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Jazz
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2008/05/18 21:52:37 (permalink)
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Nike + Sportband

http://store.nike.com/emeastore/#,en,,url;stage,landingpage-311716-311716-187267//187266///|0

Anyone use one of these ?

If so do you need a specific nike trainer or can you use the sensor with any trainer
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    Jazz
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    RE: Nike + Sportband 2008/05/25 21:51:21 (permalink)
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    No one had any experience with this yet ?

    I have a feeling the sensor is just an upmarket pedometer which would make it highly inaccurate ?
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    RE: Nike + Sportband 2008/05/27 14:53:15 (permalink)
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    I bought 1 in a moment of weakness as I was by the Nike store in oxford circus
    I use the nike trainers with my ipod and sensor but wanted the same function without music....
    Not used it yet but i suspect it will be fairly inaccurate, although you put in height and weight etc on yr pc and then it will count calories etc
    As i had nike trainers that suit my overpronation anyway I thought might as well
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    RE: Nike + Sportband 2008/05/27 18:58:39 (permalink)
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    Cool let us know if it's any good....
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