Wireless Activity Tracker £39.99 Aldi Thursday 16th April
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Wireless Activity Tracker £39.99 Aldi Thursday 16th April

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Found 13th Apr 2015
Thought this was very reasonable considering the price they usually are. Yes, I know it Aldi, but you really can't argue with some of their special deals and that they come with a 3 year guarantee as well.




Activity Tracker – your 24/7 companion

This modern lifestyle product with OLED display will make your friends envious and will join you during day and night, supplying you the following data:
- Daily steps
- Daily distance
- Daily calorie consumption
- Sleep tracking (deep and light sleep, awake phase)


You are able to set your own goals for steps, distance and calories and see your status on the progress bar. You can also set 3 daily alarms. The charging of the main unit is easily done by using the USB charger, the battery lasts for minimum 7 days. Your data is saved also for seven days on the device.
For your convenience, you can choose whether you want to wear the device on your right or on your left hand or whether you prefer using the clip to wear it on clothes or belt. The sales set contains even a second wristband.

Automatic pairing with smartphone with Bluetooth Smart 4.0 is offering you maximum comfort. Detailed reports are displayed on your smartphone and on these webpages. Your data is saved in the cloud,so you will not lose it even you change or lose your device!

Important: The activity tracker app is working with iPhone 4s upwards and Android phones version 4.3 upwards. A detailed list with compatible smartphones you can find on this website in the section Compatibility.


Activity Tracker – your 24/7 companion

This modern lifestyle product with OLED display will make your friends envious and will join you during day and night, supplying you the following data:
- Daily steps
- Daily distance
- Daily calorie consumption
- Sleep tracking (deep and light sleep, awake phase)


You are able to set your own goals for steps, distance and calories and see your status on the progress bar. You can also set 3 daily alarms. The charging of the main unit is easily done by using the USB charger, the battery lasts for minimum 7 days. Your data is saved also for seven days on the device.
For your convenience, you can choose whether you want to wear the device on your right or on your left hand or whether you prefer using the clip to wear it on clothes or belt. The sales set contains even a second wristband.

Automatic pairing with smartphone with Bluetooth Smart 4.0 is offering you maximum comfort. Detailed reports are displayed on your smartphone and on these webpages. Your data is saved in the cloud,so you will not lose it even you change or lose your device!

Important: The activity tracker app is working with iPhone 4s upwards and Android phones version 4.3 upwards. A detailed list with compatible smartphones you can find on this website in the section Compatibility.

51 Comments

I was tempted, just not sure what I really need it for.

Nice find op, heat added

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sradmad

Nice find op, heat added


Thank you, sradmad - Spring has sprung and I need to get fit;D

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Description from Aldi website, which should (hopefully) include compatibility link.
Keep track of your fitness efforts with this multi-functional wristband.
Measures daily activity, time, steps and more.

• Set daily goals
• 7-day data storage
• USB battery charging
• Interchangeable straps
• Water-resistant up to 3 bar
• Detailed reports available via Smartphone, Tablet and on cranesportsconnect.com
• Automatic synchronisation
• Available in 4 colours

^Smartphone not included

For more product information, click here.

Product reference: 92072
Compatibility link:
cranesportsconnect.com/ind…php
Edited by: "twitwoo" 13th Apr 2015

Would rather pay a little extra for a Fitbit or something better known.

Allosunshine

Would rather pay a little extra for a Fitbit or something better known.


I paid £16 for my fitness band does exactly the same as a fitbit no point in wasting money

From everyone I know who use fitness trackers a major part of the attraction with fitbit is the social interaction you get via the fitbit apps.

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bettz1

I paid £16 for my fitness band does exactly the same as a fitbit no point … I paid £16 for my fitness band does exactly the same as a fitbit no point in wasting money



I'm the same though - have paid extra for a well- known brand, only for it to go haywire just outside the 12 month guarantee period;/ Have tested Aldi's 3 year guarantee once for a DVD recorder I'd had for 2 and half years - stopped working properly, they sent me a new model. Made me have confidence in their promise of a 3 year warranty;)

Great find twitwoo!

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NinurtaEnki

Great find twitwoo!


Thanks Ninu:D

Deffo worth a try with the fantastically reassuring Aldi 3yr guarantee.. They never quibble and always look after their customers! I'm gonna give this band a go

I use the fitband of my trousers... If I look down and I've got a muffin top, then I know I'm eating too much and not exercising enough.

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robertoegg

I use the fitband of my trousers... If I look down and I've got a muffin … I use the fitband of my trousers... If I look down and I've got a muffin top, then I know I'm eating too much and not exercising enough.


Probably a more scientific way of doing things, but definitely understand your point, robertoegg;D

I just look at my fatbits to determine how unsuccessful my training regime is going

twitwoo

Probably a more scientific way of doing things, but definitely understand … Probably a more scientific way of doing things, but definitely understand your point, robertoegg;D



And....you can spend the £40 on McCoys!

Fine if your so OCD nothing else matters in life but your next run

Mi band are about £13

csi_guy

Mi band are about £13


Thats the band ive got no complaints

heat added (_;)

£13? wow where do i get one? i only see them on DX.com, is that a trusted website?

csi_guy

Mi band are about £13


£13? wow where do i get one? i only see them on DX.com, is that a trusted website?
im guessing thats where i buy it from.

