Mio Motiva Interchangeable Strap Petite Heart Rate Monitor Watch
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- Slender heart rate monitor watch with patented weight-management system
- Lets you set daily calorie targets and record the number of calories you eat
- Accurately reads your ECG heart rate, on demand, without a chest strap
- 5 exercise timers: count up, count down, warmup, walk/run, and repeat
- Integrates Mio's 3,500 Calorie Countdown program; 1-year warranty
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This stylish beauty boasts a slender profile and European design with MIO's patented weight management system. Your weight is directly connected to the foods you eat and the exercise you get. So, how can you easily manage both? The answer is simple with MIO Motiva Petite. This watch exemplifies the quality and styling of MIO's latest and greatest product line. Motiva Petite is designed to help you achieve long-term health through its patented weight management tools and programs. And because we know this watch has to withstand your active lifestyle and everyday wear and tear, it comes with a BONUS interchangeable strap in sky blue and orange! MIO Motiva Petite features: Take your on-demand heart rate anytime, anywhere ¿ Superior MIO technology gives ECG accurate readings WITHOUT a chest strap; Set calorie targets, count calorie intake, track calorie burn easily ¿ MIO's patented calorie management tool is worn right on your wrist; Measure workout intensity and optimize exercise by using our easy to read, color-coded exertion level indicator; Heart Rate Recovery timer - watch how quickly your heart rate returns to resting. It will do so more quickly and efficiently as you become more fit; 3500 Calorie Countdown mode so you can watch the calories (and pounds!) burn off; Five (5) timers for various training programs; Full-featured sports watch including date/time/calendar, alarm, chime, backlit display with 30 m water resistance; Extra, interchangeable watch strap included in the box in sky blue & orange; Includes the MioSENSE Guide to Healthy Living with updated information on health, nutrition, diet, fitness and exercise, and with carb and calorie tables at the back for easy reference.
On the surface, the Mio Motiva Petite heart rate monitor watch--which offers a band designed specifically for petite wrists--is a stylish, everyday, wearable fitness accessory. But the Motiva Petite takes things one step further by integrating Mio's patented weight-management system, giving you all the motivation you need to reach your health and fitness goals. Your weight is directly connected to the foods you eat and the exercise you get. The Motiva Petite helps you manage the former by setting daily calorie targets and recording the number of calories you eat throughout the day. The Motiva Petite then tells you how well you're doing and sets off an alarm should you go over. When it comes to exercise, the device monitors your heart rate and makes sure it stays high during workouts for a maximum calorie burn. With the Motiva Petite, you can literally watch the calories burn off.
Specific features include the ability to accurately read your ECG heart rate without a chest strap, five exercise timers (count up, count down, count up with warmup, walk/run, and repeat), Mio's 3,500 Calorie Countdown program, and a user-accessible battery hatch. As a bonus, the Motiva comes with an interchangeable watch band in sky blue and orange, along with the MioSense Guide for Healthy Living, a booklet that includes information on health, nutrition, diet, fitness, and exercise, along with carb and calorie tables at the back for easy reference.
The story of Mio began in 1999 when it was created by entrepreneur and mother of three, Liz Dickinson. Like many of us, Liz balances family and career, leaving little time for fitness. After several unsuccessful attempts to achieve her fitness goals and shed the pregnancy weight-gain of her third child, Liz turned to a personal trainer for advice. While working with a trainer, Liz realized the key to getting in shape and staying in shape is to practice smart eating habits, monitoring calorie intake, and using a heart rate monitor to ensure that she exercises at the right level. Liz realized there wasn't a product available on the market that would easily help her follow her trainers advice.
Liz didn't have time to read labels and carry a calorie journal in her purse, nor did she have much patience for the uncomfortable chest strap she had to wear to get her heart rate. She knew there had to be a better way, so Liz used her technology and marketing savvy to create Mio, the worlds first heart rate monitor to work without a chest strap. And, it didn't stop with just heart rate, as Mio also has a patented calorie management system that offers a straightforward approach to managing your diet. With the help of Mio and a balanced diet, Liz was able to shed those unwanted pounds and gain the benefits that come with improved fitness: more energy, more vitality, and less stress, and help many others do the same with the creation of Mio's products.
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On my next walking exercise, I did another test. I took 3 readings and all 3 reading read the same heart rate as my Polar. So overall, I would say the motive watch is accurate enough.
As far as design and construction, I think the watch is stylish enough to wear for daily time keeper, and the watch looks really sturdy and well made. It's also small enough for women to wear.
The only complaint I have is the alert sound (whether is for the exercise timer, alarm or anything that needs alert). The alert sound is way too soft. I barely can hear it. Even, my rebook watch has a louder sound than it. I can even hear my rebook watch alert while swimming and listening to my waterproof MP3. Compare to my Polar, I can set up the alert sound to: loud, soft or silent. With my Motiva, I have to keep checking the watch all the time to see if I have reach my exercise time.
I also took this watch on my swimming laps. The watch works fine, but I haven't have any luck getting my heart rate during my swimming. Usually I got it after I shower and change.
My biggest complaint is that the "crystal" seems to be thin, cheap plastic, and I scratched the face the first day. Since then it has become heavily scratched, and I don't think I am particulary hard on it. I would not buy another Mio for this reason.