Misfit Ray - Fitness + Sleep Tracker with Black Leather Band (Carbon Black)
- Vibration alerts for call and text notifications, movement reminders, and alarms
- Smart button enabled to control connected household devices
- Swimproof, anodized aluminum cylinder with multicolor LED progress display
- Automatically tracks steps, distance, calories, and light and heavy sleep
- Non-charging, replaceable batteries last up to 6 months
- NOTE: Refer the User Guide from the Technical Specification before use which is highly recommended.
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Performance in Its Purest Form
Misfit Ray is our most minimal and versatile tracker. It delivers the fitness and sleep tracking you need to stay motivated, including steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned, activity tagging, and sleep duration and quality. It also never needs charging and is water-resistant to 50 meters, so it can be worn constantly. That means more data, better insights, and more powerful motivation.
Your Most Valuable Accessory
Ray’s clean lines create a form that is as much about fashion as it is about function. Wear it stacked with a smart watch and cuff, or customize it to your style — it features hidden 8-mm spring bars that allow it to be worn with almost any standard accessory, including watch bands, bracelets, or necklaces.
Activity Isn't Just Steps
Ray tracks cycling, soccer, tennis, basketball, swimming and more in addition to steps, calories and distance.
Track total hours slept by breaking the data down into light and deep sleep to gain insight into one of the most important parts of a healthy lifestyle. Set sleep goals and alarms to help you get a good night’s rest.
Control Your World
Ray allows you to easily control the world around you. Set movement reminders, get vibration alerts for calls/text/alarms, take a selfie, control your music, turn on Misfit Bolt, connect with Spotify, Nest, Logitech Harmony, Yo and many more to use the simplest platform in connected living.
Ray is water resistant to 50 meters. Reach your goal by taking that extra lap around the pool to see where your activity level stands.
Like all Misfit wearable devices, Ray requires no charging. Replaceable button cell batteries lasts up to 6 months.
Ray syncs with fitness and health apps like LoseIt!, Runkeeper, MapMyFitness, MyFitnessPal and IFTTT.
Ray is compatible with iPhone 4S/5/5C/5S/6/6 Plus, iPod Touch 5th Gen and above, iPad 3/4/Air/Mini (all running iOS 7 and above), Samsung Galaxy S4/S5/S6, Samsung Note 3/4/5 and the Google Nexus 4/5/6 (Or other BLE ready Android devices running software 4.3 and above).
|Fitness Tracker||Misfit Ray||Misfit Shine 2||Misfit Shine||Misfit Flash|
|Tracks: Steps Taken, Calories Burned, Distance Travelled, Sleep Quality & Duration||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Alert Vibrations: Incoming Call & Text, Movement Reminders, Smart Alarm||✓||✓|
|Smart Button Capable / IFTTT Integration||✓||✓||✓|
|In-app Social Sharing||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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Performance in its purest form. Misfit ray is our most minimal and versatile tracker. It delivers the fitness and sleep tracking you need to stay motivated, including steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned, activity tagging, and sleep duration and quality. It also never needs charging and is water-resistant to 50 meters, so it can be worn constantly. That means more data, better insights, and more powerful motivation. Ray’s clean lines create a form that is as much about fashion as it is about function. Wear it stacked with a smart Watch and cuff, or Customize it to your style - it features hidden 8-mm spring bars that allow it to be worn with almost any standard accessory, including Watch bands, bracelets, or necklaces.
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Design: Cool, sleek design that doesn’t scream out an activity tracker. I were given a Shine as a gift before so I have some backgrounds to compare this too. Ray has a tube-kind-of design that look more like an accessory that I can pair with my Michael Kors watch while I could only wear Shine on its own. So definitely suggest for active female that value good design. However, Black Ray does look good on my brother too.
Activity tracking: Misfit never fails me on how good its sleep tracking is. I felt Ray does slightly measure my running more accurate than Shine on the default mode. However it is only 200 meter difference that I did not take it as a major problem. The only thing Ray missing is the activity tagging, which I do not use often anyway. However, Misfit make up the missing tagging by the Button Mode feature which I mostly use for changing music on my phone while I am driving. I am also looking forward the Yoga and Dancing tracking as at the moment, my old Shine does not pick up my movements quite well. So there are some pros and cons for different using purpose I suppose.
