Xiaomi Miband 2 OLED Display Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor Wristband for £13.99 with code @ Banggood
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Xiaomi Miband 2 OLED Display Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor Wristband for £13.99 with code @ Banggood

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Found 24th Oct
Great price for a heart rate monitor, I think.

Requires Android 4.4 and above, or iPhone 4s and above.
IP67 water resistant
20-day standby power
Pedometer,Fitness Tracker,Sleep Tracker,Message Reminder,Call Reminder

You need to use the coupon 40m2bd to get the price.

Top comments

prynolfc26 m ago

How accurate are the heartrate sensors on cheapish devices like this …How accurate are the heartrate sensors on cheapish devices like this compared to really expensive ones? Is there even a difference or are the cheap ones just as good? I've never owned one but the fitbit seems similar and is far more expensive.


Friend just paid over £100 for a fitbit. We did a comparison over last weekend with three Mibands in our family and the Mibands are better in many ways, not least the one month charge life vs one week for the fitbit.

Unless you're a brand mug with money to burn (eg have to have an iPhone, Dyson, Audi, shop at Waitrose, etc.) you'd be crazy to go for the much more expensive branded ones over this great little device.
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Great device, recent update increases the number of apps that can show notifications on the band

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swooper73 m ago

Great device, recent update increases the number of apps that can show …Great device, recent update increases the number of apps that can show notifications on the band


Should I buy it then? I always post on HUKD before deciding on whether to buy it! :P

fangfufu9 m ago

Should I buy it then? I always post on HUKD before deciding on whether to …Should I buy it then? I always post on HUKD before deciding on whether to buy it! :P


I bought it for £10 From gearbest a month back. So it's worth missing this deal

buy one they are amazing value at £13

I agree with Vassy it's normally available for around £10/12, I've got one it's good for the price.

Link is £23.32?

GrantDecker13 m ago

Link is £23.32?


You'll need to be logged in and use the coupon code.

This as been as low as £10 recently

Anything below £15 is a fair price for this device. You can always wait to jump on £10+ but that involves constant checking on HUKD etc
Edited by: "tleecher06" 24th Oct

Was £10 and change yesterday, code might still be active.

How accurate are the heartrate sensors on cheapish devices like this compared to really expensive ones? Is there even a difference or are the cheap ones just as good? I've never owned one but the fitbit seems similar and is far more expensive.

I've bought my second one from Banggood, having lost my first one. I've ordered a lot from Banggood and they have delivered from China 100%, no losses. I'm very tempted to order another one of these as a spare.

I cannot believe how good this thing is for the money. The step counting becomes accurate after a period of use, I think the device has to "learn" what your walking is like. The heart rate monitor is reasonably accurate if you turn the watch round so it is on the underside of your wrist and put the strap on tight. Otherwise it tends to under-read.

Not to mention the battery life, I started on 92%, and I've got a 23 day walking streak and down to 20% - I still haven't needed to charge it yet!
Edited by: "androoski" 24th Oct

prynolfc26 m ago

How accurate are the heartrate sensors on cheapish devices like this …How accurate are the heartrate sensors on cheapish devices like this compared to really expensive ones? Is there even a difference or are the cheap ones just as good? I've never owned one but the fitbit seems similar and is far more expensive.


Friend just paid over £100 for a fitbit. We did a comparison over last weekend with three Mibands in our family and the Mibands are better in many ways, not least the one month charge life vs one week for the fitbit.

Unless you're a brand mug with money to burn (eg have to have an iPhone, Dyson, Audi, shop at Waitrose, etc.) you'd be crazy to go for the much more expensive branded ones over this great little device.

What’s the code

Besford41 m ago

Friend just paid over £100 for a fitbit. We did a comparison over last …Friend just paid over £100 for a fitbit. We did a comparison over last weekend with three Mibands in our family and the Mibands are better in many ways, not least the one month charge life vs one week for the fitbit.Unless you're a brand mug with money to burn (eg have to have an iPhone, Dyson, Audi, shop at Waitrose, etc.) you'd be crazy to go for the much more expensive branded ones over this great little device.


I find the waitrose remark offensive

joeymcjoe1 h, 45 m ago

I find the waitrose remark offensive


Thanks for letting me know! PS you do realise this is HUKD don't you?
Edited by: "Besford" 24th Oct

Besford1 m ago

Thanks for letting me know! PS you do realise this is HUKD don't you?


There's a deal at the moment which is hot for crushed almonds at Waitrose. I can't believe it.

joeymcjoe1 h, 58 m ago

I find the waitrose remark offensive


I find Dyson remark offensive

40m2bd code has ended

androoski3 h, 52 m ago

I've bought my second one from Banggood, having lost my first one. I've …I've bought my second one from Banggood, having lost my first one. I've ordered a lot from Banggood and they have delivered from China 100%, no losses. I'm very tempted to order another one of these as a spare. I cannot believe how good this thing is for the money. The step counting becomes accurate after a period of use, I think the device has to "learn" what your walking is like. The heart rate monitor is reasonably accurate if you turn the watch round so it is on the underside of your wrist and put the strap on tight. Otherwise it tends to under-read.Not to mention the battery life, I started on 92%, and I've got a 23 day walking streak and down to 20% - I still haven't needed to charge it yet!


Can you let me know how long did it take to arrive? I need it before 15th of Nov. Thanks

Baz41721 m ago

Can you let me know how long did it take to arrive? I need it before 15th …Can you let me know how long did it take to arrive? I need it before 15th of Nov. Thanks



Yes, the second one ordered on Sept 6th arrived on Sept 24th

androoski7 m ago

Yes, the second one ordered on Sept 6th arrived on Sept 24th


Thanks i will order one then.

The code has expired now. Too late to order.

Baz41716 m ago

The code has expired now. Too late to order.


I said that two hours ago

even at the £20 mark there still worth it, plenty of places selling around that mark

Brilliant device...rubbish strap...easy upgrade

Fancy getting one of these, were else can i get it sub £15 if this has expired?

also on my sony phone i use there tracking app called lifelog, which tracks all things. Will this be alot more accurate as that is just a standalone

They come up regularly about this price. But I keep missing it

patg200543 m ago

Brilliant device...rubbish strap...easy upgrade


Which straps are a good upgrade?

Enjoy your wait for postage!!Been waiting for aWifi door bell since Sept!!! Customer care shocking!!

hotukdeals.com/dea…733


This deal's code worked for me yesterday eve. £10.69

Plus further discount of £0.92 + £0.10 topcashback.

Sorry i am being too greedy
Edited by: "Rkp" 24th Oct

superdon7 h, 31 m ago

Which straps are a good upgrade?

Yes, what strap

Rkp13 h, 54 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/original-xiaomi-mi-band-2-smart-watch-for-1069-delivered-by-using-code-gearbestcom-2813733This deal's code worked for me yesterday eve. £10.69Plus further discount of £0.92 + £0.10 topcashback. Sorry i am being too greedy


Managed to use GBFORUK701 just now and it was £11. Thanks

Is the banggood site down for anyone?

Mitch_s_s33 m ago

Is the banggood site down for anyone?


I'm guessing for you?

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