adidas - Fit Smart Band + Heart Rate (Large) - White

adidas Fit Smart Band + Heart Rate: Combining the convenience of precise heart rate measurement from your wrist, all-day activity tracking and personalized fitness coaching, this band helps you reach your fitness goals and enjoy a more active lifestyle.

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5
Great heart rate monitor Posted by: from: on This product is the best and I love that I do not have to wear a chest strap

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

5
my experience Posted by: from: oakdale,mn on bought for my husband he wears every day he really likes easy to use great buy

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

3
I like it Posted by: from: on So I'm not even a month in and I'm going to have to return this, the battery does not charge fully, left it charging went as far as 50% then went down to 0, while charging.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

3
Not as good as a FitBit Posted by: from: on Found it hard to setup a program, no really clear directions on how to do anything of use with this item. Will get another FitBit the next time around.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

4
Great heart rate monitor Posted by: from: on Great heart rate monitor, does not need any other sensor. Some other products need arm bands or chest bands to read heart rate.

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

3
unsure Posted by: from: on It's kinda bulky and haven't really figured out how it works yet... will update when I get the hang of it

0 out of 5 found this review helpful.

3
not compatible Posted by: from: on purchased for a friend was not compatible with window phone

0 out of 3 found this review helpful.

4
The best there is up to September 2014 Posted by: from: Middletown OH on PROS Unlike other wrist based HR monitors on fitness bands, this one actually works, although you do have to wear the band pretty tight. The device is very comfortable (soft rubber). The display is sharp even in bright light. Tracks workouts better than most other trackers (tracks speed, distance, heart rate, pace, etc) CONS The app is confusing and not very intuitive, although the charts/graphs are pretty cool. The device is pretty big, so if you have a medium or thinner wrists (even as a man) you'll want the "small" one, because right now, to get accurate hr readings, I have to wear the band on the tightest notch. Overall, I've got extensive use with the fitbit, the basis, the lg fit band, the moto 360, the polar loop, and others. This is better than all of those (for fitness tracking) because the built in HR monitor gives it functionality to those of us who do other forms of exercising (and not just jogging). Hopefully the app and watch funtions continue to develop, I think Adidas did a great job laying down the foundation.

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

4
Good, not great Posted by: from: on Was skeptical when purchasing this as a primary HR monitor to replace an old Nike chest strap. Read all the reviews about how only chest straps are accurate while optical are not. Ultimately, the feature set with the iPhone internet integrated training website was just good enough to take the risk on the device. I bought. it. The pros: Very comfortable even with the optical gear pressing against the base of your forearm. The training app works nicely. You have to perform the assessment workouts to ensure your zones are calculated correctly but once you due, zone workouts are pretty well designed. This of it as your circuit trainer. It tells you when to speed up, when to slow down, how long you need to keep going at a particular pace or alternately at what hear rate you should maintain. Does all of this well and tracks shoe wear and GPS route info. I am lucky enough to work in IT in health care so I had ample opportunity to test the hear rate information against the hospital equipment. Aside from some updates being a little laggy the HR is actually quite accurate. Certainly as good as the 10 year old Nike chest strap gear I used. The cons: inexplicably the Bluetooth device will just stop pairing with your iPhone and in many cases you have to remove the pair altogether, reboot the phone then repair. Obviously the first time I figure it out I was on a 5K jog and spent 3/4 of it trying to get the thing working again. Sometimes, while running on the treadmill, the device loses connection to the sensor and the GPS via the phone so it can be a little disconcerting to know the coach is out of sync with your current stats and when signal is regained the device has to play a little catch up. Overall this is a great fitness computer, especially if you don't trust the optical generation of HR's you can rest assured this HR will be pretty close if not spot on most of the time. I have worn it from clock in to clock out at work many days just to monitor my HR through the day and the battery is still going like a champ. The real con The charging mechanism is absolutely stupid. its about a 6 inch USB cord with a magnetic platform that the underside of the watch adheres to when charging. The cord is too short to ensure you can move it far enough away from your usb port (whether onboard or extern) to ensure you desk remains clutter free. Just doesn't happen, you get this device and your desk will forever be cluttered by a big black watch that just flops around looking for a permanent home but on too short a leash to actually get one.

13 out of 13 found this review helpful.

3
Just for working out! Posted by: from: on Only good for working out and the battery is not one of its best features. I went back to my fitbit and more than happy and cost half the price. If u only want to record ur workout and then re charge the unit than look no further. Nice fit like the band but not worth the money. Many other products out there for cheaper. I would not recommend this item to ur average person who is looking for a fitness tracker.

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

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