• Smarthealth Walking Fit Activity Tracker - Black - Large
Smarthealth Walking Fit Activity Tracker - Black - Large

Smarthealth Walking Fit Activity Tracker - Black - Large

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  • Instantly Measures: Steps, Calorie Burn, Distance
  • One Button Pulse/Heart Rate
  • Stores 1- Day Memory
  • No Set Up Required
  • Includes Denise Austin Walking Guide

Customer Reviews

WON'T WORK AFTER BATTERY REPLACEMENTI really like the features of the watch . However, after a whole 6 months the battery died and when I re-placed it with 2 different brand new batteries it did not work. Blank screen, nothing, nada. I know it wasn't expensive but I expected to be able to put it a new battery and have it work!3Works excellent. Edit June 2015.Ended up with another one, and its working fine. Not as accurate as the consumers choice of the hip Omron, (which I still have and is most accurate pedometer on market)...but still pretty good, SUPER SIMPLE, watch, heart rate (very accurate) and step motivator. Not the prettiest thing, ...but ok. For the price, definitely recommend for a wrist stepper.Was ok, at first , but then the stepper stopped working, counting. Could not reset only one thing, such as steps, the whole watch reset. Only kept one day of memory.I have done extensive research on "watch" pedometers, for the last 2 months, even the high end fit bit, (bought and returned), jaw up, etc....and no matter the price, 20 or 200.00, ...they are simply no where near as accurate as the hip pedometers , as far as steps, which is most important for me. I have had the Omron H112,(bought that due to the consistent high ratings for a pedometer accuracy, anEDIT DEC 2015So I still have my smart health walk fit. Over the past year, as mentioned..I have tried fit bit,...fit bit flex, returned 2......I recently read about the vivofit 2,...bought it.....3 days in.So today,I put on my hip Omron pedometer..(39 dollars bought 3 yrs ago...which still comes up at top of list for accuracy by consumer reports...you cant beat this one. calories, steps distance, aerobic steps.)....I wore the omron,...,my new vivofit 2, and the smart health walk fit....all at the same time. The vivofit 2, like the fit bit...was off over 500 steps....consistently. The smart health walk fit...consistently was only off 100 or less, which is damn good for a wrist style pedo. The other smart health is only a watch and pedometer and apparently you have to start the count. This watch, the walk Fit...does it all automatically. No tech bs to sync and all of that....so for the price, motivation and track steps ,this is a great product. If it had a vibrating reminder and 7 day memory, it'd be perfect,then though I guess you get too into the digital stuff, which makes the accuracy worse. Seems all the more expensive gadgets that sync and stuff,are DEFINITELY less accurate than the ones with less technology and bells and whistles.Update December 2016. I still have my smart Health walking fit watch. I tried the Fitbit 4 10 times as much money and returned it. I find the Fitbit and a couple other expensive wrist pedometers to be very inaccurate. A wrist pedometer will never be as accurate as say the Omron that you clip to a belt. But for the money this is a great one. The heart rate monitor is quite accurate. And again for a wrist watch pedometer it is usually within one 100 - 150 steps which isn't bad. 5Quite a good product, and at $15 it's a steal!I bought this primarily for the Heart Rate monitor. I had a Smart Health product for nearly 10 years and finally band broke. Smart Health method for heart rate is easy, accurate (checked against my BP monitor), and fast. Even if you buy this just to be a waterproof watch, you can't go wrong. Paces counted seems reasonably accurate. Distance ...so far, I think it reads low. I docked one star, because it came with a weak battery. All functions worked, but the HR was unreliable. I installed a new battery ( I have lots of these 50 cent items), and now HR is great. My guess is the stock is old, so battery maybe weak....regardless, I love it, and even at $30 I would have bought it!4Watch Runs On Time...Customer Service Doesn't!I received my first delivery of the item within a few days of ordering, making me very pleased. I found one feature (heart rate function) didn't work properly, so I called the company's customer service dept. reps, who I found to be pleasant and responsive to my problem. They directed me to ship the item back to them. I sent it back ((at my expense, which I thought should have been their expense, it being their problem.), but nonetheless I did anyway. I tracked the shipment, and they received it within 3-4 days. I waited for my