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Rated 3 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
adidas Training Accessories
Micoach SMART RUN Watch
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Has the hardware, but software needs to catch up Let me start off first by saying. Adidas has done what nobody else has. This watch has everything you could want in a fitness watch. It has almost resolved all the issues of the MotoActiv. The only let down and this is my opinion is closed software. This would have suited my purpose if it could be a hybrid fitness tracker and monitor steps + HR. This would totally removed the need of a second device. I don't know if this will be implemented in the future, but it would appeal to more people if the HRM could be used 24/7. Maybe the battery is the limiting factor. November 10, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good Start - Not ready The watch does everything it promises with out fault...battery life. I am very active and would want to track heart rate and calories burned often. The battery just cannot keep up with me. If they get that right, this will be a fantastic product. The largest concern when I bought it was will the heart rate monitor be accurate. It is. I was very pleased with the accuracy and the fact that I did not have to wear the watch to tight to get a reading. Good start Adidas. Just address that battery life and you will have a five start product.. November 25, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by No Watch mode / Battery so so Watch looks great! Cool design and look. I am a tall guy and could use one or two more holes on wrist band... I am on the last hole and its tight, but I guess better for the heart rate. Have not been on a run yet, this is the longest winter ever! But got GPS working on a few walks. #1 problem is I wanted this to be a daily use watch. NO always on watch face (old nike +) have to hit the button every time I want to see the time. #2 Battery life is short... even with no watch mode and only looking at the time with the button I don't think it will make a week. Much less if I use GSP. I love all the function , but it still needs the basic function of a watch. March 20, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great watch, bad battery life This watch is jam packed with features that are great for both the budding and the experienced runner. The optical heart rate monitor is a spectacular alternative to a chest heart rate monitor, sans the chafing caused by the chest monitors. The GPS is incredibly accurate. It takes slightly longer to acquire satellites than I expected, but it seems to get quicker each time I use it. So far my only real issue with the product is the battery life. I have thus far only used the watch on runs that are an hour long. The batter lasts long enough to complete them, but it drops to almost 50% after the runs. I bought the watch to use nordic skiing and my nordic skiing training sessions routinely last longer than 3 hours. I am very unsure if the watch will keep its charge through the whole workout. November 23, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good product lacking one key feature I very much enjoy this product - great to have both music, heart rate, GPS and stopwatch on your wrist.. One key feature Adidas needs to implement ASAP, however, is a lap timer that restarts the clock every time you press the lap button. This is absolutely crucial for more advanced runners and I am very confused as to why Adidas has not implemented the feature already! November 22, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not Ready for Prime Time! I have been running many years and Iam former member a college track team. I run 130 miles a month and need good gps watch. My chief complaint of this product is :the charging cradle one of the prongs broke off in the first week therefore cannot charge . No replacement available as this unit is sold no where? The watch itself it's just not ready for prime time . While it has a beautiful display the battery life even when the update is not sufficient. The Heart rate is not accurate at all. I really wanted this watch to be my main running watch. March 13, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by If only the battery would last longer November 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by So far, so...... The reason I purchased this watch is only due to me not liking the traditional chest strap monitor. So far it's ok. I mainly do indoor workouts so I can't comment on the built in GPS to say if it's accurate or not. I can comment on the battery life which last me about 3-4 workout sessions, which I workout about about 1hr -1:25 each so about 5hr-5:30 battery life. For me it serves it's purpose but I Hope they keep updating the firmware to improve battery life. January 12, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Very bad choice - GPS constantly falling out in places where the iPhone has a good signal - HR falls out - restarts during the run (probably because of the touch buttons) - Battery life I hope that I get my money back January 2, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by worst purchase ever This product is a piece of junk. Battery even in standby mode, sufficient for 24hrs. I'm afraid that in the training options not take longer than 3 hours. Today I went out jog, raining a little, but "smart run" not caught the GPS signal, and in the meantime Garmin 305, grabbed in less than 1 minute. I wish to return it December 29, 2013
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Rated 3 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Has the hardware, but software needs to catch up Let me start off first by saying. Adidas has done what nobody else has. This watch has everything you could want in a fitness watch. It has almost resolved all the issues of the MotoActiv. The only let down and this is my opinion is closed software. This would have suited my purpose if it could be a hybrid fitness tracker and monitor steps + HR. This would totally removed the need of a second device. I don't know if this will be implemented in the future, but it would appeal to more people if the HRM could be used 24/7. Maybe the battery is the limiting factor. November 10, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good Start - Not ready The watch does everything it promises with out fault...battery life. I am very active and would want to track heart rate and calories burned often. The battery just cannot keep up with me. If they get that right, this will be a fantastic product. The largest concern