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Amazfit is the second largest manufacturer of wearables globally with over 33 million devices sold today. Our mission is to seamlessly connect biomechanical signals and daily activities with smart data services to promote healthy living and to make our lives easier.

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Amazfit is the second largest manufacturer of wearables globally with over 33 million devices sold today. Our mission is to seamlessly connect biomechanical signals and daily activities with smart data services to promote healthy living and to make our lives easier.

Please feel free to get in touch.

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This running watch has GPS tracking and an always-on display

The GPS-equipped Amazfit Pace tracks daily activity and calories burned, along with running distances, speed, and cadence. It tracks elevation, which some fitness-focused smartwatches don’t do, and has optical heart rate sensors.

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Amazfit Pace Review: Affordable GPS Watch Off to Good Start

It’s not easy to break into the running-watch market when established competitors such as Garmin, TomTom and Fitbit dominate the space. Yet that’s what Amazfit is attempting to do with the Pace, a $159 GPS watch that offers a surprising number of features — such as a heart-rate monitor, a built-in music player and a customizable watch face — at a competitive price.

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Amazfit Pace Is Bringing Affordability to GPS Watches [Review]

This rather affordable GPS tracker uses a customized version of Android Wear, features an always-on transflective touch screen, prompts you with notifications from your phone, and allows you to store music directly on it.

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Amazfit Pace Review

It strikes a great balance between sporty and classy that not too many other smartwatches can achieve [...] the PACE also features move reminders. In case you’re unfamiliar with the feature, the watch will remind you to move every so often if it senses you’ve been sitting for too long. 

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Review: Amazfit Arc, your low maintenance fitness partner

You will quickly forget that you are wearing it, which is actually what you want from an activity tracker. This is a device which is aimed for the average person who is after an activity tracker that seemlessly integrates into his or her life.

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Amazfit Arc Fitness Tracker Review

[The Arc] has the heart rate sensor for more accurate measurements of fat-burning, and a display to keep track of steps and your heart rate on the move, but it doesn’t overload users. The Arc is a fitness tracker that gives users the right amount of information, without the need to recharge every couple of days, and it does so for less than $70.

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Amazfit PACE Review

The Amazfit PACE is one of the few smartwatches in this price range that comes with all the above features built-in. Most sub-$150 smartwatches are very basic, and few have GPS support. The Amazfit PACE lets you drop the phone at home thanks to its built-in GPS and onboard music playback (via wireless headphones). Plus, you’ll be able to track issues like distance and time as well as unique issues like your cadence and elevation gain.

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Live's Holiday Gift Guide

Some like technology that does not look like technology. This is the world's first ceramic activity tracker. It's fully waterproof and will track your sleep and activity. You get all the information through their app and you can also wear it as a pendant. Look how pretty that is on your wrist. I like it!

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Tech Terry is using right now: Amazfit Arc activity tracker

We come across so much expensive high-tech with countless features, but the relatively affordable Amazfit Arc simply performs this: counts many steps I've taken, monitors my (usually racing) heartbeat and tracks how much or little sleep I get. We all could use a little more simplicity in our lives, right?

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Amazfit PACE Release Date, Specs, Features, News & Update

Aside from the usual basics such as a stop watch, a built in compass and an alarm, AmazFit PACE, also, is a smart watch [...] All these cool features are packed in a 1.9-oz watch with a ceramic bezel. 

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12 Great Holiday Gifts

Have a friend that loves their fit lifestyle as much as they love to travel? The Amazfit Moonbeam is a great gift for them. Not only will they be able to track their steps and their sleep, they’ll be able to do it in style.

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Huami launches its Amazfit PACE smartwatch in the US

It can track almost everything, from the speed and cadence of your run, to how many calories you’re burning burn. It can even tell you what elevation and altitude you’re at. It also includes a built-in heart rate tracker.

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Amazfit Pace GPS running watch needs no phone for tracking

Amazfit has a new GPS running watch called the Pace that needs no phone to track all your workout data. The watch has 11 days of battery life and 2.4GB of internal storage.

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Review: Amazfit Arc Fitness Tracker

The Arc is a fitness tracker that gives users the right amount of information, without the need to recharge every couple of days, and it does so for less than $70. The Arc is very much an unsung hero of the wearable world in 2016.

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Amazfit Pace is an affordable GPS running watch with heart rate tracking

Amazfit's on a roll this year. After releasing the Moonbeam, Equator and Arc fitness trackers, the company is now launching its first watch, the Amazfit Pace [...] The Pace is a GPS/GLONASS-enabled running watch that captures distance, time, pace, heart rate and calories. That's alongside running metrics like speed, cadence, altitude, elevation gain, elevation loss and minimum/maximum altitude.

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The Amazfit PACE launches in the US for just $129

The PACE includes built-in GPS, which will allow you to leave your smartphone at home and still be able to keep detailed records of your runs. According to Amazfit, the PACE will also be rated at IP67 and will include a built-in heart rate monitor and will last up to 11 days on just one charge.

