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Save 14% on Amazfit Bip 3 Pro Smart Watch at Amazon

At first glance, the Amazfit Bip 3 Pro looks a lot like an Apple Watch (one of the best fitness trackers), with a curved square face, similar digital crown, and very familiar aesthetic choices. The kicker about this affordable fitness tracker, however, is that it costs only about a tenth of what a current high-end Apple Watch costs.

Considering that, you might expect it to perform similarly to Apple’s wearable, and while it’s nowhere near that, that doesn’t mean the Amazfit Bip 3 Pro doesn’t have a lot of tricks and features that make it worth the price.

Its larger display, a number of included trackers (including sleep tracking), gigantic battery life (which is far better than any Apple Watch), and surprising third-party app integrations actually put it ahead of Fitbit in some aspects. It’s still less of a smartwatch and more of a fitness tracker, but if you want to get off the couch and stretch your legs, it’s a great option.

There are currently eight different Bip models available on the Amazfit website. Like the previous Bips, the 3 Pro offers a fairly simple, square case with a watch crown-style button and a touchscreen display.

You get a 44mm plastic case with a matte finish that comes in black, cream, or pink. I had the black version for testing and while it’s fairly unobtrusive, it didn’t feel cheap at all. At 9.65mm thick, it’s thinner than the current Apple Watch, and at just over 33g, it’s also lighter. Granted, Apple uses higher-quality materials for your wrist in comparison.

The case features a 20mm silicone strap that is removable via a simple pin mechanism, making it easy to swap out for a similar sized strap. The wristband has a comfortable, soft feel, and I had no problems wearing it day and night and while exercising on land and in the water.

On the front is a 1.69-inch TFT display with a resolution of 240 x 280 pixels. It’s not an AMOLED display like you’ll find on more expensive Amazfit watches, but it’s definitely a step up in vibrancy and color from the transflective display on the original Amazfit Bip. It does respond to touch with some minor delays, but it’s certainly not as bad as some watches at this price.

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John Brister
John Brister
John Brister is a writer for the Bollyinside, where he primarily focuses on providing coverage of reviews, news, and bargains. He is the one that is in charge of writing about all of the monitors, webcams, and gaming headsets that are deserving of your attention. On the other hand, his byline appears on postings about virtual reality (VR), computers, televisions (TVs), battery packs, and many other topics.


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