Fitbit Sense Lunar White/Soft Gold + Fitbit Aria Air White

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Fitbit Sense Lunar White/Soft Gold + Fitbit Aria Air White
Fitbit Sense Lunar White/Soft Gold + Fitbit Aria Air White
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Pros and cons

According to our smartwatch expert
  • See if your active lifestyle pays off with the scale with your Fitbit Sense.
  • 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 Huawei P8 Lite and P9 Lite smartphones.
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Product description

You can keep an extra eye on your health with the Fitbit Sense White/Gold + Fitbit Aria Air White bundle. Connect your Fitbit and Fitbit app to the scale and get information about your weight. You can see exactly whether your active lifestyle has an influence on your weight. The Fitbit Sense measures your stress level and gives you tips to reduce it. By measuring your skin temperature and the oxygen in your blood, you gain insight into your fitness and you can improve your sports performance. In addition, you can make electrocardiograms with the ECG heart rate monitor. You can even leave your smartphone at home while running. Thanks to the integrated GPS receiver, you can navigate on the watch. The Fitbit Sense is waterproof, so you can safely keep it on while swimming or showering.

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.

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


Included by default

Fitbit Sense Lunar White/Soft Gold

  • Manual (2.4 MB)
  • USB-A charging cable (excluding adapter)
  • Watch strap short (wrist circumference 14 - 18cm)
  • Watch strap long (wrist circumference 18 - 22cm)

Fitbit Aria Air White

  • 3x AAA batteries

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Reviews

Most helpful reviews

  • Our expert review
    Stylish motivator to move and stay healthy

    Robyn. Horlogespecialist. | 20 October 2020 | In the version: White | No accessories | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • Provides insight into stress level
    • Battery lasts about 5 days
    • Lots of extra insight with Fitbit Premium
    • Lots of measurement options
    • Looks stylish with stainless steel finish
    • Strap with pin closure takes some getting used to
    • Not the fastest smartwatch in the market
    • Food catalog is American

    The Fitbit Sense is a stylish smartwatch that motivates me to exercise enough and to live healthy. The included silicone strap is easy to clean, but the buckle with pin closure takes some getting used to.

    Stylish, but strap takes getting used to
    I test the white/gold Fitbit Sense. The stainless steel edge on the watch case looks chic. The silicone strap is secure and does not slide. The pin closure takes some getting used to: with this you stop the end of the strap behind the watch strap, so that it does not protrude.

    My health comes first
    The Fitbit Sense motivates me to take at least 250 steps every hour. That is sometimes quite a challenge when I work from home. In addition to the step goal, the Sense also motivates me to burn a certain number of calories, walk floors, run distance and achieve active heart rate zones. At night, the watch measures my sleep and my skin temperature, which allows the watch to detect a fever in the offing. I track my water intake, weight, diet and menstrual cycle in the Fitbit app on my smartphone. The food catalog I can choose from is only American. The app does not know Dutch products such as chocolate sprinkles.

    6 months free Fitbit Premium
    In that app I activate my 6 months of free Fitbit Premium. This health service gives me even more insight into my health. I request extensive reports about, among other things, my heart rate. In the Fitbit app, Fitbit Premium gives me fun challenges to stay active or become more active, such as Fit with bingo. I play against my sister and try to be the first to fill my bingo card by being active.

    EDA scanner to measure stress
    The Fitbit Sense also motivates me to relax. By measuring the electrodermal activity of my skin with an EDA scanner, the watch sees whether I am under stress or not. Through mindfulness and breathing exercises I easily bring my stress level back down.

    EKG heart rate measurement
    The Sense measures my heart rate throughout the day. If the heart rate is too high, I get a notification from the watch. Then I know I need to take it easy. If I want more in-depth insight into my heart rate, I make an EKG scan with the Sense. With this scan I make a heart film from my wrist which gives me insight into my heart rhythm. This scan is not as accurate as in the hospital.

    Robyn. Horlogespecialist. | 20 October 2020 | In the version: White | No accessories | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,3/10
    Nice complete watch but I will exchange it for the Versa 3!

    Christine | 16 October 2020 | In the version: White | No accessories | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • Beautiful, complete watch
    • smart wake
    • Notifications to move
    • Training in specific heart rate zones
    • The minimum perks are not worth the €100 extra
    • For €330.00 you expect to be there. Still need premium for optimal statistics
    • Sometimes slow response
    • GPS start up takes a while
    • Stress measurement seems to be mainly based on what you enter yourself

    Time for a review if you are in doubt between the Versa3 and the Sense!