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Amazfit PACE Fitness Smartwatch Launches in US at $129

The casing itself is ceramic, and looks very nice in the flesh, all the while looking modern and sporty. This is something that will appeal to a lot of users, but the fact that the PACE only needs one charge to last 11 or more days is perhaps the biggest selling point, all the whiole sporting an always-on display, too.

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Amazfit announces PACE, an affordable GPS enabled running watch

In terms of performance, the watch has pretty good specs under the hood. It runs on a dual-core 1.2GHz processor with half a gig RAM and 2.4 gigabytes of onboard media storage for phone-free running. A 280mAh battery powers the whole thing.

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Amazfit Arc activity tracker offers heart rate tracking and a 20-day battery for just $50

Most activity trackers with an optical HR sensor cost $130 or more. For example, TomTom's $130 Touch Fitness Tracker tracks HR data. The least expensive Fitbit with HR tracking is Charge 2, and it starts at $150. Garmin's vivosmart HR also costs $150. Fifty dollars for a wearable with HR tracking is a great deal, and the HR data I got from Arc, when resting and while working out, was mostly in line with readings I received from Charge 2 and Apple Watch Series 2.

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Amazfit Arc launched, offers comprehensive tracking and 20 day battery life

US-based wearable technology company Amazfit has introduced the new Amazfit Arc, a new heart rate, activity and sleep tracker that can follow a user’s progress in real-time. The Amazfit Arc features a scratch-resistant OLED touchscreen and a 20-day battery life for an introductory price of $49.99.

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Amazfit is probably the most perfect fitness tracker under $80

Compared to the VivoFit or FitBit, it’s the best looking product on the market, being simultaneously gorgeous and inconspicuous. Like I said earlier, it feels more like a piece of jewelry than a technology product.

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Review: Amazfit Fitness Tracker

While the Amazfit isn't the first fitness tracker on the market that looks like some sort of jewelry, it might be the best looking one we've ever used.

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AMAZFIT DESIGNER ON CREATING A FUNCTIONING FASHION ACCESSORY

There are plenty of wearables that smarten up your wrist with tracking abilities and eye catching designs. But some aren't smart enough or pretty enough. The Amazfit from Huami wants to change that by being both.

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AMAZFIT IS TRYING TO MAKE WEARABLES FASHIONABLE

Amazfit is one of those companies. Its ceramic wearable, which was modeled after Chinese jade pendants, is meant to be fashionable. It's got a natural vibe, too. The wearable comes in two wristband styles called Moonbeam and Equator. Very zen.

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Amazfit Blends Tracking With Jewelry

The options for design-minded wearables continue to expand. Amazfit introduces a ceramic-based activity tracker.

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One of the best looking fitness trackers

The tracker arrived in packaging that in all honesty would put Apple to shame. Great thought has been put into making sure every detail oozes sophistication and quality.

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The Best Wearable for Your Favorite Activity

There’s never been a more beautiful lifestyle wearable than the Amazfit Moonbeam. It’s definitely eye-catching — and yes, prepare to get stopped in the streets to be asked, “Where’d you get that?”

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Amazfit Equator Fitness Tracker

So when the Equator comes along by Amazfit, a minimalistic piece of polished ceramic that look like beautiful jewellery and also does everything a modern fitness tracker should, we pay attention.

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Product Hunt: Amazfit

Product Hunt surfaces the best new products, every day. It's a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations.

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Accessorizing with ceramics: Wearable tech company Amazfit debuts ceramic wearable activity tracker

Ceramics are so fashionable. But if the Apple Watch Edition’s more than $1,000 price tag doesn’t fit into your budget, there’s a new option to put the latest ceramic-encased tech on your wrist - Amazfit.

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Minimilistic Beauty, The Amazfit Equator Reviewed

The first thing that came to mind when I put it on was the minimalistic feel the band gave me. What I loved most was that it felt like I was almost not wearing anything on my wrist at all.

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AMAZFIT ACTIVITY TRACKERS LATEST TO COME FROM XIAOMI PARTNERS

Amazfit's Equator and Moonbeam wearables are the latest devices to come from Huami, the company that's partnered up with Xiaomi to sell Xiaomi Mi Band 2 and Mi Band Pulse.

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AMAZFIT SMART BAND WINS 2016 IF DESIGN AWARD

Today, Huami's wearable brand Amazfit has won the 2016 iF industrial design award for its design of an activity and sleep tracker.

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WINNER RED DOT AWARD 2016: PRODUCT DESIGN

We are delighted to inform you today that you are a winner of the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2016. You are one of this year's best of the industry!

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A FITNESS TRACKER MADE BY HUAMI IS THE WORLD'S SECOND MOST POPULAR WEARABLE

A report from IDC shows how Huami has become the world's second largest seller of wearables, when measured by shipments. The hot item? The Mi Band

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HUAMI RAISES $35 MILLION IN SERIES B FUNDING

Huami, the startup that's Xiaomi's fitness wearables partner, has secured US$35 million in series B funding. The startup's announcement says that the investment is from Banyan Capital, Sequoia Capital, and Morningside Capital.

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