Safety and Warning
- Read all instructions before using the appliance and retain for reference.
- This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
- This appliance is designed for consumer use: follow directions and use only as described.
- This appliance contains no user-serviceable parts. If it suffers any failure or damage, cease usage and contact Kogan.com Support.
- Power On/Off
- Wake/Turn off screen
- Return to main menu
- Turn on sports mode, wake screen.
Bluetooth connection- HitFit Pro
Search for “HitFit Pro APP” in the Google Play or Apple App Store.
Download and install it in your phone. Open HitFit Pro. After confirming your details in the app, turn on Bluetooth.
How to connect with an Android phone
Open HitFit Pro, click “Device Settings” on “Me” to search for Bluetooth devices nearby.
- Find your watch model and click to bind. Click OK as shown below, and then click “Pair”.
- For the best experience, allow your phone to read your location, messages, phone book and allow the push notification function for HitFit Pro.
Once the watch has been successfully paired the Bluetooth icon will show.
How to connect with an iPhone
Turn on Bluetooth on your iPhone and open HitFit Pro. Click “Device Settings” on “Me” to search Bluetooth devices nearby. When prompted, allow the watch to pair with the iPhone.
Clickon the screen, it will show synchronized data in the app.
For iPhone: Notifications will show after allowing push notifications in the settings menu:
For Android: Notifications will show after changing the settings in the App:
Access the main menu by sliding from right to left:
Pull down from the top of the screen to access the pull-down quick menu the weather page and the calendar page:
The functions of the pull-down quick menu shown above are:
- Brightness adjusting
- Phone searching
- Bluetooth searching and connecting
- GPS turning on/off
- Mute mode on/off
- Aeroplane mode on/off
Notifications can be viewed by sliding from left to right:
View the exercise statistics page, single exercise page, sleep monitor page, heart rate monitoring page and GPS page by sliding up:
Note: You can view the next page by swiping up, and return to the last page by swiping down. Alternatively, you can use the turn knob to change screens.
Long press the dial plate and slide around to choose the clock interface you like. Confirm your choice by clicking the screen.
Phonebook: When connected via Bluetooth, you can check your phonebook and receive or reject phone calls from the watch.
Dialler: Make calls from the watch
Call Logs: When connected by Bluetooth this will sync the phones call logs (Android only)
Heart rate: Measure heart rate. While the watch is detecting heart rate, the blue light on the rear of the watch will glow and the reading will show after a few seconds. You can slide the left side to set “Auto”, to detect your heart rate continuously.
Notifications: For Android, set notification permissions for the app.
Profile: Set gender, height, weight, date of birth
Time and date: Synchronised when Bluetooth is connected.
Units: Set imperial/metric units for distance, height and weight
Temperature unit: set Celsius or Fahrenheit
Activate on wrist flick: Enable/disable
Sound: Set ringtone and volume
|Display: Set brightness and backlight off time|
|Info: Display device name and software version|
|Language: Sync to device language or set custom language|
|Battery: Show battery level|
|Factory reset: Restore to factory default|
Siri: With a compatible mobile device, use the Siri functionality through the Kogan Multi sport GPS Watch. You can search for basic information, check the weather, set an alarm etc.
Messages: When connected via Bluetooth, you can check messages and make a quick reply from the watch itself. (iPhone does not support message synchronization yet)
Remote camera: When connected via Bluetooth, this allows the control of your phones camera shutter. Photos will be saved to your mobile. (Open the mobile’s camera first for iPhone)
Music: When connected via Bluetooth, you can use the watch to play music and adjust the volume on your phone.
Stop watch: Use the stopwatch for timing.
|Sound recorder: Click the red dotto start recording and the red square to end recording. Sliding the screen from right to left, you can check the audio recording.|
Gesture: When activated, raising your wrist will turn the unit on, and lowering will turn it off.
Sports: Sports modes for walking, running, biking, hiking, swimming, trail running. (GPS should be on).
You can see the whole day’s movement(step, distance, calorie, time)by clicking the corresponding screen.
Alarm: Set alarm type (meals, meetings, medication, sleep, exercise, get up), time, schedule and tone.