when I bought it was will the heart rate monitor be accurate. It is. I was very pleased with the accuracy and the fact that I did not have to wear the watch to tight to get a reading. Good start Adidas. Just address that battery life and you will have a five start product.. November 25, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by No Watch mode / Battery so so Watch looks great! Cool design and look. I am a tall guy and could use one or two more holes on wrist band... I am on the last hole and its tight, but I guess better for the heart rate. Have not been on a run yet, this is the longest winter ever! But got GPS working on a few walks. #1 problem is I wanted this to be a daily use watch. NO always on watch face (old nike +) have to hit the button every time I want to see the time. #2 Battery life is short... even with no watch mode and only looking at the time with the button I don't think it will make a week. Much less if I use GSP. I love all the function , but it still needs the basic function of a watch. March 20, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great watch, bad battery life This watch is jam packed with features that are great for both the budding and the experienced runner. The optical heart rate monitor is a spectacular alternative to a chest heart rate monitor, sans the chafing caused by the chest monitors. The GPS is incredibly accurate. It takes slightly longer to acquire satellites than I expected, but it seems to get quicker each time I use it. So far my only real issue with the product is the battery life. I have thus far only used the watch on runs that are an hour long. The batter lasts long enough to complete them, but it drops to almost 50% after the runs. I bought the watch to use nordic skiing and my nordic skiing training sessions routinely last longer than 3 hours. I am very unsure if the watch will keep its charge through the whole workout. November 23, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good product lacking one key feature I very much enjoy this product - great to have both music, heart rate, GPS and stopwatch on your wrist.. One key feature Adidas needs to implement ASAP, however, is a lap timer that restarts the clock every time you press the lap button. This is absolutely crucial for more advanced runners and I am very confused as to why Adidas has not implemented the feature already! November 22, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not Ready for Prime Time! I have been running many years and Iam former member a college track team. I run 130 miles a month and need good gps watch. My chief complaint of this product is :the charging cradle one of the prongs broke off in the first week therefore cannot charge . No replacement available as this unit is sold no where? The watch itself it's just not ready for prime time . While it has a beautiful display the battery life even when the update is not sufficient. The Heart rate is not accurate at all. I really wanted this watch to be my main running watch. March 13, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by If only the battery would last longer November 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by So far, so...... The reason I purchased this watch is only due to me not liking the traditional chest strap monitor. So far it's ok. I mainly do indoor workouts so I can't comment on the built in GPS to say if it's accurate or not. I can comment on the battery life which last me about 3-4 workout sessions, which I workout about about 1hr -1:25 each so about 5hr-5:30 battery life. For me it serves it's purpose but I Hope they keep updating the firmware to improve battery life. January 12, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Very bad choice - GPS constantly falling out in places where the iPhone has a good signal - HR falls out - restarts during the run (probably because of the touch buttons) - Battery life I hope that I get my money back January 2, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by worst purchase ever This product is a piece of junk. Battery even in standby mode, sufficient for 24hrs. I'm afraid that in the training options not take longer than 3 hours. Today I went out jog, raining a little, but "smart run" not caught the GPS signal, and in the meantime Garmin 305, grabbed in less than 1 minute. I wish to return it December 29, 2013
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Rated 3 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great gym and track assistant Longtime runner, but only marginally interested in stats, except on long runs. Found the Smart Run had enough additional features to give it a whirl - and I am hooked. I make my own workouts, intervals, and have added in a strength workout to improve form. Love the mp3 player. December 29, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cool product, needs better battery life This is way cool - color customizable screen, heart rate monitor built in, music, Bluetooth and micoach mobile app. Even works as a watch... BUT ... there's an issue - battery life is poor at best and holds this back from being a truly spectacular product. Yes, I've updated to the latest firmware etc. Yes, I leave the display at its default low brightness which can't be read in daylight, only at midnight. Yes, it goes to sleep/hibernate and you have to hold the button to see the time and then to use/unlock the screen. Even watch only, fully charged, it can't make it a full day without running out of juice. Unfortunately, it really can't double as your watch and be the performance sports monitor that you want it to be. And, it's really way way way over-priced to be just a monitor. Yet, I find it is still way cool and works well to capture/monitor/report your performance. February 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome I was reluctant to get it but after a deep review on similar products I decided to give it a try. and I have to say ADIDAS you did a great job on this product, the quality is good interface is easy to use the HRM is accurate as well the GPS ( after the update of course) battery life is just ok now what I would like to get on the next update is a facebook app built in direclty on the SW :) April 2, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Wanted to love it It's hard to have a smart run if your heart rate monitor isn't accurate. Unfortunately, the promise of an accurate monitor without a strap still eludes even the great minds at Adidas with this $400 entry. I tested it repeatedly against a Polar Heart Rate monitor, and the Smart Run was up to 40 beats off. The more you move, the less accurate it becomes, kind of defeating the whole purpose of an exercise watch that you are moving. It offers tons of personalized workouts, all based on heart rate zones, that are pretty useless if the device that's telling you to work harder or back off can't get a consistent, reliable indication of just how hard you're working. A Polar Heart Rate monitor is as low as $30, and a Nike + Smart Watch with GPS is $140. Both, much cheaper, are way more accurate and, therefore, useful. I really hope Adidas spends more time getting the heart rate monitor part of this product right. March 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by GOOD Overall it is perfect, but the battery is not durable, the system has some Caton。 