Xiaomi Mi band 2 £17.17 @ Bangood
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Xiaomi Mi band 2 £17.17 @ Bangood

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Found 30th Mar 2017
Currently £17.17 Delivered as part of the Xiaomi event.

Features:
0.42inch OLED display screen with touchpad 
Support Heart rate monitor 
Passometer,Fitness Tracker,Sleep Tracker,Message Reminder,Call Reminder 
Water resistant (IP67) 
20-day standby power 
Sleep-cycle smart alarm 
With a Dialog II 4.0 bluetooth chip, ADI sensor 
Running MIUI Android 4.4 and above versions; For iphone 4s/5/5s/6/plus ios 7.0 and above 
Unlock your Mi phone without a password 
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good price. for once, the battery price is actually understated - i used mine for 46 days before i had to charge it for the first time (although i don't use Bluetooth much)
will I be hit with custom charges.if I do how much?
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charlie182008

will I be hit with custom charges.if I do how much?



​No customs charges.. I ordered 2 of these also those Lenovo phones that were over £120 have arrived with no customs charges.
Dawsy

​No customs charges.. I ordered 2 of these also those Lenovo phones that w … ​No customs charges.. I ordered 2 of these also those Lenovo phones that were over £120 have arrived with no customs charges.



​did you just use the free shipping option.thanks for reply
ordered 2 of these recently and arrived yesterday.

no charges for me when standard postage used.

they are fantastic by the way
northbank1886

ordered 2 of these recently and arrived yesterday.no charges for me when … ordered 2 of these recently and arrived yesterday.no charges for me when standard postage used.they are fantastic by the way



​how long to deliver please
charlie182008

​how long to deliver please



Ordered mine on the 14th of March
Not arrived as of yet
zermattbusby

Ordered mine on the 14th of MarchNot arrived as of yet



​ok thanks
good price. i got two when they were 20 each from gearbest. my only concern is the accuracy. has me asleep despite me knowing i woke and nipped the loo!! similar with steps and heart rate. battery great.
I've had one of these for about a week now, and for the price I'm impressed. Battery life is amazing, heart rate monitor is pretty accurate. I believe there is an enhanced sleep mode option which takes more measurement more often, though the battery will run down more quickly with this enabled - would likely solve bigmick's issue though.

I haven't charged mine since the first day I used it (about 11 days ago now), and it still has 78% battery remaining.

The Android app is quite good too, also you can see on the Band who is calling or texting you, which is nice. It does show other notifications too, and vibrates when a notification comes through.
Edited by: "a_user" 30th Mar 2017
Bought one off Amazon last week. Impressed for the money. Mi Fit app is good, added Mi Heart Rate App too and paid 67p for upgrade to continuous HR monitoring. Integrated continuous heart rate monitoring nicely into my Endomondo App.
I paid just under £28 for it but feel well worth it so this deal superb if happy with delivery time.

My 1st fitness tracker, seriously considered but couldn't justify Fitbit HR+ cost at this stage but the Xiaomi will certainly do for starters, won't be too precious with it, big bonus was it is waterproof which sold it to me.
Edited by: "montecatini" 31st Mar 2017
I bought 3 of these. Posted to me and delivered within a week. Exception tech for the money and highly recommended
I don't have the pulse setting on for night sleeping which apparently improves the accuracy of the sleep monitoring. i will try it but I would expect me waking up and walking the bathroom and back to register as being awake. step count is also well below what i count.
I have the original Mi band. I do 500 steps in my bathroom brushing my teeth...

However, when tested doing 100 steps when out walking it was accurate.
zermattbusby

Ordered mine on the 14th of MarchNot arrived as of yet



I ordered on 10th March and arrived today. Very pleased with it, upgraded from 1s (also sourced from gearbest). Liking the upgrade!
anyone know why its showing as £20 in basket? i bought one two weeks ago from gearbest & love it. ordering this for girlfriend
I looked at more expensive activity trackers for over a year before buying this. I've now had mine of these since last year, it's great. Was in hospital during the week and the hospital's BP/HR monitor concurred with the HR reading of my Mii Band both times I checked. The app is good, the sleep monitor knows when you take the band off, yes it ignores 2 minute trips to the bathroom, the battery lasts for weeks (don't lose the charge lead in the interim) and it charges from a PC USB 2.0 port in an hour or two.
Can't go wrong for the money.
Edited by: "Jazzerd" 1st Apr 2017
heggiejunior

anyone know why its showing as £20 in basket? i bought one two weeks ago … anyone know why its showing as £20 in basket? i bought one two weeks ago from gearbest & love it. ordering this for girlfriend



Currently £17.85 over on Gearbest.
sabresonic

Currently £17.85 over on Gearbest.



​can trust gearbest?
mannikz

​can trust gearbest?



I've purchased maybe 12-15 various items from then over the past 2 years and (fingers crossed) I haven't had any problems other than slow delivery on a couple of occasions, once ridiculously slow but I think it was due to a pricing error on a Doogee X5 Pro android phone a year or so ago but it arrived in the end.

If buying from Gearbest (or A N Other Chinese seller) I would suggest two things, always pay via Paypal and in your Paypal account payment setting select 'Bill me in the currency listed on the seller's invoice' so you don't get stung with their currency exchanger fee.

The other benefit using Paypal is that they currently reimburse your postage if you have to return anything.

Hope that helps.
that's a well explained stuff buddy.. thanks for your help! will order one now
Bought my Mi Band recently from Gearbest, no problems, arrived quicker than I was expecting it to. Great bit of kit for the money.
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