Slide down from the home screen and click on the GPS icon. The watch will take approximately 3 minutes to obtain a GPS lock. If the positioning is successful the watch will show latitude and longitude, otherwise, it will not show any data.
Sport Mode Location
To track your movements, allow “Track GPS” when prompted.
If you would like to track with your watch using GPS, press yes when prompted if you would like to “Wait for GPS location”, as shown below. If you do not want to wait for a location lock, you can skip.
If you select yes, it will take a couple minuted to obtain a GPS lock.
From left to right below:
- GPS is off, as shown by the grey GPS icon.
- GPS is on but the location has failed.
- GPS is on and the watch has been located successfully.
When syncing data via the app and GPS is on, you will be able to track your movements.
Please note, when searching for GPS connection, please try to stay away from high-rise buildings and go to an open area.
HitFit Pro Other functions
To access the app, you will need to register an account to log in or use a third party social media account, like Google, Facebook and Instagram. It is also possible to log in as a guest using the “tourist” button.
You may need to authenticate your account, and if so you will be sent a verification code via email.
You can link your social media account to your device and this can be adjusted in the account management screen.
The app also allows you to edit your user information.
The weather function needs to be synchronized with the app. The weather information page will look like this when activated:
When the app is open, the phone will automatically locate your current city and retrieve weather data based on latitude and longitude (Updated once per hour).
Every time the app is connected to the watch, the weather data will be automatically synced. The watch will receive data for 5 days at a time, but the watch and app will only show weather data for that day.
When the app syncs data, it also transfers weather information data to the watch:
Prerequisites for the use of weather functions
The app requires the location permission of the phone to retrieve the location, as it obtains weather data based on latitude and longitude. If the weather data does not change when the app and watch sync data, you need to check if the phone has GPS on and the apps permissions are set to be able to use GPS.
Receive location permissions on your phone
To enable location permissions on your Android handset, follow these steps (we will use a Redmi Note 5 as an example).
First, open application management in the settings and find HitFit Pro, as shown below. Tap on the app to enter the app settings menu, and then navigate to“Permissions”. Find the location information setting, and select accept as shown below:
To enable location permissions on your iOS handset follow these steps (we will use an Apple 6 with iOS system version 12.2.6 as an example).
My sports data
Tap on the step target view to enter the “My Sports Data” page, showing the cumulative sport time, cumulative calories burned, cumulative active days, cumulative continuous sport days, today's sport steps, and details of the last sport for each type of sport data, as shown below:
Click “Total length of exercise” for any exercise type to check the daily, weekly, monthly and total sports data for each sport:
Click “Today's steps” to see the past week's walking data, as shown below. The target number for the day is displayed in green. When the target is not reached it will display in red. Tap on the week view to view historical step data or click “Set up” to set the walking target of that day.
Within “Weekly Goals”, you can set the target for each sport type for each day, or select the recommended settings of the app.
Tap the free setting mode or the recommended mode to set the sport type target for a one week period. The recommended exercise mode can be set to three different levels of intensity: low, medium and high, as shown below.
Click “Details” in the top right to see the details for each exercise type. After setting the target, enter the interface with a weekly report to display the Weekly Exercise report.
The sports interface displays one-week of exercise data. In the upper right corner, the moving target will be set. You can set a distance or time target and divide it into weekly and daily.
You can swipe to view weekly data on distance, time and calories on the sports interface, and you can view all the sports records for the week below. Click on any record to view the details of the workout.
On the HitFit Pro App home page, the activity record is shown in two colours. Blue indicates that the number of steps walked in an hour period was greater than 300, and red indicates that 300 steps have not been completed within the time period. Green also indicates that in the corresponding time period, more than 300 steps were taken. You may set your own time period, up to 12 hours, and at least 4 hours:
Within the app, you can check daily and weekly sleep quality data, and view the periods of deep sleep and light sleep.
Heart rate data synchronization
Once you have connected, the app will synchronize and display your current heart rate.
In the “Heart Rate” menu, you will see the latest heart rate data. Your heart rate will also be shown on the home page, as shown below:
Dynamic heart rate
Within the heart rate interface tap on “Detailed”. This will enter the dynamic heart rate menu (the heart rate mode of the watch should be set to "Auto").