returned watch for two weeks, and not having received it, I called back to customer service. Three days later I got a call telling me that my watch was shipped that day. (What was the holdup?) It still took another 10 days from then to get it. All in all, the replacement transaction took almost a month. Although the new one works fine, during the wait time I had become disillusioned at what appears to be a lackadaisical approach to true customer service. Is it due to "slackers" who handle the problems, or is their return system set up to be sluggish? Since i've only had my replacement watch for a few days, I've yet to put it though its paces. I certainly hope it is more accurate and efficient than the problem handlers on the company side.3GREAT WATCH TO ENCOURAGE ACTIVITYI am a senior citizen and I walk to retain my mobility. This watch records my distance, calories burned, and steps taken every day for the 45 minute walk. I wear it from morning to night to see just how my search for fitness is proceeding. I think there must be something within the watch that records calories burned according to my personal stats because I had to enter my age, height, and weight when I set it up. Therefore, it records calories burned while sitting on the table overnight. I believe this must be because these is a standard for calories burned based on my personal information. I just reset the calories burned to zero every morning when I put it on. I love it because it encourages me to get up and get going. No steps are recorded when sitting in a chair!!5Nicely designed, easy to use, BUT...In an age in which everything is so complicated (menus within menus, pull-downs, pop-ups, etc.) it was refreshing to purchase an item that is so well-designed and simple to use. I purchased it just to monitor my pulse rate while exercising (on my doctor's recommendation) and to get a rough idea of how far I walk on an average day. This watch is not as accurate as the expensive (GPS) models, but, for the price, it was perfect for my needs. My only complaints (after using it for about a month): sometimes I have to try 3 or 4 times before getting a pulse reading (the watch has to be positioned just right over your wrist) and the end of the wrist band doesn't stay put because the loop moves around. But I'm happy with it for my purposes. If you want absolute precision, this watch is not for you; but if you don't want to spend a lot of money and just want to monitor your pulse and distance walked to get a general idea of how you're doing, I think this watch is fine.P.S. The day after I posted my glowing review, the right side of the screen on the watch went out (i.e. the last digit on each readout has disappeared). I've had it less than a month and have taken care of it (i.e. I didn't drop it or anything). I guess this is yet another in a long line of "made-in-China" disappointments: well-designed but poorly manufactured.3Excellent and very efficient Multi Function Fitness Watch, Highly RecomendI bouth this watch 6 years ago when fitness watch were very expensive. This was affordable but for my surprise it works great.Baterry die (by frecuent use) and can't find to replace it in affordable price. So i decide to go with smart watch... very dissapointed cause the reading of those fancy smart watches are crazy and unrealistic and ended send it back. Searching here in Amazon i found they have the watch :the right watch:, im so please that i found it and came in 2 days.The Pro:--Have time set for am/pm, ligh for night and very bright and large numbers in the screen so in intensive sun or very dark you can still see it without eye glasses.--Water resistance ip to 50 meters. But buttoms cant be use when is wet (be aware of that)--On the part of Smart health watch; have 3 different setting: Low, med, high that will be the intensity of your workouts. I recomend to set in low becuase is more realistic your reading. The features of step count, distance and calory burn is low setting are very accurate.--Can be custumize for you (age, gender, weight hight)--Stylish, comes in 2 colors white or black, the female is plain white with blue and silver details , the belt is nice cause i have wide wrist nad fits perfect.Also is pretty. --The best feature is the Hearth rate monitor (thats why i bought it) is very accurate cause i compare tisi with a real hearth rate monitor and is very accurate.--Very easy to set up, come with a manual with a very easy large print instrucctions.