Phone app requires you to register and agree that they can use your personal gathered data for what ever they wish.
Thumbs down from me.

I'd still get the Xiaomi Band cos it is cheaper and the battery life is amazing, only needs one charge every 1 - 2 months

Sholan

Phone app requires you to register and agree that they can use your … Phone app requires you to register and agree that they can use your personal gathered data for what ever they wish.Thumbs down from me.


Yeah I had a quick look at the app and not very impressed.
My partner got the Sony SWR10 smart band last week for £20 and she's happy with that. I already have a smartwatch myself but, doesn't track my sleep so this intrigued me but, think I'll get the SWR10.

Just another voice to chime in and say that if you really want to get good motivation from your fitness gadget, you need to buy into the right ecosystem, not just the cheapest hardware. My wife & I both love our fitbits, but it's the whole package that makes them so worthwhile. Trying to edge up your monthly average, competing against friends, colleagues and strangers, integration with loads of other fitness apps (both sporty activity monitors like Endomondo and calorie counting diet apps), and even integrated scales (Fitbit Aria in our case).

I'm sure the systems from Jawbone, Withings, and some of the other established brands are just as good. But a budget tracker like this... probably not so much. For £40 you could spend not much more to get a Fitbit Flex - pretty sure that's got a better chance of not getting forgotten about and put in a drawer after a few weeks. (The Xaomi band for less than 15 quid is something else entirely, can't really argue with it at that price).

bex85

Yeah I had a quick look at the app and not very impressed. My partner got … Yeah I had a quick look at the app and not very impressed. My partner got the Sony SWR10 smart band last week for £20 and she's happy with that. I already have a smartwatch myself but, doesn't track my sleep so this intrigued me but, think I'll get the SWR10.



Any link for the 20 quid Sony band I've seen it was 30 on Amazon the other day.

please

You can buy the garmin for £50 vivofit - app support is major with these devices, without a great app that syncs to other apps such as your strava, health app or even supported by your life insurance company the device it fairly useless. Polar Garmin Fitbit all offer linked services to life providers and by using the device you can get upto £150 per year cash back. (12,500 steps 4 times a week or 30 min exercise 4 times a week gives you max points).

with a 3 year warranty I'd say this is a good deal, heat added

crazylegs

Fine if your so OCD nothing else matters in life but your next run



I don't think it comes down to being 'OCD' I feel it comes down to people needing that boost, and something like a fitness band can put their mind towards a more healthy lifestyle. This isn't going to make you look like Adonis, but it might make you think once or twice about hitting your local McDonald's for a slice of grease. Personally I think they're a brilliant idea. I don't currently have one and train fine without one, but for people who want more motivation, and want to watch their weight and lose a few lbs... its brilliant, and at this price, you can't go wrong.

The Mi Band does all of this & more for £12 delivered.

Also vibrates when you get an incoming call, silent vibrate alarm & if on Android, the modified app allows you to set colours to flash & vibrate when you receive a text/whats app/facebook message etc.

Battery life is great at around 2 months between charges.

Ordered from TinyDeal - took about 2 weeks to arrive.
Edited by: "ChrisUK" 14th Apr 2015

twitwoo

I'm the same though - have paid extra for a well- known brand, only for … I'm the same though - have paid extra for a well- known brand, only for it to go haywire just outside the 12 month guarantee period;/ Have tested Aldi's 3 year guarantee once for a DVD recorder I'd had for 2 and half years - stopped working properly, they sent me a new model. Made me have confidence in their promise of a 3 year warranty;)



Over the years have had 2 dvd players sent to me because the 2 I had developed problems even though it was outside its 2 years warranty, I think was nearing 3 years. Didn't even need to send items back, just took picture of receipt and emailed them!

i'd be interested to see if the aldi scales allow transfer to the S Fitness app ? i just want it all in one place not in different apps. As for accuracy as long as the scales are consistent measurements and thats the only thing you go off you can see improvements or if you been bad etc surely thats what counts?

csi_guy

Mi band are about £13


another shout for the mi band which has all of these features at half this price

stovy

£13? wow where do i get one? i only see them on DX.com, is that a trusted … £13? wow where do i get one? i only see them on DX.com, is that a trusted website?£13? wow where do i get one? i only see them on DX.com, is that a trusted website?im guessing thats where i buy it from.




I got mine via ebay, but was shipped from China so took a while. For an extra couple of quid theres usually a UK seller.

The battery life on the Mi Band is ridiculous. As others have stated about 2 month battery life.

Cold not an Apple Watch Sport.
Edited by: "Cameron92" 14th Apr 2015

Your data is saved in the cloud,so you will not lose it even you change … Your data is saved in the cloud,so you will not lose it even you change or lose your device!

They say that as if it is a good thing!
Can you opt out?

just ordered the miband, £16.59, fulfilled by amazon so basically a lifetime warranty:

amazon.co.uk/dp/…me=

mocmocamoc

I was tempted, just not sure what I really need it for.



Posing?

great find twity!
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