January 6, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Received on Tuesday Returned on Friday I bought this primarily for the color screen and HR monitor built into the watch. Great conceptual design but you have to turn off the key features so the battery doesn't die within 2 hrs. Day 1 - used for an hour run. Watch battery was down to 50% after charging 100% that morning. I did not even use the Bluetooth or MP3 player. By end of day, 20%. I turned off the lock screen clock face and that did help. However, I did not purchase a $400 watch to turn off the features. Adidas is making firmware updates that have helped with some issues. Did they not test the watch prior to releasing?? Additionally there were too many inconsistencies with the HR monitor. I was completely spent during an xfit workout and it was reading 30bpm. I didn't know HRs could even go that low. And yes I did have it firm on my wrist as directed. Lastly, while running through a park (no buildings or tree coverage) the satellite signal kept dropping out. I will wait for version 2 if they can put out a solid product. I had to return it after few days of use. February 15, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Christmas gift Set up was not easy to follow in the written instructions . Use the online set up it really helped. I am still working on the music portion but all other features now up and running. I love being Able to see the results on line immediately. December 29, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Virtual Partner I would like to find out if it has the same feature as the Garmin 910 and the tomtom where you can download a route onto the watch and enter your time and compete against a virtual racer February 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best fitness tracking product yet! Unparalleled! Much thought was put into developing each and every bit of this great product! It will be interesting to see how a product like this can be improved further! November 25, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very Good It is very complete and easy to use. After the Firmware update is working better the battery life of the smartwatch. Hopefully someday comes with 3G connection on it February 6, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Great Idea but not a complete solution I was really excited about this watch but after having it for a week I returned it and bought a Mio Alpha. Here is why and what Adidas needs to do next time. - The Phone is the hub of our lives, not a watch - I want to listen to music from my phone while being coached, I can't. You have to upload to the primitive music app on the phone, no iTunes sync. - I want to use my phone at times to record and monitor activity, I can't. The watch will not transmit data to ANT or BTLE receivers (iPhone) - I want coaching during the cross fit/training workouts, I can't. During training routines you have to scroll through tiny pictures for each exercise, no voice coaching. - I want to view multiple heart rate goals (time in zone), I can't. The watch doesn't support that setting. So I returned it and got a Mio Alpha. It was 30% the price, it transmits my heart rate to my favorite app (Wahoo and Adidas miCoach). Then I can review the history over time and view endless screen options with any program that supports BTLE. The watch also support a training mode to monitor target heart rates with calorie burn. The PHONE is the HUB, not a watch. January 28, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Problems I'm upset to have bought this device, in the first use, when syncing the smart run, gave error 22.103 and i can see my exercise in my computer. December 8, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Better The bracelet is small. The system have be a separate of the internet sync. I want start with hour, heart e locate without internet sync. December 5, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Disapointed -GPS take to long to activate -Calories not work -HR is not accurate April 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by The most complete fitness device yet I have been running with the assistance of smart phones for about 5 years now. I've used tons of apps and I've just gotten used to having a giant device strapped to my arm. Running with a dedicated device on my wrist instead arm is really nice. The integrated music player is also really nice. And the heart rate monitor that I don't have to strap around my torso is awesome. I was skeptical about needing BT headphones to listen to music, but that was mostly because I'd never used any before and wasn't sure how well they'd work. They worked perfectly, which finally frees me from constantly feeling like my earphones are being tugged out of my ears by the cord when I run. The custom voices are kind of cool, but completely unnecessary. Any voice will work, so long as it comes across loud and clear over the music. But it's not perfect: 1. On a day without a single cloud in the sky and with an unobstructed view of the sky, the watch took about 3 minutes to get a GPS lock. It shouldn't take longer than a smart phone and they typically can get a lock in under 10 seconds. 2. I don't like being told to run at a certain intensity. Why? Because even after a decade of running, I can't tell the difference between running at 4 out of 10 and 5 out of 10. Or maybe it's because I have some experience as a runner, training for negative splits, that this is so difficult for me. It would be much easier to go from 4 to 6, than 4 to 5 to 6. I give this device a good rating because of its potential and the fact that I would rate every other stand alone fitness device out there today as poor because they just don't do enough to be useful. The SMART RUN is finally a device that is complete, if perhaps not perfect. January 11, 2014
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