Fitbit Sense Lunar White/Soft Gold

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Fitbit Sense Lunar White/Soft Gold
Fitbit Sense Lunar White/Soft Gold
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Key specs

Height
40,48 mm
Compatible with operating system
Android, iOS
Shows smartphone messages
Yes
Phone calls via watch possible
Yes
Type of heart rate measurement
ECG heart rate measurement, Optical heart rate measurement

Pros and cons

According to our smartwatch expert
  • You can leave your wallet at home, because you can make contactless payments with your watch via Fitbit Pay.
  • With the EDA scanner, you gain insight into your stress level and take action to reduce it.
  • You don't just receive notifications of messages, but you can also make calls when your phone isn't around.
  • Fitbit isn't compatible with all Huawei smartphones.
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Description

The Fitbit Sense Lunar White/Soft Gold is the most advanced smartwatch by Fitbit. It helps you balance your mind and body and reduce stress thanks to the EDA scanner. If you experience too much stress, you'll receive tips to reduce this. The watch also measures your skin temperature and the oxygen level in your blood. This will give you insight into your mental and physical condition and you'll get tips to improve. Thanks to the integrated GPS function, the Sense measures your running performance and route without your smartphone around. You can also leave your debit card at home, because you can make contactless payments with Fitbit Pay. The watch case is made of stainless steel and Gorilla glass, so it's resistant to scratches. Swimming or showering isn't a problem either, because the Sense is waterproof to a depth of 50 meters.

Note: you won't receive a charger adapter. Do you want to charge the watch via a socket? Use the charger adapter of your phone charger or order a one now.

Note: if you had/have a Fitbit Premium account, you can't benefit from the free 6-month Fitbit Premium trial.

This watch is recommended for a wrist circumference of 15 to 17 centimeters.

The Fitbit Sense Lunar White/Soft Gold is the most advanced smartwatch by Fitbit. It helps you balance your mind and body and reduce stress thanks to the EDA scanner. If you experience too much stress, you'll receive tips to reduce this. The watch also measures your skin temperature and the oxygen level in your blood. This will give you insight into your mental and physical condition and you'll get tips to improve. Thanks to the integrated GPS function, the Sense measures your running performance and route without your smartphone around. You can also leave your debit card at home, because you can make contactless payments with Fitbit Pay. The watch case is made of stainless steel and Gorilla glass, so it's resistant to scratches. Swimming or showering isn't a problem either, because the Sense is waterproof to a depth of 50 meters.

Note: you won't receive a charger adapter. Do you want to charge the watch via a socket? Use the charger adapter of your phone charger or order a one now.

Note: if you had/have a Fitbit Premium account, you can't benefit from the free 6-month Fitbit Premium trial.

This watch is recommended for a wrist circumference of 15 to 17 centimeters.


Included by default

  • Manual (2.4 MB)
  • USB charging cable (excluding connector)
  • Watch strap short (14 - 18cm)
  • Watch strap long (18 - 22cm)

Included by default

  • Manual (2.4 MB)
  • USB charging cable (excluding connector)
  • Watch strap short (14 - 18cm)
  • Watch strap long (18 - 22cm)

Key specs

Height
40,48 mm
Compatible with operating system
Android, iOS
Shows smartphone messages
Yes
Phone calls via watch possible
Yes
Type of heart rate measurement
ECG heart rate measurement, Optical heart rate measurement

Included by default

  • Manual (2.4 MB)
  • USB charging cable (excluding connector)
  • Watch strap short (14 - 18cm)
  • Watch strap long (18 - 22cm)

Included by default

  • Manual (2.4 MB)
  • USB charging cable (excluding connector)
  • Watch strap short (14 - 18cm)
  • Watch strap long (18 - 22cm)

Rating

Rating per section

Battery life
8
Wearing comfort
9
Design
8,5
Options
6

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

4 / 5 stars
8,3/10
"Best fitbit watch so far"

T Fan | 21 November 2020 | In the version: White | No accessories

  • Pros:
    Lot of options supporting your mental and physical health
  • Pros:
    Watch looks stylish
  • Pros:
    Fitbit community is fun e.g. fun step goal challenges etc.
  • Pros:
    Long battery life compares to previous versions
  • Pros:
    GPS tracker built-in (finally)
  • Con:
    Watch responses are slow if you try to switch between tasks too fast
  • Con:
    The watch itself is on the bigger side for smaller wrists

I've been a happy fitbit user for 7 years and the Sense is the best one so far. The first Sense I got had issues with automatically turning on and off every few hours. This drained the battery life. However, after returning it and getting a new one, the problem seems to be solved. Fitbit has a good system set up for product returns.


3.5 / 5 stars
6,7/10
"surprisingly disappointing for top of the range Fitbit"

Kester Ratcliff | 21 November 2020 | In the version: Gray | No accessories

  • Pros:
    sleep quality and quantity tracking
  • Con:
    surprisingly few features actually work.

Surprisingly few features actually work, and Fitbit's customer service is surprisingly unhelpful at trying to get the features to work.

I'm keeping it now only because of the sleep quality and quantity tracking, which is important to me for managing a medical condition. But none of the other features I was expecting from the advertising actually work satisfactorily.

I was expecting to be able to leave my phone in my locker at the gym and listen to music on my earphones transmitted via bluetooth from the Sense watch, but it doesn't have any storage so it doesn't function for music playback when it's out of bluetooth range of a phone. So what's the point of even having music controls on the watch? It seems like misleading advertising.

The fitness features are mainly designed around the category of users who are trying to lose weight or gain cardiovascular fitness, not around users who are already slim and fit but would like to gain muscle. The gym apps by third-party companies which are apparently available on their website are mostly not currently maintained or developed and therefore not compatible with the Sense or Versa 3 latest models. Fitbit's own gym app a) only shows videos, which are not practical to stop and watch or listen to while actually in the gym, they take too much time and I cool down too much, b) won't let you progress to more advanced ones before completing basic ones, so if you're already more advanced than the basic ones, you're stuck, c) I paid for Premium but I still can't actually download any of the additional Premium fitness routines / videos in the Coach app. I asked Fitbit customer service for help and they just directed me to a useless how-to page which reiterates how it should work, but it doesn't actually. The sort of gym routines I would find most practical would be like in the Genius gym app, which contains very low data requirement very short animated gif videos so you can see the whole thing in a glance or in a few screen lengths, without cooling down too much or getting out of the >120bpm heart rate activity zone. Fitbit advertises this is available but it hasn't actually been maintained for two years and no-one answers their customer service email address, so it doesn't work.

I also expected from the advertising to be able to control my Phillips Hue lights, which are also part of my plan to keep a regular sleep cycle due to a medical problem which means sleep cycle regularity is extra important to me, but there's a bug with the system something to do with Google's latest Android version only allows a certain narrow range of IP addresses to connect with third-party apps, so in fact the Fitbit doesn't connect with the Phillips Hue app, and I can't change my IP address because my wifi router had to be setup by the ziggo engineer in a different range to avoid interference from about 20 other signals in the building.