iFit Classis Women

A luxury twist on the traditional fitness tracker, the Classic will keep you moving in style.


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A luxury twist on the traditional fitness tracker, the Classic will keep you moving in style. The three fitness subdials discreetly keep you in line with your goals.
- Silicon, textured, 2-toned band
- BLE heart rate compatible
- Displays net calories
- 3-axis accelerometer
- iFit messaging
- Smartphone notifications
- Vibration notifications
- 2 separate band sizes included (S+M or L+XL)
- Rechargeable lithium-ion battery via USB
- Wireless sync with BLE technology
- BLE updatable in field
- Find My Device
- Connects to iFit
- Android and iOS mobile apps available
- Graphite case
- Water-resistant
- Automatic mode change
- Data memory
- Interchangeable style and colored bands
- Wireless sync with BLE technology
- Designs for men and women


Available for Shipping to Canada Post
Assembled Height
2.5 in
Assembled Length
2.5 in
Assembled Weight
1 lb
Assembled Width
1.5 in
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iFit Classis Women is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great stylish watch for work & play! The new “iFit classic white activity tracking watch” is definitely something to talk about! As it notes that it combines fitness with luxury, I can definitely say it does do that. It looks great! It is definitely lightweight and very comfortable. It is a bit pricey, but with a scratch-resistant glass and water-resistant design, it sure is top-notch! It is analog, with no digital viewing on the watch. It can be synced up to either an iPhone or Android-capable device with the Google play store through bluetooth. The iFit App can track calorie intake, steps, distance, calories burned, and sleep patterns. You can either search the food that you have had, manually put it into the watch, or even scan the barcode. It is motion-detected so it tracks how many steps you’ve taken and can let you know when you need to move. The watch will vibrate and light up when it has been a certain amount of time without movement, which can either be set in the app or is preset to 30 minutes. I think you have to have the app to get it started, though. It takes about 45 minutes to an hour to charge it after about a week of use. It will flash red when it is getting low on battery. The watch includes a charger that you snap onto it and plug into any USB capable port. It will also connect to iFit capable equipment. The band is easy to clean, as you would hope with it being white. It is snag-resistant and easy to clasp to remain on your wrist. I did do a workout with it on and it moved around on my wrist quite a bit as there was no tightening it as it was tight as it was. It was also sort of uncomfortable when bending my wrist and having the buttons and side pushing into my hand. The band is fairly decent size to where it can be a very small wrist to a larger one. It does state to put it onto your non-dominant hand, as with the dominant hand the steps might be a little exaggerated. Overall, I think the watch is a great product with the price being the only downfall for me. As a present or a splurge, I could see spending under $200 for it. I would like to see it have the heart rate monitor capability as well for that much, though. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stylish Way to Measure Health Goals The iFit Women's Classic Watch and Fitness Tracker is everything when it comes to counting steps, inputting calories for the day, and tracking sleep habits. Initially, it was overwhelming to understand the various ways the watch works. For instance, lights on the watch flashed several times when I had not moved for 30 minutes and I wasn't sure what was going on until I reviewed the iFit Classic Owner's Manual. There is also a set way of adding calories by using the buttons on the watch. It took me a little while to get used to how to use the buttons. (Food can also be tracked using the iFit app on your iOS or GooglePlay.) The watch operates on iPhones 4s or newer, iPads, and phones with GooglePlay. When opening the watch box, there is a very small square paper with it. This is the only paperwork received with the watch. Following directions on the small square of paper, the purchaser must download the iFit app from iTunes or GooglePlay (depending on which system they have). The iFit app will then provide instructions on how to sync the phone and how to get started. For the iPhone (which is what I used), the iFit app provides a user manual under the help section. This user manual is essential in learning about the watch and how to use it. I had a blast using the watch. It is a reliable way to count steps, add up caloric intake, and review quality of sleep. The dials on the watch move as they track information but it is hard to see the exact number of steps, calories, and sleep quality. To see the actual numbers, the phone syncs with the watch and provides this valuable data. The watch feels heavy initially but I got used to it quickly. Although it does have a large watch face, it looks great. This watch could be worn by people of varying wrist sizes as there are many spaces in the watch band. The watch comes with a charger and cable (they are one unit). It takes approximately seven hours to charge the watch. The charge lasts for roughly a week. As I continued to use the watch, I grew to like it more and more. It looks very stylish, making it a great alternative to other bands that measure fitness goals. Again, it is weighty initially...but that lasts a short amount of time. This is a fun and fantastic product that does exactly what it claims to do. At the cost of $131.78, the iFit Women's Classic Watch and Fitness Tracker is an excellent deal, particularly considering its normal cost is $199.99. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-03-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love the look... Great watch, but it isn't keeping the calorie count. It keeps restarting and hard to tell what is going on.
Date published: 2016-06-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A lot of work to set up extra features Let me say this first. The watch is beautiful and extremely comfortable. That being said, there are NO instructions included with the tracker, except to go to a web site. Once you get there you have a manual to download. The site instructions can be used, but it has a lot links just to get started. The watch is very easy to get out of ship mode. You just hold the bottom button for 3 secs. The watch itself sets like most normal watches, The middles stem pulls out. Now the hard part. There are several modes for the fitness part. This gets confusing to set. You can set numbers of calories, steps, and it records your sleep info. There is no stop watch. I am not sure it is very accurate but it is close. It is a blue tooth enabled device. I also had a difficult time syncing it with my ipad and computer. Still working on that. Customer service is a bit lacking on assisting. The tracker vibrates when you reach a set goal that you have inputed. For me, the manual aspect works fine, but it would have been nice to be able to use the blue tooth feature. You are suppose to be able to keep a month's worth of data backed up. I would have loved being able to make hard copies to take to my doctor. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-03-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A long way away from satisfactory I have been looking for a watch for several months to keep me moving because, hey, everyone could use a reminder they have been sitting for too long working on that research paper, right?! However, my phone or my Ozeri seemed just as accurate as many things I could pay for. I was stoked at having the opportunity to try this iFit watch since I don't always have my phone on me, but I ALWAYS have a watch! Right out of the box, this iFit watch is attractive. It has a great face and I like the combination of colors with the white band and the bronze-tone rim around the face makes for a nice accent. While traditionally I would use a feminine gold watch, obviously this has a different function and a notably different type of band, but I don't mind the material of the band because the face dresses up the watch. This is where my praise ends. First of all, there is absolutely nothing intuitive about this watch from setting up the account to syncing it to my Android (Samsung Note). Their website says the watch is compatible with both Apple devices as well as Android devices, but I have not found this to be completely true. I do not use an iPhone, but rather a Samsung Note and my iPad, and there is no app on my iPad that syncs with this watch. The app in the store for my iPad is not for the watch, but appears to be for a treadmill. Once I finally figured out how to set up an account on my Android phone, syncing seemed to be a problem, as my bluetooth continued to give me a message that the watch was rejecting the pairing process. Turns out that just going through the stages to pair the watch through the app was enough, and I could just eventually ignore the message I continued to receive when turning on my Bluetooth and having it scan for devices. I noticed right away that the steps were way off and I would count 20 feet, and it would count 100 steps. I changed the calibration settings numerous times, yet it didn't seem to help. By morning, the app and the watch reported I had walked over 1100 feet, which is impossible since I watched a lengthy debate last night before heading to bed. Since I don't believe I sleep walk, I am not sure how it arrived at this number. Also, once the app is set up, syncing does get easier by just turning on the Bluetooth and the watch and app sync information. What I found odd was that since I set it up last night Thursday, on Friday, the app didn't know it was the next day (Friday), even though it was 10 hours into the next day. I literally had to sign out and sign back into the app for it to change days. It also seems to be carrying over the steps that were begun last night because again, there is no way I walked 1100 steps by just taking my dog outside and cooking breakfast. I reset the watch back to zeroes more than once to see if I could start fresh, and while it did reset itself, the app did not. I don't see a way to reset the steps on the app to zero for a new day, but this should happen automatically for a new day. When you reset the watch and sync it with the app, you are right back where you began with incorrect information. I even deleted the app, set it up with a different email and different stats, and it captured the exact same information, except now it says 1142 steps when I have been sitting in my chair simply typing this review. Fast forward to 4 days later, and now the app seems to move to a new day automatically. However, the steps are still way off no matter what I calibrate the steps within the app. Yesterday morning, I wanted to start fresh, so I put the watch on my nightstand at night, and when I opened my eyes, I reached over, put the watch on my left wrist and turned on the news for about a half hour before even arising. After that half hour, I decided to sync the watch with the iFit app, and it had counted 72 steps! I had moved my left arm maybe a few times to situate my iPad, but had not yet taken one single step. Also, I noticed that when I set the watch to notify me to move after 30 minutes, maybe it would after an hour - but only if the watch was sitting on a table somewhere! So, apparently any movement on my wrist counts as "movement" and perhaps even a "step" because I don't get notified at all if I am typing on my laptop for 2 hours straight. I imagined it would count "movement" as walking, not just moving my arm to pull my hair out of my face or put a piece of celery in my mouth. Finally, I have very small wrists, so this watch engulfs my wrist making it feel awkward to wear. While I really like the face, it is very bulky, so much so that I can't even get my light jacket over the face of the watch when I want to take the jacket off. It just seems that with all the technology out that there is a way to design a more streamlined product without it being raised nearly a half inch off my wrist. Also, there are no instructions that come with the watch when you open it. You will need to go to their website, choose the appropriate product, and download the PDF to figure out how to turn it on (which is basically holding down the bottom right button for 3 seconds or so until the second hand moves). 4 stars for the face and design 1 star for being too bulky (and thick) 1 star for not fulfilling what it's actually supposed to accomplish - count steps accurately [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ifit will help you stay fit. When we look at the ifit watch at a glance you don’t realize all the benefit of this wonderful product. This Classic watch is more than a time piece. It is a fitness tracker. It is stylish fitness tracker at that. The watch has three sub-dials that keep track of the calories you take in (at the bottom), the steps you take (in the middle), and your net calories (at the top). You can log your calories on your watch or by going to the app on your phone. In your app you will find all varieties of food by category to choose from or you can search for your food. Once your food is added it is then broken down as calories. Then the calories are broken down into category such as fiber, other carbs, sugar, sodium, cholesterol, saturated fat, protein, and unsaturated fat by gram and percentage. This ifit watch and fitness tracker also monitors your sleep. Ifit will also automatically detect the activities you’re doing and when you switch from one activity to another it will detect it. It is water-resistant and compatible with the iPhone 4S and above, iPod Touch 5th Gen and above, and Android 4.3 and above. Oh, My I almost forgot to tell you about the vibration alert that lets you know if you have been sitting to long and it will also wake you up in the mornings. There are goals setup within your ifit App all you have to do is turn them on. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-02-29
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