--The Plus= come with a booklet from Desise Austin "Beginners Walking & Fitness Guide" if you follow the recomendations (which are very simple) you gonna loose weight for real.I'm very picky buyer, when i want something have to worth my money. Also have to work what is meatn to be. Theres a lot smart watches in the market with tons of promises to do amazing things... at the end the reality is aint realistic is just a fancy expensive trend.... I bough this watch because it worth it, plain and simple.It so good that im planning to get the black one.Note: I did this review with the only purpose of sharing a realistic experince in reference to other buyers who are looking for good, quality, money woth products. It all form my good will, hope this review can helps others.5Great fit tracker but....Great watch for the price but...2 things... first make sure you've tested and worked the watch as described ...then learn how to change the battery..I purchased two watches one for myself and one for the hubby...I used mine continuously for over a year no problems ...he didn't and when he finally took it out of the box everything worked except the pulse reading which is the primary reason for use. And yes we did replace the battery on mine but it was an ordeal ...we needed to use fine tipped jewelers tools to remove the battery covering device then replaced the battery and viola it worked great. We had to order another fit tracker for him but at the cheap prices who cares the watch is easy to use....but honestly we did write down exactly how we were able to change the battery due to the sequence needed to remove battery cover and do so correctly...the manufacturer should have included these instructions in the paperwork because it's not hard but... you do need to know how to do it properly. Good luck folks!4Not accurateI purchased this watch primarily to count my daily steps but it is far from accurate. I also wear a FitBit and a pedometer that I clip to my waistband. Obviously I like gadgets. The FitBit and the pedometer show similar number of daily steps but the watch is way off. Today, for instance, I show about 6,500 steps on both the FitBit and pedometer but the watch only shows 3,400, so that is a large discrepancy. I usually do the required 10,000 steps daily but this watch never gets me anywhere near it. I wear it on my wrist and it is not slipping on my wrist. It is just not accurate in counting steps. It does provide the correct time.1Worked somewhat acceptably for less than 2 weeks.Because I don't want any of the fancy wireless/smart fitness tracker watches, but only need something that will check heart rate and count distance and steps for a walking regimen, this affordable watch seemed to fit the bill perfectly. However, I discovered the following:It consistently overcounted the distance, even when checked against a regulation measured track. For instance it read a measured .25 mile as .33 mile. But since I do most of my walking on said highschool track, that wasn't a deal killer.It also overcounted my steps, despite my having entered all the proper info into the watch's Setup. Overcounting ranged from 50 steps to more than 100. Not good but I resigned myself to not paying attention to "steps" anymore. Still, irksome.At least the heart rate monitor worked. Until it completely stopped working after less than 2 weeks of use (and "use" meaning one walk per day, not wearing it 24/7 either). The heart rate function would activite but then simply flash blankly, with no readout, until it automatically reset itself to display the time. Since the heart rate monitor is the most important function for me, this renders the watch useless.Thus, it's going back for a refund. No idea which one I will try next, because I can't afford to spend $200+ on one of the bells-and-whistles models (don't have a smartphone anyway) and cannot wear a chest strap style monitor.Guess you get what you pay for.1Fast, easy, ONE-STEP to get the heartrate count...love it.Love it, I wanted this mostly for checking heartrate during exercise. It is great for that bc it is a simple, fast ONE STEP maneuver. I had bought a watch b4 this one w/o realizing it was a TWO STEP process, annoying...bc when you're huffing and puffing and moving or walking, you don't need to press ONE button to get into the "heartrate mode function" only to have to press ANOTHER button to get the reading. For the same money, I bought this one, and this was perfect, one button, immediate results. It sets time, am or pm, and calories, steps, and distance...I don't need more than that...in addition, the packaging is gift worthy, very nice to give to someone. The previous watch came in a pushed-in flimsy box, and the instructions inside looked like they were a cheap Photostat copy. This one comes in a sturdy clamshell package, colorful illustrations, visually pleasing, and inside is a booklet with directions and another one with Denise Austin info to access. Like I said, for a small amt of money, a good deal!5
