• Misfit Phase
  • Misfit Phase
  • Misfit Phase

The Misfit Phase certainly looks the part, but its simplicity can lead to frustration.

- Alan Martin , Alphr 

Specs / Features


Classic timepiece automatically tracks steps, distance, calories, and light and restful sleep | Vibration alerts call and text notifications, alarms, custom app notifications | Smart button function allows you to wirelessly play and pause music, take a selfie, control smart home devices, and more | Stainless steel and aluminum body is water-resistant to 5 ATM and features time and activity display | Non-charging, replaceable battery that lasts up to 6 months

Classic timepiece automatically tracks steps, distance, calories, and light and restful sleep | Vibration alerts call and text notifications, alarms, custom app notifications | Smart button function allows you to wirelessly play and pause music, take a selfie, control smart home devices, and more | Stainless steel and aluminum body is water-resistant to 5 ATM and features time and activity display | Non-charging, replaceable battery that lasts up to 6 months

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Specification

Specification
Brand Misfit Wearables
Model MIS5003
Size 15 x 1 cm (5.9 x 0.4 in)

Reviews (7.2/10 Avg. rating)


Tom's Guide

Pretty smart for an analog watch

from Tom's Guide
The Misfit Phase is an attractive, minimalist, analog watch that gives you smartphone notifications and may be especially handy for those who have smart home devices linked to a Harmony hub, but its lack of a display and having to rely on your smartphone every time you receive a notification could be a turnoff for some. While it can’t control smart home devices, the $180 Withings Steel HR can also track your heart rate and deliver smartphone notifications in a smaller, sleeker package... Full review
PC Advisor

Gorgeous and great, but it comes with a hefty price tag

from PC Advisor
If you feel comfortable spending £165 to get a stylish watch (albeit rather a chunky one) with smart features, and are confident that you won't miss GPS or heart rate monitor, you'll be pleased with the Phase. But for anyone questioning that price tag I'd recommend looking at Misfit's other trackers or waiting for the new Misfit Vapor smartwatch release... Full review
Alphr

A smartwatch that looks smarter than it is

from Alphr
Think about the problems you have with smartwatches right now, and the Misfit Phase ticks off pretty much every single one of them. The battery life is incredible, it looks great, and you can look at it in bright sunshine without wondering what the time is... Full review
TrustedReviews

A respectable choice with fantastic battery life

from TrustedReviews
The Misfit Phase is a stylish hybrid smartwatch, but its notifications management can leave you feeling rather confused... Full review
TrustedReviews

A respectable choice with fantastic battery life

from TrustedReviews
The Misfit Phase is a stylish hybrid smartwatch, but its notifications management can leave you feeling rather confused... Full review
TechRadar

More than meets the eye

from TechRadar
Sleek, stylish and simple, the Misfit Phase is an easy-on-the-eye activity tracker that collects your data without really pushing you to become more active. A great step tracker for those after subtlety, but it won’t cut it for enthusiasts... Full review
Stuff

Simple and subtle

from Stuff
Fitness freaks should look elsewhere, but the Phase is otherwise a fantastic first effort from Misfit. Smartwatches don’t have be tiny phones bolted onto your wrist - just handy helpers like this. Notifications might be basic, but they’re really all you need - a gentle nudge to check your phone, and only for the few messaging, email and social networking apps you use the most, not everything you’ve got installed... Full review
Wareable

Minimal design, tactile smarts

from Wareable
The Misfit Phase is an elegant new vessel for Misfit's activity tech, and a beautiful watch in its own right. Notifications take a bit of time to get used to, and activity tracking is still limited overall when put alongside rivals such as Fitbit, but the Phase is all about subtlety – and to that end it gets a lot right... Full review
Ars Technica

Proves hybrid smartwatches could replace basic activity trackers

from Ars Technica
Misfit struck the right balance of smart and style with the Phase. At this point, so many activity trackers cover the basics well that, for a device to stand out, it needs good design, special features, and/or great battery life. While the Phase is a little thick, you can't say it doesn't look like a traditional watch. For many who considered the company's Ray but didn't want to wear two things on their wrist, the Phase is the next best option: it combines the smarts of the Ray with the design of a timepiece... Full review
PhoneArena

Good choice of aesthetic styles with months-long battery life

from PhoneArena
Compared to other smartwatches, fitness trackers, and all matter of hybrid wearables, the Misfit Phase doesn't do a ton of stuff. But perhaps counterintuitively, it succeeds the most because of its limitations. Not squeezing in a digital screen both helps keep the watch looking nice, as well as enables it to enjoy the incredible battery life it does. And once you take the time to configure the Phase to your needs, you really can get some useful value out of notifications that only go as far as “this is the contact who's texting you right now.”.. Full review

Amazon.com Reviews Summary

16 from Amazon.com

16 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Misfit Phase. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.1 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

6.2/10

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