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Honor Band 5 Midnight Navy Fitness Tracker - £23.99 With Coupon @ Honor UK
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Honor Band 5 Midnight Navy Fitness Tracker - £23.99 With Coupon @ Honor UK

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  • BATTERYCapacity: Typical value at 100 mAh |Type: Non-removable lithium polymer battery |Charging time: about 100 min (under 25°C ambient temperatures) | 14 Days of Standby Time on a Single Charge | A power-efficient, high-performing battery bolstered by system-level optimization means the AMOLED color display is on standby for up to 14 days on a single charge. You can also expect up to 6 days of use with heart rate tracking and sleep tracking features turned on. Battery life varies with use and other factors.
  • STORAGERAM 384 KB |ROM 1 MB|PSRAM 8M |Flash 32 MB
  • CONNECTIVITYBluetooth frequency: 2.4 GHz | Bluetooth 4.2 | Bluetooth connection distance less than or equal to 10 m (in an open area)
  • SIZEDimensions (Length x width x height): 43 mm (span of main body) × 17.2 mm (width) × 11.5 mm (maximum thickness of the main body)
  • SENSOR24/7 Heart Rate Monitor | 6-axis IMU sensor(Accelerometer sensor, Gyroscope sensor|Optical heart rate sensor |Infrared wear sensor | Sleep Monitor
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My honor 5 lasts between 8 and 10 days between charges.
nigelbutler18/05/2020 14:38

Ah didn't know that version has built in GPS that's good to know....What …Ah didn't know that version has built in GPS that's good to know....What battery life you get on it? Less charging the better imo


I'm cycling for an hour and walking for 2 hours every day at the moment (lost 4 and a half stone since the turn of the year, lockdown isn't stopping me for aiming to shift the rest I need to lose), so even with 3 hours a day of GPS, I'm still getting about 3 days out of a charge, which isn't too shabby. If I didn't use the GPS for the walks as well as the bike ride, It'd be a week I reckon.
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This or the Mi smart band 4?
DaveG4618/05/2020 14:19

This or the Mi smart band 4?


Looking at the specs, it seems the Xiaomi would win on battery life. The honor on a couple extra features
My honor 5 lasts between 8 and 10 days between charges.
Personally I'm rocking a Huawei Band 3 Pro. It's a tad more expensive at £39.99 on Amazon (I didn't do much shopping around though), but it has GPS built in, which means you can take it out without your phone for much more accurate distance tracking. I've got the Huawei Health app synching with Google Fit and MyFitnessPal. Proper bargain IMHO.
MrSwitch18/05/2020 14:23

Looking at the specs, it seems the Xiaomi would win on battery life. The …Looking at the specs, it seems the Xiaomi would win on battery life. The honor on a couple extra features


I've got the Honor and love it..... Easy to put on and quickly adjust.... The strap design is a bit odd on the Xiaomi and I had a cheap version for a bit with same strap didn't like it

Honor has the music controls like skip track and volume which is handy if you are reclining in the sun! Think Mi band has this to?

I get 14 days battery but I know the Xiaomi beats it with 20 days

Need a band that lasts 30 days or more!
Stealth_Fox18/05/2020 14:34

Personally I'm rocking a Huawei Band 3 Pro. It's a tad more expensive at …Personally I'm rocking a Huawei Band 3 Pro. It's a tad more expensive at £39.99 on Amazon (I didn't do much shopping around though), but it has GPS built in, which means you can take it out without your phone for much more accurate distance tracking. I've got the Huawei Health app synching with Google Fit and MyFitnessPal. Proper bargain IMHO.


Ah didn't know that version has built in GPS that's good to know....

What battery life you get on it? Less charging the better imo
Not sure why the main price is showing up as £27.99? I got a refurbished/open box one recently on eBay - the pulse oximeter and heart rate are fairly good once you get the hang of getting the thing at the right position/tightness to obtain a reading (SpO2 is usually under by 1-4% compared to a proper pulse oximeter, heart rate seems pretty accurate), but I’ve found the app really clunky and slow to sync with the tracker.

The weather function also seems to have to be turned off and on in the app every time I want it updated on the band, making it a bit pointless. Overall it’s not terrible, but I suppose I expected something a little more polished from a company that is now so massive.

