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Misfit Wearables MIS2001 2017 Shine 2 Rose Gold
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- Vibration alerts for call and text notifications, movement reminders, and alarms
- Smart button enabled to control connected household devices
- Swimproof, anodized aluminum disc with Multicolor LED progress and time display
- Automatically tracks steps, distance, calories, and light and heavy sleep, refer user manual below
- Non-charging, replaceable battery lasts up to 6 months
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The misfit shine 2 is an advanced, premium activity and sleep monitor that inspires you to live a more Active life. Shine 2’s beautiful 12 Tri-color LEDs, vibration alerts and capacitive touch introduces new ways to interact and motivate your to meet your health and fitness goals. Made from aluminum and water resistant to 50 meters, shine 2’s minimalist, modular design will keep you motivated and looking good for any occasion, any activity. Compatible with most modern iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices, sync shine 2 with the misfit app to get easy to read information and charts on your activity and sleep patterns.
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Best looking fitness tracker available
Bottom line: Shine 2 is a nice upgrade to my original Shine, but I didn't find the alert features as useful as I thought. With all the colored LED's I'd like the app to offer more control over programming the lights colors and patterns.
My first Shine has been great. I chose it over Fitbit because of the sleek, minimalist design, the replaceable battery, and because it fit better on my child-size wrist than the bulky Fitbit. My only complaint of the Shine, like everyone else, is that it pops out of the band. I've lost it a few times, once at my kid's daycare! The teacher later found it in a child's mouth -eek! So it's been chewed on and dropped many times. The button on my first band broke and I bought a replacement... but lately the display isn't as responsive to my taps and sometimes it has trouble syncing.
When the 2017 redesigned sport band was released for Shine 2, I decided to upgrade. The new sport band seems perfect so far, and the Shine 2 snaps in nice and tight. It takes effort to push it out. However, the new action clip looks like an ugly, cheap piece of plastic compared to the original Shine's elegant magnetic clip. The size of Shine 2 is slightly larger - maybe not a big deal for an average sized person, but its a little bigger than I'd prefer on my petite wrist. (Picture for comparison) The color choices are nice, very adult and compliment my professional wardrobe. I couldn't decide between carbon and navy so I actually got both. The second picture shows the carbon (silver) Shine in the black and grey sport bands.
Alerts - i was pretty excited about the text and call alert function of the Shine 2, especially the vibration to remind you to move. However, the vibrations are so light they are barely detectable. There are a few different choices for app alerts and you can assign them six different light colors and four different vibration patterns. While this is cool, text and call notifications are locked into a default setting and I would actually like more control over this aspect of the Shine. Like the ability to show my progress in any color I want, or display it in a custom designed color pattern or rainbow. Changing the clock colors would also be desirable. The clock is displayed in white, blue, and green which all appear very similar to my eye.
Ultimately, i ended up turning off the notifications features because I just don't find them very useful. In the future I'd love to see a Shine 3 or Shine Jr - bringing back the smaller face of Shine or the bright, fun colors of Flash - but with the new style sport band. Overall, you really cannot go wrong with Misfit (now owned by Fossil) and Shine is the best looking fitness tracker out there.