Original Xiaomi Miband 2 OLED Display Heart Rate Monitor Bluetooth Smart Wristband Bracelet £14.87 - Banggood
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Original Xiaomi Miband 2 OLED Display Heart Rate Monitor Bluetooth Smart Wristband Bracelet £14.87 - Banggood

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Found 31st Aug 2017
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Nice! I've been waiting for the prices to drop again. Hot!
Wasnt this around £10 yesterday?
arczi195 m ago

Wasnt this around £10 yesterday?


I think the cheapest I've seen MiBand 2 has been around £12 some months ago, not really below £10. Some old deals claim to have been under £10 from a couple years ago, but they ended up being MiBand 1/1S
arczi199 m ago

Wasnt this around £10 yesterday?

For few hours and then it was expired. This one seems to work so far and its still very decent price
Would this take being submerged for short periods of time
Looks great for under £15, good reviews too! Ordered thanks
Been waiting for this to price drop again, thanks OP!
Im still waiting for mine from the deal a month or so ago
If its not here today ill message them about it only had 1 thing from them not turn up before and they sorted it out quickly for me so not too bothered
sunsetman1 h, 21 m ago

Would this take being submerged for short periods of time


It's IP67 so in theory you can submerge it in 1 metre of water for 30 minutes and it should be ok.

In reality I wouldn't risk it
Thanks for the heads up. Ordered...Thanks

First time ordering anything from BangGood. Fingers crossed it makes it here
I got one the last time it was posted, took the full four weeks to arrive. First one I have had, and boy is it inaccurate. Heart rate monitor is way out, or if it is correct I should be on medication to increase it! Also the step counter thinks I am walking when driving the car. Makes a good watch, and call text notifier, also the battery lasts for weeks. So as these were all I wanted it for I am not bothered.
Still waiting for mine. Ordered on 2nd August and shipped on 3rd.
Last time I ordered this from banggood it took the full 20 working days to arrive too. Don't expect quick delivery
been looking at something like this for some time, so just ordered it. Looking forward to its arrival!
£19 twenty minutes ago?
Leeeroy46 m ago

It's IP67 so in theory you can submerge it in 1 metre of water for 30 …It's IP67 so in theory you can submerge it in 1 metre of water for 30 minutes and it should be ok.In reality I wouldn't risk it

Used mine swimming and worn in the shower many times with no issues
jpxdude2 h, 30 m ago

I think the cheapest I've seen MiBand 2 has been around £12 some months …I think the cheapest I've seen MiBand 2 has been around £12 some months ago, not really below £10. Some old deals claim to have been under £10 from a couple years ago, but they ended up being MiBand 1/1S


I got mine about 3 weeks ago at £14.67 including delivery.
bargains49633 m ago

I got mine about 3 weeks ago at £14.67 including delivery.


Good deal! I've been keeping my eye out but missed that one. I don't mind forking over the extra 20 pence premium this time
jpxdude56 m ago

Good deal! I've been keeping my eye out but missed that one. I don't …Good deal! I've been keeping my eye out but missed that one. I don't mind forking over the extra 20 pence premium this time


It depends on the exchange rate of the day.
Can you set step goals on this and alert you once you have reached your goal?
TomLC6 m ago

Can you set step goals on this and alert you once you have reached your …Can you set step goals on this and alert you once you have reached your goal?


yes, you can various things via the app
ramtheconqueror3 h, 1 m ago

Still waiting for mine. Ordered on 2nd August and shipped on 3rd.

I have the same issue. It's a good product, but very slow delivery.
Those that expect decent accuracy from a device that's £15 need to lower their expectations. Even fitbits are 5-10 maybe more bpms out at they can be up to £150. With regards to fitness trackers, think of them like your mpg and miles remaining counter on your car. They are an indication thereabouts of what you are doing. For £15 this is an excellent device which has several excellent third party apps for a more detailed fitness tracking experience. And you can buy 8 of these to one Fitbit. And banggood is very slow generally so if buying for a present but well in advance!
christopherturner106905 m ago

Those that expect decent accuracy from a device that's £15 need to lower …Those that expect decent accuracy from a device that's £15 need to lower their expectations. Even fitbits are 5-10 maybe more bpms out at they can be up to £150. With regards to fitness trackers, think of them like your mpg and miles remaining counter on your car. They are an indication thereabouts of what you are doing. For £15 this is an excellent device which has several excellent third party apps for a more detailed fitness tracking experience. And you can buy 8 of these to one Fitbit. And banggood is very slow generally so if buying for a present but well in advance!



