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Milestone Altitude Water Resistance Bluetooth Movement and Sleep Activity Tracker (Black) £29.99 @ e2save
Milestone Altitude Water Resistance Bluetooth Movement and Sleep Activity Tracker  (Black) £29.99 @ e2save

Milestone Altitude Water Resistance Bluetooth Movement and Sleep Activity Tracker (Black) £29.99 @ e2save

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Good reviews and a decent price. Same price as CPW (Same group)

Compatible with iPhone 5/5S/5C/6/6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S3/S4/S5, Note 2/3, HTC One/One X -

Just download the free accompanying app to view your daily stats, such as daily steps, distance covered, and calories both consumed and burned. With all these great updates and motivational benefits, your sofa will soon start to feel neglected.

At night-time, there’s no need to remove the tracker when you hit the sack, as this wearable is also ready for a spot of undercover investigation. Letting you know how much quality sleep you manage per night, you can adjust your bedtimes accordingly, and also let the subtle vibrate function wake you during the best point in your sleeping cycle.

Not only is this a snazzy and stylish addition to any self-respecting wrist, it’s also ultra-comfortable to boot. And if your wrist prefers to go au naturel, you can pop out the removable device for use as a pocket pedometer.

So ditch the sofa and put a spring in your step thanks to the Milestone Altitude Activity Tracker. Tracking feedback for both waking activity and nocturnal sleeping patters, you’re all set to introduce the world to a healthier, happier you.

9 Comments

does it have heart rate sensor?

also available for same price on carphone warehouse

No heart rate monitor.

basically a pedometer that can send its data to a smart phone through a BT sync.

Not a bad price.

Just ordered a Xiaomi Miband myself - £13 odd from China but have read good things about it.

Not saying its better or worse (except in price terms) than this - horses for courses e.g. this has a display whereas the Xiaomi doesn't, but consequently allows the Xiaomi 30 days battery life - haven't used it myself but might be worth considering if you can cope with the few weeks wait.
Edited by: "morpheus" 7th Jan 2015

just wondered how it measure consumed calories???

cambargins

just wondered how it measure consumed calories???



I have a Jawbone Up24 and on that you have to input everything you eat and drink and thats how it works it out. The Jawbone links to My Fitness Pal which is handy for doing that bit but its a bit tedious regardless.

Not saying this is how this band does it but I can't imagine it could do it any other way.

I really need a sleep tracker in my life

Interesting article about a calorie counter (as opposed to having to input data) from CES here:
bbc.co.uk/new…002

robertoegg

I really need a sleep tracker in my life :{Interesting article about a … I really need a sleep tracker in my life :{Interesting article about a calorie counter (as opposed to having to input data) from CES here:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-30681002



Really interesting artcile, thanks robertegg.

Wearable technology is going to come on leaps and bounds over the next few years, especially if the device in that article is the real deal.

Dreadful item paired with CPW's awful product knowledge and customer service please don't waste your time or money on this!
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