Misfit Wearables Shine Speedo Swim Plus Fitness Tracker (Pure Silver)
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- Speedo Shine's advanced proprietary lap counting algorithm tracks lap count with industry-leading accuracy, as validated by Speedo in-pool testing, and works for all stroke types.
- Sync with the Misfit app to display laps, swim distance, calories burned and points earned. Wear it in and out of the water as it also tracks walking, running, cycling, light and deep sleep.
- Speedo Shine works seamlessly with Speedo Fit, Speedo's personalized swim tracking and planning app. Locate pools in your area and watch videos and tips from Team Speedo athletes and coaches to improve your swim technique.
- Waterproof to 50 meters and never requires charging. Speedo Shine provides one seamless experience.
- Made out of durable and beautiful anodized aluminum, it is extremely thin and comfortable. The new Speedo Shine comes in a unique Pure Silver color. Please refer the User Guide before use. Non-charging, replaceable battery lasts up to 6 months. Please refer the Installation and the Battery replacement Video before use.
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One of a kind
Speedo Shine, developed by Speedo and Misfit, is a fitness, swim, and sleep tracker that is waterproof to 50 meters and has special swim tracking capabilities. Truly one of a kind, Speedo Shine tracks swimming extremely accurately, measures your all day activity and sleep automatically, never requires charging, and is the thinnest, sleekest device of its kind. It’s modular and wearable anywhere with a variety of stylish accessories.
Speedo Shine tracks a swimmer’s lap count and swim distance with industry-leading accuracy and works for all stroke types. Speedo insisted on a high level of accuracy and provided additional testing support in its Aqualab.
Not just for swimmers
In addition to swimming, Speedo Shine tracks walking, running, cycling, and more, and automatically tracks light and deep sleep. Extremely thin and comfortable, Speedo Shine was meant to be worn both in and out of the water. Speedo Shine syncs with the Misfit app for iOS and Android to show laps and swim distance, steps taken, and calories burned, as well as graphs and trends of activity and sleep over time.
Speedo Shine is endorsed by elite Speedo athlete, fitness ambassador, and Olympic Gold Medalist Missy Franklin. “For many people, the most difficult part of swimming for fitness is keeping track of laps and Speedo Shine eliminates that challenge,” said Franklin. “With Speedo Shine, you can focus on getting the most from your water workout and it’s also a great looking accessory to wear.”
A seamless experience
Speedo Shine never requires charging since it runs off a basic watch battery that lasts 6 months—making activity, sleep, and swim tracking a seamless experience. Bluetooth sync directly with your phone—no dongles or computer required.
Beautiful, new color
Speedo Shine is made out of durable aircraft-grade anodized aluminum and comes in a unique pale silver color, Pure.
Wear it anywhere
Complementary to any attire, the device can be worn on the wrist or as a clip almost anywhere on the body. Each Speedo Shine comes with two sport bands, one white and one black, one clasp, and an Action Clip.
Speedo Shine syncs with fitness and health apps like LoseIt!, Runkeeper, MapMyFitness, MyFitnessPal and IFTTT.
Speedo Shine 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 and the Google Nexus 4/5/6 (Or other BLE ready Android devices running software 4.3 and above).
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Swimmers, it's time to Shine! With the new Speedo Shine, you can focus on swimming and forget about tracking laps. Speedo Shine's advanced proprietary lap counting algorithm tracks lap count with industry-leading accuracy, as validated by Speedo in-pool testing, and works for all stroke types. Sync with the Misfit app to display laps, swim distance, calories burned and points earned. Wear it in and out of the water as it also tracks walking, running, cycling, light and deep sleep. Waterproof to 50 meters and never requires charging. Speedo Shine provides one seamless experience! Made out of durable and beautiful anodized aluminum, it is extremely thin and comfortable. The new Speedo Shine comes in a unique Pure Silver color.
