Amazfit pace GPS smartwatch review

The Amazfit Pace smartwatch is available these days. Pace is a GPS-enabled watch with up to eleven days of battery life. The onboard music storage allows for phone-free much more and jogging while tracking your essential metrics like Pace, cadence, space, time, heartbeat and more. Receive notifications for e-mails, messages, incoming calls and other apps.


The Look

The Amazfit Pace is a smartwatch not unlike something like the Moto 360 Sport. It is a round watch with a 45mm body and a 38mm screen. It does not feel excessively chunky when distressed and is possibly about 15mm thick which is not too bad at all. Unlike the Moto 360 Sport the Amazfit Pace has removable and replaceable watch band significance in the event you wanted to, you can transform the watchband to something different if it becomes worn out of if you just need to switch up just how it appears.

Talking of the band, the default group is quite respectable. It’s made of silicone rubber, making it soft and comfy. It does not appear to pick up lint or dirt like other silicone bands do though you’ll nevertheless want to scrub it from time to time from perspiration.

The surface of the watch itself is clean and extremely appealing featuring a ceramic frame that is polished. It’s the appearance of metal but is likely to be more resistant to scratch. On the side is only one button which is largely used to only to either wake or put the watch into standby mode.

Amazfit Pace GPS Smartwatch Review 2017

Teachnical Specs

  • Display size: 1.34” / 320×300 px
  • Type: Always-on transflective color LCD touch screen
  • Weight: 1.9 oz / 54.5 g
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz Core
  • Storage: 4GB Total
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Connection: Bluetooth 4.0 / BLE + WiFi
  • Battery life: 5 days regular use / 11 days basic use
  • Water resistance: IP67, resistant to water and dust
  • Heart rate sensor: Optical (PPG)
  • GPS + GLONASS

Amazfit Pace GPS Smartwatch Review 2017

Features

The Amazfit Pace uses its own proprietary O/S that is astonishingly good. Like most fitness-minded wearables, the Pace can track steps taken, distance has a heart rate monitor, and can even track your sleep habits. Additionally, it may record special activities like walking and be running and thanks to built-in GPS, it could record where these activities took place along with the path you took. On top of this, it has a few extras that go beyond fitness such as such as a five-day weather forecast and a built-in compass. It even does notifications from your smartphone if you want to be notified of important events like calls, texts, meetings, etc.

The Amazefit Pace is easy to use thanks to a fully touchscreen empowered navigation that relies on swipes and taps. The apps it does contain are really all.I ever used once I wore my Moto 360 Sport while the watch does not have the ability to install new apps like an Android Wear apparatus would.

For the most part, most of the data collected seem accurate. Steps counting, for instance, looks on par with what I had been getting with Moto 360 Sport and my Fitbit. The heart rate monitor nevertheless has its quirks. Occasionally it appears accurate while other times it appears like it’s manner away. I propose running it a few times only to be certain. Slumber tracking too seems to be on the level in what my Fitbit tracks.

Key features:

ACTIVITY & SPORTS TRACKING: Track daily activities, sleep, running, cross country run, and other sports. An icon representing Listen to music without having to carry your phone.

PHONE-FREE MUSIC: Listen to music without having to carry your phone. An icon representing Built-in GPS and GLONASS tracks your route and distance.

There’s additionally the skill to download music by using the enclosed USB cable. There’s about 2gb of available onboard memory that is big enough to hold a playlist of songs for most workouts.

GPS: Built-in GPS and GLONASS tracks your route and distance. An icon representing Optical heart rate sensor for Amazfit Arc and Pace.

HEART RATE: Optical heart rate sensor for Amazfit Arc and Pace. The icon representing Receive notifications for incoming calls, messages, and other apps.

NOTIFICATIONS: Receive notifications for incoming calls, messages and other apps. An icon representing The display is always on and easily readable under bright sunlight.

ALWAYS-ON DISPLAY: The display is always on and easily readable under bright sunlight. An icon representing Analyze your sleep patterns.

SLEEP TRACKING: Analyze your sleep patterns. An icon representing 5 days of battery life. 35 hours with continuous GPS and heart rate tracking.

LONG LASTING BATTERY: Another plus that is noticeable is the crazy battery life the Amazfit Pace has, 5 days of battery life, 35 hours with continuous GPS and heart rate tracking. With my Moto 360 Sport, I had to charge that watch everyone or two days depending on what I did with it. Together with the Amazfit Pace, I could get at least four to five days of use before I have to charge again. That really helps because if your watch is sitting on your own nightstand charging, how can you monitor something like your sleep routines?

Conclusion

I truly want to enjoy the Amazfit Pace. The hardware is very nice looking and I just like the truth that it uses polished ceramic for better scratch resistance. I also really like the fact the watchband might be swapped, unlike the Moto 360 Sport. The OS on it appears extremely snappy and you will find a few genuinely useful programs on it, mostly everything a fitness buff would have to make use of. It has such potential to be an incredible fitness watch and also the sole thing holding it back is the lack of integration, but that’ll change real soon.