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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2018 9:50 
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Yeah, seems like they do most everything you really need except don't need charging every other day which is one of the things that put me off smartwatches.

I don’t understand this at all. When I go to bed, I take my watch off and put it on the charger on my bedside table, next to my phone. This is routine so I never forget it. If it only needed charging (say) once a week, there’s a decent chance I’m going to forget one day and it’s going to go flat.


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At no point in the day am I lazier than right before bed and there's enough techno clutter on the bedside table as it is. A watch that I can charge once a month but otherwise just wear seems like a decent idea.


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You’re too lazy to put a watch onto a magnetic charger instead of just putting it anywhere? It’s zero effort.


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No GPS though. Darn.

I was looking at one of those but decided on getting something that looked more like a watch so I could wear it Day in and out as just a watch, which will be one of the primary functions, and tge lack of god just ruled it out.

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The garmin are more robust than fitbit. A lot of my running biddies have returned a lot of the fit bits.

I’ve put two fitbits through not only a wash cycle but also a full hot dryer cycle for 3.5 hours, and they both emerged fine :D But I’m probably not going to put mine through the rigours your triathalin mates do.

My doctor has agreed I can push myself a bit more when I’m feeling up to it according to the various medications they are trying, but on strict understanding that I don’t overdo things. My problem has been that I have a ‘good’ day and end up hauling myself around carrying all sorts of things for 7 miles and then come home before heading off to the pool, then I’m really sick for three to five days later. I want to be able to accurately track how I’m doing on various meds to find my limits and also build very slowly. In January I was so ill I couldn’t move out of bed for days at a time in pain, so it’s part of just trying to claim some life back, gently, so not through the same kind of rigours as your super fit friends x

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No GPS though. Darn.


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You’re too lazy to put a watch onto a magnetic charger instead of just putting it anywhere? It’s zero effort.

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The garmin are more robust than fitbit. A lot of my running biddies have returned a lot of the fit bits.

I’ve put two fitbits through not only a wash cycle but also a full hot dryer cycle for 3.5 hours, and they both emerged fine :D But I’m probably not going to put mine through the rigours your triathalin mates do.

My doctor has agreed I can push myself a bit more when I’m feeling up to it according to the various medications they are trying, but on strict understanding that I don’t overdo things. My problem has been that I have a ‘good’ day and end up hauling myself around carrying all sorts of things for 7 miles and then come home before heading off to the pool, then I’m really sick for three to five days later. I want to be able to accurately track how I’m doing on various meds to find my limits and also build very slowly. In January I was so ill I couldn’t move out of bed for days at a time in pain, so it’s part of just trying to claim some life back, gently, so not through the same kind of rigours as your super fit friends x



I was not counting the triathlon watches, they are a mental price.

They wee looking at the fitbit equivalents, a lot user the Garmin FR35, a great piece of kit and quite small.

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You’re too lazy to put a watch onto a magnetic charger instead of just putting it anywhere? It’s zero effort.

Extra expense!

They all come with magnetic chargers.

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The garmin are more robust than fitbit. A lot of my running biddies have returned a lot of the fit bits.

I’ve put two fitbits through not only a wash cycle but also a full hot dryer cycle for 3.5 hours, and they both emerged fine :D But I’m probably not going to put mine through the rigours your triathalin mates do.

My doctor has agreed I can push myself a bit more when I’m feeling up to it according to the various medications they are trying, but on strict understanding that I don’t overdo things. My problem has been that I have a ‘good’ day and end up hauling myself around carrying all sorts of things for 7 miles and then come home before heading off to the pool, then I’m really sick for three to five days later. I want to be able to accurately track how I’m doing on various meds to find my limits and also build very slowly. In January I was so ill I couldn’t move out of bed for days at a time in pain, so it’s part of just trying to claim some life back, gently, so not through the same kind of rigours as your super fit friends x

What on earth were you drying on hot for 3.5 hours?!

No help with the watch though - sorry. :P

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The garmin are more robust than fitbit. A lot of my running biddies have returned a lot of the fit bits.

I’ve put two fitbits through not only a wash cycle but also a full hot dryer cycle for 3.5 hours, and they both emerged fine :D But I’m probably not going to put mine through the rigours your triathalin mates do.

My doctor has agreed I can push myself a bit more when I’m feeling up to it according to the various medications they are trying, but on strict understanding that I don’t overdo things. My problem has been that I have a ‘good’ day and end up hauling myself around carrying all sorts of things for 7 miles and then come home before heading off to the pool, then I’m really sick for three to five days later. I want to be able to accurately track how I’m doing on various meds to find my limits and also build very slowly. In January I was so ill I couldn’t move out of bed for days at a time in pain, so it’s part of just trying to claim some life back, gently, so not through the same kind of rigours as your super fit friends x

What on earth were you drying on hot for 3.5 hours?!

No help with the watch though - sorry. :P

Just the washing. Actually, it sets itself at 3hrs 50mins, dries a bit and then weighs the washing and judges the remaining water and then recalculates, so I’m not sure of the actual drying time, but when I set it it says 3hrs 50 as a standard starting point no matter the load.

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Grump Face has a Special Amusement for putting whatever the fuck is in the washing machine on boil wash followed by massive heat. If I didn't admire her dedication to the cause, Sanctions Would Occour.

