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Original Xiaomi Mi Band 2 Heart Rate Monitor Smart Wristband - BLACK - £21.98 @ Gearbest
Original Xiaomi Mi Band 2 Heart Rate Monitor Smart Wristband  -  BLACK - £21.98 @ Gearbest

Original Xiaomi Mi Band 2 Heart Rate Monitor Smart Wristband - BLACK - £21.98 @ Gearbest

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Blurb Below.

Mi Band 2 is a smart watch bracelet for you, especially for sports lovers!

Do you know how many steps you take, how many calories you consume, and how far you run? Don't worry, when you wear the bracelet to do exercise, such as running, climbing, all these data can be synchronized and analyzed on your mobile phone which helps you plan your exercise time and amount more reasonably. It comes with TPU adjustable wristband, giving you a skin-friendly, breathable feeling. When you sleep, it will monitor your sleep. It can also wake you up by vibrating gently.

Mi Band 2 record every moment staying with you. Just to live a healthy life with it!

Main Features:

- Bluetooth Synchronization

With Bluetooth 4.0, this smart watch is available for smartphones with Bluetooth functions.

- OLED Touch Screen

Just touch the circular button gently, the OLED screen will display current time, steps, heart rate, distances, calories, etc.

- Heart Rate Monitor

It can dynamic-static monitor your heart rate, provide data for you at any time.

- Incoming Calls / APP Message Alert

When someone calls or sends any messages in your phone, the watch will remind you via vibrating, so you will never miss them!

- Sleeping Monitoring

Accurately monitor total effective sleeping time and motions time every night, also APP will give you periodical evaluation, help you develop good living habits.

- Sport Monitoring

This smart watch can record steps, calories and distance. Let you know your sports data, adjust your exercise program and get a healthier life!

- Intelligent Alarm Function

Wake you up every morning, will not be late for work; idle alert to remind you with vibration, stretch your legs after working for a long time.

- No Passcodes Required

Every Mi Band 2 have an exclusive ID, when your smartphone closes with the band, your phone will be unlocked, just identify yourself with Mi Band 2.

- IP67 Waterproof

The IP67 waterproof allows the bracelet to be held in the water for a maximum of 30 minutes at a depth of 1 meter. ( Don't wear the bracelet when diving )

- Full Compatibility

Support Android 4.4 or above and iOS 7.0 or above with Bluetooth 4.0.

- Download APP

You can search the name "MI FIT" in the "App Store" or "Google Play" to download the APP combined with Mi Band 2 to enjoy happy sports time

84 Comments

good price, still waiting though for it to drop some more before I can justify upgrading from my 1s

Heat added. Gr8 saving
I'll still wait for the price to drop further

Original Poster

vassy4u

Heat added. Gr8 saving :pI'll still wait for the price to drop further



I'm actually doing the same myself. It's on a Birthday and Christmas list for my Niece and Birthday not until December also, so thinking about holding off to Black Friday.

comes up £31 or £34 depending on where i ship from?

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antonywhite37

comes up £31 or £34 depending on where i ship from?



It did that to me earlier also. Clear your cookies and go to the gearbest website and search for the product. Flick over to GBP and then it normally changes price to say "flash sale".

Does this automatically track your sleep or does it need switching to sleep track mode manually ?

cecilmcroberts

I'm actually doing the same myself. It's on a Birthday and Christmas list … I'm actually doing the same myself. It's on a Birthday and Christmas list for my Niece and Birthday not until December also, so thinking about holding off to Black Friday.


Black Friday would be good time

Still dont get how they can make them so cheap and include p&p at that price too! Wow!!

TylerDurdenUK

Does this automatically track your sleep or does it need switching to … Does this automatically track your sleep or does it need switching to sleep track mode manually ?



It auto tracks.

The display has four options (datetime/steps/heart rate/battery percentage)

My battery lasts around 23/25 days, but since turning off the 'raise' options which shows the time on every hand raise, the battery has gone down to 63% in 14 days, so better performance now.

It's a great tool, I had the 1 then 1s before, the are great and durable for the price, but each band is to ones taste and requirements from it.

TylerDurdenUK

Does this automatically track your sleep or does it need switching to … Does this automatically track your sleep or does it need switching to sleep track mode manually ?


Automatically tracks it.
These are very good but only problem is the heart rate monitor is not very accurate, reading constantly jumps about, but for sleep , steps, alarm and phone notifications it works really well

is this good for hiking (does it record elevation?)

S c 0 TT y

is this good for hiking (does it record elevation?)


No. But u will know if u spend 5 seconds to open description and read it.

RJL

It auto tracks.The display has four options (datetime/steps/heart … It auto tracks.The display has four options (datetime/steps/heart rate/battery percentage)My battery lasts around 23/25 days, but since turning off the 'raise' options which shows the time on every hand raise, the battery has gone down to 63% in 14 days, so better performance now.It's a great tool, I had the 1 then 1s before, the are great and durable for the price, but each band is to ones taste and requirements from it.



download mi band app cost 1.81£ and get notification icons for facebook and others, and more settings

cant wait to charge this every other day!

whelan189

download mi band app cost 1.81£ and get notification icons for facebook … download mi band app cost 1.81£ and get notification icons for facebook and others, and more settings




The free stock app does the notifications now. Works well I've got mine set up for SMS, Freedompop, Hangouts, etc
play.google.com/sto…_GB

djames108

good price, still waiting though for it to drop some more before I can … good price, still waiting though for it to drop some more before I can justify upgrading from my 1s



​go for it. I did and it was worth it. i paid £40 as well

every 3-4 weeks

knowitall5

cant wait to charge this every other day!