Vibration: I mainly choose upgrade from Shine to Ray due to this function. I really enjoy waking up with vibration rather than a loud alarm. I found the call and text vibration very useful when I am in a middle of a meeting that checking up your phone will be unappropiate. I also got chance to try the vibration on my friend's Shine 2 but I personally like Ray more as it seems stronger and more define to me.
Sport-band: Ray sport-band has slightly different design than my Shine. I found it a lot tighter and would not easy to come “unsnapped". However, it seems to not easy to exchange between accessories so would be interesting to see what Misfit came up with. I look forward to the necklace as it looks absolutely amazing.
Support: I would say the support is great. Last time I got issue with syncing and their instruction helps me resolve it myself. The agent contacted me was nice and follow up to make sure the issue was resolved. I feel like they really knows their product issue and actually make an effort.
Hope my review helps you folks out there! I wrote this in a neutral tone but really, I do want to say I love my Ray. Feel free to drop questions if you want my honest feedback.
The first few days of wearing it, my step count was lower than expected, so I wore my old tracker along with the Ray. As I suspected, a big discrepancy between the two, but which was correct? I walked around the office, counting my steps as I went, then checked both trackers. The Ray undercounted my steps by 30%!
I then contacted Misfit's tech support. We emailed back and forth for over a week, with them asking questions such as what happens when you tap twice, what happens when you tap three times, etc. Finally, they asked me to remove the batteries and reinsert (aka, turning it off and on again). When I replied that that did not correct the issue, I was met with silence. Three more follow-up emails asking for next steps were similarly ignored.
Today, with regret, I returned the Ray.
I just started using my Misfit Ray as a replacement for a malfunctioning Garmin and am thus far very pleased. The app and syncing to My Fitness Pal are seamless and so easy. It would be nice to see a display instead of having to go to your phone to check your step count, etc. But, once you learn the light color sequences, you can at least see how much of your daily goal you've met. As for step counting, it seems to be pretty accurate if not a tad oversensitive. Sleep recording, again, has to be initiated on your phone instead of the device, but it seems pretty accurate in reading that too. Like others have said, the vibrations are very light, but I can definitely feel them. It did wake me up for my alarm this morning, but I can see how if you're a deep sleeper, it wouldn't wake you. I do love the text/call notification feature. I can leave my phone upstairs charging and still know when I get a call or text, which is nice. Compared to the Garmin, it's much more comfortable to wear, more stylish and very light weight. Im excited for when I can wear it as a pendant too. The only reason I haven't given 5 stars was the battery installation can be a bit tedious, as you have to drop 3 tiny batteries into a slender chamber. If they don't nest properly, they can become lodged in there and be difficult to get out. However, if you get them all in there right the first time, it locks up well. I still prefer long term batteries to constantly re-charging. Overall, I recommend this fitness tracker.
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The shape and material of the device mean that dirt won't get trapped in it.
When you double tap on it, lights will indicate your progress throughout the day, this means a screen isn't really necessary, the app has all the detailed information.
As for the heart rate, I found out that the app can do a pulse estimate which is great, especially if you're just interested in your resting heat rate.
I had planned on changing the strap (sports band) as I expected it to be poor quality (based on reviews) but I was pleasantly surprised at how nice it is, the design allows for users to loosen and tighten it while it remains on the wrist (or ankle), I found this helpful in the mornings when my wrist was a bit swollen and the band felt tight.
I initially bought this to wear on the days I would be going out and didn't want to wear the thicker fitbit or when I wanted to wear my watch with a tracker but after putting this on my ankle (another good thing about the sports band - it can expand quite a bit) a couple of weeks ago, I haven't taken it off as it's incredibly comfortable and easy to forget about.
In terms of tracking comparison with the fitbit, while both were on the same non dominant wrist I found this one to underestimate steps (or the other to overestimate) by about 20% but when this was on my ankle and the fitbit on my wrist they actually came back with the exact same results (after a couple of hours of walking). I've since completely stopped using the fitbit as it wasn't really making any sense given how much I like this one.
My only issue is having to pay extra for the lap counter!
The downside: I chose not to have it notify me of messages or calls in order to preserve the battery life. Nevertheless after less than a month usage I have received an alert to tell me batteries are low. Perhaps it has been supplied with poor quality batteries but this is far short of the 6 months quoted which was one of my main motivators to get this. I will replace the batteries this time but will not be happy if they continue to drain so quickly.
Instead of lasting 6 months, I have used 4 sets of batteries in 3 months. Has now also started to drop off on anything other than vigorous activity
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