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- ASIN: B01A8NRAP6
- Item model number: LYSB01A8NRAP6-SPRTSEQIP
- Average Customer Review: 125 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #201,032 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
Xiaomi Mi Band Smart Wristband Bracelet Fitness Wearable Tracker Waterproof
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- Requires Bluetooth 4 Compatible with Mi 4 Mi 3 Redmi Note 4G or any device with Android 4 point 4 and above
- Compatible with iPhone models 4s and above that run on iOS 70 and above
- Note Mi Bands phone unlocking feature requires smartphones with MIUI or Android 50 and above
- For Issues related to charging the device Pull the Mi sensor device out of the bracelet band Now clean the device from all the sides Also clean the two connector pins properly to remove any dust or any residue on the surface of the connector pins Now try charging it it should work
- For pairing issues follow the steps Open Mi Fit Go to Settings Tap Mi Band signed in It will show no band error Scroll down and tap Unpair OK Close Mi Fit app and restart it Now you will be asked to pair your Mi Band again Simply tap on the Mi Band when the LEDs start blinking and it will be synced to MiFit app on your android All of your data prior to the error will now show up and the Mi Band will start tracking your steps calories sleep etc like normal
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How long bracelet can work from full charge? Bracelet can hold its charge for 30-60 days! All depends on how you use it and which application you use. For example, notification version app can drain your battery faster. With 1 alarm/day, mediocre calling vibration it can last for 30 days. Some cases were issued when users had faulty battery that lasts 2 days. If you occurred this issue - ask your seller to replace device.
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It's a no-frills pedometer and sleep tracker, basically. It's light, sleek, and easily forgettable once you put it on, which is a good thing. I've also gotten quite a few compliments on it, so I guess it looks good with practically anything you wear as well.
The companion app, MiiFit, is a lightweight tracker that's as no-frill as the bracelet itself. You can set a goal, watch you progress, and set up your silent alarms for sleep tracking.
Speaking of those silent alarms, it's the best part about this bracelet. For 20 bucks you can get the same sleep tracking and sleep-cycle-aware silent-alarm that more premium bracelets have. I've done away with my phone's built in noise-alarms, as this won't stop vibrating until you wake. You can change all those settings as well, in case you don't care for it.
The tracking only really detects walking and running, so if you're a casual like me, it's perfectly fine. It's as accurate as you'd expect a 20 dollar tracker to be, and maybe a little more so.
The only real gripe I have is that the on-band display takes a bit of work and practice to get. You have to swing your arm from the side of your body to your face as if you're looking at a real watch, then wait a second. It looks silly, but a few times and you'll get the hang of it.
Additionally, i've found that i am extremely impressed at the battery life--at the time i'm writing this, it has been 30 days since i last charged the Mi Band, and it's still got over 25% battery charge remaining, compared to the fitbit which needs to be charged far more frequently (and in fact, during a recent activity-filled day, my partner was dismayed to find that her fitbit's battery had died midday and so she lost all her activity data for the rest of the day!).
There are also third-party apps available that can expand the functionality of the band, allowing it to vibrate when you receive notifications on your phone from different programs.
If you're just looking for a basic, inexpensive tracker without a lot of bells and whistles that wont reinvent the wheel, but *will* get you more mindful of your steps and activity throughout the day, this is definitely worth checking out.
For activity measuring, this guy seems pretty accurate, I replaced another brand with this one and the daily numbers - traveling the same work - home router - are pretty much the same as before. I also like the alarms feature - gently waking me up with a slight vibration in the morning. it's subtle - but not so much that you can sleep through it easily. You can also turn on notifications for when you receive an email on your device. it just vibrates a couple of times letting you know that you need to go check your inbox.
Next time I would prefer the unit having more of a display. it only has three led's and there's no real information that is presented here - it just lights up when it's charging, and flashes whenever it vibrates.
As far as measuring capabilities, I guess it works, but have not done a lot of tests. As long as it is consistent with itself, then I think it will be fine.
We had previously looked for a watch to remind (vibrate) one of our kids to do things throughout the day for ADD. After spending too much money on that, we gave up. But now that I see the alarms that can be programmed from a phone, I am considering trying this with our kids.
Being waterproof is a major consideration. We swim a lot and being able to wear this for extended periods improves its functionality.
My only complaint would be the permissions needed by the app. It asks for a lot.
We are very pleased so far.