Mio LINK Heart Rate Monitor Wristband, Large, Slate

February 20, 2016 - Comment

Discover the freedom of running, cycling and swimming without the discomfort of a heart rate monitor chest strap. Mio LINK tracks your heart rate with precision from the wrist, so you can train with heart and train in comfort. Picture the beat of your heart on the screen of your favorite fitness app, alongside your

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Discover the freedom of running, cycling and swimming without the discomfort of a heart rate monitor chest strap. Mio LINK tracks your heart rate with precision from the wrist, so you can train with heart and train in comfort. Picture the beat of your heart on the screen of your favorite fitness app, alongside your speed and cadence sensors. With built-in Bluetooth Smart and ANT+ connectivity, Mio LINK frees you to connect and share your fitness data in real-time with dozens of popular iPhone and Android fitness apps, GPS watches, and bike computers.

Product Features

  • Sleek, comfortable, & accurate alternative to heart rate monitor chest straps
  • 5 heart rate zones with easy-to-read colored LED light
  • Transmits heart rate to smartphone fitness apps, GPS watches & bike computers via Bluetooth Smart & ANT+
  • Water resistant up to 30m (3 ATM / 100 ft.)
  • For Mio product support, please contact 1-877-770-1116 (Mon-Fri: 9am to 5pm PST). Please review the User Manual for more information

Comments

Joel Avrunin says:

Good-bye forever chest strap – this wrist band saw me through my first marathon and was near flawless You’re probably wondering what could make me outright say I am ditching my heart-rate strap, and also why I am giving this 4 instead of 5 stars with such a statement. To give some background, I started running in April 2013, so it’s been just over a year (this review is written in April of 2014). I have used my Garmin Forerunner 410 for every run, uploading training plans to get me ready for my first 5k last May, 10k in July, Half Marathon in October, and ultimately leading up to my first…

S. Colley says:

Mio Link: First Impressions Second Update July 18, 2014- after a few more months running with the Mio, there are a few more details that I can report with absolute certainty.First – Moving the band up my arm (say 2″ closer to my elbow than where I wear my watch) makes a big difference in accuracy. However, drop-outs still do occur with some regularity. There’s no other way to explain consistent heart beat rates suddenly dropping by 20 BPM for a minute or two, and then jumping back up to where they are…

Tim N says:

Great concept, accuracy issues I pre-ordered the device with very high hopes I could ditch my old heart rate strap(s). Over the years I’ve been through various big name soft strap models — each seems to die with erratic static induced spikes eventually! I think I tried 4 different manufacturers straps until I went back to the older rubber / plastic style chest strap!After receiving the LINK I paired it to my phone through BT and also to several of my ANT+ devices — FR 610, Edge 800, vivofit, for example…

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