Amazfit - First Look - Oct 20th, 2020
Amazon Halo & Amazfit X -Second Look - Jan 11, 2021
Due to various issues I decided to move away from the crowd-funded Amazfit X that I had been using as an activity tracker for the past few years. Its sleep tracking (my primary use) suddenly became less accurate and it started to consistently misreport my sleep duration. I would go to bed around 10 pm, falling asleep within a few minutes. Then the next day it would show my sleep starting at 1am or 2 am, etc. Clearly, a very undesirable situation. After checking Google and reading about various trackers, I decide to go ahead and sprang for a year's subscription to Whoop.
Another reason to get a working solution is that I am going to be paying a lot more attention to my activity levels and sleep quality, see Biological Age Testing.
The unboxing photos:
The companion app is downloaded from Google Play:
You need to charge the Whoop, pair it with your phone, and then it starts collecting your information and building a baseline over your first 30 days... More to come once this has taken place!
Whoop Band Review (Sleepfoundation)
Only athletes should give a whoop about Whoop (The Verge)
Whoop 4.0 review: more whimper than whoop (Digital Trends)
Whoop 4.0 Review (2023): The Best Fitness Tracker out There? (Garage Gym Reviews)
Whoop YouTube Reviews: