing stuff I don’t want to see on the app and having to dig for some stuff that I do want.Sleep tracking may be a little off? The fall asleep and wake up times are pretty accurate, and it seems to know when I’m awake throughout the night, but the amazfit has yet to record any rem sleep for me, and it shows a lot less deep sleep than what the fitbit was reporting. I’m not sure which one is more accurate, but I’m assuming I’ve had rem sleep in the past month and the amazfit just isn’t picking it up.So far, I REALLY like the bip s. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of the fitbit app, but I’m finding that it does have what I need and I don’t really miss the rest. And the stuff that it does do, it does really well. Not to mention that it was half the price of the charge. If anything happens to this bip, I’ll certainly buy it again. I can’t say that about fitbit.

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  2. M. Sims

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     PROS:- Excellent clear, color screen! I was a lil concerned that it was not an Amoled screen, but looks great and vibrant.- SMS is larger fonts than on my other smart watches n bands and I do not need glasses to read text messages. (On video it is illustrated)- Alexa works fine. Very convenient on wrist.. So glad you do not need to use the Alexa word to activate because it wud set off machines in my house.- Music and Photo Shutter controls works as described.-Perfect size for a woman’s thin wrist at 1.4″.-Vibration is strong n you do not miss an alert.- Just got it on an Amazon sale.CONS:- Setup was horribly, took numerous attempts on Zepp. Works great now.- 9 day battery is a lil suspect. Still testing.- 4 watch faces sucks when u have to keep 2 of ice installed ones when customizing faces and are forced to delete one of the two personalized faces you created.- Sometimes the connection drops and you have to make sure Amazfit Tools is enabled/connected on your phone.To summarize, I really like it, but may switch up to the Mini 2 if it goes on sale for Veterans Day for the better battery life and the larger screen/less wasted space.

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  3. Sheena B

    You can find enough reviews about the pedometer, heart rate, sleep monitoring, notifications, battery, etc. I could not find many reviews regarding the GPS and thought if this information is important to me, someone else out there probably wants it also. Buckle up.Being my first, I looked for an inexpensive smart watch, under $50, that would track my running route without me having to take my phone along. (At this time, the Bip S is selling for $70. I purchased it before Christmas for $42.) While quite a few watches list “built-in GPS” in their product description, most in my price range use your phone’s GPS, meaning the watch has to be connected to the phone to track your route. The Bip S is one of five watches that I purchased and is the only one that met my needs. If you run, walk or bike outdoors, the watch will acquire your GPS location and then keep track of your route without having to be connected to your phone. I have found the GPS to be very accurate. When you stop your workout, the watch will display your route, but not on a map. The watch will hold your work out details (I’m not sure how many before the oldest gets deleted) which includes total workout time, pace, heart rate, calories, cadence and stride. Once you are connected to your phone, your route info and work out details will download to the Zepp App and/or any of these three exercise apps; Strava, Google Fit and Relive. The download to the Zepp app will show your route on a map and provide a lot more information about your workout. I use the Strava App. After the Bip S connects to your phone, your workout will appear on Strava with the data that the app collects. I’ve found that the Zepp app provides a much more detailed analysis. I believe any workout listed on the watch will track on your watch and then download the data collected to the Zepp app for that type of workout once connected to the phone. I have had no issues with the watch connecting to the phone and transferring data to the app and Strava. It is done seamlessly.I also want to say that the always on display is convenient. The brighter the outdoor light, the better the watch displays. Also, the watch is very customizable. There aren’t many instructions but, if you take the time to play with the app and the watch you can figure things out. You can designate which workout will start when you long press the side button. Items that you don’t want to monitor on the watch can be hidden and the information can be obtained in the Zepp app.I am disappointed with the display. It is a bit washed out and I only like one of the watch faces on the watch and none on the app. Luckily there are Amazfit Bip S apps in the Google Play Store (don’t know about iPhone) that provide more watch faces to choose that are colorful and vibrant or black and white, if that is your choice. Just search Amazfit.Overall, this watch is more than worth what I paid for it and is still a great value at $70.

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  4. thunk

    I am not against fitness. I work out on my home gym and ride my bike 20 miles or so almost every day. I just don’t care about goals or heart rates or tracking my ping pong game. Maybe I’m too old. I really like the BIP S as a watch though. Years ago when I got my first cell phone that could tell me the time, the old clunky timex went in the top drawer of the bureau never to see the light of day again. That was probably 40 year ago. In the last few years I have been exploring inexpensive fitness watches as a way to get quick unobtrusive access to the time of day without having a rock tied to my wrist. This one rocks for that purpose. Very functional always-on display, huge battery life, and feather weight. And you can replace the band with any standard 20mm watch band, some of which are very light and comfortable. Although I have turned off every function on the menu that could be turned off, there are a few things that are handy to have. The best thing about the software for this watch is that you can hide anything that you don’t want to have to sort through to find the stuff you do want. So I have the face with the three function buttons on it. (1) The exercise button for using the cycling or walking GPS to calculate the distance of routes that I haven’t tried before. (2) The stopwatch. (3) The compass (which I may never use, but handy in an emergency). So that’s it. The perfect dumb watch. I have a cellphone for everything else.

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  5. HoneyJL

    I have apple watch and it kills me that i have to charge every night for itIt is ok when you are at home but if you got out on a trip is really annoying to bring a extra charger for itLove this watch it give the basic info I needPrice is good!Tells the weather, send you the messages, give you heart rate ,Compass and workout stats and it last 40days in one charge!! been wareing it since thursday and sat it still have 83% of battery life40 days!!! well enough for any trip I take, one less charger means less things to bring.Very happy !

