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- Sync post-run to the free milestone pod app available for iOS and Android
- Discover your foot strike, cadence, stride length, leg swing, RATE of impact and ground contact time
- Clip it on and Go. No buttons, no recharging, no GPS signal needed
- Track shoe life with an automatic shoe odometer
- Also connects as a real-time Bluetooth foot pod to Compatible 3Rd party watches and Apps
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Make any shoes smart with the MilestonePod, your portable run lab. Pair with the MilestonePod App to uncover unique run/walk data and insights. Because HOW you run matters! For no extra effort, you will get cadence, stride length, ground contact, foot strike, rate of impact, leg swing and total shoe mileage. In addition, the Pod tracks basic performance measures like pace, distance, steps and calories - all in a fun and easy-to-use interface. Learn about your form and gait to improve performance, stay healthy and find the right shoe. Just clip the MilestonePod onto your shoe and go. There are no buttons, no charging and no need for a GPS signal. It works the same indoor or out. It's always on, already ready to collect your data. After you run, sync the Pod to your MilestonePod App in seconds. Do you use a GPS watch or app? No problem! Now you can get unique foot-based metrics too. The MilestonePod remains attached to your shoe for the life of your shoes, then can be reset and transferred to a new pair. If you still have the MilestonePod V2, don’t worry it still works, but with the New MilestonePod and the latest MilestonePod App you get: a new clip-on Pod that is easier to mount (no more unlacing!), longer battery life, waterproofing, improved accuracy, even faster sync time, the option to download data to Excel (V2 or New MilestonePod). The FREE MilestonePod App requires an iOS mobile device with iOS 7 or newer, or Android based mobile device running Android 4.3 or newer, and Bluetooth 4.0.
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- Cost (half of my Garmin foot-pod, which cannot record runs)
- The graphs are really cool
- Running tips via email are another nice touch
-- CONS --
- Data is inaccurate even after months of calibrating each and every run with known good value--GPS watch, Garmin pod, manually verifying distances via online maps (google, mapmyrun...etc)
- The app is klunky. Trying to view maps
- Can't sync the pod while it's recording (my garmin pod syncs via ANT+ so I can see my cadence on my watch as I'm running)
- No way to start/pause/stop...it just records whenever it feels like it and stops randomly.
I saw the $25 pod and was really excited about the potential. I initially bought the Milestone Pod with two intentions:
1) Gain insight into my foot strike and running form (instead of recording video of me running on a treadmill frequently).
2) A more natural way to record runs (supplement my Garmin watch, hr monitor and foot-pod -- for non-workouts where I don't need HR and other data)
Honestly, I was impressed for the first few weeks. The pod was coming up short on all my runs but once I corrected the distance the pace would be within a few seconds to what my Garmin would have recorded (generally slightly slower because it would record me walking the first 30 seconds or so from my house to the sidewalk).
However, it's now been 3 months (55runs!) of patiently correcting the distance of the Milestone Pod after every run and the data is only getting worse. I replaced the battery and the distance is even farther off lately...to the point where even calibrating distance isn't getting it back to accurate values
Today was the final straw for me. I did 0.6 miles in 7:40, stretched, then did a 4.5 mile run in 38:05. What did the Milestone Pod record? 16 minutes of running, for a total of 1.5 miles!? There's no reasonable explanation why it would end up with 1.5 miles (my 4.5 mile run was 2.25 out and back and I turned around at 19:43 so it's not like it even cut that run in half)!.
I'm sorry Milestone...but I your product is absolute garbage. I could possibly accept having to calibrate every run since the pod is cheaper than others--though it ends up being far more expensive after you take into consideration that looking up runs online takes time at 20 hours a year calibrating (5 minutes per run, 4-5 runs a week)--but even after calibration, some of the runs don't even provide accurate data.
Update. Still happy with it. It pairs with some apps, but not all. Pairs with Strava, but Strava can’t read the data. It always reads zero spm. It gave me cadence 2 runs out of about 25, and then zero again for the past 10 runs. Milestone says it should work fine with Strava. Strava at first said it won’t work with the Milestone pod and later changed their opinion when I got it to synchronize. Now that it again doesn’t Strava says it should. Strange. Works with other apps that I don’t like to use, but I may have to.
Seems to be overall very accurate. The graphs of some runs look wrong, but seem ok next time, so I’m ok with it.
The down side for me is that the speed and distance is always incorrect, and I seem to have to make the necessary corrections after every run. For outdoor runs I have a Garmin 910XT and Garmin Footpod on one foot and the MilestonePod on my other foot. Post run I had to make corrections as the Milestone seems to have me running .5 mph faster then the Garmin 910XT(GPS). For Indoor treadmill running with Zwift I am being displayed as running .5 mph faster than what is displayed on the treadmill speed. The results from my Garmin combo and treadmill are pretty much spot on.
I really want to like this product and give it 5 stars but the post run corrections are frustrating. Perhaps another firmware update will correct the inconsistent results and I will amend this review.