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My quick activity tracker resume is as follows: Fitbit -> Fitbit Ultra -> Fitbit One -> Jawbone UP -> back to Fitbit Flex -> Shine (mostly on the wrist). Basically I’ve been a Fitbit loyalist (bought and reviewed them on …) despite me having to replace each one of them at least a couple times a year because I would inevitably forget them on a shirt or something and accidentally throw them in the washer where they always died - I’ve actually never had a single one survive a wash. When I got the UP I was pretty excited because of the design from the pictures I saw. It quickly became a major disappointment because of how thick it was and how it 1) kept scratching my computer whenever I was typing (seems like a recurring theme in the reviews), 2) would get caught on my shirt sleeves, and 3) was in fact quite ugly. I stuck with it anyway because I dropped $130 on it *sigh* but eventually gave up after having to replace it THREE times because it would just stop working. And I even bought my Jawbone at the Apple Store - I thought all the stuff there was supposed to be really good - I can’t understand why out of all the activity trackers they sell there, they sell the Jawbone which is literally the worst rated activity tracker here on Amazon!
Anyway so back to Fitbit I went when the Flex came out which I used until… it started to smell. Like vinegar. It was pretty gross so I washed it…and then it died because water got into it. *sigh* My second Flex - same thing - started to smell after a few weeks. It also just didn’t really work all that well and was really annoying to charge all the time. Then I heard about the Shine through a friend who got hers on Indiegogo - finally broke down in a spat of retail therapy and got one here on Amazon. AND I LOVE IT. I actually recently saw the Shine highlighted in the latest iPhone 5 Apple ad (I have to say, the Shine is pretty Apple-esque in their design so I can see why they would show it off) so it reminded me to get one for my boyfriend…and to finally sit down and write up this review that I’ve been meaning to do for weeks now.
One thing I want to comment on from some of the reviews I’ve read about Shine in defense of the previous devices I’ve had in the past: yes, of course compared to Shine, my Fitbits and Jawbones were down-right ugly and toy-like but they were relatively easy to hide so it wasn’t actually that big of a deal (except for when I’m wearing a short sleeve shirt, in which case I just put it away in my purse). I never did the whole clip-on-the-bra thing because I always thought that was kind of weird but if I had a pocket I would just leave it in there and that worked fine. I guess the difference is, I actually WANT to wear Shine on the outside for people to see. Okay onto the review:
* STUNNING - I know everyone’s already said it but I just wouldn’t do it justice if I skipped it: the Shine is very obviously the most beautiful device on the market. Opposite to the Jawbone, it’s actually nicer looking “in person” than in the photos - you really can’t appreciate it until you hold it in your hands. I can wear it with just about anything and now I don’t have to hide it. :)
* SUPER COMFORTABLE - Again, not to just repeat what everyone’s said here but the thing is really thin and light. I rarely remember that I’m even wearing it no matter what I’m doing.
* SOLID BUILD QUALITY - The entire shell is made of aircraft grade aluminum and it FEELS great when you hold it or wear it - totally different from wearing any of the other plastic bands.
* NO CHARGING - I never realized how big of a deal this was until about three weeks in I realized that I never had to take it off to charge it. I’ve actually worn my Shine now for over five months without having to charge it (bought my first one in February this year and still haven’t ever had to charge it!). Pretty amazing. One of my greatest annoyances with my Fitbits and Jawbones was that I’d misplace or outright lost my charger (which was proprietary so I couldn’t just use my micro USB charger) ALL THE TIME and would have a week or two of gaps in my data - that alone made me quit a bunch of times. I know tons of my friends have had the exact same experience.
* TRULY WATERPROOF - This is kind of a big deal to me because I’ve had so many Fitbits die on me because they were definitely NOT waterproof as they claimed to be. I don’t need 50 meters waterproof since I’m not a swimmer or anything but I’d like it to last through my washer which my Shine has… probably a couple DOZEN times now. Including the dryer. This thing is really strong. Well it’s metal so I guess it’s supposed to be - still pretty amazing.
* ACCESSORIES! These guys have made a ton of money off of me by now since I’ve gotten pretty much every accessory they sell - helps me match better. My favorite is the Bloom Necklace which is gorgeous beyond belief; my next favorite is the black leather band which I can wear with just about anything - casual, business casual, etc. The silicone band that it comes with is pretty nice too - I know some people have said that theirs popped out but mine has stayed on my wrist all this time (five+months) so that hasn’t been a problem.
