The Amazfit Band 7 is a budget fitness tracker that packs a lot of features for its price of $50. It offers continuous heart rate, blood oxygen, and stress tracking, sleep tracking, training metrics like VO2 Max, recovery time, and training effect, abnormal heart rate, SpO2, and stress alerts, menstrual cycle tracking, and more. The Band 7 also comes with Amazon Alexa, push notifications, quick replies, media controls, and stress tracking, among other features. It has a 1.47-inch OLED display and a long battery life of over two weeks. However, the Band 7 has some drawbacks. It is difficult to put on one-handed, sometimes experiencing GPS issues, and the Zepp app isn’t as polished as those of bigger-name brands. The device is best for casual activities such as walking, yoga, and bodyweight strength training. While the Band 7 may not be a glamorous device, it offers a solid feature set for people who want to move more at an affordable price.
Where Have All the Budget Trackers Gone? A Review of the Amazfit Band 7.
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