Huawei Band 2 Pro Fitness Wristband with Built-in GPS - Black - £49.99 with C&C from Tesco Direct
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Huawei Band 2 Pro Fitness Wristband with Built-in GPS - Black - £49.99 with C&C from Tesco Direct

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Found 7th Dec
Tesco Direct have these in stock and it's the best price I can find at the moment.

Style is nothing without comfort. The smooth ergonomic design of the HUAWEI Band 2 Pro merges seamlessly with your wrist empowering you to take on any challenge in style. Look great, feel great, do great things.The HUAWEI Band 2 Pro has a long battery life, with a single charge lasting for 21 days of normal usage. It can withstand water pressure of 5 ATM and supports all day wear, including rain, shower & swim.HUAWEI Band 2 Pro doesn't just provide comprehensive and accurate workout data records (heartbeat, pace, movement distance, calories, speed, and direction) but integrates a professional motion analysis algorithm to help users exercise in a thoroughly scientific way. Professional workout report includes: Distance, Heart rate, Calorie, Pace, VO2 max, training effect, and recovery time advice.The HUAWEI Band 2 Pro also provides scientific sleep tracking and breathing instruction.

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How is the wristband on these do u know? I've had fitbit and a replacement, both wristband comes off the actual screen....so annoying!

Bumbee83846 h, 0 m ago

How is the wristband on these do u know? I've had fitbit and a …How is the wristband on these do u know? I've had fitbit and a replacement, both wristband comes off the actual screen....so annoying!


I think this was only released in September/October. I've had mine a couple of weeks and I've had no issues with the strap except it doesn't have a normal buckle which I find odd. I got it for the heart rate monitor which is pretty accurate.

Does anyone know if this syncs with Strava?

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Doublehelpings50 m ago

Does anyone know if this syncs with Strava?


Just done a bit of research and apparently it doesn't connect to Strava.
Edited by: "heathergreen1" 8th Dec

I just ordered a Honor Band 3 from Amazon Spain for 44€ + 6€ transport. That's €50 so even cheaper than this and it's the new model. Same price on Amazon Germany if you fancy that instead. All colours available.

Amazon Spain:
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Amazon Germany:
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big_rock13 m ago

I just ordered a Honor Band 3 from Amazon Spain for 44€ + 6€ transport. Tha …I just ordered a Honor Band 3 from Amazon Spain for 44€ + 6€ transport. That's €50 so even cheaper than this and it's the new model. Same price on Amazon Germany if you fancy that instead. All colours available.Amazon Spain:https://www.amazon.es/gp/aw/d/B072MMW5T9/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?__mk_es_ES=ÅMÅZÕÑ&qid=1512724639&sr=8-2π=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=honor+band+3&dpPl=1&dpID=413OK7CRcoL&ref=plSrchAmazon Germany:https://www.amazon.de/gp/aw/d/B071G7MDN1/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?__mk_de_DE=ÅMÅZÕÑ&qid=1512724693&sr=8-3π=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=honor+band+3&dpPl=1&dpID=41XTcrTzJaL&ref=plSrch


Honor Band 3 does not have built-in GPS so if you fancy that go for the Huawei 2 Pro instead.

Click and Collect isn't showing for me for some reason?

siross851 h, 27 m ago

Click and Collect isn't showing for me for some reason?


Same, added info to the original post.

Having a dip into reviews, GPS tracking but no elevation

Seems I'll be carrying my phone on runs for a little bit longer!

premierfella29 m ago

Having a dip into reviews, GPS tracking but no elevation Seems I'll …Having a dip into reviews, GPS tracking but no elevation Seems I'll be carrying my phone on runs for a little bit longer!


Also doesn't appear to be very accurate. I'd invest in a running watch, the FR10 is a decent budget option.

After looking for a sports watch that can read HR, I just keep reading how unreliable they are. Fitbits reviews show that they're basically made of glass and won't last more than a year, Xiami MiBand can be inaccurate and also won't last more than a year and will disconnect and not be able to re-connect to your phone, the AMAZFIT also has it's own issues apparently. Why can't someone just make a decent fitness watch, I don't get it?!

meshuggahlad9 h, 20 m ago

I think this was only released in September/October. I've had mine a …I think this was only released in September/October. I've had mine a couple of weeks and I've had no issues with the strap except it doesn't have a normal buckle which I find odd. I got it for the heart rate monitor which is pretty accurate.



A description I saw states that it provides call and text alerts but most descriptions, and the above, seem to focus heavily on the sports features. Can you confirm that it does give phone alerts please?

f2k830 m ago

After looking for a sports watch that can read HR, I just keep reading how …After looking for a sports watch that can read HR, I just keep reading how unreliable they are. Fitbits reviews show that they're basically made of glass and won't last more than a year, Xiami MiBand can be inaccurate and also won't last more than a year and will disconnect and not be able to re-connect to your phone, the AMAZFIT also has it's own issues apparently. Why can't someone just make a decent fitness watch, I don't get it?!