Click “Start” to view a heart rate log corresponding to a time period as shown below. If the start button is clicked, but the watch does not start the dynamic heart rate function, after ten seconds, you will be notified that the phone did not receive the data set.
Ensure that you are wearing the device snugly but also so that it is not uncomfortable or causing irritation. Click the start button to measure the dynamic heart rate. To record data, you will need to test for 17 seconds or more. Once the recording is completed, tap the “Close” button, and when prompted, select “Yes” if you would like to keep the recording. Tap“Yes” to see the dynamic heart rate graph of the test, as shown below.
Please note: turning off dynamic heart rate via the App will not turn off dynamic heart rate on the watch. Please turn heart rate monitoring off on the watch manually after recording is completed to avoid high power consumption and shorter battery life.
Open the app and connect and go to "Day, Week, and Month" to check your activity, click on the sport to jump to the corresponding GPS sport details interface.
The blue line indicates the path taken on the map, and below you can monitor heart rate, time zone and calories burned. The red marker is the starting point and green marker is the end point:
Strava data sharing
Once the watch's sports data is synchronized with the app, you can share the data by clicking the “Share” button in the upper right corner to show the sharing options including Strava and others, as shown below:
Strava is a social network that allows you to share your activity data, such as the path you ran and the total distance.
It also allows you to view other people’s tracks, for ideas on the nest places to exercise.
When you agree to share your data from HitFit Pro with Strava, you will need to create an account if you do not have one and log in.
If you don't have a Strava account, you can sign up for an account on the Strava page, or use a social media account, as shown below. Once you have logged in, it will allow you to share your logs.
Tap“Share to Strava” to confirm, and after the prompt is successful, you can see the data you just shared on Strava. Due to the limitations of Strava, if the data has been shared with Strava, the prompt synchronization failure will pop up, as shown below:
After uploading, you can view the relevant data on Strava, as shown below. Since Strava's data and HitFit Pro's data are different algorithms, there will be some differences in the data.
Once Strava has been authorised, it will use the account that was logged in by default next time you want to share data. If you want to change your account or cancel your authorisation, you need to go to the sliding interface and click “Strava” to cancel the authorisation:
Sport data function
Click the motion icon to enter the corresponding saved data, as shown below. Click on a single motion view to view the detailed information. Note that the statistics for each motion track only show the current data:
Google fit data share
You can share the data obtained by your watch with Google Fit.
To do this, first tap on share with Google Fit, and then log in to your Google account:
You can view the data you have shared to Google Fit within Google Fits app:
iOS Apple Health data share
As an alternative to Strava or Google Fit, you can share the data from your watch to Apple Health.
First share with Apple Health, as shown below, and allow apple health to record data:
Once data has been shared with Apple Health, you can review the saved data from within Apple health:
From the home menu, tap the “Navigation” button to display the slide bar.
The current avatar, name, gender, and birthday are displayed, as well as the total calories burned and the average calories burned per day.
Below are the respective menus for Android (left) and iOS (right).
Tap on the avatar to enter the user information page, the user can modify the avatar, nickname, sex, birthday, height, weight or sign out:
Changing the dial
In addition to the watch's standard dial, the dial can also be changed via the HitFit Pro app.
Open HitFit Pro and click “Personalize Dial” after the sliding interface, enter the Personalize dial interface to display the dial style, select one and confirm press, after a while, you can see the dial on the watch.
Gesture control setting
Users can set the gesture control time in the App, including“Bright screen time" and "Do not disturb mode" to set when the screen will turn on and the duration:
Q: How do I connect the watch with the App?
A: Please make sure Bluetooth is turned on for both your watch and via the app. To find the Bluetooth name of your watch, navigate to “Settings” on the watch and then find “Watch info”:
Open the Hitfit Pro app, click “Add device” on the “Me” screen to search for Bluetooth devices nearby.
The Bluetooth name will show on an Android phone the same way it appears on the watch, but with an extra suffix “_LE” on iPhone (see below picture). Android is shown left, iOS is shown right.
