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NIKE Fuelband SE Fitness Tracker
|Price:||$49.98 - $63.75|
- Available in three sizes: small (5.79 Inch/147mm), medium/large (6.77 Inch/172mm) and extra-large (7.76 Inch/197mm)
- Includes two easy-to-insert links (.32 Inch/8mm and .63 Inch/16mm) for a fine-tuned fit
- USB charging cable and sizing tool included
- Ambient light sensor detects environmental light levels and adjusts accordingly
- Bluetooth 4.0 pairing to smart phones
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The new Nike+ FuelBand SE and the free FuelBand app on your iPhone or iPod touch help you increase your activity in a way that's smart, simple, and fun. Overview The new Nike+ FuelBand SE and the free FuelBand app on your iPhone or iPod touch help you increase your activity in a way that's smart, simple, and fun. Track your active life with revolutionary NikeFuel NikeFuel is a single, universal way to measure all kinds of activities—from your morning workout to your big night out. This uniquely designed metric applies to whole-body movement no matter your age, weight, or gender. The smart way to get more active FuelBand tracks how much, how often, and how intensely you move. So go ahead and set a daily NikeFuel goal for how active you want to be. You'll receive move reminders for an extra push to get you moving every hour. And monitor the intensity of your workouts with NikeFuel Rate and Nike+ Sessions. Always connected See your progress on the FuelBand's LED display at the press of a button. And now with Bluetooth 4.0 you stay constantly connected to the FuelBand app on your iPhone or iPod touch as it syncs the data from your band with your Nike+ account and gives you feedback and motivation as you need it. More fun with friends and challenges Now there are more ways to connect with your friends so you can keep each other going. Create or join a group and go after a goal together. Nike+ trophies and new milestones keep you motivated with numerous ways to celebrate reaching your goals. Remember to download the Nike+ FuelBand app The FuelBand app on your iPhone or iPod touch lets you see your daily activity breakdown, set goals, and view your progress by week, month, or year. It also automatically sends all your information to your Nike+ profile online.
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The new Nike+ FuelBand SE is the smart, simple and fun way to get more active. Earns NikeFuel, a universal way to measure movement for all kinds of activities Tracks the intensity of your workouts and enables sleep tracking with Nike+ Sessions Counts steps and tells time Displays your progress in real time Keeps you and your friends motivated through Nike+ Groups Bluetooth 4.0 technology allows you to stay constantly connected to your phone, receiving feedback and motivation as you need it. Win the Hour: Receive Move reminders that give you an extra push to get you moving every hour. Nike+ Sessions: Keep track of the intensity of your workouts through NikeFuel so you can understand what activities earn you the most. Nike+ Groups: Opens up more ways to connect with your friends so you can keep each other going.
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* Look and feel:
I'm a fit guy, not skinny nor bulky, so I got the medium/large size. It came in the box with one link attached, but I removed it leaving no link. That way it fits really well. After a while you forget your are using the Fuelband because it's comfortable to use. I've read that Fitbit is more comfortable to wear and it seems that way, but I have no problem wearing the Fuelband all day long.
I got the Black/Volt one as I wanted it to match most of my fitness gear and it looks great. People at the office or in the neighbourhood ask me about it and it's good for starting a conversation. I wear it with gym clothes and even with formal/party clothes and I find it really nice to have.
* Ambient light sensor detects environmental light levels and adjusts accordingly:
That's actually true. The LEDs' light adjust according to the environment where you are using the Fuelband making it easier to read. There was that one time I wanted to watch the time under the midday full sun, and there was nothing the Fuelband could do. It was hard to read the time even when I used my other hand to make a shadow, but hey, it's not a Kindle (worship the best electronic reader! just my opinion) so I think it's OK. And it's not like you are going for a run at midday, al least not in warm/hot places. For the rest of the day or indoors I find the LEDs' light adjustment to be a piece of art.
Another reality. I take showers twice a day with the Fuelband on me and it's all fine. Just remember that water-resistant is not equal to water-proof, so don't go diving with it.
