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Silvercrest Activity Tracker instore at Lidl for £19.99
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Silvercrest Activity Tracker instore at Lidl for £19.99

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Posted 23rd Dec 2018Edited by:"Diegobound"

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This stylish Activity Tracker is the perfect piece for any exercise enthusiast. Capable of tracking your steps, the amount of kilometres you’ve covered and how many calories you’ve burned. If that’s not encouraging enough to keep you on top of your fitness goals, it also cleverly calculates the amount of minutes you’ve been active and even how many hours of sleep you’ve had. You can even receive alerts for your calls, texts and notifications so you can also stay social while staying active.

  • Tracks steps, distance covered, calories burned, active minutes, sleep and goal progress
  • Connects to the free Health For You app via Bluetooth® – allowing you to track and analyse your measurements
  • With activity reminders
  • Time and date display, alarm with vibration, plus smartphone notifications for incoming calls and texts
  • 15-day activity memory
  • Built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery for up to 15 days of running time (standby mode)
  • Protected against brief submersion (IP67)
  • 3-year warranty


This seems a good deal. Especially as it has a 3 year warranty. I'd be interested to know what you think after seeing it advertised. I've been after something like this for a while, but not interested in buying from China.

Hope it helps.

Diegobound
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Diegobound23/12/2018 22:54

Thanks for taking the time to comment. So, the up sides and down sides of …Thanks for taking the time to comment. So, the up sides and down sides of this against the products you mention? I'd be very greatful for any input.


Mi band 3 has a larger battery life, 50m water resistant (The silvercrest only has IP67, which is 1 metre for 30 minutes) and an OLED screen for example. It also has a heart rate monitor (Which the activity tracker does not have), and can do everything the silvercrest can.

The Xiaomi is objectively better, but the three year warranty is good.
Edited by: "sach7" 23rd Dec 2018
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Mi Band 2 or 3 far better, and available from Amazon if you don’t want to buy from abroad.
TheCuttersChoice23/12/2018 22:30

Mi Band 2 or 3 far better, and available from Amazon if you don’t want to b …Mi Band 2 or 3 far better, and available from Amazon if you don’t want to buy from abroad.


Thanks for taking the time to comment. So, the up sides and down sides of this against the products you mention? I'd be very greatful for any input.
BPH197723/12/2018 22:30

Mi Band 2 or 3 far better, and available from Amazon if you don’t want to b …Mi Band 2 or 3 far better, and available from Amazon if you don’t want to buy from abroad.


Any answer @BPH1977 ?
Diegobound23/12/2018 22:54

Thanks for taking the time to comment. So, the up sides and down sides of …Thanks for taking the time to comment. So, the up sides and down sides of this against the products you mention? I'd be very greatful for any input.


Mi band 3 has a larger battery life, 50m water resistant (The silvercrest only has IP67, which is 1 metre for 30 minutes) and an OLED screen for example. It also has a heart rate monitor (Which the activity tracker does not have), and can do everything the silvercrest can.

The Xiaomi is objectively better, but the three year warranty is good.
Edited by: "sach7" 23rd Dec 2018
sach71 m ago

Mi band 3 has a larger battery life, 50m water resistant and an OLED …Mi band 3 has a larger battery life, 50m water resistant and an OLED screen for example. It also has a heart rate monitor (Which the activity tracker does not have), and can do everything the silvercrest can.The Xiaomi is objectively better, but the three year warranty is good.


Many thanks for taking the time to reply.
sach723/12/2018 23:34

Mi band 3 has a larger battery life, 50m water resistant (The silvercrest …Mi band 3 has a larger battery life, 50m water resistant (The silvercrest only has IP67, which is 1 metre for 30 minutes) and an OLED screen for example. It also has a heart rate monitor (Which the activity tracker does not have), and can do everything the silvercrest can.The Xiaomi is objectively better, but the three year warranty is good.


It also has built in GPS, so you can see a map of where you’ve run, walked or cycled
leonbrookes19791 m ago

It also has built in GPS, so you can see a map of where you’ve run, walked …It also has built in GPS, so you can see a map of where you’ve run, walked or cycled


Good to know, my thanks.
leonbrookes197923/12/2018 23:45

It also has built in GPS, so you can see a map of where you’ve run, walked …It also has built in GPS, so you can see a map of where you’ve run, walked or cycled


As does this? Or am I reading this incorrectly?

