For the 05/2022 issue, Stiftung Warentest entered a total of 11 fitness trackers from Samung, Fitbit, Xiaomi, Honor and more. The test winner of the current comparison is the Honor 6 with an overall rating of 2.9 (satisfactory) – so the fitness trackers performed rather modestly overall. After all: no fitness watch really failed either.
The Stiftung Warentest criticizes the rather average accuracy of calorie consumption, the indication of the route length and measuring the heart rate. The Honor 6 only gets an average result in the “Communication and other functions” test criterion. On the other hand, the long battery life is positive.
All results and the entire test by Stiftung Warentest can be found at test.de.
Honor 6 in the CHIP test
In the CHIP test, the fitness watch currently ranks 12th on the list of the best with an overall rating of 1.7 (good). The good battery life is also noticeable in the CHIP test. The app, which is both functionally and visually appealing, is also a success. The Honor 6 does well in the step count test – the displayed value is only 0.2 percent too high on average. However, the silicone wristband is already visibly worn after three weeks of continuous use.
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You can find the test winner as well as other concrete recommendations and background information in our extensive Fitness tracker buying guide.
Other prices in comparison
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