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Description
  • Instantly Measures: Steps, Calorie Burn, Distance
  • One Button Pulse/Heart Rate
  • Stores 1- Day Memory
  • No Set Up Required
  • Includes Denise Austin Walking Guide
Reviews

Customer Reviews

WON'T WORK AFTER BATTERY REPLACEMENTI really like the features of the watch . However, after a whole 6 months the battery died and when I re-placed it with 2 different brand new batteries it did not work. Blank screen, nothing, nada. I know it wasn't expensive but I expected to be able to put it a new battery and have it work!3Works excellent. Edit June 2015.Ended up with another one, and its working fine. Not as accurate as the consumers choice of the hip Omron, (which I still have and is most accurate pedometer on market)...but still pretty good, SUPER SIMPLE, watch, heart rate (very accurate) and step motivator. Not the prettiest thing, ...but ok. For the price, definitely recommend for a wrist stepper.Was ok, at first , but then the stepper stopped working, counting. Could not reset only one thing, such as steps, the whole watch reset. Only kept one day of memory.I have done extensive research on "watch" pedometers, for the last 2 months, even the high end fit bit, (bought and returned), jaw up, etc....and no matter the price, 20 or 200.00, ...they are simply no where near as accurate as the hip pedometers , as far as steps, which is most important for me. I have had the Omron H112,(bought that due to the consistent high ratings for a pedometer accuracy, anEDIT DEC 2015So I still have my smart health walk fit. Over the past year, as mentioned..I have tried fit bit,...fit bit flex, returned 2......I recently read about the vivofit 2,...bought it.....3 days in.So today,I put on my hip Omron pedometer..(39 dollars bought 3 yrs ago...which still comes up at top of list for accuracy by consumer reports...you cant beat this one. calories, steps distance, aerobic steps.)....I wore the omron,...,my new vivofit 2, and the smart health walk fit....all at the same time. The vivofit 2, like the fit bit...was off over 500 steps....consistently. The smart health walk fit...consistently was only off 100 or less, which is damn good for a wrist style pedo. The other smart health is only a watch and pedometer and apparently you have to start the count. This watch, the walk Fit...does it all automatically. No tech bs to sync and all of that....so for the price, motivation and track steps ,this is a great product. If it had a vibrating reminder and 7 day memory, it'd be perfect,then though I guess you get too into the digital stuff, which makes the accuracy worse. Seems all the more expensive gadgets that sync and stuff,are DEFINITELY less accurate than the ones with less technology and bells and whistles.Update December 2016. I still have my smart Health walking fit watch. I tried the Fitbit 4 10 times as much money and returned it. I find the Fitbit and a couple other expensive wrist pedometers to be very inaccurate. A wrist pedometer will never be as accurate as say the Omron that you clip to a belt. But for the money this is a great one. The heart rate monitor is quite accurate. And again for a wrist watch pedometer it is usually within one 100 - 150 steps which isn't bad. 5Quite a good product, and at $15 it's a steal!I bought this primarily for the Heart Rate monitor. I had a Smart Health product for nearly 10 years and finally band broke. Smart Health method for heart rate is easy, accurate (checked against my BP monitor), and fast. Even if you buy this just to be a waterproof watch, you can't go wrong. Paces counted seems reasonably accurate. Distance ...so far, I think it reads low. I docked one star, because it came with a weak battery. All functions worked, but the HR was unreliable. I installed a new battery ( I have lots of these 50 cent items), and now HR is great. My guess is the stock is old, so battery maybe weak....regardless, I love it, and even at $30 I would have bought it!4Watch Runs On Time...Customer Service Doesn't!I received my first delivery of the item within a few days of ordering, making me very pleased. I found one feature (heart rate function) didn't work properly, so I called the company's customer service dept. reps, who I found to be pleasant and responsive to my problem. They directed me to ship the item back to them. I sent it back ((at my expense, which I thought should have been their expense, it being their problem.), but nonetheless I did anyway. I tracked the shipment, and they received it within 3-4 days. I waited for my returned watch for two weeks, and not having received it, I called back to customer service. Three days later I got a call telling me