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Fitbit Ionic Health & Fitness Smartwatch with GPS, Hearth Rate, Swim Tracking & Music, Blue-Grey/Silver-Grey - £132.50 @ Amazon Spain
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Fitbit Ionic Health & Fitness Smartwatch with GPS, Hearth Rate, Swim Tracking & Music, Blue-Grey/Silver-Grey - £132.50 @ Amazon Spain

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Back in stock and £5 cheaper at £132.50
Good price here comparing against UK sellers. Got one for my wife for Christmas and paid much more then this.



Features & details

  • Start dynamic personal coaching on your wrist with step-by-step instruction. Syncs with windows vista and later, mac OS X 10.6 and up, iphone 4s and later, ipad 3 gen and later. Syncing range up to 20 feet

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  • Store and play 300+ songs, no phone needed. Water Resistance - Fitbit Ionic is water-resistant up to 50 metres and is sweat, rain and splash-proof. With any wearable device, it’s best for your skin if the band stays dry and clean

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  • Use built-in GPS/GLONASS to track pace, distance & routes. Corning Gorilla Glass 3 is tough and damage resistant. Increased pixels and amplified brightness up to 1000 nits

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  • Get PurePulse continuous heart rate tracking & real-time zones,Multi-day battery life of 4+ days (varies with use & other factors)

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  • Fitbit products are compatible with most devices using the following operating systems Apple iOS 9 and later, Android OS 5.0 and later, or Windows 10 v1607 or later

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  • Load credit and debit cards to your Wallet in the Fitbit app. Available with participating banks.
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Mines basically not left my wrist for over a year... Until it broke. Fitbit sent me a new one though at no cost. Good device especially at this price. Heat.
CBeems20/01/2020 20:54

Mines basically not left my wrist for over a year... Until it broke. …Mines basically not left my wrist for over a year... Until it broke. Fitbit sent me a new one though at no cost. Good device especially at this price. Heat.


Thanks Fitbit CS is great as long as you are within 2 years warranty period they always give you a brand new unit without any problems
Edited by: "ms84" 20th Jan
Don't know anything about these watches so asking basic question as how does this compare with say an iwatch or Samsung watch for example?
For me if I'm buying a watch the battery life would be a factor as I would not want to charge it every day. Is there one that lasts a week or so? Thanks
sydney87120/01/2020 21:08

Don't know anything about these watches so asking basic question as how …Don't know anything about these watches so asking basic question as how does this compare with say an iwatch or Samsung watch for example? For me if I'm buying a watch the battery life would be a factor as I would not want to charge it every day. Is there one that lasts a week or so? Thanks


Huawei GT or GT 2 if you want music storage.
sydney87120/01/2020 21:08

Don't know anything about these watches so asking basic question as how …Don't know anything about these watches so asking basic question as how does this compare with say an iwatch or Samsung watch for example? For me if I'm buying a watch the battery life would be a factor as I would not want to charge it every day. Is there one that lasts a week or so? Thanks


The Fitbit ones last a while. A very long time if you don't use GPS. The Samsung and Apple or even Fossil variants have far more features though.

Samsung you can answer a call for example. Apple has fall detection. Fossil has Google Assistant.

If you want a fitness watch this is a good one as it is waterproof, has all day heart rate monitoring and sleep tracking as well as GPS for tracking out door sports and exercise. Other good ones in the category come from Garmin, I'd say. These can still also give notification from your phone.

If you want a smart watch to call people from and writes texts and read the news then the Apple/Samsung/Fossil are the way to go.
sydney87120/01/2020 21:08

Don't know anything about these watches so asking basic question as how …Don't know anything about these watches so asking basic question as how does this compare with say an iwatch or Samsung watch for example? For me if I'm buying a watch the battery life would be a factor as I would not want to charge it every day. Is there one that lasts a week or so? Thanks


I had this watch and found it very good and the battery lasted around 3-5 days depending on how much you use the inbuilt GPS. It was a well designed and I got a screen protector. I would say Garmin was my best watch, iwatch you would have to charge every night or soon after. Garmin watches lasted the longest in terms of battery around 7-8 days
CBeems20/01/2020 21:16

