The first GPS bracelet — NO.1 F5, anything new about it

October 25th, 2017


Recently NO.1 smartwatch releases a new model, the bracelet series NO.1 F5.

As a fitness band, F5 is built for sports. It has built-in GPS sensor, independently, you can use the GPS without your phone. NO.1 takes advantages of the GPS in the sports. Cycling, climbing, running, it will record your trajectory, speed, time, distance and of course, the calorie burnt. Check the pics below, my colleague went to cycling weeks ago with the F5. This is the trajectory the F5 recorded, you can check this on the companion app. In the left window, click the map, you’ll get the full trajectory, like the right one.


As for climbing, this bracelet is more professional. The built in GPS sensor can record your route, the altimeter can real time display the height, you can see the increasing altitude with your legs moving. Beside, the real time changing Air-pressure, this is also very important when you climbing the mountains, it is important for your health.

Last but not least, the thermometer. F5 has built-in thermometer, not like the previous products, which receive the data from internet, it can real time display the temperature, just like the Casio watch, with a fire nearby, the result will increase rapidly. You don’t need to worry about the wrong positioning, wrong data/temperature like the previous products. Real time temperature measurement will give you the a correct result.

As a fitness band, F5 supports Heart rate, Blood oxygen, Blood pressure measurement, besides, the app can record the sports data, as you can see the left one is the sleep quality, below is the heart rate; and the right one is the calorie burnt. It will help you achieve fitness goals.

heart rate sleep

With good hardware and companion app, what users need is a durable frame, a waterproof structure. The frame is not metallic, as we know, metallic frame will influence the GPS signal, so we use some light but durable material to build up this tightly, waterproof structure, so you can have a better user experience.

Any question please feel free to comment, I’ll reply as soon as possible.

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  • Marangoni Simone

    Mar th, 2018 8:52 PM Reply

    I recently bought and tested in a trek my new F5.
    Positives: lightweiht, very nice, comfortable, long life battery.
    – light and contrast of display are insufficient, control of light in setup does not work, is useless!
    – Heartbeat count, calories count and steps count are too much excessive.
    Calories and steps counts are incredibly different in the same day if you watch on the main display, in the inner page of the day count and in the activity page (it’s really impossible that the activity count of a 5 ours trek is double than the 24h count!).
    – After an altitude reset, for a relative measure, it semms impossible to turn back to the absolute measure.
    – export of the track in the app is absolutely useless if I cannot export a GPX file on my Mac!

    Please, improove these points on the watch and on the app!

    • Jon

      Mar th, 2018 11:26 AM Reply

      Thanks for your suggestion. I’ll tell our engineers about your suggestion. About the heartbeat count, calories, it is inspired by the Garmin, it will count the adult’s daily calories burnt.(even you did not do any exercise) About the altitude, it is a relative height measurement, you can manually set the sea level.

  • Sean

    Feb th, 2018 8:39 PM Reply

    I can’t seem to get the watch to track sleep quality, any suggestions?

    • Jon

      Feb th, 2018 3:33 PM Reply

      There was a faulty firmware version, did you update to the latest one?

      • Sean

        Feb th, 2018 5:12 AM Reply

        Hi Jon, the HPlus app shows firmware version 2.1.3, it says it is the latest when I try to update. Please let me know if there something I can do for more consistent sleep tracking. Thanks!

    • Sean

      Mar st, 2018 12:55 AM Reply

      It’s tracking sleep now, problem solved.

      • Jon

        Mar st, 2018 12:04 PM Reply

        Glad to hear that. 🙂

  • Andy

    Jan th, 2018 10:51 AM Reply

    You said–> this chip doesn’t support this function, you can’t export GPX file from the training.

    It’s not the problem of the chip. If the F5 can send and sync its data into HPlus App, then HPlus Developer should add the “GPX Export” feature into their next update of the App

    • Jon

      Jan th, 2018 12:57 PM Reply

      Sorry, I’m not an coder, that’s how the engineers told me. And I asked them many times about this question, they were busy with projects, hope they could make it soon. Any news I’ll let you know.

  • André Mendes

    Dec th, 2017 7:26 PM Reply

    What is the app that work with this watch? to android phone

    • Jon

      Dec th, 2017 2:54 PM Reply

      Hplus, you can download it on Google Play.

  • Isidoro

    Dec rd, 2017 2:21 PM Reply

    Me dé también el porcentaje de la frecuencia cardíaca lo dice en porcentaje también

    • Jon

      Dec th, 2017 4:24 PM Reply

      Heart rate monitoring? Yes, it supports, percentage? not sure what is it.

  • Jon

    Nov th, 2017 12:50 PM Reply

    Hello Domingos,
    1, nope, you can only check the tracks in the apps.
    2, yes, it has interval training and laps
    3, sorry, I just got the answer from our engineers, this chip doesn’t support this function, you can’t export GPX file from the training. 🙁

  • Domingos Martins

    Nov th, 2017 11:10 PM Reply

    1. it has tack navigation like this image, and import tracks? (×416.jpg)
    2. It has interval training and laps?
    3. It’s possible to export GPX file from the trainings?

  • Vadim

    Nov th, 2017 5:49 AM Reply

    1) Can I export track to Strava, for example (by file or other)?
    2) Do you have information about current pace (min/km)?
    3) Do you have information about current distance?

    • Jon

      Nov th, 2017 12:26 PM Reply

      Hello Vadim,
      1, Nope, unfortunately, the sports data can’t export to Strava, we’ll try to contact Strava, maybe they could help us. 🙂
      2, Yes. 3, Yes. 🙂

  • Yaroslav

    Nov st, 2017 11:06 PM Reply

    There is a possibility connect to external heart rate monitor via Bluetooth?
    They record the GPS track file?

    • Jon

      Nov nd, 2017 12:22 PM Reply

      Hello Yaroslav, I’m sorry, I’m afraid not. But it supports GPS tracking, it has built-in GPS sensor.

  • Ivan

    Oct th, 2017 4:38 AM Reply

    What about the microphone and speaker?

    • Jon

      Oct th, 2017 11:38 AM Reply

      It is a bracelet, so nope. 🙂

  • Simon Li

    Oct th, 2017 10:05 PM Reply

    I guess like Garmin Fenix series, the screen is not touch screen.

    • Jon

      Oct th, 2017 11:51 AM Reply

      No, not touch screen, but there is a key button in the top.

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