26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Love it once I got it working, 1 Aug 2010
I had some initial headaches setting up the product as I was told by Apple that the iPod Nano Gen 5 did not require the full sensor kit so I bought the sensor and then had to replace it with the kit. Also, when installing the sensor in my nike running shoes, it seemed logical to place it with the Nike logo facing up - however if you do that, it is completely inaccurate (around 20% off). Once I discovered this and reversed the sensor to have the logo facing down, it worked perfectly and is accurate. Since then I have had it for around 8 months and covered over 800km and it is still working without any problems.
One other point is that when flying you are supposed to turn off the sensor by pressing the on/off button for a few seconds. The best way to turn it on again is to search for it on the iPod and at the same time press the sensor on/off button a few times until the iPod detects it.