* Activity tracking system:
First you have to remember you are wearing it on your wrist, so it's common sense it'll take your movements if you are moving your arms back and forth. Don't complain about it not counting your activity if you are on an exercise bike or anywhere your arms are not swinging.
As the Fuelband works basically with the movement of your arms it works really well for my rumba sessions, but not that good when I am weightlifting.
Two downsides to the fuelband tracking system: you can be lying on bed just swinging your arms and, as far as the Fuelband is concerned, you are exercising. And as there is no way to momentarily stop the movement tracking (or at least I haven't found how to do it yet) riding my motorcycle makes my fuelpoints go up to the skies. Going to the office is not big deal, but in my last trip to visit my family I beat my record with water, ice and fire rings more than once. But I have that going for me, which is nice :)
If you want a device that tracks your full activity like weightlifting, cycling, yoga and all that your should consider other devices like Fitbit or Jawbone with their additional tracking devices, or the "Polar WearLink+ transmitter Nike+", or wait for the Apple Watch. But unless you are a professional athlete or take this really serious you should ask yourself if you are willing to pay that extra money, and we are talking about a lot of money compared to the Fuelband's price.
* Bluetooth 4.0 pairing to smart phones:
It connects just opening the Fuelband app in my iPhone (having my phone's Bluetooth on), so it's really straightforward. I haven't used the connection on an Android device, but I suppose it works just fine.
The Fuelband's bluetooth device is always 'On' by default, but you can turn it off easly (read below to know how), but as this is a passive-Low Energy bluetooth device the energy consumption is really low so it's not that useful to turn it off.
* Your Nike+ FuelBand should stay charged for up to four days.
That's a lie!
When I received my fuelband I let it charge for two hours before using it... you know, for safety reasons... It's not like my company's download rate is restricted and it took like two hours to download the Nike+ Connect software to start the Fuelband. And once in use it took 7 days to see the 'I need charge' notification. And when I saw it the battery level was still yellow. I bet you can easily go like 8 or more days without charging it. You can check the battery level by using the Nike Fuelband app, but there's a way to check it directly from the Fuelband. Read below to know how.
* Earns NikeFuel, counts steps, tells time, displays your progress in real time:
I find it interesting that your activity can be measured in terms of numbers and colours. It's nice to be able to get quick information right from the band like your fuelpoints and the time, and that one is important if you depended on your phone to watch the time. The badges you get after your activity are good motivation to keep on going and break your own goals.
* Social connectivity:
The fuelband's sharing system really helps you stay motivated by sharing your progress with your friends. You can share it with your Nike+ groups, Facebook, Twitter and Path. I use it only with Facebook tough. It's nice to brag your progress in the face of those that just sit all day to criticize others on Facebook instead of taking care of their own health... just saying.
* Win the Hour:
[Read in David Tennant's voice and accent] Brilliant!
'Win the hour' reminds you have to move at least five minutes every hour if you want to avoid damage to your spine in the long-term. It's true it's hard to notice it's time to move since it lacks of a vibration notification, so it's kind of a miracle if you see your band flashing (considering you forget you are wearing it), but it's also true that you can link it to your phone to get respective notifications on-screen, just like getting a message. I work in a 7th floor, so every time the fuelband tells me to 'Go' I take the stairs down to the first floor to drink one or two glasses of water and then go back up to the 7th floor using the stairs. This helps me fulfil that rule of drinking at least 2 liters of water a day, move my legs periodically for good blood irrigation, and eventually win the hour.
* Nike+ Sessions:
To those that argue about Fuelband not being able to track your sleep... do you really need to know how active you are while you sleep? At least I don't burn much calories while sleeping considering I move so few during my sleep.
However, with Nike+ Sessions you can track anything you consider a session, like rumba class, walking, running, dancing, and of course, sleeping. So there you have a way to track your sleep, although I find it useless. And yes, you can sleep just fine wearing your Fuelband. Just try not to sleep on it.