  • Tracks steps, distance covered, calories burned, active minutes, sleep and goal progress
Edited by: "Diegobound" 23rd Dec 2018
Diegobound23/12/2018 22:54

Thanks for taking the time to comment. So, the up sides and down sides of …Thanks for taking the time to comment. So, the up sides and down sides of this against the products you mention? I'd be very greatful for any input.


I have a previous model Lidl smart watch. It is now unsupported as I cant link it with app because you need to verify an email address from an email they send upon registration but this does not work, probably no active server anymore and this has turned my smart watch into a piece of junk.
andyp201624/12/2018 00:03

I have a previous model Lidl smart watch. It is now unsupported as I cant …I have a previous model Lidl smart watch. It is now unsupported as I cant link it with app because you need to verify an email address from an email they send upon registration but this does not work, probably no active server anymore and this has turned my smart watch into a piece of junk.


Thanks. Not this one, though?
Edited by: "Diegobound" 24th Dec 2018
Diegobound24/12/2018 00:11

Thanks. Not this one, though?


Not this one, I just question how well supported and future proof it will be. Mine was obselete less than 2 years after I purchased it
andyp201624/12/2018 00:03

I have a previous model Lidl smart watch. It is now unsupported as I cant …I have a previous model Lidl smart watch. It is now unsupported as I cant link it with app because you need to verify an email address from an email they send upon registration but this does not work, probably no active server anymore and this has turned my smart watch into a piece of junk.


Did you try to contact them through the warranty? Apologies for the stupid question.
Diegobound24/12/2018 00:16

Did you try to contact them through the warranty? Apologies for the stupid …Did you try to contact them through the warranty? Apologies for the stupid question.



No I didn't keep the receipt and just wrote it off. Have a Xiaomi mi band 2 had for a while and happy with it
andyp20161 m ago

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Ok. You have my thanks for replying and letting me know.
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andyp20161 h, 7 m ago

I have a previous model Lidl smart watch. It is now unsupported as I cant …I have a previous model Lidl smart watch. It is now unsupported as I cant link it with app because you need to verify an email address from an email they send upon registration but this does not work, probably no active server anymore and this has turned my smart watch into a piece of junk.

Edited by: "ansonuk1" 24th Dec 2018
Diegobound23/12/2018 23:54

As does this? Or am I reading this incorrectly?Tracks steps, distance …As does this? Or am I reading this incorrectly?Tracks steps, distance covered, calories burned, active minutes, sleep and goal progress


Steps are tracked with an accelerometer and the distance covered will be an estimate based on the length of your stride. GPS tends to be a premium feature on trackers so a good rule of thumb is if it doesn't say GPS then it probably doesn't have GPS.
leonbrookes19796 h, 24 m ago

It also has built in GPS, so you can see a map of where you’ve run, walked …It also has built in GPS, so you can see a map of where you’ve run, walked or cycled


No it doesn't.
I think truth is OP that Xiaomi Mi Band is the way to go for a budget smart band. I too have the Mi Band 2 which is working alright, despite the tiny display being unreadable now in any moderate light (the display degraded after a year), I still love my Mi Band 2 and use it everyday. You can buy the new generation Mi Band 3 for about £15 from a chinese vendor. There's nothing bad\scary about buying it from a chinese seller, these gadgets come from china anyway. I've never had an issue with Gearbest for example. And have indeed dealt with their customer service and was quite happy with it.
The things I love about it are the following:
- Nice slim design - not bulky like some other bands
- Vibration alerts - whether it's an alarm, call, notification, etc.
- Mi Band Tools - now this is a paid app from the google play but it really does make a difference as it is highly customisable. Highly recommended.
- Smart lock - I can have my phone unlocked when it's near me (phone detects bluetooth connection with the band and doesn't ask me for security pattern or pin everytime I use it)
- Check the time
- Waterproof - take showers with it daily
- Customisable bands - large variety of bands available online
- Battery lasts for weeks in the beginning, now that mine is nearly 2 years old it lasts for about a week.
- Support for Sleep (as an android) app from google play, which is paired with Mi Band tools app - this helps me get decent sleep data - I can see my deep sleep stages as a percentage of overall sleep duration which helps me see how restless I am in bed.
- Xiaomi own Mi app is pretty decent and with regular updates (mind you those updates might not be necessarily made for the Mi Band 2 as there is a new gen now as said)
- I personally don't use the heart rate although it might be a feature some would find interesting (though may not be very accurate)

