Can't wait for it to arrive in our country. 11 sensors and functions both as a fitness band and a smartwatch. Great value for the price. This is a proper piece of tech.
Another person that doesn't get it. A fitness band is cheaper but doesn't do notifications, a smart watch doesn't do proper fitness tracking and has worse battery life. This is a great compromise between the two.
AnonD-251110, 16 Nov 2015Band 2 have tabata or interval training timer ? I run often and my usual training are with i... moreEven if there's no such thing right now, the apps will pop up as it's pretty easy to write them.
I really don't agree with this review at all on the negative side
I've looked up pricing on fitness bands/watches, and anything with a GPS is $250 or more.. The MS Band 2 seems comparatively inexpensive actually.
Regarding durability: OK, I've only had it about 3 weeks now (since launch) but I wore it out on the trails while doing a Ragnar Relay in Arizona, and have worn it through many other workouts and yoga classes. It doesn't look any different than when I got it (face down, right wrist). I actually feel it rubbing against my desk and/or keyboard a lot when I type at work, but it hasn't scratched the screen at all.
the battery doesn't last more than two days, sure. I'll give you that. I've found that charging it about 20 min per day works though (usually during a shower)
AnonD-251110, 16 Nov 2015Band 2 have tabata or interval training timer ? I run often and my usual training are with i... moreHuh??????
Band 2 have tabata or interval training timer ? I run often and my usual training are with intervals. 10"/15" 15"/15" 10"/20" and etc. Hope someone help me with this question
You say it have a IP 67 certification and then say lack of resistance!?
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