Fitbit Sense 2

(10 customer reviews)




Fitbit Sense 2 is an advanced health and fitness smartwatch that can help you manage stress, sleep better, and live a healthier lifestyle. It features an on-wrist ECG app, SpO2 sensor, 24/7 heart rate and GPS, and more. Sense 2 has a sleek and slim design with raised band attachments that make it comfortable to wear all day long. It is available in four colors: Graphite, Lunar White, Storm Blue, and Special Edition Gold.

Here are some of the features of Fitbit Sense 2:

  • On-wrist ECG app: The ECG app can assess your heart for atrial fibrillation (AFib), a heart rhythm disorder that can increase your risk of stroke.
  • SpO2 sensor: The SpO2 sensor measures your blood oxygen level, which can be an indicator of overall health and wellness.
  • 24/7 heart rate tracking: Sense 2 tracks your heart rate 24/7, so you can see how it changes throughout the day and night.
  • GPS: Sense 2 has built-in GPS so you can track your runs, walks, and bike rides without carrying your phone.
  • Stress tracking: Sense 2 can track your stress levels throughout the day and help you manage stress with guided breathing exercises.
  • Sleep tracking: Sense 2 tracks your sleep stages, including light, deep, and REM sleep, so you can see how well you’re sleeping.
  • Female health tracking: Sense 2 can track your menstrual cycle and ovulation, so you can better understand your body.
  • Pay with Fitbit: Sense 2 has NFC payments, so you can pay for purchases with a tap of your wrist.
  • Music controls: Sense 2 can control music playback on your phone, so you can skip songs, change the volume, and more without taking your phone out of your pocket.
  • Notifications: Sense 2 can deliver notifications from your phone, so you can stay connected without having to constantly check your phone.
  • Alarms: Sense 2 can wake you up with gentle vibrations, so you can start your day feeling refreshed.
  • Timers and stopwatches: Sense 2 has timers and stopwatches, so you can time your workouts or track your cooking.
  • Weather: Sense 2 can show you the weather, so you can plan your day accordingly.
  • Find my phone: If you misplace your phone, you can use Sense 2 to ring it.
  • Do not disturb: You can set Do not disturb on Sense 2 to silence notifications and calls.
  • Customizations: You can customize Sense 2 with different clock faces, bands, and apps.

Fitbit Sense 2 is a great choice for people who want a smartwatch that can help them manage their health and fitness. It has a variety of features that can help you track your activity, sleep, stress, and more. Sense 2 is also a great choice for people who want a smartwatch that can make their lives easier. It has features like NFC payments, music controls, and notifications, so you can stay connected and productive without having to constantly check your phone.

10 reviews for Fitbit Sense 2

  1. Hmirza

    ONE WATCH THAT DOES IT ALL!!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The Fitbit Sense 2 by Google is watch that does it all. It tracks your fitness, Sleep, Stress, ECG, GPS and Exercise Mode and you can control it all just with you voice with the google assistant. Aside from all its functionality, it is also a beautiful looking watch that has an all glass touch screen display and comfortable silicone bands. The watch is water resistance up to 160 feet. Overall, this is beautiful yet a very functional watch.

  2. Anonymous

    Great for fitness enthusiast. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] My favorite part of this smartwatch is the ability to track my
    Workouts against my friends. I feel more motivated to workout and push myself to reach desirable heart rate to burn calories and fat. This watch also measures oxygen, your sleep pattern, heart rate, in additional to all the exercises.

  3. Matt L.

    Great Hardware, Software Decent. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] My wife has a smaller Fitbit model and loves hers, so I was excited to order the Fitbit Sense 2. This is the first Fitbit I have owned and I love it. The body is fairly slim, it fits comfortably, and it’s fantastic to keep an eye on my metrics (sure, step count is cool, but being able to monitor your heart rate and GPS distance is awesome).

    Battery life is about 5-7 days depending on how often you check the screen and if you have it always on to show the time. I do not have the screen always on and I can sometimes hit 8 days in between recharging. That being said, if you use the GPS feature (GPS is actually built in, it does not need a phone nearby to use GPS), you’re going to drain the battery from a full charge to nothing in about 8-10 hours.

    My only complaints are minor. I’m still getting use to the menu layout– the swipe directions to exit a menu or screen are often backwards of what I expect. I still don’t know how to get to the alarms screen, so I programmed that to popup when I long press the side button (yes, it has a physical button). The phone app is pretty well laid out and you can update your watch face, etc. from there. However, as the Sense 2 is fairly new, many of the screens for your watch are “Not Optimized” for the Sense 2. For example, the one I am currently using I love, but the setting to change it to 12 hour times (instead of 24 hour time) does not work and it displays one of the distance measurements in meters, despite me selecting feet in the app. Hopefully as use of the Sense 2 becomes more widespread, more fully compatible apps/watch faces/ etc. will become available.

    The only other thing worth noting is that there is a clear border around the glass screen. It looks like when you get an air bubble below the screen protector on your phone. They say that’s to help you know where to place your fingers for doing the mini EKG test, but it is very visible and worth mentioning.

    Overall, I really do love this watch. Being able to monitor my heartrate– and view the graph/trend on the watch itself– is awesome, finding out my “sleep score” is more useful than I expected (it’s amazing how much kids disrupt your sleep) and I am looking forward to more watch faces and apps being developed for the watch. It has some minor quirks, but some of that is me getting used to the menus and layouts. Overall, I am more than pleased with how well this is working for me.

