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  • Actual watch on actual arm Hirsuteness sold separatelyBack in 2014, we reviewed the original Basis fitness tracker and, to put it nicely, were underwhelmed But a lot can change in two years and, wow, has it ever The fitness tracker market has really heate...

  • I've had the opportunity to try out a number of smartwatches and fitness trackers in the last couple of years, and while there are a handful that work as advertised, I've had several complete duds as well. Fortunately, the Basis Peak Titanium Edition fall...

  • 10 0
    7

    Date: 7/8/2015

    Good: Minimal interaction, Indestructible design, Realtime heart rate tracking, Comfortable strap

    Bad: Clunky looking design, There's no monthly view with the app, Features set pale in comparison to the competition, Finicky trying to activate the backlighting

    Fitbit might seem to have hammered down the wearable fitness tracker market, but it's surely not the only player in town making moves, since the space is heavily saturated by offerings from not only the fitness-only folks, but even smartphone makers as w...

  • Good: Elegant design with great fitness tracking and notifications in one product.

    Bad: Changeable watch faces, weather app and music controls

    As I stated above, I once wore the original Pebble watch and a FitBit fitness tracker. Eventually, I retired the FitBit but have worn the Pebble ever since. The smart watch features of the Pebble won over advanced fitness tracking. While the Pebble does h...

  • Good: Continuous heart rate data from the wrist, including during exercise, Waterproof can be worn 24/7 including in the shower, Slimmed down profile, Automatic sleep detection the most advanced sleep tracking among fitness trackers (REM cycles, etc), BodyIQ fe...

    Bad: No alarm functions, No food logging or weight logging, Battery life a touch on the short side (4  days), Can't manually edit entries that Body IQ incorrectly estimates (like the exact start and end times of an activity or sleep period)

    The Basis Peak fitness watch moves beyond the company's first generation product by offering continuous 24/7 heart rate monitoring from the wrist -- including during exercise. With a much sleeker profile, some of the most advanced sleep tracking on the ma...

  • The Basis Peak is a wrist-worn fitness tracker which is jam-packed with sensors to monitor an array of information about your body and activity. It also automatically detects whether you're walking, running, cycling or sleeping, and can deliver smartphone...

  • I've had the unit for about a week now and have been wearing it 24×7 (except when charging), and at this point I've got a pretty good grasp of how it works across everything from running and cycling to just regular walking and sleeping.While I typically u...

  • 10 0
    8.4

    Date: 11/14/2014

    Good: Can automatically detect when you're exercising or sleeping&#160, Continuous heart rate monitoring, Long battery life, Comfortable to wear, Interchangeable band

    Bad: Expensive for a fitness tracker, Not as attractive as rival devices, Doesn't track distance, Smartwatchlike notifications not available at launch, The app still doesn't offer much insight into what your data means

    Jawbone. Fitbit. Microsoft. And now... Basis. If you don't know much about the brand, you really should get up to speed: The company quietly put out one of the best fitness trackers, and now it's a part of Intel. Which means, it's officially one of the bi...

  • 10 0
    9

    Date: 11/5/2014

    Good: Fully automated activity detection. Excellent Web app. Includes heart rate and skin temperature readings. Supports some smartwatch functionality. Waterproof. Good display. Comfortable. Swappable band. Waterproof to 50 meters.

    Bad: A little chunky for petite people. No buttons; touch-screen only. Doesn't measure distance. Mobile-only wireless syncing, which means an iOS or Android device is required. No stopwatch. No calorie-counting system

    The new Basis Peak ($199) is the best activity tracker for fitness you can buy on the market today. It looks like an ordinary watch, and a slightly sporty one at that. But the magic is in how it automatically detects when you're walking, running, sle...

  • 10 0
    8

    Date: 11/5/2014

    Good: Seriously good heartrate tracking—on a wristband, no less, Industrybest sleep tracking for a wrist wearable, Slick industrial design, good battery life, and it's comfortable, Automatically tracks exercise sessions and sleep; no button presses required....

    Bad: Smartwatchstyle notifications can't come soon enough, Infrequent but still very real heartrate dropouts are annoying

    The Basis Peak is a vast improvement over the Basis B1, that oh-so-promising but still quite imperfect activity-tracking wristband from early 2013. The Peak is more stylish than the B1, has a better display than the B1, and is easier to use than the B1. B...

  • 10 0
    8

    Date: 11/5/2014

    Good: Seriously good heartrate tracking—on a wristband, no less, Industrybest sleep tracking for a wrist wearable, Slick industrial design, good battery life, and it's comfortable, Automatically tracks exercise sessions and sleep; no button presses required....

    Bad: Smartwatchstyle notifications can't come soon enough, Infrequent but still very real heartrate dropouts are annoying

    The Basis Peak is a vast improvement over the Basis B1, that oh-so-promising but still quite imperfect activity-tracking wristband from early 2013. The Peak is more stylish than the B1, has a better display than the B1, and is easier to use than the B1.Bu...

  • 10 0
    7

    Date: 11/5/2014

    Good: Comfortable, attractive design, Tracks sleep, Comprehensive data, Built-in heart rate monitor

    Bad: Not all features available at launch, Doesn't track distance

    As the first wrist activity-band with a built-in heart rate monitor, the Basis B1 helped pave the way for a generation of fitness trackers that provided more information than just the number of steps you take in a day. With the Peak, Basis is adding anoth...

  • 10 0
    6

    Date: 11/5/2014

    Good: The Basis Peak is a fitnessfocused waterproof smartwatch that runs for days on a single battery charge. It passively measures heartrate and steps, with little need for intervention from the user.

    Bad: Its swipebased interface is almost too smart for its own good. Many promised features won't be available until future firmware updates. The watch isn't very attractive or stylish, and its mobile app design is far behind competitors like Jawbone...

    Smart wearables should be automatic. And as I wake up and get myself a coffee, I look at the Basis Peak on my wrist and think, "I don't have to do a thing. This is nice."But, how do I adjust the time, which is stuck in Daylight Savings?I'd never before us...

  • The original Basis B1 Band was damn near the greatest activity tracker in the land, but it wasn't. It had all the sensors (and then some) it took to get there, but its performance was inconsistent, and perhaps more importantly, it was bulky and ugly. Well...

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  • 1.78"
  • LCD
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  • 144 x 168 pixels

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  • 1.8 oz (51 g)
  • 1.37" (3.49 cm)
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