What are the best third party apps to use?
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ramtheconqueror3 h, 19 m ago

Still waiting for mine. Ordered on 2nd August and shipped on 3rd.



From the same date order, mine arrived Friday 18th August.
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After a couple of weeks with mine, I can only downscore it on the display outdoors in sunlight. I don't really like the look of if but that's a subjective thing.

The heart rate monitor is reasonably good if you turn the watch round and wear it on the inside of your wrist. The step counters on all these pedometers is really an indication of your level of activity rather than a precise count of paces. I love all the functionality in the app, more than I've been able to explore so far but I'm enjoying the sleep analysis.

There's no way I would shell out £95 for a Fitbit Alta over one of these. These are a miracle of modern Sino-Bargains.
I got mine when the last deal was from gear best for £12. I can't fault it. The app apparently maps my sleeping patterns, heart rate, steps, don't know how accurate it is but I'm happy. Tells time, shows text and call notifications. I have it a week and haven't needed to charge it. It hasn't died when washing the dishes or if I'm in the shower.
TomLC3 h, 21 m ago

Can you set step goals on this and alert you once you have reached your …Can you set step goals on this and alert you once you have reached your goal?


Probably. The previous model you can and this uses the same app.
Recorded the slightest of movement..done a 2 hour train ride and it counted 4000+ steps ...in the car it records steps...the accuracy is extremely poor ....
tintowellfan8 h, 8 m ago

I got one the last time it was posted, took the full four weeks to arrive. …I got one the last time it was posted, took the full four weeks to arrive. First one I have had, and boy is it inaccurate. Heart rate monitor is way out, or if it is correct I should be on medication to increase it! Also the step counter thinks I am walking when driving the car. Makes a good watch, and call text notifier, also the battery lasts for weeks. So as these were all I wanted it for I am not bothered.


Did the heart rate on both my Huawei Watch & the Mii Band 2 at the same time and they have exactly the same result.
Stealth_Fox12 m ago

Did the heart rate on both my Huawei Watch & the Mii Band 2 at the same …Did the heart rate on both my Huawei Watch & the Mii Band 2 at the same time and they have exactly the same result.



So are they both inaccurate? Or do I have a dodgy heart? Today, I have had it on all day, apparently have walked 2.3km and walked 3429 steps. I have been sat on my arse most of the day, either in the house or the car. Is this item anything other than a watch with Bluetooth phone text function? No big deal for me, but it certainly is not a fitness tracker.
Keyser009875 h, 33 m ago

Recorded the slightest of movement..done a 2 hour train ride and it …Recorded the slightest of movement..done a 2 hour train ride and it counted 4000+ steps ...in the car it records steps...the accuracy is extremely poor ....


Do people not understand how these work? they record movement not steps, of course it's going to count 'steps' in a 2 hour train journey.
I feel like ive seen this posted a hundred times, but usuallu always between £12-£13, was actually £10 ish today aswell
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Some people reporting that theirs record "steps" when they are not moving. Mine has been on my wrist this morning sitting at my desk for 1.5 hours so far, and it has hardly changed the number. But if I walk down to get some tea it will start to increase. So it does seem to count activity properly in my experience.

I've just looked at the battery indicator in the app, after 2 weeks use it is down to 55%, so I should get a month per charge out of it.
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Keyser0098715 h, 37 m ago

Recorded the slightest of movement..done a 2 hour train ride and it …Recorded the slightest of movement..done a 2 hour train ride and it counted 4000+ steps ...in the car it records steps...the accuracy is extremely poor ....


Were you the conductor on the train?
The code isn't working anymore: "Coupon can only be used 1000 times". Has anyone got any other code? Thank you OP anyway
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