* TRACKS CYCLING - Okay this is way cool because neither the Fitbit Flex or the Jawbone could do this. Makes sense since I could only wear it on my wrist. With my Shine, when I go to spin class, I just take it out of the band, put it in the clip and clip it to my shoes and it tracks everything! There’s even a tile that comes up that shows that I was cycling.
* ACCURATE - see below for my little accuracy study. Basically, when compared to my Fitbits and Jawbone, the Shine was the least variable - readings were always very stable whereas with the others, I would get as much as +/-30% fluctuations even when I’m doing the exact same thing.
* AUTOMATIC SLEEP DETECTION - I totally LOVE this feature. Basically, I don’t do a thing and it just tracks my sleep and it does so amazing accurately. I have no idea how they do it but it just works. With my Flex I have to tap it like thirty times before it gets into sleep mode which was pretty annoying and made me never use the feature. Jawbone was a little easier - I just had to press and hold down the button for a few seconds. But for both Fitbit and Jawbone, I NEVER remembered to manually tag my sleep so I rarely actually got any sleep date whereas with the Shine, I get it, both the amount of sleep and the quality (deep vs. light) of my sleep… every night for the last several months.
* FRIENDS FEATURE - My girlfriends and I are all “friends” with each other on the Shine community so we’re all on each others’ lists in the app and can see how we’re each doing. The notifications are surprisingly not annoying and do in fact get me moving.
* LACK OF INTEGRATION WITH OTHER APPS - When I first got my Shine back in January, I have to admit that the software was kind of lacking, and there are still some features that I really wish it had. But since then it’s gotten way better - there must have been about 10 updates since then and everytime there’s something new. They don’t integrate into Runkeeper or MyFitnessPal which kind of sucks but it’s not the end of the world. I basically just use the Misfit App now and it’s fine. I do feel these guys are kind of missing the boat without integration into other apps but I guess I’ll deal with it.
* DOUBLE TAPPING TAKES TIME TO GET USED TO - The device doesn’t have any buttons so the way you make it display your progress or the clock is by double-tapping it. I know it took me a couple days to get used to it. I actually like the fact that it doesn’t have any buttons but this did take some getting used to. Basically, the trick is to wear it on your wrist or on your body somewhere and tap it there. If you take it off the band or the clip and lay it still on a hard surface (I don’t know why you would) the tapping doesn’t work as well.
* LACK OF LONG TERM VIEWS - The app is beautiful just like the device but it only has daily and weekly views. At least with the other products I’ve tried, I could view longer term data - like month-to-month how I’m doing. I know my friends who use the Fuelband (I’ve never had one myself) have lifetime points which to them was a big deal. Out of all the devices out there, it seems like the most obvious feature to have given how much more continuously I wear my Shine (I have months of continuous data as opposed to days) since I never have to charge it.
* LACK OF TRACKING OTHER DATA - For the longest time all you could get was activity and sleep data. They finally added food tracking (which is pretty fun to use because it’s just pictures rather than having to type stuff in which I never did in the other apps). And just now got weight tracking. But the weight tracking is manual rather than connected to my Withings Scale. I really don’t think I’m that obsessive about this kind of thing but I think hydration (which my trainer has always emphasized to me as being important) seems like it’d be a really great thing to be able to track how much water I’m drinking. I was able to do it in my other apps but not the Misfit app. Being able to enter in notes here and there would be nice too. Again not huge but you know.
* LACK OF MULTI-DEVICE SUPPORT - I know this is kind of nuts but I liked this so much that in addition to the grey one, I also bought the topaz AND the champagne one. The grey one is my go-to since it fits with just about anything I wear. The champagne one fits with my browns, yellows, and whites. But I think the topaz is the cutest but it’s harder to match so I save it for special occasions. It reminds me of a Tiffany blue - really classy. The only annoying thing is I actually have to unlink and relink the Shines when I use different ones because the app doesn’t support multiple Shines at one time. I know I’m probably not the typical Shine user but still - just sayin!
* NO TILES FOR YOGA - Again I’m probably being too picky here and it’s not like any of the other trackers could handle yoga either but it would have been nice if there was a tile for yoga since between spin and yoga classes, that’s the major of my exercise routine. My cheat on this is when I do yoga, I just tag it as swimming so I get more points (shhhh) since that’s basically how much effort I feel I’ve exerted after I’ve done yoga for an hour.
