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Samsung Galaxy Watch Active (40MM, GPS, Bluetooth) Smart Watch with Fitness Tracking, and Sleep Analysis – Rose Gold  (US Version)

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  • Track your way to real results: Automatically detects up to 6 exercises, while tracking up to 39 more, right from your wrist
  • Resolve to rest better: Helps you analyze your sleep patterns and encourages you to wind down to keep you refreshed and at your best
  • Sends you real time alerts if ever detecting a high or low heart rate, so you can be more proactive about your heart health
  • Expand your Galaxy: Sync with your phone to stream your playlist, get notifications and more, right on your wrist
  • Thin; Light; Durable: A thin, lightweight and durable swim ready design comes in a variety of colors and interchangeable bands
  • Lasts for days: Go non stop with a long lasting battery that lasts for days on a single charge

Specification: Samsung Galaxy Watch Active (40MM, GPS, Bluetooth) Smart Watch with Fitness Tracking, and Sleep Analysis – Rose Gold  (US Version)

Product Dimensions 1.56 x 1.56 x 0.41 inches
Item Weight 0.9 ounces
ASIN B07NFMMNQB
Item model number SM-R500NZDAXAR
Batteries 1 CR123A batteries required. (included)
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Best Sellers Rank 1,013 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) 43 in Smartwatches
Wireless communication technologies Wi-Fi::Bluetooth::Bluetooth Profiles::Wi-Fi Direct::NFC
Connectivity technologies Wireless, Bluetooth
GPS Yes
Additional Features Wireless
Other display features Wireless
Device interface - primary Touchscreen, Buttons
Scanner Resolution 360 x 360
Form Factor Wearable Accessory
Colour Rose Gold
Battery Power Rating 1
Included Components Built-In Webcam, USB-A to MicroUSB Cable, Straps, Charger, Quick Start Guide
Department Womens, mens, unisex-adult
Manufacturer Samsung
Date First Available February 21, 2019

8 reviews for Samsung Galaxy Watch Active (40MM, GPS, Bluetooth) Smart Watch with Fitness Tracking, and Sleep Analysis – Rose Gold  (US Version)

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  1. Claudia Palomo

    He usado relojes de Fitbit durante mucho tiempo y entonces me decidí a cambiar a un samsung.
    Ventajas: responde muy bien con un ambiente táctil, se conecta de lujo con el teléfono. Tiene muchas carátulas que se pueden almacenar en el mismo reloj, es muy fácil cambiarlas. También es bastante agradable que se pueda contestar el whatsapp y el Messenger desde el reloj y configurar los mensajes, que en el Fitbit son pocos.
    Desventajas: no sirve como monitor de ejercicio. En ese sentido su desempeño es muy muy pobre. Me cuenta muchísimas vueltas de más al nadar, entre un 20 y un 25 % extra, lo que significa que si habitualmente nado 2000 metros, me cuenta más de 3000. No tiene una opción de registrar las vueltas manualmente porque tiene un bloqueo de funcionamiento cuando está en el agua. No tiene la opción de que la pantalla se quede encendida selectivamente durante el ejercicio, por lo cual si quieres echar un vistazo a tus tiempos, ritmo cardíaco o lo que sea, tienes literalmente que parar para girar la muñeca.
    La aplicación en el teléfono es bastante fea en comparación con la de Fitbit. No tiene monitor de salud femenina, no tiene los recordatorios de pasos que son tan útiles para completar la neta de pasos diarios. Si bien tiene un recordatorio de que has estado inactivo por bastante tiempo, me gustaría que tuviera la meta de 250 pasos por hora o algo similar. El monitoreo del sueño también es mucho más sencillo y con gráficos muy burdos en comparación con los de Fitbit.
    En resumen, la experiencia como aparato de comunicación conectado con el reloj es buena, pero como monitor de actividad es un fiasco.
    Me encantaría un reloj con las prestaciones positivas de ambas marcas.

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  2. Xicotencatl Delgado Maya

    Me encantó el tamaño y la facilidad para usarlo. Me lo llevo al gimnasio y tiene un modo para medir la intensidad física, no nada más en mi rutina de pesas, también yoga, natación, correr e incluso abdominales.

    El tamaño es perfecto para dormir con él, me ha ayudado a entrar a un patrón mar regular de sueño porque permite establecer la hora para acostarse y levantarse. Además de que se puede ver el resumen semanal usando la aplicación de Samsung Health.

    La batería, difícilmente te dura más de un día si lo usas todo el tiempo, pero una carga rápida de 40 minutos mientras lavas los trastes y recoges tu cuarto es suficiente para el día completo.