???

There is also an "official global" version soon to be released which is about £1 more from Geekbuying. Major difference is English instructions (!) and a non-Chinese server which makes for better usage (suppose that it depends on whether or not you allow it to contact the server).

Anyway, nice kit but it looks like my daughter has lost this one as well (1 x original, 1 x "S" and now this.......).

knowitall5

cant wait to charge this every other day!



​try a week or more, the old band lasts a month

Any integration with Sony Lifelog?
How come this lasts weeks without needing to charge, yet the Sony bands don't last 3 days? Same with their ps4 controllers.

balsingh458

Still dont get how they can make them so cheap and include p&p at that … Still dont get how they can make them so cheap and include p&p at that price too! Wow!!



​because the 'branded' ones are vastly overpriced, it's only a little battery and a bit of circuitry when it comes down to it.

Look at a new iPhone, £600-700 and probably costs £30 to actually make. There not the richest company for anything

This is a great piece of kit. It even tracks mileage at a fairly accurate rate.
One major drawback I found: mine lost bluetooth pairing with the phone and I have not been able to get it to re-pair.
Apparently it is a well known issue (having to do with the proprietry pairing xiaomi use) affecting all xiaomi bands.
If anyone has figured a way around this please post!

I got one of these a few weeks ago at a similar price and it is good for the cash. It is definitely a good way to keep the pressure on for hitting steps, I also love the notification buzz for alarms, messages and calls.

The heart rate monitor however is nigh on useless. The app nor the device itself offer continuous monitoring for the likes of sports. Worse still it struggles to get a reading if you try to use when moving. I am yet to get anything other than a failed reading pop up when I try to use during exercise. Some people who have managed to get a reading say that it is also limited to a max of 110BPM.

When wearing during sleep I seemed to wake up far more than usual. Not sure if that is because I don't normally wear anything on my wrists at night, or the light of the optical HR scanner kicking in, but I have given up on that function for the moment. When I did use it the app didn't really give you any indication whether you were doing OK or not so only good for tracking comparatively IMHO.

The battery life is excellent, the app is decent and the build quality is really good for the price. Just don't expect to have a Fitbit HR for 1/4 the cost and you will be pleased with the purchase.

broke within 3 months and no reply from seller... personaly I'd avoid it...

knowitall5

cant wait to charge this every other day!


Fully charged mine on the 30th August and not charged since and it's still on 42 but I don't use mine for alarms, it's just used as a watch for the time and for the tracking of both sleep and activity.

Some will use it for activity and alarm and the lack of movement alerts which will drain the battery more but in general the battery on this thing is the best by an absolute mile!

I found this replacement strap does not come undone as much as the original does and for a couple of quid well worth it.

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Edited by: "bum-trumpet" 4th Oct 2016

Bought this a week ago, arrived 3 days later (even though I opted for chinese shipping, it seemed to be sent from the UK) and i honestly cannot fault it. The default app is excellent and the customisation options are brill.
- auto on when you lift your wrist to see the time
- vibrate alert for alarms, calls, notifications etc
- accurate tracking of steps/cals etc
- heart rate monitor is a little iffy, but good enough for a general idea
- sleep tracking (or lack thereof with an 18 month old) works a treat
for a little over £20 I really can't complain and it saves forking out £80-100 for an overpriced "branded" option

For me works well. Test have shown most of these bands are innacurrate on steps, but its good for keeping you motivated. The algorithm means for example that if you are cutting the lawn it wont record the steps because your arms aren't moving back and forth. The sleep tracking, even with the auto 15 minute heart rate tracker, for me overestimates how long I have been asleep, sometime by more than an hour. Until something much better comes along in the market, this will do me fine. I also like the bluetooth unlock feature which is a lot easier than the finger print option on my Note. Great value at this price.

Does anyone have a link to the instruction manual in English please?

hey guys I know some say it is waterproof some say it is not but can this be used to upload swimming stats with strava app?? I tried to check online but no info so pls help

markselwyn

Does anyone have a link to the instruction manual in English please?



files.xiaomi-mi.com/fil…pdf

frownbreaker

The free stock app does the notifications now. Works well I've got mine … The free stock app does the notifications now. Works well I've got mine set up for SMS, Freedompop, Hangouts, etchttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.xiaomi.hm.health&hl=en_GB



no I tlaking about when you look at watch by defualt it just says app, pretty pointless in having screen and to look at it for that, god knows they probs own the 1.81 app

Shaker

http://files.xiaomi-mi.com/files/Mi_Band_2/Mi_Band_2_EN.pdf


Thanks, I had found that, its protected in some way so you cant print it. Will have to cut and paste to something else.

bum-trumpet

I found this replacement strap does not come undone as much as the … I found this replacement strap does not come undone as much as the original does and for a couple of quid well worth it.


what replacement strap, and where from. Just in case

Lost mine today! Bummer!

far as I can tell its a duplicate of the other thread. So what a couple of pence cheaper due to currency fluctuation.

I still can't see what makes this better than the 1s? From my point of view the 1s wasn't actually an upgrade on the original Mi Band as the heart rate sensor was rubbish and the LEDs on my original can show different colours depending on the app producing the notification.

toadoftoadhall

what replacement strap, and where from. Just in case



There are cheaper ones around but I liked the colour inset and quality good.
s.aliexpress.com/zQr…bm2

Quick get in, don't miss that 13p saving.

I wonder what's higher. The affiliate income hotukdeals will get from this deal or the cost to Gearbest from the 13p reduction per item.
Edited by: "sotomonkey" 4th Oct 2016
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