Android phones only need to connect via Bluetooth through“Device setting”. IPhone’s have to connect Bluetooth via the iPhone’s settings and the app’s “Device setting”.
When the Bluetooth icon turns blue, as shown below, Bluetooth has been successfully connected.
Q: Why does my iPhone need to connect twice?
A: The watch features dual-mode Bluetooth: 3.0 and 4.0. Bluetooth 3.0 is the standard Bluetooth and Bluetooth 4.0 is low energy. iOS devices need to connect twice manually because the Bluetooth on the app can only connect to Bluetooth Low Energy and traditional Bluetooth must connect in iOS’s Setting. Android devices can connect to the standard Bluetooth 3.0 via the app, so there is no need to adjust the phone's settings.
Q: Why won’t the time sync when the watch is connected with the app?
A: Please check that the clock in the watch’s settings has “Time sync” set to “On”.If not, the time will not sync when the watch is connected. If Time Sync is allowed, time will sync automatically after connected (see the below pictures).
Q: Why does the Bluetooth icon colour on the watch sometimes show as dark blue and sometimes show a gradient blue colour?
A: The default for Bluetooth is Bluetooth 4.0. When the watch is connected with via Bluetooth to the iPhone, the Bluetooth icon on watch show dark blue. When this is the case, the watch cannot “find your phone”. Please also connect Bluetooth in your iPhone’s Settings, as well as the watch, then it can connect with Bluetooth 3.0. When connected via Bluetooth 3.0 the Bluetooth icon colour will show as gradient blue and “find your phone” becomes available.
Q: What if I choose cancel when the pop-up pair request shows, after the phone connects to the watch successfully?
A: If you cancel pairing, the data on the watch can still sync to the app, but data on the app like Personal settings, time and date etc. aren’t able to sync to the watch.
The watch features a weather function, but you have to connect with the app and synchronise it first.
The phone will locate your city when you open the app and get weather information according to the current longitude and latitude. The data will update once per hour.
When the watch connects with the app, the weather information will update.
The app can locate your city when the phone has GPS turned on and the location function for the app has permissions allowed.
Q: How do I enter sports mode?
A: Press the top right button on the watch to enter sports selection. Select a sport as shown below.
There are 6 kinds of supported sports: Walking, Running, Biking, Hiking, Trial Run and Indoor Run.
The watch will remind you to track your Heart-Rate and use the GPS when you have set goals, select “Yes” for both.
The watch will detect your heart rate changes during exercise. The distance measurement will be more accurate if GPS is turned on.
If GPS locating fails, there is no need to stand in one place, you can go ahead and commence exercise whilst locating. If the GPS function is still trying to locate for a long time, please change the location or exit sport mode and re-start sport mode again.
Press the button on the top right side to start recording. If you started a sport and then went back to the home screen, press this button to help you enter mode selection immediately.
If you want to Pause or Stop a sport slide your finger on the screen from right to left. After you click Stop, the sport type, achieved rate, sport time, calorie consumption and other info will be displayed. You can Save or Discard the data that was recorded.
Q: How do I check the tracking history after the watch connects with the app?
Navigate to "Motion Record", and select your recorded trip to view on the map.
Android phones need notification permissions in the app to show notifications for the apps you want to see, as shown in the below picture:
If you are using an iOS device, please allow push notifications when you install the app.
Q: Why don’t I receive notifications on the watch sometimes?
A: Please check if the message is on your phone’s notification bar or not. If this message is already on your phones’ notifications, please check that your app has notifications allowed, if not, please allow notifications for the app. If notifications have been allowed, please restart your phone.
Q: Why doesn’t the watch show contents of pushed notifications?
A: The contents of pushed notifications on the watch is the same as your phone’s contents in the notification bar.
- Android 4.4 and above
- iOS 8.0 and above (iPhone 5 and above)
Care / Cleaning and Maintenance
- In the event that the unit comes into contact with any liquid other than clean fresh water, wash the unit in clean fresh water immediately.
- Should the watch need to be cleaned, wipe it down with a clean, damp microfiber cloth.
- To retain the liquid resistance, never subject the unit to impacts, fast moving liquids, or extreme temperatures.