    After much deliberation (choosing between Charge 4, Versa 3 and the Sense), the Sense was chosen. For the €100.00 extra compared to the Versa 3 you have a few functions: stress meter, skin temperature and ECG. To start with those three extras:
    - the only thing the stress meter shows is the difference between your heart rate at the start of the 2 minutes and at the end of the 2 minutes. If you want to see other values, you need premium. You fill in how stressed you feel, and it seems that he tells you how much stress you have based on that. Well done..! The breathing exercises/mindfulness that you can do, the Versa3 also seems to have.
    - the skin temperature is only measured at night and indicates 0 degrees with me. Strange. The oxygen meter (also available on models other than the Sense) also only works at night. Incidentally, it also helps to know what your (inside) temperature is instead of your skin temperature.
    - the EKG hasn't arrived yet. If there is, this is especially useful for heart patients, for example. You can make a heart film, but what do you do with it afterwards? If your heart gives such crazy abnormalities, then you certainly feel it yourself! And then you will go to a doctor. I think it only causes fear for nothing, such an ECG measurement.
    Finally, you can try out Premium for six months with the Sense (after which you pay €11 per month). I haven't tried premium yet. You seem to be able to read extra information and values, have extra on-screen workouts, etc. But frankly, I think it's a shame that you can't at least see the default values with a device of € 330.00 (sleep and stress measurement) . That's a loss!

    Then there are the advantages of the Sense, which the Versa3 (and largely even the Charge4) have:
    - comprehensive activity tracker and statistics on steps, kilometers, floors, heart rate, active minutes, calories etc, and notifications (e.g. every hour that you still have to walk!). Very nice if you have an office job and otherwise just sit still for hours.
    - smart wake: if you wear the smartwatch at night and set an alarm clock, you will be awakened in your light sleep with a vibration instead of an annoying chirping alarm clock. That is wonderful to wake up to!
    - sports measurements: I mainly use the smartwatch for running, cycling and tennis, but you can of course measure everything on it. I hope there will be a special tennis app with which I could, for example, see the number of forehands and backhands, but otherwise you will see a nice overview of your heart rate, distance, steps and calories during training. For example, if you turn on GPS while running, you can see exactly in which part you trained how. Top! You will also receive notifications on your watch during your run in which zone you are in or whether your heart rate is reaching a peak. Then you can train well with it. It's great that you can leave your phone at home. GPS is built-in.
    - I haven't tried music myself yet, but it seems that you can use spotify or deezer if you have your phone nearby. If you want to leave your phone at home, you have to download lists on your smartwatch via a paid deezer subscription. Unfortunately :( I have spotify myself.
    - Fitbit Pay is unfortunately not participating in ing. However, abn, Rabo and bunq .
    - smartwatch/messages: I personally like not to be bothered with notifications all day and to receive everything on my wrist. Still nice to receive some text messages/news updates. Or to see on your wrist that you will be called when you are on your bike.
    - the long battery life is great! Apple Watch, for example, does not come close to that. Charging is also super fast.

    In short, a nice comprehensive watch, but for me the Versa3 (or maybe even the Charge4) would be more than sufficient. I don't think the little extras of the Sense are worth it (& €100.00).

    Christine | 16 October 2020 | In the version: White | No accessories | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,0/10
    "SPOT ON!"

    Willem Broere | 28 September 2020 | In the version: Gray | No accessories | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • measurements 'spot on!'
    • feather light
    • clear screen easy to read
    • so many measuring options: wow!
    • app unstable
    • 'clumsy' interface
    • the band and i will never be friends

    Early Friday morning, the blue Coolblue bicycle box was already at the door. Which means that I have now had three days of intensive use of the FITBIT sense.
    You should NOT take this watch if:
    * you want a real smartwatch with many apps etc.
    * you are impatient
    * you don't wear it in bed

    I already have many smartwatches behind me: from the primal PEBBLE, the Moto, almost all Samsungs to this Fitbit. It is the lightest of all, very comfortable to wear [important for sleeping], nice compact design [ideal for smaller wrists], bright screen [even in brighter daylight], long battery life [after three days with hours every day GPS/sports and screen on automatic still 22% left] and oh so many options and settings.
    The focus is entirely on the 'health' functions and he does it really great. Especially after a few days of using the many sensors, you will discover the added value of the interplay of the measurements. See eg my 'stress management' score, composed of sleep pattern, heart rate measurement and fitness data. Speaking of 'fitness': heart measurement is 'spot on'. I trained for three days with my POLAR chest strap for 'calibration' and there are not many differences. Anyone who has [had] Samsung watches knows that it is a relief to get accurate measurements and an exact 'climbing stairs' score too! Unfortunately, we cannot say that 'spot on' from the Fitbit app: on my Galaxy flip I have never had crashes, already three times in a short time, especially if you go through to deeper information layers.

    Then why not for everyone?
    The smartwatch functions are fairly basic. [apps]. More than sufficient for me, but for example listening to Spotify from the watch while walking will not work.
    You also have to wait a long time for some measurements: the SPo2 measurement [oxygen saturation], which is important to me, takes no less than 1.10 minutes before it is available. Syncing certain things [watchfaces/GPS connection] is a bit slow. So not for people who want a quick result.
    And it is precisely in bed at night that two important sensors work optimally [SPo, skin temperature]. So you're missing out on vital information if you don't wear it.
    But otherwise: an advanced watch that no other brands can match for the time being. And then the EKG measurement has yet to come! I'm happy with it!

