Other Sellers on Amazon
MYZONE MZ-3 Physical Activity Belt
|Price:||$129.99 & FREE Shipping|
|You Save:||$20.00 (13%)|
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Supplied by MYZONE® with unique belt ID code, unlocked and guaranteed for immediate use.
- Real time feedback on heart rate, calories and effort. Live display of data via smartphone app, watch or ‘in club’ displays.
- Unique MYZONE Effort Points (MEPs) designed to reward effort to promote fair competition with MYZONE users all over the world.
- Internal memory (16 hours of exercise data) for those times you don’t have your smartphone.
- Uses Bluetooth and ANT+ communication protocol to connect with 3rd party Apps & devices. 99.4% accuracy to an EKG/ECG machine providing data you can trust.
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
The MZ3 is the most relevant and versatile fitness tracker on the market, using Bluetooth, ANT+ and Analog technology to provide real time feedback on heart rate, calories, and effort, to ensure that you get accurate feedback on all your exercise, wherever and however you choose to train. The MZ3’s in-built memory means you can make every session count even when you’re training away from your gym and it’s not convenient to carry your smartphone. Achieve your health and fitness goals with motivational support from friends through a MYZONE® social network and use our unique MYZONE® Effort Points (MEPs) system to give yourself the credit you deserve and make your EFFORT REWARDED.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Customer service gave me the excuse that this is a problem with Android that developers have been trying to solve for a year. This doesn't make sense to me, though, when the app worked with location turned off up until September 2017.
For privacy and safety reasons, I do not give any apps access to my location (unless I'm looking for directions). This makes the app a security/safety/privacy issue for me. I will no longer use My Zone, and am shopping for a replacement now.
The unit, when setup, has your age, weight, height, and BMI. These all play a part in what your effort reading will be. In addition, many fitness centers have systems that will display your "Zone" reading on their treadmills, bikes, or big screen TVs. Interesting instant feedback. As you progress, the system will update your performance level, making it more difficult to get into your different burn rates. There is a whole "Points" system, but this is a gimmick, in my opinion. But research does show if your fighting for something, your bound to try harder. If your at a fitness club, you can compete with someone that is 50, or 30, or 20, and see what everyone's effort is. Since their effort, based on their age and fitness will be "adjusted" against your age and fitness level....sort of.
The system is also designed to sync with your smart phone. I am sure the iPhone works well with the unit, by my Goggle Pixel integration is awful.
I also have a FitBit Blaze. The Blaze is great for everyday use, but lacks accuracy with heart rate and cal. burned. The MZ-3 is dead on. Also, the Blaze is not waterproof, the MZ-3 is.
Missed a few workouts because of it not turning on. Learned that for some reason the device would only turn on after you'd plug it in for a few seconds, the device would read at 83% charged.
I notified my gym who said to contact MyZone for a replacement, and upon the manager looking for the number to call, found that they removed their number off the website.
I emailed them about the issue and it's been a little over a month since I've heard back. The gym gave me a used replacement in the mean time.
I'd rather just go with a HR monitor from a reputable company.
Clearly the App has it's issues if you can't erase old user history on a unit your trying to past off as new...
- Its a great tracker. Very accurate
-Switches on quickly as you plug in onto the chest strap
-They claim battery life is close to 6 months. That was true for a year. After that the battery would not charge completely and the charge would drop quickly. You are supposed to get email notifications when the charge drops below a threshold, that never worked for me, so after a year the module would switch off mid work out.
- Now it looks like i have to charge my monitor every week or so to use it. Do not know how long that will last.
-Customer service is not so great. When i mentioned the issue they just asked me to buy a new one.
if you are charging double the price of usual heart rate monitors i expect the item to last at least for 2-3 years
I'm sad as i really liked the monitor but i do not want to shell out another $150 in a year