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Banggood xiaomi mi band 2 for £22.57

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juniper
Are there any clips to mount this e.g. clipped to your boxers? Not mad about wrist wearables, but would like a step counter. You could with the 1st generation model

Depending on your girth you could attach it to your sausage

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#1
Is this compatible with iPhone 6. If not anyone any ideas of a similar cheap activity tracker that is? Thanks in advance.
#2
shutsy2003
Is this compatible with iPhone 6. If not anyone any ideas of a similar cheap activity tracker that is? Thanks in advance.


​it is, tried and tested
3 Likes #3
shutsy2003
Is this compatible with iPhone 6. If not anyone any ideas of a similar cheap activity tracker that is? Thanks in advance.
Yeah I've got one, works perfectly, battery life is incredible.
#4
Do these display message or buzz if you get a text (that's what I need for DD, she's always on silent and needs an alert if I call or text)
I don't think they do - please correct me if I'm wrong

Fantastic if it does what you need though
1 Like #5
Wow paid £38 1 month ago.

I have to say, for an alarm it's great, vibrates my arm instead of annoying others in the house with sound.
#6
I'm pleased with mine. Battery used 35% in 9 days. using alarms but only connected with Bluetooth few times a day. Steps are pretty accurate. Beware the heart rate monitor isn't great.

Edited By: Denbi on Sep 09, 2016 13:39: a
#7
Would these be too big for children? (10 years old).
1 Like #8
hawk299
Do these display message or buzz if you get a text (that's what I need for DD, she's always on silent and needs an alert if I call or text)
I don't think they do - please correct me if I'm wrong
Fantastic if it does what you need though

They will vibrate if you get a call or text - there's no option to see who is calling/texting but you do get the alert.
#9
its says unlock phone without a password, does it need to be a xaiomi phone or would it unlock my lg g5, would have liked a stopwatch on it as well.
2 Likes #10
Mark3641
its says unlock phone without a password, does it need to be a xaiomi phone or would it unlock my lg g5, would have liked a stopwatch on it as well.

I have the MiBand 1S and it unlocks my Nexus 5 without any issues, so it it doesn't need to be a Xaiomi phone. Android just sees it as a trusted device.

Edited By: sheppio on Sep 09, 2016 13:57
#11
Is there sleep tracker?
1 Like #12
Mark3641
its says unlock phone without a password, does it need to be a xaiomi phone or would it unlock my lg g5, would have liked a stopwatch on it as well.


Trusted device unlock on Bluetooth is interchangeable with any brand... My Volvo car unlocks my Samsung phone... You won't have any issues.
3 Likes #13
scope
Would these be too big for children? (10 years old).
Should be fine - here is the band on its tightest setting...

http://i67.tinypic.com/2j3mueb.jpg
1 Like #14
macamask
Mark3641
its says unlock phone without a password, does it need to be a xaiomi phone or would it unlock my lg g5, would have liked a stopwatch on it as well.


Trusted device unlock on Bluetooth is interchangeable with any brand... My Volvo car unlocks my Samsung phone... You won't have any issues.

I can't get my MiBand2 to unlock my S7... its not recognised as a device, let alone a trusted one. Yet the Mi Fit app works fine.
#15
Pedro88
Is there sleep tracker?


​Yes you need to download their app for it
#16
SilverBandit
macamask
Mark3641
its says unlock phone without a password, does it need to be a xaiomi phone or would it unlock my lg g5, would have liked a stopwatch on it as well.
Trusted device unlock on Bluetooth is interchangeable with any brand... My Volvo car unlocks my Samsung phone... You won't have any issues.
I can't get my MiBand2 to unlock my S7... its not recognised as a device, let alone a trusted one. Yet the Mi Fit app works fine.
I had the Mi 1S and never had trouble, I don't understand if your phone can see your band it should just work
#17
Pedro88
Is there sleep tracker?
Yes it is and works perfectly with MiFit app (you can dowload it from Play store). I do recommend this band.
#18
Are there any clips to mount this e.g. clipped to your boxers? Not mad about wrist wearables, but would like a step counter. You could with the 1st generation model
#19
macamask
I had the Mi 1S and never had trouble, I don't understand if your phone can see your band it should just work
I had no problems with my 1S either... I've just tried the 2 again and it failed, but a second time (after going into the Mi Fit app) and its appeared in the Trusted Devices list.
#20
Just a warning. The heart rate monitor doesn't really go over 100 bpm so is not suitable for a lot of sports. It will work as a heart rate monitor with Endomondo and other apps if you buy a seperate app (Mi Band Tools).
#21
sheppio
Mark3641
its says unlock phone without a password, does it need to be a xaiomi phone or would it unlock my lg g5, would have liked a stopwatch on it as well.
I have the MiBand 1S and it unlocks my Nexus 5 without any issues, so it it doesn't need to be a Xaiomi phone. Android just sees it as a trusted device.
Whilst this feature is "cute", BT4 range maxes out at 100m, so in real terms you might as well not have the screen lock on at all. So basically, it's pointless...
10 Likes #22
juniper
Are there any clips to mount this e.g. clipped to your boxers? Not mad about wrist wearables, but would like a step counter. You could with the 1st generation model