that my watch was shipped that day. (What was the holdup?) It still took another 10 days from then to get it. All in all, the replacement transaction took almost a month. Although the new one works fine, during the wait time I had become disillusioned at what appears to be a lackadaisical approach to true customer service. Is it due to "slackers" who handle the problems, or is their return system set up to be sluggish? Since i've only had my replacement watch for a few days, I've yet to put it though its paces. I certainly hope it is more accurate and efficient than the problem handlers on the company side.3GREAT WATCH TO ENCOURAGE ACTIVITYI am a senior citizen and I walk to retain my mobility. This watch records my distance, calories burned, and steps taken every day for the 45 minute walk. I wear it from morning to night to see just how my search for fitness is proceeding. I think there must be something within the watch that records calories burned according to my personal stats because I had to enter my age, height, and weight when I set it up. Therefore, it records calories burned while sitting on the table overnight. I believe this must be because these is a standard for calories burned based on my personal information. I just reset the calories burned to zero every morning when I put it on. I love it because it encourages me to get up and get going. No steps are recorded when sitting in a chair!!5Nicely designed, easy to use, BUT...In an age in which everything is so complicated (menus within menus, pull-downs, pop-ups, etc.) it was refreshing to purchase an item that is so well-designed and simple to use. I purchased it just to monitor my pulse rate while exercising (on my doctor's recommendation) and to get a rough idea of how far I walk on an average day. This watch is not as accurate as the expensive (GPS) models, but, for the price, it was perfect for my needs. My only complaints (after using it for about a month): sometimes I have to try 3 or 4 times before getting a pulse reading (the watch has to be positioned just right over your wrist) and the end of the wrist band doesn't stay put because the loop moves around. But I'm happy with it for my purposes. If you want absolute precision, this watch is not for you; but if you don't want to spend a lot of money and just want to monitor your pulse and distance walked to get a general idea of how you're doing, I think this watch is fine.P.S. The day after I posted my glowing review, the right side of the screen on the watch went out (i.e. the last digit on each readout has disappeared). I've had it less than a month and have taken care of it (i.e. I didn't drop it or anything). I guess this is yet another in a long line of "made-in-China" disappointments: well-designed but poorly manufactured.3Excellent and very efficient Multi Function Fitness Watch, Highly RecomendI bouth this watch 6 years ago when fitness watch were very expensive. This was affordable but for my surprise it works great.Baterry die (by frecuent use) and can't find to replace it in affordable price. So i decide to go with smart watch... very dissapointed cause the reading of those fancy smart watches are crazy and unrealistic and ended send it back. Searching here in Amazon i found they have the watch :the right watch:, im so please that i found it and came in 2 days.The Pro:--Have time set for am/pm, ligh for night and very bright and large numbers in the screen so in intensive sun or very dark you can still see it without eye glasses.--Water resistance ip to 50 meters. But buttoms cant be use when is wet (be aware of that)--On the part of Smart health watch; have 3 different setting: Low, med, high that will be the intensity of your workouts. I recomend to set in low becuase is more realistic your reading. The features of step count, distance and calory burn is low setting are very accurate.--Can be custumize for you (age, gender, weight hight)--Stylish, comes in 2 colors white or black, the female is plain white with blue and silver details , the belt is nice cause i have wide wrist nad fits perfect.Also is pretty. --The best feature is the Hearth rate monitor (thats why i bought it) is very accurate cause i compare tisi with a real hearth rate monitor and is very accurate.--Very easy to set up, come with a manual with a very easy large print instrucctions.