The Fitbit ones last a while. A very long time if you don't use GPS. The …The Fitbit ones last a while. A very long time if you don't use GPS. The Samsung and Apple or even Fossil variants have far more features though. Samsung you can answer a call for example. Apple has fall detection. Fossil has Google Assistant. If you want a fitness watch this is a good one as it is waterproof, has all day heart rate monitoring and sleep tracking as well as GPS for tracking out door sports and exercise. Other good ones in the category come from Garmin, I'd say. These can still also give notification from your phone. If you want a smart watch to call people from and writes texts and read the news then the Apple/Samsung/Fossil are the way to go.


Thank you very helpful.
nad1220/01/2020 21:16

Huawei GT or GT 2 if you want music storage.


But no streaming of services and no exporting of gps data.
You got me at "Syncs with Windows Vista...."
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Got one. As a cyclist it still counts steps even when cycling and so I would get to work and find I had 4,000 steps.

Contacted Fitbit support and was told this was a "feature". Basically cyclists, who you'd think would be their target audience, will all have misleading stats.

Never buying one again.
How do i change the language to English please? So I can read what I'm buying? :/
MinkyMoo8120/01/2020 23:29

How do i change the language to English please? So I can read what I'm …How do i change the language to English please? So I can read what I'm buying? :/


If you have Chrome just click on three dots in right top corner and one of the options half way thru the list is "translate"... or copy the ASIN no and past it in Amazon UK - it will be the same item
Edited by: "ms84" 20th Jan
deleted24979820/01/2020 23:24

Got one. As a cyclist it still counts steps even when cycling and so I …Got one. As a cyclist it still counts steps even when cycling and so I would get to work and find I had 4,000 steps.Contacted Fitbit support and was told this was a "feature". Basically cyclists, who you'd think would be their target audience, will all have misleading stats.Never buying one again.


That’s because it picks up your arm waving. It’s easy enough to discount those stats. Either select cycling as your exercise before you start off or just tell the Fitbit app when you started and finished cycling and it will remove any steps calculated as walking / running and update your calorie burn for cycling.

Im by no means their biggest supporter but the watch does have some merits. The fact you can swim with it and it’ll measure your distance / lengths swam is fairly cool. I’ll wear a fitness watch but not into full on smartwatches - been there tried that ...and when it came down to it the only value I was getting out of them was as a music player / gps tracker. This ticks the essential boxes and wipes the floor with the other smartwAtches in regards to battery life.

They help motivate but that’s it really. If you’re cycling a good bike computer and bike cam are better gadgets
ms8420/01/2020 23:36

If you have Chrome just click on three dots in right top corner and one of …If you have Chrome just click on three dots in right top corner and one of the options half way thru the list is "translate"... or copy the ASIN no and past it in Amazon UK - it will be the same item


Thank you ms84
sydney87120/01/2020 21:08

Don't know anything about these watches so asking basic question as how …Don't know anything about these watches so asking basic question as how does this compare with say an iwatch or Samsung watch for example? For me if I'm buying a watch the battery life would be a factor as I would not want to charge it every day. Is there one that lasts a week or so? Thanks


I've had the Fitbit charge 2, so the user interface on the app the same as this watch. I've been through gear fit 2 and the galaxy watches, just upgraded from 42mm to 46mm, I use 46mm for every day user and gear fit 2 pro for workouts. In all honesty Fitbit blows Samsung out the water when it comes to fitness tracking. Fitbit just different league for fitness, sleep tracking and heart rate monitoring. Samsung better in terms of everything that isn't a fitness tracker like texts, calls, phone answering , looks etc. Samsung a good basic fitness tracker. Fitbit is that good it always auto picked up football activity. Samsung totally clueless on it. Fitbit battery life generally better as well but that comes down to personal user. Hope that helps
Edited by: "tdk2bu" 21st Jan
battery life ??
tdk2bu21/01/2020 00:02