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  6. Marcus Stemple

    TL;DR: I bought the Bip U Pro for $60 about a month ago, and I’ve really enjoyed my first month wearing it and am glad that I bought it. It does everything I want it to and very little that I don’t need it to.The watch is very light, but still feels solidly built. The stock watch band is OK, but was cutting into my wrist a bit during extended wear, so I bought a nylon / velcro band for $8 and now I’m almost completely unaware I’m wearing it. The screen is bright and responsive, and registers my swipes and touches consistently. The raise-to-wake feature works 90% of the time, but could be slightly improved.The watch is perfect for me in that it provides accurate activity tracking and some other simple information (like weather and time), without any distractions. I have it connected to my phone through the Zepp app (which is surprisingly decent and has improved even in the last month), but I don’t have any of my notifications sent to my watch. The only times that my watch vibrates and notifies me are when it detects that I have been sitting for a while and it encourages me to stand up and do some exercises, which is helpful!GPS, heart-rate tracking and step-counting have all been accurate in my experience, tracking my outdoor runs and indoor workouts seamlessly. My activity syncs automatically with Strava, which simple to set up. There are a good variety of watch faces (~50), and some of them are customizable with different activity metrics or information, which is also great. There are a decent number of apps / features in the app menu, ranging from a Pomodoro Timer to a breathing trainer to Amazon Alexa. Most have been simple to understand and use, but I haven’t found myself using them often.The one really killer feature that I have mostly taken for granted (because it’s so non-invasive!) is the unbelievable battery life. The watch arrived at ~50% battery, and even with all the messing around with the watch and setup that I did in the first week, it still lasted a good week. Since then, I have charged it only twice, getting upwards of 10 days per charge. My wife has an Apple Watch Series 3, and she has to charge it much more frequently, which gets annoying.Overall, great buy with a few minor flaws that don’t impact the functionality of the watch. Buying this has made me more aware of my activity (or lack thereof), but hasn’t provided any further distractions and is almost invisible in my daily life. Big win in my book.

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  7. OctopusKyle 🐙OctopusKyle 🐙

    I caught this on a lightning deal for only $50 so I bought one each for my wife and me. This is the first smartwatch purchase for both of us, I previously owned a Fitbit Alta that quit working in 2019.I mainly wanted a device that tracks heart rate, which this does well enough. I don’t have a device for comparison, but after wearing it daily for several weeks now I feel pretty confident that the readings are fairly accurate.A feature I hadn’t really considered, but really like, is the sleep tracking. The newly renamed Zepp app tracks sleep and gives you a nightly sleep score, as well as breaks down your time spent in deep, light or REM stages. It’s actually been really helpful in getting me to engage in more mindful sleep practice.The battery life is as advertised, FANTASTIC. I have been putting it on the charger at 30% and i have only had to charge it twice since delivery.The tracking modes I’ve used for exercise work pretty well. The GPS tracking for outdoor running works really well! I have been very pleasantly surprised by how well it works, actually. It connects in a few seconds, maybe 10-15 at most in a dense urban area, and the few times I’ve used it running trails the connection works much faster.The app has many features I have yet to utilize, but there is plenty there, including means for tracking a whole slew of physical measurements, calorie counting, water intake, etc.It does basic notifications for texts, calls, has a music controller, but doesn’t have a ton of “true smartwatch” features, it’s definitely not meant to replace or even stand in for a phone.But, as a health and fitness tracker with 10+ days of battery life, a decent and improving companion app, and accurate GPS running tracking at this price point this watch is pretty great.

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  8. Mr Apollo

    Helpful to monitor my fitness and health in these times when no longer walk-commuting daily to work (working mostly from home) and skipping recreational vacations. It monitors my step count and sleep, and heart rate, to reasonably quantify trends in my levels of activity and stress. No watch will measure as well as an expensive medical instrument of recent vintage, but the Bip S data-keeping (with helpful zepp phone app) and always-with aspects give a good way to review trends and outlying days. Mystifying how it measures sleep, but the rating in the app correlates with how I feel the next day.Having it notify on my wrist with vibration is an improvement over cell phone noises for incoming SMS, voice calls, and calendar reminders. The phone may not be handy or may be buried in pocket; I have been missing some voice calls from not having phone easily reachable (such as when biking or driving) but still within bluetooth range of the watch. Now the notify on watch is right there.Data seem to move reliably from watch into the Zepp phone app on a Samsung phone. Zepp seems good enough for trend tracking. I do not have to have the phone on person 100% of the time for the health data, unlike when the phone does step tracking.Always-visible display is nice, more like a “real” watch where you don’t have to dance or gesture to see what time it is. Battery life has been 1-2 weeks, reasonable also given that it charges in less than 2 hours from <20%.

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  9. austinguy

    I’m pleasantly surprised and impressed with this little device. I wanted a fitness tracker that wasn’t going to cost me hundreds of dollars so took a chance on the Bip U Pro. In short… Not one regret. The app is quite robust and presents a lot of information. Seems to be fairly accurate for the most part. Sure you get the occasional data that simply can’t be real, but that’s hardly something to get too upset about. Battery life is also great. Wore mine for eight days straight and it was still at 11%. Truthfully, I probably had at least one more day, possibly two. No fancy bells and whistles here, but you probably wouldn’t be reading these particular reviews if that was what you’re into. But if you’re looking for your new workout buddy, you might want to give this a shot.

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  10. Toni CToni C

    I really like this sports watch. It has now been a week since I charged it for the first time. Now the watch is in my 7th day of heavy use and still has 33% charge left. This watch has been tracking perfectly. Everything from my sleep patterns to my fitness tracking, this unit has been right on the money. I really like having so many choices of watch faces to choose from. The band is very comfortable and most times I don’t even feel the watch on my wrist. There is a lot of features packed into the tracker for the money. My 3 year old Fitbit cannot even compare to this watch. I would definitely recommend this sports tracker many times over.

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