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Mio Link Continous Heart Rate Wrist Band

4.2 out of 5 stars 83 customer reviews
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Price: £58.99 - £136.14
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  • The Mio Link is a wrist mounted heart rate monitor, no Chest Strap Required
  • The Mio Link features a comfortable, sleek design with its soft silicone strap
  • Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ transmission to mobile apps and sport devices.One button "Start/Stop" and "Sync" activation
  • User Instructions
  • Lithium polymer USB rechargable battery, water resistant to 30 meters (3ATM)

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  • ASIN: B00Z49PRXM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 29 April 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,991 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

Product Description

Product Description

The first performance heart rate monitor in a wrist band that transmits continuous heart rate data to fitness apps and sport devices. The MIO LINK features a comfortable, sleek design with its soft silicone strap. available in two sizes to fit a wide range of wrist sizes. Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ transmission to mobile apps and sport devices. Works with mioGO fitness app. One button "Start/Stop" and "Sync" activation, Tri-Colour LED indicates heart rate zones (set up by mioGO App). LED charging status, LiPoly battery (charged by USB charger). Water resistant to 30 meters (3ATM).

Box Contains

1 x Mio Link, 1 x USB Charging Cradle, Instruction Manual


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Colour Name: SlateSize: Regular Verified Purchase
I'm a runner, and have used a chest strap HR for years now in training (but rarely in races - who wants an elasticated strap around their lungs when racing hard?), so when I started getting abnormal readings from my chest strap (usually a sign the battery is on its way out or a new strap is required) I decided to look into the miracle that is the wrist based HR sensor...

First impressions - Wow! It works! the thing on my wrist instantly pairs with my Polar V800 watch - and I don't have to wear an annoying chest strap!

After some (a couple of weeks usage) -
- Right... better charge it ready for tomorrow's run... don't want it running out of battery (again!)
- Will you PLEASE find/lock onto my heart rate? it's like waiting for satellite signal on an original Garmin forerunner!
- Okay fine... I'll try it on the underside of my forearm like it suggests and see if that works any better... (several minutes later) ... sod it, I'll try it the 'normal' way again
- Christ... how tight do I need to have it for it to pick up my HR?
- Woohooo - It's finally locked on to my HR... hang on... why's it reading about 70bpm too high?

Basically, when it works, it's fantastic - but it doens't always work - it's frustrating when you're in a rush, and even more frustrating when everything seems to be working okay, then you get back from your run to find that the HR has spiked for a period for no good reason showing you hit 110% of MaxHR on your easy run. Not very useful if you actually use HR info in your training analysis.

I'll be giving it another week or two before deciding whether to send it back. Having read other reviews I'm now paranoid about how long the unit will last as I'm charging it after every run anyway to ensure battery doesn't run out mid run.
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Colour Name: ArticSize: Regular Verified Purchase
Excellent, out of the box and first time use. I am 60 years old, and hate exercise. However, I accept it is a necessary evil, and want to track my heart rate to help with two daily exercises. The first is a quick sprint (at high heart rate) on a treadmill, the second is a 10000 step daily walk, with various apps from the App Store. I also swim, but don't want want to monitor my heart rate when swimming.
The MIO arrived a day early. Packaging perfect. The instructions were easy to follow. The MIO is easy to use. It pairs immediately with the four apps that I already had (so ignored the MIO app). I then checked the accuracy of the beat, with my own finger on my pulse, and compared with the other apps. All were pretty close. (by contrast the pulse meter on my treadmill was totally useless). I place my iPhone of the treadmill consul, turn on iRunner, and can see my heart rate while I work up to a sprint and a sweat! Perfectly efficient, and perfect for my needs.
Previously, i had tried the Suunto chest strap (twice) which did not link to my phone, so returned to Amazon (both). However, I will be keeping the MIO. NB. I bought a small/medium strap. I am medium build (size 15.5" collar). The strap fits with little to spare. The bigger one may be better for most medium sized and larger wrists. It is very comfortable, and secure. I can recommend this product.
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Relieved that is how I feel, I use my bike almost every single day of the week for commuting and training after work. I have been using a chest strap for a few years and beyond their notorious lack of comfort they have done the job. I have been meaning to change so I sold my chest strap and bought rather sceptically the MIO link. I have tried it on long rides and I am pleasantly surprised by its ease of use and reliability. The data streamed is sent to my bike computer and I use the results to monitor my progress and set objectives. I am quite excited and I hope the product will last. It is a very good product.
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By marcoscu TOP 500 REVIEWER on 22 July 2014
Colour Name: SlateSize: Large Verified Purchase
Today's run was my first using my new Mio Link HRM in conjunction with the Runner Up Android app on my Google Nexus 5 32GB Phone SIM Free Unlocked (Black) phone and my Garmin Forerunner 910XT GPS Watch with Premium Heart Rate Monitor.

I had more or less given up with Heart Rate Monitors as every one I have ever used, even from Garmin, was fiddly to setup and used and ultimately unreliable.

The Mio Link is fitted to the wrist and by measuring the light transmission and reflection of the capillary blood flow with powerful LED's on the underside of the strap. This is not new and I have used similar HRM's from Scosche, such as the iPhone Pulse Monitor RHYTHM in the past but they proved to be even more flaky and unreliable than chest strap HRMs. One claim to fame of the Mio Link is that it will connect simultaneously to both ANT+ and Bluetooth 4 devices. So it will send signals to both my ANT+ Garmin watch and my phone over Bluetooth 4.

You have to remember that this is essentially a Heart Rate Monitor and not a fitness tracker. It streams data from it's sensor to your connected device and that is about it. It does not have any on board memory and cannot store data for later use, the only display it has is a single multi coloured LED that indicates battery condition and which heart rate zone you are in during training.
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