Do Fitness Trackers Suck? – Xinyung Fitness Tracker Smart Watch Review

Am I really going to use a fitness tracker? Really? Welcome to The Hippie Geeks. If you enjoy this video, be sure to subscribe
and hit the bell notification icon to catch all our new content! Today I am taking a look at the Xinyung Fitness
Tracker Smart Watch. I wanted to try out a fitness tracker, but
not for the reason you might think. Yes, these fitness trackers can tell you how
many steps you take, how many times your heart beats per minute and what your blood pressure
is. You can check your blood’s oxygen level, see
how hard you are working out and control media on your phone. The thing that I was interested in however,
was the sleep tracking function. I do not get a lot of sleep, typically somewhere
in the range of five hours per night. We are night owls, and I have to squeeze in
video editing time somewhere which ends up being between 9PM and 2AM. Some mornings I wake up considerably more
tired than others, and I wanted some way to track how well I was sleeping, compared to
how I feel. With that said, let�s take a look at the
various functions that it has. The first screen that comes up is the watch,
which I have set to show the time, the date and how many steps I have taken that day. Next is the screen showing how many steps
you have taken, how far that has been and how many calories you have burned doing it. Up next is the sleep tracker, followed by
the heart beats per minute tracker and then the training screen. After that is the weather, then messages followed
by the blood pressure tracker. After that you have the blood oxygen level
tracker, then the camera controls, media player controls and finally the settings screen. To use each of the screens, you just touch
and hold the circle at the bottom of the screen when you are on the tool that you want to
use. The first one you can do is the heart rate
monitor, which takes a couple of seconds to complete. The blood pressure monitor also takes a couple
of seconds, and seems to read fairly accurately, but just a bit higher than what I usually
am at. Finally there is the blood oxygen level test,
which should show somewhere from 95% to 98%. To use this Fitness tracker, you need to download
and install the Da Fit app for your phone or tablet. Once you have it installed, you can pull up
this screen to show how you slept the night before, in this case it shows that I got just
over 6 hours of sleep, with an hour of it being restful. The app will keep track of several days worth
of data, so you can go back to compare the results day to day, and see what your results
have been. Now, I know that it is not going to be the
most accurate thing in the universe as this is a super affordable fitness tracker, but
it should be good enough to compare the results to itself, day after day. So far, it has been spectacular. The battery life is great, it is very comfortable
and it is completely waterproof, which is a bonus as I wore it into the shower without
thinking and it made it out alive. If you are looking for an affordable fitness
tracker that looks good and works great, I completely recommend trying out the Xinyung
Fitness Tracker Smart Watch. If you do want to check it out, we will have
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1 Comment

  1. wow! amazing review!

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