Apple Nike and iPod Sensor
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- Device that helps you set your running times, playlist, goals, etc
- Fits in any Nike+ and works with iPod, touch or iPhone 3GS
- Set distances, calorie goals - all to your favourite playlists
- As you run, your iPod or iPhone 3GS tells you your time, distance, pace, and calories burned
- Keeps track of all your workouts so you can track and compare them
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Get a second sensor for your Nike + iPod Sport Kit as a replacement or to use in another pair of Nike+ shoes. Or connect it wirelessly to your iPod touch (2nd generation or later), iPhone 3GS, or iPhone 4 — no receiver required.
This wireless sensor works with your iPod nano, iPod touch (2nd generation or later), iPhone 3GS, or iPhone 4 to track your workouts. Insert it into the built-in pocket beneath the insole of your Nike+ shoe and pair it with your existing Nike + iPod receiver attached to your iPod nano.
iPod touch (2nd generation or later), iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 4 include built-in support for Nike + iPod. So you can get all the benefits of the Nike + iPod Sport Kit without the extra receiver.
This sensor is also perfect as a replacement for a sensor that has been lost or has exhausted its battery. Or it's great if you want to have a sensor for a second pair of Nike+ shoes.
Please note: This package includes only the Nike + iPod wireless sensor. If you also need the wireless receiver for iPod nano, purchase the complete Nike + iPod Sport Kit.
Colour of product: Red, White
Compatible operating systems: Mac OS X 10.3.9 \nWindows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP Home Professional (SP3)
Compatible products: iPod touch, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4
Dimensions (WxDxH): 35 x 24 x 8 mm
Weight: 6.5 g
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Hear how you run
With Nike+ running shoes and a Nike + iPod Sport Kit or Sensor, your iPod nano, iPod touch, or iPhone 3GS will motivate you mile after mile.
Grab your iPod nano, iPod touch, or iPhone 3GS, a pair of Nike+ shoes, and the Nike + iPod Sport Kit or Sensor. Put the sensor in your Nike+ shoe — there’s a built-in pocket specifically designed for it under the insole. Then connect the receiver to your iPod nano. iPod touch and iPhone 3GS include built-in support for Nike + iPod, so no receiver is necessary. The sensor tracks your run, then sends the data to your iPod.
Check out the Nike + iPod menu and choose how you want to run. You can use custom workout shortcuts to start your favorite workouts quickly. Try the open-ended workout or select one with time, distance, or calorie goals. Then pick your favorite playlist, shuffle songs, or choose Nike-created Sport Music. You can even program a Power Song to play when you need instant motivation.
As you run, your iPod or iPhone 3GS tells you your time, distance, pace, and calories burned. And it gives you feedback at the halfway point and in the final lead-up to your goal. You can also see the details of your workout on your iPod or iPhone 3GS.
When your run is finished, connect your iPod nano, iPod touch, or iPhone 3GS to your Mac or PC, and your workout data automatically syncs to nikeplus.com. Go there and see all your runs and share motivation with runners across the world.
Cool down, sync up, and see how far you’ve come. Just as seamlessly as it syncs your music, your iPod nano, iPod touch, or iPhone 3GS also syncs your runs and workouts. Just connect your iPod or iPhone 3GS to your Mac or PC, and iTunes automatically sends your workout data to nikeplus.com. There you’ll see every run and every workout you’ve completed. You can track your progress, set goals, connect with other runners, and challenge friends. Or if you're using the new built-in Pedometer on iPod nano, sync it to your computer to keep track of your daily steps and help meet your fitness goals.
Nikeplus.com keeps stats on your every step. Its intuitive interface and great graphics make it easy to see and remember each run and each workout. You can analyze your performance, break your last record, and see how much further you want to go. Check your speed, distance, and calories burned — by run, by week, or by month.
Nikeplus.com keeps you connected with runners from every corner of the web. And that’s where the real race begins. Use nikeplus.com to challenge anyone, anywhere to a virtual race. Run on your own time, on your home turf, then log on to nikeplus.com and see the results.
Get in the Zone
Browse music, playlists, workouts, and podcasts made especially for Nike + iPod on iTunes and download all the push you need.
