Xiaomi Mi Band 2

Xiaomi Mi Band 2

  • Features: Caller ID, Distance meter, Built-in heart rate monitor, Sleep reading, Calorie counter, Watch, Touchscreen, Pedometer, Vibration alarm, Support for HRM chest strap
  • Display
  • Compatible devices: iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android
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  • Features: Caller ID, Distance meter, Built-in heart rate monitor, Sleep reading, Calorie counter, Watch, Touchscreen, Pedometer, Vibration alarm, Support for HRM chest strap
  • Display
  • Compatible devices: iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android

3.3 of 5 stars

Based on 14 reviews

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31/10/2018
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    sundqjan
    My first activity bracelet became this, when it seemed very affordable. And I was pleased as long as it lasted. Unfortunately, the clock started - that is, the effort you are charging - sit a little badly in the bracelet after about a month, then a few times it loosened and fell to the ground. Today, I discovered that the last landing in the asphalt broke out the charging contact, so now it is forever discharged and died after just under 2 months ... But otherwise I think it worked well. Charging has lasted for about 2 weeks. The step counter is nothing to remark on and the pulse counter succeeds most of the time. With the associated app, you can get graphs of both heart rate and speed at the athletes rounds. The app was quite simple and educational. And it's manageable to detect sleep as well. The bracelet was a bit uncomfortable sometimes so I had to try to change my arm. I'm thinking of buying the same again, but maybe there's another to compare.

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    26/07/2018
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      mcgreggor357
      Bought as a gift for the lill kill but can not even log in and use the app after registration on neither Android nor IOS, so my fit 2 is basically unusable. 😡

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      24/08/2017
      Edited 13/01/2018
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        Snillet
        Upgrade from Polar Loop. Drive with LG V20 (Modified LS997), Android 7.0. Holdings: ~ 1 month. Mi Band 3 or "Amazfit" rumors arrive right soon. In principle, uses exclusively third party apps (Mainly "Notify & Fitness for Mi Band" and is very pleased!) Note that the band seems to prefer downloading the original Xiaomi applet and then connecting third party apps, if there is a connection problem, there is also a "Fix -it for Mi Band 2 ".) Purchased from Banggood for 232 SEK incl. faster for 36 SEK. (Still 12 days left until it arrived.) + Trives surprisingly well with the original bracelet, is good, does not shave, and does not remove armhair ... What was the predecessor's main revenge method. + Assumes that the battery life is excellent, it has been set to measure heart rate every 10 minutes around the clock, incl. sleep and have a battery life of about 12 days before it is down to 10%. +/- The screen is OLED and is slightly small, but accommodates both time and date, which can be selected in settings. Cruel contrast as per usual with OLED. However, a little afraid of burn-in. + Strong vibration motor. - The screen could have had a little higher brightness, or maybe even be transreflective LCD or eInk instead? - The app support is still somewhat poor. To view text, it is also required to update Fonts in the official Xiaomi app, otherwise only icons will be displayed. Purchased extra "Mijobs" steel bracelet and screen protector, which hopefully arrive soon. = Very satisfied so far, especially considering battery life and price. Feels relatively qualitative, but will see if it is correct for longer holdings.

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        24/10/2017
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          Nokioteca
          Mi Band 2 is the second generation wearable of the Chinese company Xiaomi. With the experience and the great success achieved with the first generation of Mi band, Xiaomi offers this new improved version of the market in many ways. First of all, if you decide to buy the product, know that you will come home inside a small box of square shape along with the rubber strap that is also black (but can be replaced with others available on the net and at times the best bill ) and to the USB Adapter for PC recharging via USB port. Xiaomi strongly recommends recharging the Mi Band 2 by using the wall socket (smartphone socket) so that the device can be damaged by irreparable damage. Once the Mi Band 2 is connected to the wrist, you will immediately have a functioning product that can provide you with the most important information for which it was designed: the current time, the steps taken, the distance traveled, the calories burned and the heartbeat. This information will be displayed on the small half-inch OLED display, and to switch from one display function to another, use the soft touch button below it. The Mi Band 2 display is always off and only when pressed on that button will be "awakened", thus guaranteeing a record rating for the category, a true trademark of this wearable. In fact, there are few smartbands that can reach up to 20 days of autonomy, even with intense use: in the course of the day you will often interact with the bracelet, even just to know the time or for example to make a heart rate measurement. In this regard, it should be noted that the integrated heart rate sensor only perform spot measurements. For a 360 degree use of Mi Band 2, you must download it from the Google Play Store or Apple Store and install the Mi Fit applet companion on your smartphone. For Windows Phone does not exist, but on the Microsoft Store there are a couple of apps produced by independent developers that offer more or less the same features. First, with the Xiaomi app you can download any Mi Band 2 firmware updates that usually improve and optimize the accuracy of the various monitoring tools. It is not uncommon to read in the firmware changelog of improvements to algorithms that perform the various measurements. Also thanks to the Bluetooth connection, Mi Band 2 sends accumulated data to the app by freeing up space for new ones. Data, once again with the app, will not be lost and indeed you can continue browsing within a very clear and simple graphical interface. Also, if for any reason you miss the Mi Band 2 inside a room, thanks to the "Find my band" function, you can make it vibrate within 10 meters. The only information that can only be viewed through the app but still collected by Mi Band 2 is sleep monitoring data with its main stages: deep sleep and light sleep. Always through the app you can set the Mi Band 2 to receive vibrations based on certain events. For example, you can make it vibrate when you have been sitting too long (so-called sedentary notifications) or if you get notifications from an app (such as whatsapp) on your phone. In the latter case, only the app icon will appear on the display and for this reason the purchase of the Mi Band 2 is recommended only to those who do not need to read additional information about the notifications received. The price of the Mi Band 2 is particularly competitive and is hardly a better device to a lower figure. It is not a premium product, indeed it is a entry level - the best of the category - and is suitable for those who do not have big needs or is approaching the world of smart wrist devices for the first time. On the net you may have the first version of the Mi Band, but it's okay to lose, not only because of the absence of the display but also and above all because software level is far behind and overcome.

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          03/09/2017
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            iNDePeNDeNt365
            From the beginning, only bought to keep track of the pulse during walking and exercise. But have rediscovered the wristwatch, many years since I had such a hand, so convenient to easily keep track of time. Also appreciate being notified about phone calls, text messages, push from various apps. Interesting / fun also that sleep is logged and steps count. Since I always have my phone on soundless and only have vibes, it sometimes takes time before I see sms or miss calls sometimes, I'll leave now. The Mi Fit app is ok and has the most basic. Missing variants of training methods, however. But there are other apps that fix such, and can be used by anyone who wants more and more advanced settings. Battery life is better than I thought, usually take about 2v between charges, and then I have the parade with the phone almost 24/7. So interesting, good and easy-to-do that I had to buy one even for a charter. She appreciates it a lot. For the prize it is a full score. (About 200: - via aliexpress, with extra bracelet)

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