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Nike + iPod Sport Kit only £16 delivered (£14.56 after Quidco) @ Nike (Online)
Nike + iPod Sport Kit only £16 delivered (£14.56 after Quidco) @ Nike (Online)

Nike + iPod Sport Kit only £16 delivered (£14.56 after Quidco) @ Nike (Online)

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Cheapest place to get this! by about £5.

Also have available the armband to go with this.

To get to these click on "Men" then "Equipement" on the side menu and you will find it there.

Use the vouchers to get this price.

Dont forget 9% quidco.

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do they have the armband nike+ onthere? looked earlier but couldnt find it

Original Poster

Yeah... its £20... so would be same price as this.

EDIT: Added the info to OP.

the only thing that makes me want to get an ipod...HOT

Banned

Anyone had one of these??

what are they like?

Husband has one - you need the newer lots of nike trainers as they have a slot to put it in (last 2 or so years). Also they can not be used on the ipod classic my nano is fine though

I have the Adidas Micoach which is pretty good - took a while too decide between this and the micoach

is the nike sensor impact based or motion based

if the later does simply putting it in your sock have the same effect with the stupid expensive pair of nike trainers

The new nikes have a thing under the insole where the sensor fits, for all others you use a tiny little velcro pouch that comes free with the ipod nano armband - the armband is £5 or £6 at a specialist running shop I went to in Holborn. They have other branches so google 'em!

One thing to note is that the battery in the sensor is not replaceable so once it runs out it is useless (so I imagine they will start selling them on their own soon) and AFAIK has an on/off switch, so probably better to attach the little velcro patch to your laces than have to pull it out of your insole every time.

I think it senses motion rather than impact.

Original Poster

PeePeeHILL;3365258

Anyone had one of these??what are they like?


They really are pretty good, nice to get some stats of your running. And its not the most expensive thing.

Clawhit;3365369

Husband has one - you need the newer lots of nike trainers as they have a … Husband has one - you need the newer lots of nike trainers as they have a slot to put it in (last 2 or so years). Also they can not be used on the ipod classic my nano is fine though


I just use a velcro holder that goes on my lace.
ElBuc;3365686

One thing to note is that the battery in the sensor is not replaceable so … One thing to note is that the battery in the sensor is not replaceable so once it runs out it is useless (so I imagine they will start selling them on their own soon) and AFAIK has an on/off switch, so probably better to attach the little velcro patch to your laces than have to pull it out of your insole every time.I think it senses motion rather than impact.



Nike do sell them on their own... £12 before any discounts.

Its motion i think.

StevenTaylor;3365731

This should be a direct … This should be a direct link:http://store.nike.com/index.jsp?country=GB&lang_locale=en_GB&ref=http%3A//store.nike.com/#l=shop,pdp,ctr-inline/cid-300/pid-132956/pgid-161933


No... :roll:

PeePeeHILL;3365258

Anyone had one of these??what are they like?



i've got one and they are fantastic. the only thing that has made me get off my butt and run regulary.
i bought a velcro band from ebay , the sensor goes on the velcro and threads through your trainers. I had a probelm with the sensor after 10 months of constant use, went to apple shop and they gave me a replacement for free. you must get one highly recommended

gary_rip;3365998

No... :roll:



Works for me :thumbsup:
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