The Nike Sport Music section features Nike-created workout mixes from top trainers and athletes. You’ll find workout routines developed for use with Nike + iPod. Whether it’s time or distance based, each routine offers coaching, motivation, and training tips over a continuous mix of music.
Sport iMixes are playlists selected by professional trainers and designed to motivate you through the most demanding workouts. You can even download playlists chosen and introduced by top athletes. If you need to visualize, watch video and audio podcasts featuring the most dynamic personalities in the sporting world.
How to Use the Nike + iPod Sport Kit
Place the sensor in your left Nike+ shoe — in the built-in pocket beneath the insole. You can leave the sensor in your shoe even when you’re not working out.
Attach the receiver (sold separately) to your iPod nano. It fits snugly into the dock connector, located on the bottom of iPod nano next to the headphone jack. iPod touch and iPhone 3GS have built-in Nike + iPod support, so no receiver is necessary.
Hit the ground running with workout-based voice feedback, Nike Sport Music content, and your favorite playlists or songs that keep you pumping.
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Top Customer Reviews
You can train by distance, time, or calories and invesnt your own workouts (or download from the website - tho' to be honest the basics are enough for me!), you can listen to whatever you like (chose a playlist or switch from "now playing" in ipod back to the nike plus ipod facility and select "now playing" if like me you run to v long things like Bleak House, over a period of weeks), you can track your performance on the history or upload and get more detailed breakdowns and interact with others.
A rather naggy female or an assertive man will update you every so often on your progress - or a full breakdown anytime you ask for it (by pressing your on button) - and on timed runs will give you countdowns from 5 mins out to keep your pace up. And if you do particularly well a famous voice will pop up at the end to congratulate you. I have to say I found Lance Armstrong congratulating me on my new (feeble) personal best reidiculously pleasing (how he'd roar with laughter if he actually saw the stats!!).
Calibration seems pretty good - it ties in with the distances which someone has marked for fun runs near me, so can't be too far out.
All in all just what I needed to incentivise myself to push on and not lurk in my comfort zone - I recommend it warmly.
Now it didnt get that 5th star because of the following
1. I wish the device could be used for other exercises apart from runs
2. One should be able to set the powersong to a playlist like can be done on the nano
however like i said, works great. I love it
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.
I do not know how it works (probably magic) but it does everything that Nike claims. I still do not understand the calibration bit or the other stuff for that, but I am happy to press the buttons and it seems to do stuff that it lets you do...so if you're a moron and do not mind the device running your running life then this is the ideal product.
There are some flaws like the play list selected with a work out seems to get lost and just plays my complete play list as it sees fit...but that is magic for you!
However the reliability and accuracy can let it down. I always use it in conjunction with the strava app on my phone as I don't trust the Nike+ sensor on its own. First run, fair enough, it hadn't been calibrated yet, so it being approx 1.25 miles off I could deal with. Second run for some reason it stopped recording after a little over a mile (timer on the app was still going though, it must have either lost connection with the iPod or switched itself off). On our latest run it was over 1.75 miles out! I usually run with a friend and the milage on my phone and her Garmin running watch always tally up. The Nike+ sensor however, always seems to be over 1 mile out, despite calibrating it after every run.
For recreational running then this will be okay but if you seriously want to monitor milage then there are far better alternatives out there.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Needed a charger in order to use this but there was no information about this or I would have ordered one at the same time. Keep forgetting to pick one up so I can't use my sensor.Published 2 days ago by Pen Name
after my calibration, when I am running at the speed of 10kph, it still shows 12-13kph, the company needs to update this product so that it exactly matches with the computer or... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Limbu bhim
I couldn't figure out how to use it.. so either I'm just stupid or it's harder than it looks? I'm sure it's great if you understand technology, but I'm not too great with this sort... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Lily Greene
I’ve been using the Nike+ system for a number of years now and have logged over 20,000 KM with the platform so know it pretty well. Read morePublished 3 months ago by LDJ
Works as every nike sensor I've had however this one on odd occasions fails to detect but a quick button press remedies this so hence 4 starsPublished 3 months ago by Andrew Hunter