Not sure I’d pay more than £15 for it, but if you need the pulse oximeter it’s definitely worth it even at normal price. You can use this function (and HR) without having to be connected to the app. Under the current circumstances it’s not a bad idea to have a pulse ox, as if you’re having respiratory issues they may be able to give an indication of when it’s time to get help (below 95% is considered low in an otherwise healthy person, 92% or lower it’s time to call someone.) Obviously if you have a chronic condition like asthma or other vulnerabilities best to go for a medical grade one - Huawei makes clear in the instructions that this isn’t - and as I said it does often seem to under-measure, usually by 1-3 percentage points but occasionally up to 5. Probably better than getting an exaggerated reading though, and it will still give you an idea of the trend.
Edited by: "finknottle" 18th May
finknottle18/05/2020 14:40

Not sure why the main price is showing up as £27.99? I got a …Not sure why the main price is showing up as £27.99? I got a refurbished/open box one recently on eBay - the pulse oximeter and heart rate are fairly good once you get the hang of getting the thing at the right position/tightness to obtain a reading (SpO2 is usually under by 1-4% compared to a proper pulse oximeter, heart rate seems pretty accurate), but I’ve found the app really clunky and slow to sync with the tracker. The weather function also seems to have to be turned off and on in the app every time I want it updated on the band, making it a bit pointless. Overall it’s not terrible, but I suppose I expected something a little more polished from a company that is now so massive. Not sure I’d pay more than £15 for it, but if you need the pulse oximeter it’s definitely worth it even at normal price. You can use this function (and HR) without having to be connected to the app. Under the current circumstances it’s not a bad idea to have one, as if you’re having respiratory issues they may be able to give an indication of when it’s time to get help (below 95% is considered low in an otherwise healthy person, 92% or lower it’s time to call someone.) Obviously if you have a chronic condition like asthma or other vulnerabilities best to go for a medical grade one, Huawei makes clear in the instructions that this isn’t medical grade and as I said it does often seem to under-measure, usually by 1-3 percentage points but occasionally up to 5. Probably better than getting an exaggerated reading though, and it will still give you an idea of the trend.


Deal starts on the 21st
badunn18/05/2020 14:33

My honor 5 lasts between 8 and 10 days between charges.


I get 14 days off mine but I've got Raise to wake off and constant heart monitoring off.... You'll probably know what your general heart rate is after a while

I only use for daily 30 minute walks though..... Been doing everyday since Lockdown.

I hate exercise so doing 5000-6000 steps at the moment is still a challenge
badunn18/05/2020 14:33

My honor 5 lasts between 8 and 10 days between charges.


Same. I'd recommend this over the Mi-Band. I've had both and prefer this for sure.
nigelbutler18/05/2020 14:38

Ah didn't know that version has built in GPS that's good to know....What …Ah didn't know that version has built in GPS that's good to know....What battery life you get on it? Less charging the better imo


I'm cycling for an hour and walking for 2 hours every day at the moment (lost 4 and a half stone since the turn of the year, lockdown isn't stopping me for aiming to shift the rest I need to lose), so even with 3 hours a day of GPS, I'm still getting about 3 days out of a charge, which isn't too shabby. If I didn't use the GPS for the walks as well as the bike ride, It'd be a week I reckon.
finknottle18/05/2020 14:40

Not sure why the main price is showing up as £27.99? I got a …Not sure why the main price is showing up as £27.99? I got a refurbished/open box one recently on eBay - the pulse oximeter and heart rate are fairly good once you get the hang of getting the thing at the right position/tightness to obtain a reading (SpO2 is usually under by 1-4% compared to a proper pulse oximeter, heart rate seems pretty accurate), but I’ve found the app really clunky and slow to sync with the tracker. The weather function also seems to have to be turned off and on in the app every time I want it updated on the band, making it a bit pointless. Overall it’s not terrible, but I suppose I expected something a little more polished from a company that is now so massive. Not sure I’d pay more than £15 for it, but if you need the pulse oximeter it’s definitely worth it even at normal price. You can use this function (and HR) without having to be connected to the app. Under the current circumstances it’s not a bad idea to have a pulse ox, as if you’re having respiratory issues they may be able to give an indication of when it’s time to get help (below 95% is considered low in an otherwise healthy person, 92% or lower it’s time to call someone.) Obviously if you have a chronic condition like asthma or other vulnerabilities best to go for a medical grade one - Huawei makes clear in the instructions that this isn’t - and as I said it does often seem to under-measure, usually by 1-3 percentage points but occasionally up to 5. Probably better than getting an exaggerated reading though, and it will still give you an idea of the trend.