As it is, I get to say "this jumper is tight, I need to do running" and fuck off for an hour.

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Just the washing. Actually, it sets itself at 3hrs 50mins, dries a bit and then weighs the washing and judges the remaining water and then recalculates, so I’m not sure of the actual drying time, but when I set it it says 3hrs 50 as a standard starting point no matter the load.

Is it a condenser dryer, Mimi?

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Yes, it’s a condenser. The actual drying times can be anything from 20 minutes to nearly four hours depending on the load, but it’s an extra large drum so will take a huge dry load.

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Mimi wrote:
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Mimi wrote:
KovacsC wrote:
The garmin are more robust than fitbit. A lot of my running biddies have returned a lot of the fit bits.

I’ve put two fitbits through not only a wash cycle but also a full hot dryer cycle for 3.5 hours, and they both emerged fine :D But I’m probably not going to put mine through the rigours your triathalin mates do.

My doctor has agreed I can push myself a bit more when I’m feeling up to it according to the various medications they are trying, but on strict understanding that I don’t overdo things. My problem has been that I have a ‘good’ day and end up hauling myself around carrying all sorts of things for 7 miles and then come home before heading off to the pool, then I’m really sick for three to five days later. I want to be able to accurately track how I’m doing on various meds to find my limits and also build very slowly. In January I was so ill I couldn’t move out of bed for days at a time in pain, so it’s part of just trying to claim some life back, gently, so not through the same kind of rigours as your super fit friends x

What on earth were you drying on hot for 3.5 hours?!

No help with the watch though - sorry. :P

Just the washing. Actually, it sets itself at 3hrs 50mins, dries a bit and then weighs the washing and judges the remaining water and then recalculates, so I’m not sure of the actual drying time, but when I set it it says 3hrs 50 as a standard starting point no matter the load.

Ah! That makes more sense (and is less likely to burn your flat down). Mine is rarely on for an hour though, so maybe it's less than you realize. :)

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Amazfit Bip turned up today. Love it! Feels really nice to wear and just seems to do everything I would want it to. Off out for a run at lunchtime so I'll see how the data compares to that from the strava app on my phone. Although I'll probably still be using the phone when I'm running anyway since I'm normally listening to a book or some music while I'm at it.


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I got a watch. True to forum form everyone posted what they had and I bought the one I first saw anyway (actually, different watch, but same company). But honestly, this thread WAS helpful as it helps me consider more scenarios and use cases, and I decided in the end that the onboard GPS was more important than pretty pretty watch. I’ve had it since Thursday and love it. Taking it swimming on Thursday too. Good to leave phone at home yesterday too as I don’t like taking it with me if I don’t have to.

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It’s a Fitbit Ionic. I love the newer one, it’s so pretty and they have it in pink, but I thought this was more practical and it fit all the criteria and works with the Fitbit app I’ve always used so I feel comfortable using it.

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Having done a run with my Bip the GPS tracking worked faultlessly however compared to the garmin chest strap the heart rate data seemed consistently low, by about 20bpm. Perhaps it needs to be on a little tighter for running because the rest of the time it's showing the 50-55bpm that I would expect. But not really a big deal since most of the time I'll just be using my old setup anyway. It is really nice to be able to glance at my wrist to see my pace, though. The display on this little watch deserves a special mention, the reflective panel which gives it the huge battery life also means that it's actually easier to see the more light there is but even indoors you don't need to activate the backlight to read it. Definitely seems like a sensible way to go for these things.


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I decided to join in the fitbit fun, and my Versa arrived today! here's hoping it motivates me to lose some of this timbre I've built up over the last 10 or so years...

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I've given thought to getting a new tracky fitness watch this year so this thread has been useful Mimi, thanks :D

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I decided to join in the fitbit fun, and my Versa arrived today! here's hoping it motivates me to lose some of this timbre I've built up over the last 10 or so years...

Ah, was that you that friended me? That’s actually come through on s really old account so I’ll wirk out how to link you to my actual current one x

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Yeah, that was me, went down my FB friends list and added people it said had Fitbit

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Well I learned something from my watch already, whilst I might not be the fastest runner out there I sleep better than 99% of other users. When it comes to doing literally nothing at all I'm an absolute ruler. 98 points, get in!


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Well I learned something from my watch already, whilst I might not be the fastest runner out there I sleep better than 99% of other users. When it comes to doing literally nothing at all I'm an absolute ruler. 98 points, get in!

Is the data set just people with that watch or from a central data aggregation point like Fitbit?

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Mi Fit users I think, so like the Chinese FitBit. Although I don't know if the stats are filtered by region, otherwise it'll be probably 90% people in China.


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Mi Fit users I think, so like the Chinese FitBit. Although I don't know if the stats are filtered by region, otherwise it'll be probably 90% people in China.

Hopefully enough to compare to though.

You just need to work on though extra two points... get sleeping!

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My cheapo fitness tracker that I'm currently using syncs to Mi Fit also. Apparently I get less sleep than most, but more deep sleep than 99% of tracked users.


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I can't sleep with a watch on.

I currently have a Mi Fit 2. I barely even notice it any more. It only comes off when it needs charging. Doesn't get funky like a normal watch strap.


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That's odd, considering you can sleep with a number of beer cans balanced on your head ;)

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Yeah, he woke up at 9:30 one day last week, but generally between 8-8:30.

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