I've had the Fitbit charge 2, so the user interface on the app the same as …I've had the Fitbit charge 2, so the user interface on the app the same as this watch. I've been through gear fit 2 and the galaxy watches, just upgraded from 42mm to 46mm, I use 46mm for every day user and gear fit 2 pro for workouts. In all honesty Fitbit blows Samsung out the water when it comes to fitness tracking. Fitbit just different league for fitness, sleep tracking and heart rate monitoring. Samsung better in terms of everything that isn't a fitness tracker like texts, calls, phone answering , looks etc. Samsung a good basic fitness tracker. Fitbit is that good it always auto picked up football activity. Samsung totally clueless on it. Fitbit battery life generally better as well but that comes down to personal user. Hope that helps


Thanks helps a lot.
Msx9820/01/2020 22:02

But no streaming of services and no exporting of gps data.


No streaming of services - I presume you mean no Spotify.
No exporting of GPS data - what do you mean by this? Can you only see the route you've done through the phone's screen? Can you not download it to your computer?
nad1221/01/2020 06:07

No streaming of services - I presume you mean no Spotify.No exporting of …No streaming of services - I presume you mean no Spotify.No exporting of GPS data - what do you mean by this? Can you only see the route you've done through the phone's screen? Can you not download it to your computer?


There’s a downloadable Spotify app for it from the Fitbit App Store.
feed_me_chocs21/01/2020 06:32

There’s a downloadable Spotify app for it from the Fitbit App Store.


My post was referring to the Huawei GT 2 watch
nad1221/01/2020 06:07

No streaming of services - I presume you mean no Spotify.No exporting of …No streaming of services - I presume you mean no Spotify.No exporting of GPS data - what do you mean by this? Can you only see the route you've done through the phone's screen? Can you not download it to your computer?


you can only see the route and hr data on the phone in Huawei health app. No way to download the gpx or .fit file, so no way to upload to strava. And yes I mean Spotify or similar
feed_me_chocs21/01/2020 06:32

There’s a downloadable Spotify app for it from the Fitbit App Store.


My comment was referring to the Huawei gt
Wish I'd seen this earlier. Must have gone up. €249.....Gutted😪 heat added though.
I own one. Great at this price. Go buy !
This or Garmin Vivoactive 3 music? I like them both but cant make my mind up. Which watch and app is better? They both have what i need out off a sports watch.
sydney87120/01/2020 21:08

Don't know anything about these watches so asking basic question as how …Don't know anything about these watches so asking basic question as how does this compare with say an iwatch or Samsung watch for example? For me if I'm buying a watch the battery life would be a factor as I would not want to charge it every day. Is there one that lasts a week or so? Thanks


Needs an internet connection to sync with phone app.
tdk2bu21/01/2020 00:02

I've had the Fitbit charge 2, so the user interface on the app the same as …I've had the Fitbit charge 2, so the user interface on the app the same as this watch. I've been through gear fit 2 and the galaxy watches, just upgraded from 42mm to 46mm, I use 46mm for every day user and gear fit 2 pro for workouts. In all honesty Fitbit blows Samsung out the water when it comes to fitness tracking. Fitbit just different league for fitness, sleep tracking and heart rate monitoring. Samsung better in terms of everything that isn't a fitness tracker like texts, calls, phone answering , looks etc. Samsung a good basic fitness tracker. Fitbit is that good it always auto picked up football activity. Samsung totally clueless on it. Fitbit battery life generally better as well but that comes down to personal user. Hope that helps


I agree fit bits are very very good at detecting the activity your doing.
Does anyone know if this works with spotify
Wazza08221/01/2020 16:47

This or Garmin Vivoactive 3 music? I like them both but cant make my mind …This or Garmin Vivoactive 3 music? I like them both but cant make my mind up. Which watch and app is better? They both have what i need out off a sports watch.


I used to have an Garmin Forerunner and now have a Fitbit Versa. Although the Garmin gave up some of it's functions I thought the app was better than my current Fitbit's but not by much. I liked the graph showing my pace over time which I miss on the Fitbit and I don't like the Fitbit's insistence on loading more functions than I need.

I am not a serious user, mind just a regular cyclist/jogger to/from work.
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