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Xiaomi Mi Band 2 Fitness Smartband with Heart Rate Monitor £19.55 from GearBest

£19.55 @ GearBest
Well I have just posted a deal about the Cubot V2 Fitness Band and as I am scrolling down the GearBest email, guess what pops up, this band too! This is £5 more than the Cubot V2, but seems to be v… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Well I have just posted a deal about the Cubot V2 Fitness Band and as I am scrolling down the GearBest email, guess what pops up, this band too!

This is £5 more than the Cubot V2, but seems to be very well received by people on this website and this is the lowest price I have seen, compared to other posts. Remember this item is being posted from China, and if you want to order from UK supplier, likely to pay a £10-15 premium.

Liking how you can buy other straps for £6-7 including metal straps.

I notice many people seem to dislike GearBest, not used them myself, but regularly look through their site. Notice they offer PayPal payments, which gives a degree of protection and if the item goes wrong after a few months, Im willing to take the hit for a £20 product, compared to a £60-90 FitBit product sold here in the UK, especially just intrigued to try a product like this.

***IF YOU ARE SEEING A HIGH PRICE READ BELOW***
As this price is only available via the link (as per the email I was sent), if people have been to the GearBest website previously, I think a higher price is shown. Users wanting to view this price, should clear the cookies on their computer, it will then update the deal to say this price.
Also the website initially shows a higher price, and within a few seconds updates to the price of £19.55.

Main Features

- Bluetooth Synchronization
With Bluetooth 4.0, this smart watch is available for smartphones with Bluetooth functions.

- OLED Touch Screen
Just touch the circular button gently, the OLED screen will display current time, steps, heart rate, distances, calories, etc.

- Heart Rate Monitor
It can dynamic-static monitor your heart rate, provide data for you at any time.

- Incoming Calls / APP Message Alert
When someone calls or sends any messages in your phone, the watch will remind you via vibrating, so you will never miss them!

- Sleeping Monitoring
Accurately monitor total effective sleeping time and motions time every night, also APP will give you periodical evaluation, help you develop good living habits.

- Sport Monitoring
This smart watch can record steps, calories and distance. Let you know your sports data, adjust your exercise program and get a healthier life!

- Intelligent Alarm Function
Wake you up every morning, will not be late for work; idle alert to remind you with vibration, stretch your legs after working for a long time.

- No Passcodes Required
Every Mi Band 2 have an exclusive ID, when your smartphone closes with the band, your phone will be unlocked, just identify yourself with Mi Band 2.

- IP67 Waterproof
The IP67 waterproof allows the bracelet to be held in the water for a maximum of 30 minutes at a depth of 1 meter. ( Don't wear the bracelet when diving )

- Full Compatibility
Support Android 4.4 or above and iOS 7.0 or above with Bluetooth 4.0.

- Download APP
You can search the name "MI FIT" in the "App Store" or "Google Play" to download the APP combined with Mi Band 2 to enjoy happy sports time
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#1
why cold? I thought a good deal
2 Likes #2
used GB several times now & no problems.
#3
It shows it as being £4 odd dearer than the normal price. Either that or I am reading it wrong.
#4
still hot from me
3 Likes #5
Currently showing at £19.55 for me. I bought mine a couple of weeks ago as I'd bought the wife a fitbit HR for her birthday and wanted to see what all the fuss was about - albeit without the cost!

It does virtually everything the HR does at a fraction of the cost, and I can wear it whilst swimming/showering. Can't do that with a fitbit!

Battery lasts for weeks too. At under 20 quid delivered this is an absolute steal.

Voted hot!
#6
Studksc
It shows it as being £4 odd dearer than the normal price. Either that or I am reading it wrong.
The promotional offers on the add on items are higher too?
#7
got one for my wife about a month ago, its not left her wrist. 1'st charge lasted 19 days! very impressed with it, she gets call, text and whatsapp notifications on it as well as the HR and steps. Ordering 2 more as gifts. at this price you cant go wrong.
1 Like #8
it's showing £23.55 for me???
#9
How do you the price to become under £20? When trying to pay with PayPal it is showing as £25
#10
The screen on mine isn't working, but after raising a support ticket with gearbest, they are sending me a new one. Support from them seems good. Battery life appears to be amazing from all the reviews I have seen.
#11
23.55 for me too
#12
Dazza853
The screen on mine isn't working, but after raising a support ticket with gearbest, they are sending me a new one. Support from them seems good. Battery life appears to be amazing from all the reviews I have seen.


Battery lasts about a month for me and that's with sleep monitor on.
#13
I ended up buying a Fitbit blaze instead, I looked at these and the app just wasn't a patch, also the device just didn't seem in the same league. After reading reviews I found a fair bit of negativity over accuracy (steps and HR).

