Competition is fierce with Xiaomi and its Smart Bands. However, the Honor Band 6 is a good connected bracelet to follow your activities for two weeks. Today, it only costs 27.54 euros against 49.90 euros when it was released.
Connected bracelets are perfect accessories to help you track your sports activities, but also track your health. Today, these small trackers are packed with features, sometimes close to connected watches, to offer users complete monitoring without paying a high price. This is the case for example of the Honor Band 6, which records most of your sports activities, and keeps an eye on your sleep as well as your blood oxygenation rate. It has many assets, and becomes more interesting now that it loses more than 20 euros of its price.
The highlights of the Honor Band 6
- A 1.47 inch AMOLED screen
- Advanced health features
- Two-week battery life
Initially at 49.90 euros, the Honor Band 6 connected bracelet is currently on sale at 27.54 euros on Amazon.
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A screen large enough for comfortable use
The Honor Band 6 is an activity tracker that does not particularly stand out for its design. It remains a well finished product, with a sporty look that is quickly forgotten once on the wrist with its 18 grams. It is a rectangular bracelet that is pleasant to use. For the screen, Honor does not skimp on quality by offering AMOLED with excellent contrast.
The 1.47-inch screen displays a correct definition (194 x 364 pixels for 282 dpi). The color rendering is quite satisfactory and the information remains readable, provided the brightness is increased to the maximum. Otherwise, Honor ensures that you can access most notifications from your phone, the bracelet is able to display messages via SMS and certain social networks. You can even trigger the camera or control the music.
A bracelet full of functions
In terms of functionality, Honor’s connected bracelet is rather complete. It has the merit of offering many features, such as sleep tracking with even suggestions to improve your sleep. It is able to analyze the heart rate, but also the oxygen saturation in the blood, the famous SpO2, the monitoring of stress as well as the menstrual cycle.
It also provides generous activity monitoring with more than 95 sport modes, including 10 professional modes. It is also 6 sports disciplines that can be detected by the Honor Band 6, such as running, elliptical trainer, rower, etc. It also benefits from IP68 protection and is waterproof for swimming or water sports enthusiasts up to a depth of 50 meters. No GPS here… This bracelet does not have one, but on that side, the competitors are no better. You will therefore have to rely on the accuracy of your smartphone’s GPS. To find all the data following your sports activities, just go to the brand’s dedicated application.
Very efficient fast charging for the price
Finally, in terms of autonomy, Honor promises an autonomy of two weeks for conventional use and ten days for intensive use. Be aware that the autonomy is quite average once all the tracking is activated. Expect a week instead. Where the manufacturer does better than the competition is with its fast charge. According to the brand, in 10 minutes of charging the bracelet recovers three days of autonomy.
Our selection of the best connected bracelets of the moment
In order to discover the other references available on the connected bracelets market, we invite you to consult our guide to the best connected bracelets for sport in 2022.
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