  4. EmyW

    major upgrades from my prior fitbit. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have been using Fitbit products since 2013 and most recently have been using the Inspire 2. The Sense 2 is a major upgrade with so many additional features. First, the band on the Sense 2 is wider, more flexible and much more comfortable than that Inspire 2 band. It’s comfortable to sleep in and I forget that it is even on. The Sense 2 has all the usual fitbit features like tracking steps, heart rate and sleep patterns, along with loads of additional upgrades. The Sense 2 has the ability to receive/send text messages & emails, check the weather, and connect to Alexa. I absolutely love that I can now receive important notifications even when I don’t have the ability to check my phone.
    One of my favorite features to review each morning is the sleep tracking and blood oxygen saturation levels. I’ve always been a fairly good sleeper but on mornings when I don’t feel as rested as I normally do, I like to look back and see if I was more restless than normal.
    As far as the battery life goes, the Sense 2 lasts roughly 6 days before needing charged, which is far less than with my previous device, although also not unexpected due to all the additional features.
    I’m absolutely loving the Sense 2 and definitely recommend it!

  5. Jamie0523

    Love the fitbit sense 2! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The fitbit sense 2 is a really nice watch and fitness tool. I love the sleek and smooth design, as well as the black/grey color scheme. The app is really simple to set up and very user friendly. The watch tells you how many steps you have taken, calories burned, ect., and also has alerts to remind you to move. The sleep tracker is great to have to see what’s going on while you sleep. The body response thing is really cool too, it senses a range of things to identify signs of stress which I find really interesting. The battery seems to last forever without having to charge, and it is really comfortable to wear. The sense 2 is a really helpful tool to help you keep track of and monitor so many things, the fitness aspects of it are only the beginning. It’s impressive how much they were able to fit into a little watch.

  6. Rich

    Nice looking watch and it tracks steps! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The packaging for this Fitbit Sense 2 is very well designed, definitely do not have to worry about any type of damage during shipping.
    This Fitbit feels nice on my wrist and looks great too.
    So far it seems like it’s correctly synced and keeps track of my steps accurately! I also like that it has a heart rate monitor.
    The other sensors that are included are skin temperature, cEDA, ECG, SpO2, and it has a built-in GPS.
    The Fitbit Sense 2 is water “resistant” up to 50 meters.
    Lastly, the battery life is as advertised and lasts a few days with light usage!

  7. LeoraS

    Awesome. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Great watch, the color matches my daily ensemble and is super comfortable. I don’t even feel like I have anything on my wrist. I have been really trying to eat better and exercise more and this really helps with tracking. Has timers, alarms, and syncs perfectly with my phone. I can’t text or call but I know when a call or message has come in. The blood oxygen is also a great addition to my fitness journey, but the sleep function is my favorite. The most important thing to a healthy lifestyle is sleep and this tracker does wonders. Very happy, thank you.

  8. shawn3267

    Excellent fitness tracker. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Excellent fitness tracker. Great design – attractive, sleek & unobtrusive. The band is secure and the screen has excellent visibility, with multiple options for brightness. There’s a physical button to turn it own as well as motion tracking to activate screen. The battery lasts for a few days and fully charges in under an hour. The tracker accurately monitors steps, stairs, and heart rate. There are also advanced sensors for oxygen saturation, skin temperature, resting heart rate, breathing rate, heart rate variability, and even an ECG. It tracks sleep cycles and displays an intuitive graph for different stages of sleep. It has a GPS function that tracks exercise and can be used to create a map of the exercise route. Very impressive & useful!

  9. fabi22

    Long lasting battery and better performance. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have been using the Fitbit since its first launch. However I took some break and now back to Fitbit with Sense 2. I would say I am very satisfied with its performance compared to previous generation Fitbit devices.
    Good point-
    I charged my Fitbit on Friday, my watch lasted its battery for more than week and still left with 30% something before I again charged it. Its remarkable since I used my watch for 5-6 hours daily with couple of hours of exercise everyday.
    The features loaded like I can track my sleep, stress and select the workout/exercise, track my activities on the Fitbit app.It records my heart rate while working out or whenever I am wearing it.I get message and calls notification on my watch which is good to have as do not miss important calls or message.There are other heart health related features which can be activated and explored, which is nice to have. Also there is a paid Fitbit premium subscription if you want to explore more fitness related programs.
    My only critic would be its band which us very flimsy and cheap looking. I found there are other bands too which I can purchase separately to upgrade the look of the watch. The one that comes with the watch is flimsy and does not wrap easily to the wrist and takes a lot of effort. I would not recommend this band look for other bands.

    Overall, this is a feature loaded watch and truly worth a buy and would love to own.

  10. Nicole30

    Perfect Smartwatch. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The Fitbit Sense 2 has helped reduce stress, I sleep better and also feel healthier. I was struggling with my sleeping patterns and this Fitbit has helped me learn more about my sleep and how to improve my rest with detailed nighttime tracking with a unique sleep profile. I can track my heart health so I can make more informed decisions when it comes to my health and wellness. I really like the stress detection it can easily recognize stressful events which helps me to manage hem and move on with the continuous EDA sensor. It helps so I can start to see how and when my stress starts to get to be too much. I really like the sleep stages and scores I can learn about the quality of my previous night’s sleep with the personalized sleep score with the premium membership I can see a breakdown of time in light, deep and even REM sleep so I can know what’s impacting my rest. This is a comfortable, light and thin smartwatch. The screen is bright and clear I can have to charge the battery every few days which is great. It is very comfortable to wear, and I don’t even notice am wearing it sometimes.

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