Imo it's worth every penny at £25-30 and you know it'll last for a while..... 50 meters waterproof as well

It's so small and light as well.... Would not spend £150 on a GT style one though!

£25 is a bargain if you use it daily and challenge yourself....
Stealth_Fox18/05/2020 14:44

I'm cycling for an hour and walking for 2 hours every day at the moment …I'm cycling for an hour and walking for 2 hours every day at the moment (lost 4 and a half stone since the turn of the year, lockdown isn't stopping me for aiming to shift the rest I need to lose), so even with 3 hours a day of GPS, I'm still getting about 3 days out of a charge, which isn't too shabby. If I didn't use the GPS for the walks as well as the bike ride, It'd be a week I reckon.


The main thing is it's pushing you a bit and giving you challenges!
nigelbutler18/05/2020 14:44

Imo it's worth every penny at £25-30 and you know it'll last for a …Imo it's worth every penny at £25-30 and you know it'll last for a while..... 50 meters waterproof as wellIt's so small and light as well.... Would not spend £150 on a GT style one though!£25 is a bargain if you use it daily and challenge yourself....



£24! And true, it was my first smart band -thing and I’d probably set my expectations a bit high. It’s a neat little gadget, especially with the SpO2. My main gripe is really the app, but that may also be my phone and the fact I keep the Bluetooth off most of the time. I also find the band just a wee bit uncomfortable to keep on in bed.
finknottle18/05/2020 14:53

£24! And true, it was my first smart band -thing and I’d probably set my ex …£24! And true, it was my first smart band -thing and I’d probably set my expectations a bit high. It’s a neat little gadget, especially with the SpO2. My main gripe is really the app, but that may also be my phone and the fact I keep the Bluetooth off most of the time. I also find the band just a wee bit uncomfortable to keep on in bed.


I don't wear to sleep! That's when it comes off!

I was interested in the sleep monitoring to start with but once you know your patterns then maybe no real point and I'm too aware of it on me at night and that keeps me awake!
finknottle18/05/2020 14:40

Not sure why the main price is showing up as £27.99? I got a …Not sure why the main price is showing up as £27.99? I got a refurbished/open box one recently on eBay - the pulse oximeter and heart rate are fairly good once you get the hang of getting the thing at the right position/tightness to obtain a reading (SpO2 is usually under by 1-4% compared to a proper pulse oximeter, heart rate seems pretty accurate), but I’ve found the app really clunky and slow to sync with the tracker. The weather function also seems to have to be turned off and on in the app every time I want it updated on the band, making it a bit pointless. Overall it’s not terrible, but I suppose I expected something a little more polished from a company that is now so massive. Not sure I’d pay more than £15 for it, but if you need the pulse oximeter it’s definitely worth it even at normal price. You can use this function (and HR) without having to be connected to the app. Under the current circumstances it’s not a bad idea to have a pulse ox, as if you’re having respiratory issues they may be able to give an indication of when it’s time to get help (below 95% is considered low in an otherwise healthy person, 92% or lower it’s time to call someone.) Obviously if you have a chronic condition like asthma or other vulnerabilities best to go for a medical grade one - Huawei makes clear in the instructions that this isn’t - and as I said it does often seem to under-measure, usually by 1-3 percentage points but occasionally up to 5. Probably better than getting an exaggerated reading though, and it will still give you an idea of the trend.


I've been considering the Honor Band 5 because of the oximeter but as you say, it's readings are indicative - if you're concerned about hypoxia, you shouldn't be relying on a side feature of a £20-30 watch

Heat for the deal BTW
BubaMan18/05/2020 15:02

I've been considering the Honor Band 5 because of the oximeter but as you …I've been considering the Honor Band 5 because of the oximeter but as you say, it's readings are indicative - if you're concerned about hypoxia, you shouldn't be relying on a side feature of a £20-30 watch ;)Heat for the deal BTW



I’d say go for it at this price, unless you have a condition which makes totally accurate monitoring a necessity. I’ve found recently that contrary to the thing’s instructions to tighten it for a reading, if I leave it at a normal tightness, just resting on the skin, it’s usually only one or two points out (and sometimes bang on.) And even if it’s a bit off, if you’re feeling under the weather and take a reading say hourly, it’ll show if there’s a trend downwards. There’s also the fact that some of the off-brand Chinese oximeters you find online - especially at the moment, as stocks are low - are not the most accurate. There’s a few studies out there that’ve tested them. But yes, you do have a chronic condition and accuracy matters, it’s definitely worth getting a decent medically-approved one (and it’s possible that your GP may be able to point you in the right direction or even provide one.)
Edited by: "finknottle" 18th May
BubaMan18/05/2020 15:02

