L -- 265 x 440 x 300 mm (lxwxh) S/M -- 235 x 290 x 109 mm (lxwxh)
OS X / Mac
Sports and Fitness Activities
Mio Link Review
Mio Link is utterly advertised as an alternative to heart rate chest straps. It’s effective and its design is quite simple. However, there is no screen to read data from and you only have the Link button available. It can also measure your steps but it mostly focuses on getting the perfect readings on your heart and you can use the data to change your lifestyle.
Pros / What Customers Like:
The band is made out of rubber and it’s absolutely amazing and comfortable.
The support for third-party apps is great and you won’t have any problems syncing your data with any device such as a smartphone, a GPS watch or a PC.
It’s water resistant but it doesn’t measure heart rate well underwater.
This tracker is a great option for cyclists and runners who don’t have time to deal with numerous options and features.
Cons / What Customers Don't Like:
Unfortunately, this wristband doesn't offer a lot of features and it's hard to find something that will justify the amount of attention it has drawn.
The price is somewhat too high for a band which doesn’t offer anything more than a heart rate monitor and a step counter.
There is no screen.
If you are in a need of a band which will simply allow you check your heart rate during your workout without having to deal with a lot of buttons, then this is the right band for you. The readings you will receive will be very precise as long as you stay out of the water. However, the lack of features makes it a bad decision for people who want to at least take a look at the time or use a stopwatch.