Depending on your girth you could attach it to your sausage
1 Like #23
Got mine the other day, for the money it's pretty good. If you want better apps then this tools one is quite good:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=cz.zdenekhorak.mibandtools&hl=en

I'm just waiting for some clever developer to convert google walking directions and send it to the watch then it will do all I need, anyone know if this has been done already?
1 Like #24
NikLP
sheppio
Mark3641
its says unlock phone without a password, does it need to be a xaiomi phone or would it unlock my lg g5, would have liked a stopwatch on it as well.
I have the MiBand 1S and it unlocks my Nexus 5 without any issues, so it it doesn't need to be a Xaiomi phone. Android just sees it as a trusted device.
Whilst this feature is "cute", BT4 range maxes out at 100m, so in real terms you might as well not have the screen lock on at all. So basically, it's pointless...

You couldn't be more wrong.

My original MiBand stop working a few weeks back. I contemplated not getting a replacement, but the automatic sreen unlock was the feature I missed most, hence I now have a new MiBand 1S. The theoritical range on BT4 may well be 100m, but in reality, the range on the MiBand is 20m at most. I'm struggling to think of a time when my phone is less than 20 meters away from me and not in my possesion, therefore I don't see how your concern of security, or lack of, applies. Your situaltion I'm sure is different, but that in itself doesn't make the feature "pointless".

Edited By: sheppio on Sep 09, 2016 15:29
#25
sheppio
NikLP
sheppio
Mark3641
its says unlock phone without a password, does it need to be a xaiomi phone or would it unlock my lg g5, would have liked a stopwatch on it as well.
I have the MiBand 1S and it unlocks my Nexus 5 without any issues, so it it doesn't need to be a Xaiomi phone. Android just sees it as a trusted device.
Whilst this feature is "cute", BT4 range maxes out at 100m, so in real terms you might as well not have the screen lock on at all. So basically, it's pointless...
You couldn't be more wrong.
My original MiBand stop working a few weeks back. I contemplated not getting a replacement, but the automatic sreen unlock was the feature I missed most, hence I now have a new MiBand 1S. The theoritical range on BT4 may well be 100m, but in reality, the range on the MiBand is 20m at most. I'm struggling to think of a time when my phone is less than 20 meters away from me and not in my possesion, therefore I don't see how your concern of security, or lack of, applies. Your situaltion I'm sure is different, but that in itself doesn't make it the feature "pointless".

So much wrong with all of that I can't even begin.

You, sir, are a buffoon.

Edited By: NikLP on Sep 09, 2016 15:32
1 Like #26
(I just noticed there's a sports and fitness section on hukd :p)

If anyone prefers to order from Gearbest, they can get this for £22.96 using code GBMI2 (Courtesy of gizchina.com ;-))

there are limited stock of these apparently
#27
NikLP
sheppio
Mark3641
its says unlock phone without a password, does it need to be a xaiomi phone or would it unlock my lg g5, would have liked a stopwatch on it as well.
I have the MiBand 1S and it unlocks my Nexus 5 without any issues, so it it doesn't need to be a Xaiomi phone. Android just sees it as a trusted device.
Whilst this feature is "cute", BT4 range maxes out at 100m, so in real terms you might as well not have the screen lock on at all. So basically, it's pointless...

Literally, each to their own... I use it.
#28
Showing £27.33 for me, is there a code?
#29
Same for me???

bigf
Showing £27.33 for me, is there a code?
#30
£27.33
#31
macamask
NikLP
sheppio
Mark3641
its says unlock phone without a password, does it need to be a xaiomi phone or would it unlock my lg g5, would have liked a stopwatch on it as well.
I have the MiBand 1S and it unlocks my Nexus 5 without any issues, so it it doesn't need to be a Xaiomi phone. Android just sees it as a trusted device.
Whilst this feature is "cute", BT4 range maxes out at 100m, so in real terms you might as well not have the screen lock on at all. So basically, it's pointless...
Literally, each to their own... I use it.

I'm not saying it's a useless _feature_, it's just wildly insecure. Limitless number of scenarios where you could be compromised. Otherwise I would also be using it.
#32
I have paid using PayPal and it came to £21.59, happy days :)
#33
I've bought two of these recently. They are fantastic and when compared to Fitbit etc it's a no brainer.
Equivalent Fitbit models are 4x the price of this.
#34
Price on app is £23xx apparently
#35
Got one of these myself last week, very impressed with it, the only downside is the clip on the wristband sometimes unclips very easily and so it could fall off, has happened to me a few times now
#36
The site seems to get confused with the amount in £ and $.
Mine was showing 21.59 when i added it to the basket and 27.33 in the basket!
When I switch back and forth in eventually settled on 21.59 in the basket.

Thanks OP!

8)
#37
£21.40 at the moment Cheers op!
#38
now its £21.40
1 Like #39
Which method of shipping are people going with? Does any have a greater chance of import tax than another?
1 Like #40
noddynodnod
Just a warning. The heart rate monitor doesn't really go over 100 bpm so is not suitable for a lot of sports. It will work as a heart rate monitor with Endomondo and other apps if you buy a seperate app (Mi Band Tools).
False.

Mine does whilst running & cycling.

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