My rather non-scientific study:
Given that I had a dresser full of these things I thought I’d do a quick study with the ones that still worked and see for myself (I actually ended up borrowing my friend’s Jawbone since the last one I had died and I never bothered to replace it):
Home to parents’ home - about 15 minutes:
Fitbit One: 1892, 1681, 1983, 1782 -> average = 1835, range = 302 (3rd place)
Fitbit Flex: 2043, 1879, 1683, 1912 -> average = 1879, range = 360
Jawbone UP: 1437, 1698, 1952, 1702 -> average = 1697, range = 515
Shine on wrist: 1884, 1932, 1859, 1861 -> average = 1884, range = 73 (winner = least variable)
Shine on hip: 1901, 1891, 1802, 1837 -> average = 1858, range = 99 (2nd place)
Home to work - about 7 minutes to the train, 15 minute train ride, and 4 minutes to the office:
Fitbit One: 1385, 1539, 1472, 1681 -> average = 1519, range = 296 (3rd place)
Fitbit Flex: 1623, 1573, 1631, 1278 -> average = 1526, range = 353
Jawbone UP: 1103, 1492, 1067, 1213 -> average = 1219, range = 425
Shine on wrist: 1540, 1505, 1512, 1484 -> average = 1510, range = 56 (winner = least variable)
Shine on hip: 1556, 1444, 1498, 1464 -> average = 1491, range = 112 (2nd place)
The short of it is that basically, these things are pretty variable from device to device and it’s hard to tell which one is ACTUALLY the accurate one - it’s not like I counted my steps manually. The Shine on the wrist correlated pretty close to my Fitbit Flex. The Shine on my hip was pretty close to my Fitbit One. Jawbone was just off. Anyway, when I thought about it I realized that it didn’t really matter what the _actual_ number of steps was, but I would expect that whatever the device reported to me, it would not be so widely different each time. My Fitbit Flex sometimes just felt like a random number generator. So in terms of consistency, which I decided was my most important measure, my Shine wins hands down - and what’s amazing is that it’s pretty accurate no matter where I wore it. I haven’t tried it with the Necklace since I just got it but maybe that’ll come in a later update.
If the fact that I’ve stuck with my Shine and basically have rarely taken it off for the last five months is any indicator, I totally love this little thing. It’s so obviously the best device on the market - best build quality, most comfortable to wear, easiest to use (since I never have to charge it), most accurate, and best of all, instead of hiding it like I did with all my other devices, I wear it confidently outside. I get TONS of comments and practically every time I fly the person next to me notices it and if they’re the talkative type, they always ask me about it. These guys should pay me a commission given how many people have bought this because of me! It’s a joy to use mostly because I usually just forget that I’m wearing it and when I do remember and check my app, I’m blown away by the stuff I learn about myself - but this review is already too long - sorry about that.
The bottom line is I’ve lost 17 pounds (down from 143 to around 126) since I started using it. Even cooler is I sleep on average nearly half an hour more and get around 25% more deep sleep than say three months ago. I certainly FEEL like I sleep better - these days, waking up a lot more refreshed than I used to. The sleep improvement almost certainly has something to do with the fact that I drink way less coffee than I used to (1-2 cups vs. 4-5 cups before) but seeing my sleep improving as I drank less coffee definitely encouraged me to keep going. It’s probably not just because of the device but it’s certainly helped and now I’m just addicted.
I was able to find a great site called justafax.com that really helped me compare all the models available with their different features. I was able to find the right one for me and the great thing is that when I finally decided which one was the best fit, I could just click on the chosen one and it will immediately direct me to an amazon store to purchase it.
* DESIGN. Clearly the best design of any of the activity trackers out there by a long shot. You really can’t appreciate how nice it is until you hold and feel the little metal disc - incredibly light and it doesn’t even feel like an electronic product. I get asked constantly what it is, and the cool tapping mechanism really wows everybody.
