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Nike+ Fuelband SE Fitness Tracker

by Nike
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Price: $84.49 - $319.00
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  • Available in three sizes: small (5.79 Inch/147mm), medium/large (6.77 Inch/172mm) and extra-large (7.76 Inch/197mm)
  • Includes two easy-to-insert links (.32 Inch/8mm and .63 Inch/16mm) for a fine-tuned fit
  • USB charging cable and sizing tool included
  • Ambient light sensor detects environmental light levels and adjusts accordingly
  • Bluetooth 4.0 pairing to smart phones

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Product Description

Product Description

PRODUCT DETAILS •Available in three sizes: small (5.79 inches / 147mm), medium/large (6.77 inches / 172mm) and extra-large (7.76 inches / 197mm). •Includes two easy-to-insert links (.32 inches / 8mm and .63 inches / 16mm) for a fine-tuned fit •USB charging cable and sizing tool included •Ambient light sensor detects environmental light levels and adjusts accordingly •Bluetooth 4.0 pairing to smart phones (for use with the Nike+ FuelBand app for iOS 6.1 and above, iPhone 4S and above, and iPod Touch 5th generation and above) •Optimized for the web (Mac OSX v10.6 and above / Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8) and works on iOS devices (iPhone 4S and above, iPod Touch 5th generation and above). •Water-resistant

From the Manufacturer

The new Nike+ FuelBand SE is the smart, simple and fun way to get more active. Earns NikeFuel, a universal way to measure movement for all kinds of activities Tracks the intensity of your workouts and enables sleep tracking with Nike+ Sessions Counts steps and tells time Displays your progress in real time Keeps you and your friends motivated through Nike+ Groups Bluetooth 4.0 technology allows you to stay constantly connected to your phone, receiving feedback and motivation as you need it. Win the Hour: Receive Move reminders that give you an extra push to get you moving every hour. Nike+ Sessions: Keep track of the intensity of your workouts through NikeFuel so you can understand what activities earn you the most. Nike+ Groups: Opens up more ways to connect with your friends so you can keep each other going.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00L0U9MQM
  • Item model number: WM0110-003-Parent
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (176 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #212 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Piece of junk!
Forensics
It's just something that makes getting active fun and allows you some way to track how active you are being, and in that aspect it does a great job!
Amazon Customer
I am also a big Nike fan and had waited anxiously for my my new Fuelband SE to arrive.
m

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294 of 315 people found the following review helpful By m on November 8, 2013
I am a runner who completes multiple half and full marathon races yearly. I also enjoy doing a number of other types of exercise. I am also a big Nike fan and had waited anxiously for my my new Fuelband SE to arrive. I have previously owned the original (version 1) Fuelband as well. I ordered this product on October 15th which is the day Nike held a press conference to announce this new product. It arrived on 11-6-13. I boxed it up and mailed it back this morning on 11-8-13 after only one days use. Here are my thoughts:

1. Nike announced at their 10-15 press conference that this device would have sleep tracking features similar to the Fitbit. When the SE arrived, the downloadable instruction manual did not mention anything about sleep features. I called the Nike customer service people and they said it was a last second decision to remove the sleep tracking features. If you are wanting to track sleep patterns like the Fitbit does, this device has zero ways to track sleep.

2. The big new feature in this model was supposed to be increased internal technology to track all kinds of different exercises a person does. This would therefore give a more accurate gauge of the Nike Fuel expended with those exercises. So after work yesterday, I went off to the gym for an hour on the elliptical machine. I cranked the resistance and speed way up and my shirt was soaked in sweat after my hour was complete. My Fuelband SE said that workout was worth 211 Fuel points. To give you a comparison, that is similar to the fuel points a person could obtain by walking slowly on a treadmill for 15 minutes. I am a 6'2 200 lb man. 211 points? You have got to be kidding me. That workout was brutal and should have been 1000+ Fuel points if the device had worked correctly.
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60 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 31, 2013
I got the Nike+ Fuelband for a Christmas present and all in all I really like it. I think being able to see your progress right there on your wrist is a great motivational tool, and I know that on more than one occasion it's gotten me off my butt and into the gym. There are a few cons to consider before purchasing though, including:
A) I'm a step counter. This isn't very accurate since it doesn't count your steps if your arms are not swinging (seeing as it's on your wrist and all) I noticed shopping the other day that I had my purse on my arm I wear the band on, and had it tucked in and motionless, and my steps were not counted at all. Not a problem if you are on a walk or the treadmill, but if you for any reason do not have motion in your arms, it will not be accurate. Also the opposite; if you are swinging your arms all around it thinks you are taking steps (try it, it's good for a laugh!)
B) If you are a weightlifter, yogi, or into workout classes like Insanity or Pilates, this won't accurately reflect what you're doing. I was curious what my Insanity class (a 50 minute HIIT class) would show as far as steps and fuel points, but was disappointed that a lot of it was not counted, as a good 15 min or so is spent in a plank/pushup position and the band doesn't register it. I think that my Nike Fuel showed how hard I worked, gaining about 1000 points or so, but I would have liked to see my efforts reflected in all the measurements it takes (cals, hours won, steps)
C) You have to have an Iphone to sync it with your phone. I have an Android, Galaxy S4, but for some reason Nike doesn't have the app for the android market. Pretty silly if you ask me!
Even with these negatives, I really like this product.
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169 of 195 people found the following review helpful By Philip LaDuke on January 4, 2014
The Nike FuelBand when used with the iPad or iPhone Ap can make normal exercise a lot of fun. While some people complain that it won't track runs or similar activities, the ap allows you to set up sessions (everything from a run to tennis with all points in between.) I purchased one recently and after 5 days use (and meticulous care---I didn't even get it wet) the button that activates the display on the band stopped working. After reloading the factory settings and resyncing the device to ensure I had the latest firmware and software loaded i called tech support. A very helpful woman named Barbara told me that while the button issue had been a problem on the first generation device, the engineers had redesigned it and no such problem now exists. When I explained that based on my sample of one, they are 100% defective, she acknowledged that a problem existed but that it was exceedingly rare. She went on to compare the reliability of the Fuelband to the reliability of the first generation iPod, which I found tacky. Frankly why anyone would think I would care about the reliability of the first generation of iPod in this circumstance is mystifying to me. Barbara laid out my options as either return the unit (standard shipping 5-7 days for it to get to Memphis, 5-7 days for them to look at it, and 5-7 days to get it back to me. I told her that this was absurd, and that in thins scenario Nike would have my unit almost 5 times longer than I had owned it. She then offered me a "collatoral" option, wherein I would provide a credit card number and promise that if, for any reason, Nike judged my complaint to be outside the warranty I would be billed for a new unit, but if after receiving the unit and Nike judged it to be a legitimate warranty issue my card would not be charged.Read more ›
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