--The Plus= come with a booklet from Desise Austin "Beginners Walking & Fitness Guide" if you follow the recomendations (which are very simple) you gonna loose weight for real.I'm very picky buyer, when i want something have to worth my money. Also have to work what is meatn to be. Theres a lot smart watches in the market with tons of promises to do amazing things... at the end the reality is aint realistic is just a fancy expensive trend.... I bough this watch because it worth it, plain and simple.It so good that im planning to get the black one.Note: I did this review with the only purpose of sharing a realistic experince in reference to other buyers who are looking for good, quality, money woth products. It all form my good will, hope this review can helps others.5Great fit tracker but....Great watch for the price but...2 things... first make sure you've tested and worked the watch as described ...then learn how to change the battery..I purchased two watches one for myself and one for the hubby...I used mine continuously for over a year no problems ...he didn't and when he finally took it out of the box everything worked except the pulse reading which is the primary reason for use. And yes we did replace the battery on mine but it was an ordeal ...we needed to use fine tipped jewelers tools to remove the battery covering device then replaced the battery and viola it worked great. We had to order another fit tracker for him but at the cheap prices who cares the watch is easy to use....but honestly we did write down exactly how we were able to change the battery due to the sequence needed to remove battery cover and do so correctly...the manufacturer should have included these instructions in the paperwork because it's not hard but... you do need to know how to do it properly. Good luck folks!4Not accurateI purchased this watch primarily to count my daily steps but it is far from accurate. I also wear a FitBit and a pedometer that I clip to my waistband. Obviously I like gadgets. The FitBit and the pedometer show similar number of daily steps but the watch is way off. Today, for instance, I show about 6,500 steps on both the FitBit and pedometer but the watch only shows 3,400, so that is a large discrepancy. I usually do the required 10,000 steps daily but this watch never gets me anywhere near it. I wear it on my wrist and it is not slipping on my wrist. It is just not accurate in counting steps. It does provide the correct time.1Worked somewhat acceptably for less than 2 weeks.Because I don't want any of the fancy wireless/smart fitness tracker watches, but only need something that will check heart rate and count distance and steps for a walking regimen, this affordable watch seemed to fit the bill perfectly. However, I discovered the following:It consistently overcounted the distance, even when checked against a regulation measured track. For instance it read a measured .25 mile as .33 mile. But since I do most of my walking on said highschool track, that wasn't a deal killer.It also overcounted my steps, despite my having entered all the proper info into the watch's Setup. Overcounting ranged from 50 steps to more than 100. Not good but I resigned myself to not paying attention to "steps" anymore. Still, irksome.At least the heart rate monitor worked. Until it completely stopped working after less than 2 weeks of use (and "use" meaning one walk per day, not wearing it 24/7 either). The heart rate function would activite but then simply flash blankly, with no readout, until it automatically reset itself to display the time. Since the heart rate monitor is the most important function for me, this renders the watch useless.Thus, it's going back for a refund. No idea which one I will try next, because I can't afford to spend $200+ on one of the bells-and-whistles models (don't have a smartphone anyway) and cannot wear a chest strap style monitor.Guess you get what you pay for.1Fast, easy, ONE-STEP to get the heartrate count...love it.Love it, I wanted this mostly for checking heartrate during exercise. It is great for that bc it is a simple, fast ONE STEP maneuver. I had bought a watch b4 this one w/o realizing it was a TWO STEP process, annoying...bc when you're huffing and puffing and moving or walking, you don't need to press ONE button to get into the "heartrate mode function" only to have to press ANOTHER button to get the reading. For the same money, I bought this one, and this was perfect, one button, immediate results. It sets time, am or pm, and calories, steps, and distance...I don't need more than that...in addition, the packaging is gift worthy, very nice to give to someone. The previous watch came in a pushed-in flimsy box, and the instructions inside looked like they were a cheap Photostat copy. This one comes in a sturdy clamshell package, colorful illustrations, visually pleasing, and inside is a booklet with directions and another one with Denise Austin info to access. Like I said, for a small amt of money, a good deal!5
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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