    Willem Broere | 28 September 2020 | In the version: Gray | No accessories | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    8,7/10
    rolls royce among the trackers
    • design
    • wearing comfort
    • possibilities
    • screen quality
    • battery lasts just under a week

    This Fitbit Sense is a very complete watch / smartwatch / (fitness) tracker / health monitor that also looks nice.
    A jewel on my wrist :-)
    I've had a Fitbit Charge 3 for some time now, which I really like in terms of functions, etc. Still, I was looking for a 'nice watch'.
    With most smartwatches, the battery life is downright awful. Charging within 1 to 2 days is no exception. Moreover, a 'nice watch' is difficult to wear at night.
    This Fitbit Sense has both. It is a great smartwatch and also a piece of jewelry. There are many dials to choose from very easily, giving your watch a different look and appearance every time. Many are free, many for a fee. All selectable via the Fitbit app on your paired phone. You can load 5 'preferred watch faces' on your Sense as standard, which you can easily switch between.
    The watch is very solid. The case is made of aluminum and looks and feels very solid. Nicely rounded corners and the strap is comfortable. In addition, the strap is easily interchangeable with readily available compatible straps, which also allows you to give your watch its 'own' look.
    The controls take some getting used to, but they work fine. Getting used to it is also very quick.
    You can easily set which apps on your phone you want to receive notifications from on your SAense. You can read WhatsApp messages well on the color screen. But also other notifications from social media, games, your bank, news, etc. etc. You can easily turn it on and off via the Fitbit app on your phone.
    In the gym you don't notice that you have a watch on until you need it. For example to activate a timer. This goes very smoothly and makes it easy to manage the time for interval training, for example. Better, more convenient (and for your phone) safer than a smartphone on the floor next to you. And you can feel the vibration.
    In addition, you can easily switch the vibration from light to heavy and vice versa. Ideal.
    As far as I can judge the measurements (heart rate, steps, sleep, etc.) are accurate. Furthermore, the Sense offers the possibility to measure things such as your skin temperature at night, heart rhythm, saturation (SpO2). If you want to know that: handy. If you don't want that: they don't get in the way...
    Making a 30 second heart film is also very easy…
    I think the NFC chip is ideal. This makes it possible to put your bank card (protected with a code) on your watch. This way you always have your bank card with you and you can easily pay wirelessly at any PIN terminal.
    In the menu you will find all apps. The order of the apps on the screen is easy to adjust, so you can put your frequently used apps on the 1st screen and so on.
    The only downside I can think of is the touch-sensitive button on the side. It is sometimes a bit difficult to find.
    My conclusion: I am very happy and satisfied with the Sense. I was afraid that the Sense compared to the Charge3, because the Sense is larger, would be more 'in the way', but that is not the case. You will notice it less due to the rounded design. Frankly, the smartwatch meets my expectations beyond expectations.

    wildhoney | 16 October 2020 | In the version: Gray | No accessories | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,0/10
    SPOT ON!
    • spot on!
    • feather light
    • accurate measurements
    • many measurement options
    • "it's all about health"
    • a bit slow in some actions
    • interface sometimes a bit 'clumsy'
    • capacitive button takes getting used to
    • real added value = premium fitibit subscription

    Early Friday morning, the blue Coolblue bicycle box was already at the door. Which means that I have now had three days of intensive use of the FITBIT sense.
    You should NOT take this watch if:
    * you want a real smartwatch with many apps etc.
    * you are impatient
    * you don't wear it in bed

    I already have many smartwatches behind me: from the primal PEBBLE, the Moto, almost all Samsungs to this Fitbit. It is the lightest of all, very comfortable to wear [important for sleeping], nice compact design [ideal for smaller wrists], bright screen [even in brighter daylight], long battery life [after three days with hours every day GPS/sports and screen on automatic still 22% left] and oh so many options and settings.
    The focus is entirely on the 'health' functions and he does it really great. Especially after a few days of using the many sensors, you will discover the added value of the interplay of the measurements. See eg my 'stress management' score, composed of sleep pattern, heart rate measurement and fitness data. Speaking of 'fitness': heart measurement is 'spot on'. I trained for three days with my POLAR chest strap for 'calibration' and there are not many differences. Anyone who has [had] Samsung watches knows that it is a relief to get accurate measurements and an exact 'climbing stairs' score too!

    Then why not for everyone?
    The smartwatch functions are fairly basic. [apps]. More than sufficient for me, but for example listening to Spotify from the watch while walking will not work.
    You also have to wait a long time for some measurements: the SPo2 measurement [oxygen saturation], which is important to me, takes no less than 1.10 minutes before it is available. Syncing certain things [watchfaces/GPS connection] is a bit slow. So not for people who want a quick result.
    And it is precisely in bed at night that two important sensors work optimally [SPo, skin temperature]. So you're missing out on vital information if you don't wear it.
    But otherwise: an advanced watch that no other brands can match for the time being. And then the EKG measurement has yet to come! I'm happy with it!

    Willem Broere | 27 September 2020 | In the version: Gray | No accessories | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,0/10
    A perfect addition to your everyday life.
    • Good quality
    • ease of use
    • design
    • accurate
    • battery life
    • pricey
    • can't do without