What's the Difference Between Amazon Halo View and Amazon Halo Band?
While both devices track your health and fitness, the Halo View provides metrics right from your wrist through a touchscreen, whereas the Halo Band fits like a bracelet and monitors your movements, but you can only view data in the Amazon Halo app.
According to customers, Halo View is also roughly the size of a AA battery, but what it lacks in screen size, it makes up for in impressive functions like holding a charge for up to four days, tracking most workouts in real-time (from HIIT to yoga and weight lifting) and providing detailed sleep reports. The Halo membership, which can be accessed through the Halo App on smartphones, takes it up a notch, unlocking more features like recipes, workout videos and conducting body fat scans to help you along your fitness journey. Just think of it as a personal trainer that costs you just $4 per month—only you get it for 12 months free with this deal.
How Well Does It Work?
But don't just take our word for it. One buyer says it's worth every penny: "For those wanting a smartwatch style device at a great price point, compared to other brands, the Halo View is perfect ... The screen is nice and bright, and I feel like it is pretty fluid as far as the touch screen goes. The app does a great job of running through how to use the device during the initial setup. All in all, it’s a nice sized, comfortable fitness tracker."
Oh, and did we mention it's waterproof for up to 150 feet and is available in two sizes (small/medium for smaller wrists and medium/large for wider wrists)? Now all you have to do is decide which color you want: black, lavender dream or sage green.
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