What I fear is that when I remove it from my wrist I feel like it might break, so I have to be extra careful. I've read some cases where the band broke but they say Nike gave them a new one.
Disclosure of my activity: weightlifting 6 days a week, rumba class 3 days a week and 1 day for cycling or roller-skate or running depending on my mood.
----- Update 07/01/2015 ----- (yeah, I use the day/month/year convention)
The functionality of the Fuelband's button is pretty straightforward, however there are a couple of functions that are hard to figure out right out of the blue. It took me some research and exchanging e-mails with a Nike's adviser to figure out the last two functions, so I'll make a list for you.
Fuelband's button functionality:
1. One press: display the lasy information mode you left off. For example, if you checked your fuelpoints last time, tapping once the button will display the fuelpoints again.
2. Slowly press repeatedly: cycles through all the information modes activated. That is: press to see fuelpoints, press again to see the hours won, press again to see the calories burnt, once again to see the number of steps taken (that of taking steps is relative) and one last time to see the time. Remember you can activate and deactivate modes by using the app, so your pressing cycle can be shorter.
3. Press twice quickly: time is displayed. By default the time is displayed in 24-hour mode (hh:mm) which is really nice. You can change this by using the app so the time will be displayed in AM/PM format, being the PM indicator a little light in the upper-right part. It's difficult to read, in my oppinion, but you can always depend on your logic to identify how much of the day you have lived.
4. Press and hold for 3 second: prepares the Fuelband to start/finish a session. You'll see the word 'START' so you have to release the button and press it once more to start a new session. You'll see a counter indicating the session will start. To finish a session you have to press and hold until you see the word 'END', releasing and pressing once more to actually end the session. You will then see a summary of your session.
== Now the funny/hidden ones ==
5. Press and hold for 7 seconds: you will see the battery indicator. This displays how much battery you have left.
6. Press and hold for 10 seconds: Bluetooth indicator will be displayed. You'll see the Bluetooth logo and Bluetooh's activation state (On/Off). Release and press the button once again to turn it on/off. If you are courious enough, read the interesting origin of Bluetooth's name and logo here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bluetooth#Name_and_logo.
7. If you are brave enough to hold the button longer, post here your results and let us know.
Advice: use the Fuelband on your dominant wrist! This way it'll give you a more reliable recording of your activities. I use it on my nondominant wrist because I've used my watches there my whole life, but I usually find myself doing a lot of work with my dominant hand and the Fuelband is there just enjoying life.
“As part of those efforts, as of April 30, 2018, we retired services for legacy Nike wearable devices, such as the Nike+ FuelBand and the Nike+ SportWatch GPS, and previous versions of apps, including Nike Run Club and Nike Training Club version 4.X and lower. The retirement of these services follows the discontinuation of Nike's manufacturing and sales of the wearable devices in 2015. Likewise, we also no longer support the Nike+ Connect software that transfers data to your NikePlus Profile or the Nike+ Fuel/FuelBand and Nike+ Move apps.”
*Right out out of the box it took about an hour to charge up from the computer.
*I ordered the small and needed the extra link so ended up using both and it fits just right for me. It did say if you needed both links you should order the next size up but it was comfortable so I stuck with it being impatient to use it! It's that comfortable that I forget it's even on sometimes.
*Some of Pros I like about it:
It has a long battery life, I went about 6 days before I had to charge it up again.
I use the step counter more than anything, and enjoy a nice run, and it's great to be able to track all of it.
I use the Nike Run app and the Nike+Fuel app.
The LED is bright and I can see it during the day.
A simple press of the button to check the time like a normal watch.
You can customize your setting and which order you want them in.
I have yet to track my sleep but it's a nice thing to have and I will be trying it.
And last but not least, the links stay on well, I was worried they would become loose after some use but they stay pretty well put. So comfortable!
*If there was one thing I could change about this band, i would say be more user friendly with the Android market, it seems it only has very few compatibility wise.