    Lo único malo es que no puedo usar Google music O YouTube music desde el reloj, pero si tienes Spotify no tendrás problemas.

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  3. Isela Carreño

    Excelente producto, llegó en buen estado. Las especificaciones acordé al producto.

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  4. Erin Alkinburgh

    I’ve had this watch for almost a month and this watch is fantastic! On average I use about 25% of the battery life with the heart rate monitor set to occasionally monitor. I charge during my nightly shower and it is fully charged within 15-20 minutes. The step counter seems to be right on the money. It syncs with the app seamlessly which has always been an issue with fitbit and Samsung phones. Another issue that this addressed for me was that I frequently push my daughter in a stroller and with fitbit it wouldn’t track my steps because my arm wasn’t moving. With this watch and a Samsung phone you can easily hack that issue by putting your phone in your pocket! Playing and running with my daughterion the playground is easily logged as activity and tracked as a dynamic workout. Apps were pretty much a non-priority for me on this watch so I can not speak to the degree of functionality on those but I can say that the speech to text works well for replying to text on the watch which is really handy. But Bixby assistant is still useless. This wasn’t surprising to me though so it was less disappointing. It’s not going to kill me though to pull out my phone to use Google assistant. Overall this watch is a solid win for me and is beating my previous fitbit experience by miles. Thanks again Samsung for delivering a quality product!

    Update 5/6/19:
    Still loving my watch but I think it’s worth noting that I downloaded an aftermarket watch face and saw a significant decrease on battery life. Using it drained it down to 36% in one day! I went back to using the preinstalled breathe watch face and went back to using only 25% of the total life in one day. So if you buy this and find that your battery is draining really fast it’s likely that your downloaded watch face is the culprit! Just an fyi!

    Update 1/4/2020:
    The watch is still going strong! I’ve done everything with this thing on. Swimming, dishes, it has no problem being submerged once the water setting is turned on. The band is still really comfortable. Haven’t noticed any decrease in battery life. I still use about only 25% of the battery everyday. Pretty pleased with my purchase.

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  5. Claudia Castillo

    El peor producto y la peor experiencia tanto con Samsung como con Amazon. Compré el reloj el 10 de Oct y ya no sirve, se murió por completo hace dos días. Llamé a Amazon y se lavaron las manos por que ya pasaron más de 30 días y no se hacen responsables, me dieron un número para llamar directamente a Samsung y tampoco se hacen responsables por que es un producto de importación y por lo tanto no dan servicio en México que en caso que quiera repáralo tendría costo.
    No es un producto barato para que ahora no sirva y además nadie de hace responsable, ni la marca, ni el distribuidor una completa decepción de ambos. La marca es la primera vez que la compro y nunca más lo haré; y Amazon era mega fan y súper cliente y me han perdido. Estoy muy molesta.

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  6. José Luis

    Es el segundo reloj inteligente que tengo y tengo que decir que este me encanta. La pantalla en muy brillante y la interfaz está muy bien pensada para los gestos y los dos botones físicos con los que cuenta. El reloj en sí es pequeño y liviano, por lo que a veces ni recuerdo que lo traigo.

    El sistema operativo Tizen es muy intuitivo y fácil de usar. Es cierto que carece de soporte para muchas aplicaciones de terceros, pero siendo honesto, ni las necesito. Con poder ver notificaciones de llamadas, mensajes de texto, mensajes de WhatsApp y Facebook es más que suficiente.

    La característica de reconocimiento automático de actividad me agrada mucho. Cuando salgo a caminar o en bicicleta, en automático lo detecta unos minutos después y lleva registro de la actividad. Quizá no sea tan especializado como un reloj Polar o Garmin, pero si requieres llevar un registro básico de tus sesiones de entrenamiento, este reloj es más que suficiente.

    Estoy muy contento con la relación calidad-precio. Totalmente recomendable.

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  7. Jeffrey Fahndrich

    I’ve had the Gear Fit2 since June 2016 and was looking to upgrade. I saw the splashy event Samsung held for this in February 2019, and had to get it. My largest reason (besides the fact that the Gear Fit2 will inevitably die) was for the aesthetic upgrade. The Gear Fit2 was very “Hey I’m wearing a fitness watch!” with its long, rectangular curve wrapping partially around the wrist. The Samsung Galaxy Active says “Hey I’m wearing a … watch!”

    Coming from the Gear Fit2, I see that all of its fitness-focused features are integrated into the new Galaxy Active, and yet it also manages to be a better smart watch generally. The watch’s appearance is sleek and understated, the screen itself is gorgeous, the materials feel high-quality, the fit and feel for me are spot-on, the watch is snappier to wake up from inactive, it’s easy and intuitive to navigate and customize–it is in every way an upgrade.

