Lenovo Cardio Plus HX03W Smartband £14.38 @ Gearbest
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Lenovo Cardio Plus HX03W Smartband £14.38 @ Gearbest

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Found 26th Apr
Description:
Lenovo Cardio Plus HX03W smart bracelet is a device that makes you live in healthier and more intelligent lifestyle. It helps to monitor basic physical indicatorslike heart rate and sleep quality that you can know your body condition better. It tracks steps and shows you how you're stacking up against your daily goals. Besides, you can share your data on Wechat and QQ, which may encourage you and your friends to do exercise and raise interest in sports

Main Features:
● Perfect Personal Health Tracker: heart rate monitor, pedometer, sleep monitor, sedentary reminder
● Ultra-long Battery Life: it consumes less power and can generally standby for 7 days
● Nordic 52832 Chip: features low consumption detailed with high performance, flexible and quickly
● Data Synchronism: download APP named Lenovo Healthy to save and sync the data to achieve your healthy goal

Functions:
● Alarm setting
● Phone call / message reminder
● Support language: Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, English, Russian, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Polish, Norwegian, Danish
● Compatible for iOS 8.0 and above, Android 4.4 and above
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Had one for a couple of weeks. Display is unreadable in anything but low light but killer is very inaccurate heart rate monitor.
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Heat added.

OP - probably need to add retailer name etc
Gollywood4 m ago

Heat added.OP - probably need to add retailer name etc


I think some kind soul has intervened, it's Gearbest . Thanks for whoever intervened and sorry I didn't originally include in title
Had one for a couple of weeks. Display is unreadable in anything but low light but killer is very inaccurate heart rate monitor.
Musicrab8 h, 12 m ago

Had one for a couple of weeks. Display is unreadable in anything but low …Had one for a couple of weeks. Display is unreadable in anything but low light but killer is very inaccurate heart rate monitor.


So your saying the MiBand 2 is still the best 😁
Musicrab12 h, 27 m ago

Had one for a couple of weeks. Display is unreadable in anything but low …Had one for a couple of weeks. Display is unreadable in anything but low light but killer is very inaccurate heart rate monitor.


I'm the same. I've had mine three weeks and most of the reading are inaccurate. It says I had one hours sleep last night in total - more like six. I checked the heart again a hand held one I got from Lloyds Pharmacy and it was miles out. I've written to GearBest but heard nothing. I've gone back to the Xiaomi.
diddydavro59 m ago

I'm the same. I've had mine three weeks and most of the reading are …I'm the same. I've had mine three weeks and most of the reading are inaccurate. It says I had one hours sleep last night in total - more like six. I checked the heart again a hand held one I got from Lloyds Pharmacy and it was miles out. I've written to GearBest but heard nothing. I've gone back to the Xiaomi.


Not very familiar with this market but it seems to be flooded with cheap wrist bands where the usual rules apply - you get what you pay for. If anybody can suggest a reasonably accurate heart rate monitor (on a wrist band) for a reasonable price, please suggest one.
Edited by: "Musicrab" 27th Apr
Musicrab27th Apr

Not very familiar with this market but it seems to be flooded with cheap …Not very familiar with this market but it seems to be flooded with cheap wrist bands where the usual rules apply - you get what you pay for. If anybody can suggest a reasonably accurate heart rate monitor (on a wrist band) for a reasonable price, please suggest one.


Like you say Musicrab, you get what you pay for. If I get another one I'll pay big bucks for one, and get it from a UK seller so I get the warranty if it breaks or doesn't perform.
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