The Blaze is like 8 times the cost, but I feel the premium makes up for the extras you get and the aftermarket support, not to mention the variety of bands :)
1 Like #14
Why expired? I've just ordered two at £19:55 each.
#15
£20.90 incl £1.35 postage. Still available.
1 Like #16
Shows as £23.55 on mobile site, go to desktop site and the price is £19.55
#17
Definitely not expired, ordered mine earlier for £19.55 and it's still showing in stock. Occasionally it flicks to $24 as you change screens, then the settings catch up and it turns back to £19.55.
#18
Has anyone had this and the fitbit charge hr to compare the accuracy? I own the fitbit charge hr, the accuracy is great but I am sick of the battery life, I get a maximum of 2 days use and thats with having all-day sync and quick view off to save battery, considering buying this instead but I had the original xiaomi mi band and the step count accuracy was useless.
#19
I ordered a few weeks ago and still waiting to be delivered. It takes it time to come. It's frustrating
#20
I own an original Mi Band 1 but I went for the id 107 which is around £12. I'm happy enough with the id although the app needs a bit more work. Heart rate, steps and sleep all seem accurate although HR doesn't store historical data, only the current day. Also I find if you don't open the app once a day then it fails to store that days data. It's also a fixed band meaning if the strap breaks then the device is no good. It's a solid enough band though and I've had it 3 months with no problems. Other than that it's a great device if your looking for something similar (and cheaper.)
#21
this band is fine - but the app is crap!

And it seems to be still in stock for £19.55

Edited By: Dave_dave69 on Oct 30, 2016 10:45
#22
Can anyone tell me the name of the app so I can check it out. Tempted to get the band. Thanks
#23
Do you need to buy the charger and band separately?
#24
Free official app

Paid app

Just noticed another couple of apps on the market since I last used these.

Official app worked fine for me. The app is updated regularly.
#25
Dave_dave69
this band is fine - but the app is crap!

And it seems to be still in stock for £19.55


If on android you can use Google health instead. Got the wife one of these ages ago when the £ was stronger do was much cheaper.

So long between charges mislaid the charging cable so ordered a new one for £1.34 delivered.

Stunning bit of kit for the money
#26
should I get a custom strap for it?
#27
Rich44
Dave_dave69
this band is fine - but the app is crap!
And it seems to be still in stock for £19.55
If on android you can use Google health instead. Got the wife one of these ages ago when the £ was stronger do was much cheaper.
So long between charges mislaid the charging cable so ordered a new one for £1.34 delivered.
Stunning bit of kit for the money

" Google Health has been discontinued

Google Health has been permanently discontinued. All data remaining in Google Health user accounts as of January 2, 2013 has been systematically destroyed, and Google is no longer able to recover any Google Health data for any user. To learn more about this announcement,"

I do however use Google Fit as well as the official app.
#28
GlentoranMark
Free official app

Paid app

Just noticed another couple of apps on the market since I last used these.

Official app worked fine for me. The app is updated regularly.

I do use the official app and have the latest version. I may try that paid app - thanks
#29
I know there's lots of third party android apps, but what about iOS? Mines just arrived and interested in more frequent heart readings etc
2 Likes #30
Why is this expired , the offer is still on..
#31
I've used both but I preferred the free version. The only advantage I seen with the paid app was continuous heart rate. I've since switched to an id 107 bad but I still keep an eye on these threads as I liked the Miband 1. This band was £36 when I purchased te id107, there's not so much of a price difference nowadays.

Dave_dave69
GlentoranMark
Free official appPaid app
Just noticed another couple of apps on the market since I last used these.
Official app worked fine for me. The app is updated regularly.
I do use the official app and have the latest version. I may try that paid app - thanks
#32
dreamager
I know there's lots of third party android apps, but what about iOS? Mines just arrived and interested in more frequent heart readings etc

You can press the button on the band to get the heart rate at any time you want.
#33
Does this merge data into the health app on IOS?
1 Like #34
Just bought at this price. This is the second one I've bought, this time for me. Original purchase was meant to be for me but I happily gave it as a present to my partner when her watch gave up. She thinks it's brilliant and much better than the fitbit charge.
#36
just can't bring myself to use this company again after trying to charge me £122 to repair my ulefone power under warranty. seemingly this is the price of them having to repackage and send it back insured after the repair. I would only have paid £37 to send it to them express and fully insured. can't see how it costs 4 times as much to send from China especially when express courier delivery from them originally was £28.
#37
customer service seems good, I put in two orders and they mailed to check they were not duplicates and then processed within 10 mins of my confirmation. Very efficient.
#38
This should be un-expired, great price and still valid, although website does play up a little.
#39
southlondonboy
I ordered a few weeks ago and still waiting to be delivered. It takes it time to come. It's frustrating

Mine arrived in 10 days.

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