I've been considering the Honor Band 5 because of the oximeter but as you …I've been considering the Honor Band 5 because of the oximeter but as you say, it's readings are indicative - if you're concerned about hypoxia, you shouldn't be relying on a side feature of a £20-30 watch ;)Heat for the deal BTW


Cheers Bubs
finknottle18/05/2020 15:22

I’d say go for it at this price, unless you have a condition which makes t …I’d say go for it at this price, unless you have a condition which makes totally accurate monitoring a necessity. I’ve found recently that contrary to the thing’s instructions to tighten it for a reading, if I leave it at a normal tightness, just resting on the skin, it’s usually only one or two points out (and sometimes bang on.) And even if it’s a bit off, if you’re feeling under the weather and take a reading say hourly, it’ll show if there’s a trend downwards. There’s also the fact that some of the off-brand Chinese oximeters you find online - especially at the moment, as stocks are low - are not the most accurate. There’s a few studies out there that’ve tested them. But yes, you do have a chronic condition and accuracy matters, it’s definitely worth getting a decent medically-approved one (and it’s possible that your GP may be able to point you in the right direction or even provide one.)


Good points - cheers
I'm going to wait for a month to see what the Mi Band 5 has in store though... It should drive the price down for the Honor Band 5,if nothing else
I have all things turned on and it last for about 4-5 days, dont expect it to export much data to google fit though. but all in all I like it.
can the SpO2 be set to take a reading on an interval or does it have to be manually triggered from the screen?
Magnets18/05/2020 16:18

can the SpO2 be set to take a reading on an interval or does it have to be …can the SpO2 be set to take a reading on an interval or does it have to be manually triggered from the screen?


It's manual as you have to be still while it's measuring.
It is extremely difficult to get an sp02 reading from this band.
This or a Fitbit ? Or are they both on par
@MrSwitch challenge... Best mate xs fold price? Lol
lol24h18/05/2020 18:30

@MrSwitch challenge... Best mate xs fold price? Lol


2K Ebay
MrSwitch18/05/2020 18:42

2K Ebay


When do you think the price will go down? Usually Huawei prices shoot down?
lol24h18/05/2020 18:45

When do you think the price will go down? Usually … When do you think the price will go down? Usually Huawei prices shoot down?


I don't think they will, they have been made in limited numbers, so your best best will be a refurb or used unit.
MrSwitch18/05/2020 18:46

I don't think they will, they have been made in limited numbers, so your …I don't think they will, they have been made in limited numbers, so your best best will be a refurb or used unit.


Okay, I'll let you know when I win the lottery
I love the colour of those earbuds.
lol24h18/05/2020 18:47

Okay, I'll let you know when I win the lottery


If you do, buy me one man
Lee_King18/05/2020 18:18

This or a Fitbit ? Or are they both on par


With fitbit you are basically paying for the really good app. I use a charge 2 because I can compete with my family which makes me actually try

Also really good customer service. I've had bands sent when one was worn and falling apart no questions asked. Even let me choose a different colour from my original band.
Edited by: "CoeK" 18th May
CoeK18/05/2020 18:49

With fitbit you are basically paying for the really good app. I use a …With fitbit you are basically paying for the really good app. I use a charge 2 because I can compete with my family which makes me actually try Also really good customer service. I've had bands sent when one was worn and falling apart no questions asked. Even let me choose a different colour from my original band.


Thanks yeah I was looking at refurbished units myself can’t afford brand new and was unsure which would be best
What's the point of flash memory in these watches?
roryno18/05/2020 23:13

What's the point of flash memory in these watches?


To store sensor data maybe?
I want a watch that can track my steps and my calories burnt from walking and cycling, and has a sleep tracker. What would you guys recommend? I don't need a GPS
I followed the steps but the coupon doesn't seem to be applied, so unless I did something wrong in the process maybe it's account specific?
freedev21/05/2020 10:44

I followed the steps but the coupon doesn't seem to be applied, so unless …I followed the steps but the coupon doesn't seem to be applied, so unless I did something wrong in the process maybe it's account specific?


Same here, price comes up 27
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