You won't get decent optical HRM on the cheap. It's not worth paying for anyway.
I have been using my TomTom Multistory (1st gen) on a daily basis for the past three years.
While it's not perfect, it does the job well enough to stop me from upgrading.

zoolander240 m ago

A description I saw states that it provides call and text alerts but most …A description I saw states that it provides call and text alerts but most descriptions, and the above, seem to focus heavily on the sports features. Can you confirm that it does give phone alerts please?


Yes it provides alerts for texts, phone calls, WhatsApp and I think pretty much any app with notifications. For sms and WhatsApp it gives you the first few words on the watch (the screen is small and you have to scroll) but not the whole message. I quickly turned off all notifications except for phone calls. It also has a silent/smart alarm that I like. If you aren't interested in the heart rate monitor then I'm sure you could find better watches just for notifications.

basergorkobal21 m ago

You won't get decent optical HRM on the cheap. It's not worth paying for …You won't get decent optical HRM on the cheap. It's not worth paying for anyway.I have been using my TomTom Multistory (1st gen) on a daily basis for the past three years. While it's not perfect, it does the job well enough to stop me from upgrading.


This is the first optical HRM I've tried and I was really surprised how good it seems. At the gym on the treadmill and other machines the heart rate displayed on the watch was within 1bpm of the machines metal grip monitor. Irritatingly this watch will only constantly read your heart rate when selecting running or cycling mode which then also activates the GPS, so at the gym it drains the battery faster than necessary.

meshuggahlad9 m ago

Yes it provides alerts for texts, phone calls, WhatsApp and I think pretty …Yes it provides alerts for texts, phone calls, WhatsApp and I think pretty much any app with notifications. For sms and WhatsApp it gives you the first few words on the watch (the screen is small and you have to scroll) but not the whole message. I quickly turned off all notifications except for phone calls. It also has a silent/smart alarm that I like. If you aren't interested in the heart rate monitor then I'm sure you could find better watches just for notifications.



Great, thanks.

basergorkobal46 m ago

You won't get decent optical HRM on the cheap. It's not worth paying for …You won't get decent optical HRM on the cheap. It's not worth paying for anyway.I have been using my TomTom Multistory (1st gen) on a daily basis for the past three years. While it's not perfect, it does the job well enough to stop me from upgrading.


I'm willing to pay good money for one, it's just everysingle one I read about has horrible issues down the line, I just want one that I can stick with.

I've had one about 2 weeks, Yes it gives notifications but I've turned that off as phone is close by enough to hear it anyway. Not tried the swimming or running thing but it's fairly accurate step and heart rate wise, the app is simple and doesn't do lots of high end fitness data but covers enough like light and deep sleep. It's small enough to not annoy when left on overnight and battery lasts a good while, the step count started to drift after about a week but I charged it back to full from 80% and it's been fine since.
The strap is screwed on and I haven't found any replacements yet but it feels nice and soft

meshuggahlad3 h, 48 m ago

This is the first optical HRM I've tried and I was really surprised how …This is the first optical HRM I've tried and I was really surprised how good it seems. At the gym on the treadmill and other machines the heart rate displayed on the watch was within 1bpm of the machines metal grip monitor. Irritatingly this watch will only constantly read your heart rate when selecting running or cycling mode which then also activates the GPS, so at the gym it drains the battery faster than necessary.


Optical HR sensors are getting better. And for average readings they are ok. For actual HR zone training and intervals they don't really cut it for me.
I'm not surprised to see the gym equipment HR readings are in line with the optical sensor. Both probably average out the readings in a similar way. You can only get a truly accurate reading from a strap-based sensor.

f2k83 h, 27 m ago

I'm willing to pay good money for one, it's just everysingle one I read …I'm willing to pay good money for one, it's just everysingle one I read about has horrible issues down the line, I just want one that I can stick with.


Most of the branded sports watches are very decent. TomTom, Garmin Polar. Especially paired with a BT/ANT+ HR sensor. Its their implementation of additional "smart" features that sets them apart.
This is why I haven't upgraded mine. It has the basics covered well. And a lot of the smart product lines aren't mature enough to justify the expense I find.

big_rock14 h, 9 m ago

I just ordered a Honor Band 3 from Amazon Spain for 44€ + 6€ transport. Tha …I just ordered a Honor Band 3 from Amazon Spain for 44€ + 6€ transport. That's €50 so even cheaper than this and it's the new model. Same price on Amazon Germany if you fancy that instead. All colours available.Amazon Spain:https://www.amazon.es/gp/aw/d/B072MMW5T9/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?__mk_es_ES=ÅMÅZÕÑ&qid=1512724639&sr=8-2π=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=honor+band+3&dpPl=1&dpID=413OK7CRcoL&ref=plSrchAmazon Germany:https://www.amazon.de/gp/aw/d/B071G7MDN1/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?__mk_de_DE=ÅMÅZÕÑ&qid=1512724693&sr=8-3π=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=honor+band+3&dpPl=1&dpID=41XTcrTzJaL&ref=plSrch



Without GPS the Honor Band 3 is just a really expensive Xiaomi Mi Band. What made you pick it?
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