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- 70AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE8 ReviewsMacworld60You get what you pay for with this fitness trackerSome inaccuracies might be expected in a $25 fitness band, but Wyze has built its name on delivering quality products for low prices and the result with the band were surprising. Yes it’s impressive that the Wyze Band has a heart-rate sensor for $25, but if it’s not accurate it becomes a detriment.Tom's Guide70Wyze's $25 fitness tracker has clever features, but a couple quirks tooThe Wyze Band puts Alexa on your wrist for $25, plus it has a week-long battery life and is well-integrated with the company’s other smart home devices. But underwhelming fitness features and a couple quirks make it a so-so everyday wearable.PC Mag80An entry-level fitness tracker with smart home controlsIf you’re in the market for an entry-level fitness tracker and/or you own other Wyze or Alexa-connected smart home devices you want to control from your wrist, the Wyze Band is a terrific choice. In many ways it's comparable with the $100 Fitbit Inspire HR and Samsung Galaxy Fit, but only costs a quarter of the price.Android Central80A worthy $25 fitness tracker with Alexa onboardWhile it may not have all of the features that you might want, the Wyze Band offers a lot more than you'd probably expect for only $25, and I only expect it to get better over time. This first fitness tracker from Wyze is ideal for first-timers who aren't drawn to the social aspects of apps like Strava and Fitbit. With its connection to the smart home and Alexa, as well as its color screen and great battery life, this band should exceed most people's expectations, just as it did mine.Android Police40One critical flaw ruins a promising fitness trackerIf all you want is a cheap and simple device for tracking steps, the Wyze Band can certainly do that. However, the main selling point of the product -- the ability to control smart home devices and use general Alexa commands -- doesn't work unless you periodically make sure the Wyze app is still open in the background of your phone. No other wearable platform that I've tried works this way, and it makes for an incredibly frustrating experience.Digital Trends80Put this tracker on your radarWhile it’s not perfect, it is a nifty tracker for the price. It lacks the ability to connect with your phone to check messages or track specific exercises other than running, but it does have the ability to control your smart home devices. The Alexa capability is a big add for such a low-cost band.The Gadgeteer70Wyze Scale and Band reviewYou just hold your finger down on the touch button at the bottom of the Band’s display and you’ll see the word “Listening…” appear on the display. At this point, you can ask Alexa a question or give her a command to control one of your Alexa compatible devices like turning up the heat on your Nest thermostat, tell her to add something to your shopping list, etc. The Band will not play any audio responses, it just showed answers to questions and info on the display.9to5Toys80Track your heart rate and control Alexa for just $25Overall, the Wyze Band is an incredible deal for the price, just like the Scale. You might run into some small issues here and there, but if you want to start on a path of tracking fitness, heart rate, sleep, and some basic home control, then this is a great choice at just $25.
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