Hope this helps in your decision
An activity tracker without a heart rate monitor seems pretty useless to me but I suppose it's a decent price for what it is.
372221 h, 53 m ago

I think truth is OP that Xiaomi Mi Band is the way to go for a budget …I think truth is OP that Xiaomi Mi Band is the way to go for a budget smart band. I too have the Mi Band 2 which is working alright, despite the tiny display being unreadable now in any moderate light (the display degraded after a year), I still love my Mi Band 2 and use it everyday. You can buy the new generation Mi Band 3 for about £15 from a chinese vendor. There's nothing bad\scary about buying it from a chinese seller, these gadgets come from china anyway. I've never had an issue with Gearbest for example. And have indeed dealt with their customer service and was quite happy with it.The things I love about it are the following:- Nice slim design - not bulky like some other bands- Vibration alerts - whether it's an alarm, call, notification, etc.- Mi Band Tools - now this is a paid app from the google play but it really does make a difference as it is highly customisable. Highly recommended.- Smart lock - I can have my phone unlocked when it's near me (phone detects bluetooth connection with the band and doesn't ask me for security pattern or pin everytime I use it)- Check the time - Waterproof - take showers with it daily- Customisable bands - large variety of bands available online- Battery lasts for weeks in the beginning, now that mine is nearly 2 years old it lasts for about a week.- Support for Sleep (as an android) app from google play, which is paired with Mi Band tools app - this helps me get decent sleep data - I can see my deep sleep stages as a percentage of overall sleep duration which helps me see how restless I am in bed.- Xiaomi own Mi app is pretty decent and with regular updates (mind you those updates might not be necessarily made for the Mi Band 2 as there is a new gen now as said)- I personally don't use the heart rate although it might be a feature some would find interesting (though may not be very accurate)Hope this helps in your decision



372221 h, 53 m ago

I think truth is OP that Xiaomi Mi Band is the way to go for a budget …I think truth is OP that Xiaomi Mi Band is the way to go for a budget smart band. I too have the Mi Band 2 which is working alright, despite the tiny display being unreadable now in any moderate light (the display degraded after a year), I still love my Mi Band 2 and use it everyday. You can buy the new generation Mi Band 3 for about £15 from a chinese vendor. There's nothing bad\scary about buying it from a chinese seller, these gadgets come from china anyway. I've never had an issue with Gearbest for example. And have indeed dealt with their customer service and was quite happy with it.The things I love about it are the following:- Nice slim design - not bulky like some other bands- Vibration alerts - whether it's an alarm, call, notification, etc.- Mi Band Tools - now this is a paid app from the google play but it really does make a difference as it is highly customisable. Highly recommended.- Smart lock - I can have my phone unlocked when it's near me (phone detects bluetooth connection with the band and doesn't ask me for security pattern or pin everytime I use it)- Check the time - Waterproof - take showers with it daily- Customisable bands - large variety of bands available online- Battery lasts for weeks in the beginning, now that mine is nearly 2 years old it lasts for about a week.- Support for Sleep (as an android) app from google play, which is paired with Mi Band tools app - this helps me get decent sleep data - I can see my deep sleep stages as a percentage of overall sleep duration which helps me see how restless I am in bed.- Xiaomi own Mi app is pretty decent and with regular updates (mind you those updates might not be necessarily made for the Mi Band 2 as there is a new gen now as said)- I personally don't use the heart rate although it might be a feature some would find interesting (though may not be very accurate)Hope this helps in your decision


That's a terrific response. Thanks so much for taking your time. I really appreciate it.
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