My wellness tracker was working as it should but now.
My wellness tracker now has a broken band Kogan does not sell replacement parts like bands, the unit was only 6 moths old but the removable band broke where the buckle sits it is now electronic waste unless I can get a new band looking at the questions others have been asking the same question where can we get replacement bands!
Purchased in February 2020 for A$79.00.
The setting is all through the app with all request to access to your mobile phone!
First I unbox it, the following issues I encountered are:
1. Cannot pair my phone with Android 9 OS due to unrecognisable key pass?
2. Require to access all my call, messages, contacts and storage, track location?
3. All setting seem configure through the app, which is unrealible.
If you are looking for meaningful health stats this is not for you
If you are looking for a device that tells date and time then this works but not for health stats in fact this device could be dangerous as the measurements when compared to a cuff are fictitious as all measurements are under the norms especially BP. My desk had a BP of115/71 and oxygen saturation of 98% when the device was placed on it and measurements are taken it theoretically should have reported a nil measurement. This then raises the question of the accuracy and efficacy of other measurement devices sold by Kogan and Dick Smith. I understand that this type of device is not going to be 100 percent accurate but you should expect a device that is not going to give fictitious measurements.
Purchased in January 2020 for A$19.99.
- Verified purchase
Currently a huge waste of money, a useless piece of tech
Manual states to download an app to your phone called HitFit Pro. On downloading, I found that unless you give it access to a bunch of your personal stuff, including the ability to both send and read phone calls and SMS messages, the app hits a lock screen and won't load. Really uncomfortable with an app that requires this much access. Currently looking for another app which will work with this product that doesn't feel like it's a bit of ASIO or AFP spyware.
I can't even get it to sync with any phone or computer in the house to update the cor...rect date and time, so it can't even be used as a basic watch. Oh, and whoever thought supplying the product with a full sized USB type A input instead of a smaller one, meaning you'll need a converter to connect it to the phone it's supposed to work with, is an idiot.
Don’t buy it!
Purchased this product because it was cheap so I thought I’d give it a go. I’m an athlete and wanted something I could use when running. I hate wearing any devices but because the price I decided to give it a go.
Well for one, I can’t set time. There are no instructions. The steps are incorrect, the heart rate is pathetic. My resting hr is around 40 bpm yet it reads 65 +. Blood pressure is off the planet.
So really I have purchased this item for nothing because I can’t even get the time!
Don’t buy it!!
Purchased in May 2019.
- Verified purchase
It should not be legal to sell this product
I recently purchased the Pulse+ Wellbeing Tracker.
I know that these wrist worn devices and not always very accurate, but this device spits out numbers which have absolutely no correlation with reality. I bought the device pretty much just to measure my heart rate. While wrist worn devices are not as accurate as say a chest strap at measuring heart rate I didn't need something accurate, just an approximation. For the price I thought I'd give it a go, particularly since "Pulse+" was in the name so I thought that perhaps it would at least meas...ure my pulse somewhat accurately. Interestingly enough there were no disclaimers about situations where the device *wouldn't* work, such as while exercising. I was really suspicious about the ability for the device to measure blood pressure, but that would be very useful for me if it did work. Once I received the Kogan Pulse+ Wellbeing Tracker, the manual didn't really enlighten me any further. It pretty much just tells you how to sync the tracker with your phone. That part works great. If all you want is a handheld device that tells the time and sends you the occasional notification, this is the device for you. However if you actually want to track an meaningful numbers about your "wellbeing" look somewhere else. The reason there's no guidance about cases where the tracker doesn't work, is that I couldn't find any case where it does. Just sitting down in a chair will repeatedly give you wildly different heart rates anywhere between 60bpm to 90bpm. Try walking slowing on a treadmill and I just saw my heart rate go down to 55bpm! Don't even try jogging with the thing taking a measurement as you'll get anywhere from 50bpm to 120bpm measurements right after each other. The blood pressure also appears to be completely made up. I tried it on myself and other people and compared the results to a proper blood pressure cuff and saw no sense in the numbers the tracker gave. At this point I gave up and I'm not even going to attempt to see how any of the other measurements on the device work.
Questions & Answers
Happy with the performance of the Kogan Pulse+ Wellbeing Tracker (KAPLPSWBTRA), but where can i buy a replacement band for it?
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