    I initially had a problem where the heart rate sensor would not turn off even if I said Auto HR Settings “Never”–but realized this is due to the new Stress app (the watch’s default for Auto Stress Settings is “Always”–do yourself and your battery a favor and turn that off). Now the heart rate sensor (the super bright green light under the watch that flashes rapidly) only turns on every 10 minutes (the “Frequent” setting under Auto HR Settings).

    I am hoping my opinion does not change over time because I’ve definitely got that “5 star” feeling 😀

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  8. Reader

    Overall: this has better smart watch features than the Fitbit Versa and the Galaxy Watch, but to me it feels like both the fitness and the smartwatch aspects have been compromised too much.

    Battery life: Settings: frequent HR monitoring; tilt on display; one of the pre-installed watch faces: Went to bed with 100% battery and tracked sleep–it used up 20% of my battery two nights in a row. Then did my morning run, which used up 25% battery life (indoors, on a treadmill, so no GPS, no music). This was on a weekend, without my usual notifications, calls, and emails coming in from work, so I can’t imagine that I will be able to get thru a full day on one charge with this. I have to travel for work at times, and that means finding time to charge this thing before I go to bed and/or during the day if work/notifications get really busy. I have a first generation Huawei that performs just about the same or better than this watch (more on that below), and has to be charged twice a day–so why would I pay $ to have the same charging needs with the Active?
    Battery charging time so far (on the magnetic charger–I dont have the wireless charger yet)–about 2 hours to go from 0 to full charge. No, you can’t charge it on the regular Samsung wireless charging pad–you need the new duo pad.

    Steps: Undercounts steps–I don’t expect perfection, but wow, the Active undercounted by about 2000 steps, per both my Versa and Huawei. Undercounted calories, too, as a result. I’m very active and need at least a halfway reasonable estimation of calories burned. I would expect a sport watch to do much better than this.

    HR: The HR monitor seems a step up from the Galaxy 46mm–even so, on a simple dog walk, I couldn’t get the HR to track–it tracked for the first ten minutes, then never came on again. On my morning runs, I have to wear the watch on the inside of my wrist pretty tightly and then it will track my HR.

    Sleep tracking: This has been good and it does track my HR at night, so that I can get a read on resting HR (by looking at the HR section of the Samsung health app–HR is not shown in the sleep section–very disappointing, as I’m used to using Sleep as Android, which provides this info). Very lightweight and easy to wear to bed (a plus after wearing the Huawei for sleep tracking). The sleep info on Samsung Health is disappointing compared with FitBit’s though–the graphs are harder to read.

    GPS tracking: GPS tracking worked nicely compared with the Huawei–gave me a much more accurate distance–but then the Active cut the calorie count on my walk in half. Huh???

    Screen size and Notifications: Emails, texts, notifications came in nicely. Easy to read. However, the small screen makes it a bit of a pain to reply to things. I don’t have large fingers and I keep hitting the wrong ‘button’ on the screen–so that I accidentally send the wrong autoreply or delete a notification, etc. It’s very annoying–particularly if my goal is to use this thing while I’m working out and be able to quickly respond to notifications.

    Other minor annoyances: Several of the Samsung watch faces offer the option to include the weather–but then the weather on the watch face doesn’t update automatically–you have to go into the app (Weather.com) and manually update it to see what the current weather is. ….really??? This seems pretty basic to me, as I have weather on several of the Huawei faces that I use and none of them have this problem.

    Apps: Fewer than Wear OS, but I don’t load up my watches with a lot of apps, anyhow. This pretty much has what I need on it already. I don’t like the ‘circle’ of apps without the rotating bezel–it’s very hard to navigate thru each app–you have to tap twice on the app you want to open, and the screen is so small that it’s hard to not hit the wrong app, especially if you are on the move and using this.

    So overall, this is just OK. The smartwatch features are better than the Versa in terms of being able to read full emails on the watch and reply to them by text, voice, autoreply. Plus Bixby will answer basic questions and compose texts/reminders. Versa is far better on fitness and sleep tracking, as well as stand up reminders (get up and move instead of the Active’s ‘get up and do torso twists,’ which it then does not track and so keeps reminding you to do them!)

    Wear OS on a decent size watch face (first gen Huawei) is still better than on replying to notifications on the Active, because your fingers don’t accidentally smash the wrong ‘button.’
    Lack of a loudspeaker on the Active is annoying, but I understand they did it to save space and weight, so I can live with that.
    Will probably return this. It’s just underwhelming.

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