* COMFORTABLE. This is definitely the most comfortable of any of the trackers I’ve ever worn. I didn’t realize how thin it was until I got it. The fact that it has the clock feature is also really cool. It’s kind of slow but I’ve put up with it since it also does activity tracking and I don’t feel like wearing two things on my wrist. I’ve actually recently been using it mainly as a watch (with activity tracking as a bonus)
* TRULY WATERPROOF. I didn't have the chance to swim with it, but I shower with it and there’s never been a problem. That said, I’ve forgotten it in the washing machine AND dryer when I leave it on my pants and it’s been fine (Just to compare, one wash cycle killed one of my Fitbits). Let’s see how my Shine will last after I replace the battery. Usually waterproof seals don’t work after a battery change.
* TRACKS CYCLING. I used it a few times while biking: Very easy (and feel strong enough) to take the Shine off the band and use the magnetic clip to clip it to my shoe and it tracks my entire work out. Finally (I did try to wear my Jawbone on my ankles a couple times but I just felt like an ex-con (and it was uncomfortable) so I stopped.
* AUTOMATIC SLEEP TRACKING. One thing I didn't like about all the other activity trackers is that they all require you to do something. With the Flex I had to tap it few times each night before it would register a sleep tag. With my Jawbone I had to press and hold a button down. Aside from forgetting to do this most of the time, when I did remember to do it, I couldn’t fall asleep. The irony. With Shine it just does it automatically (detecting when I fell asleep and when I woke up)- If needed, you can easily fix the hours in the app. I'm still trying to understand the deep vs. light sleep data.
* NO CHARGING. THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST FEATURE is the fact that I don’t ever have to charge it. I’ve worn mine for MONTHS at a time!
* NO HEART RATE MONITORING. While the Shine pretty much does everything else that all the other devices do (steps, distance travelled, calories, sleep, food) and I’m no data freak but this is actually pretty important to me. But then again none of the other products I’ve used do heart rate either except for my running watches (I used Suunto and Polar) but you can't really use them on daily basis (and you need the chest band).
* NO STAIR COUNTING. I really liked it about the Fitbit (for as long as they lasted), not that it was all that accurate but at least it had it.
* TAPPING SOMETIMES DOESN’T WORK. To see the clock or your activity level, you have to double tap the device...but it doesn’t always work, and you need to keep tapping...
* APP DOESN’T HAVE REAL FOOD MONITORING. You can take pictures of your meal and it’ll save it to your timeline but there’s no way to annotate with calories, etc (not really all that useful). On my Fitbit app I could record all sorts of stuff. Now I'm using another food tracking app.
* APP DOESN’T DO ANYTHING ON ITS OWN. If you don’t have a device, the app is useless. At least with my Fitbit I could use the app on its own as a stepcounter.
* APP DOESN’T HAVE LIFETIME / MONTHLY TRENDS. I can only see my data day-to-day and week-to-week but that’s it. No monthly charts, no lifetime points, nada. Given how long I’ve been wearing it, it seems like it could actually be really useful.
* APP DOESN’T DO HYDRATION TRACKING. A feature I never understood about the Fitbit app (I could track how often I was drinking...really?)
* APP CALORIES REPORTING IS WEIRD. It kept saying I had expended like 2500+ calories everyday when I barely moved. Seemed totally inaccurate, but customer support said that this included my basal metabolic caloric expenditure ( that’s pretty unintuitive). I just want to know what my burn was based on my activity - that’s the POINT of an activity tracker isn’t it? Loved how my Jawbone app would report both basal burn as well as active burn so I could see both. SO, I just look at the step count data and I guess that’s fine.
* APP DOESN’T WORK WITH ANY OTHER APP. This is kind of big actually. It’s not like I use all that many fitness apps but it seems like they should at least work with some of the big ones. My other device apps all worked with Runkeeper (which is the one app I do use) and a bunch of other apps. This one: NONE. They claim to have an API but they don’t have any integrations done so what’s the point of that?
* NO WEBSITE. There’s no way to see your data on the web. You HAVE to use the app - which doesn’t show you any monthly or historical trends anyway. Not sure why they chose not to make a website. Fitbit has a website where I could log in and see all sorts of statistics.
TO SUMMARIZE: The hardware is beautiful and definitely the most comfortable of any of the devices I’ve worn (The band and magnet are great) but the software is lacking and doesn’t have some pretty basic features that my old Fitbit and Jawbone’s apps have. I'd still recommended the product (over the others), but for all of the above, it worth only 3 stars.
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