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Mio Alpha Bluetooth Smart Cardiofréquencemètre Bleu Taille S

4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client

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  • Taille poignet de 121 à 175mm
  • Horloge 12h
  • Chronomètre : 9h 59 min 59 s
  • Fréquence Cardiaque lisible Max : 220 BPM
  • Fréquence Cardiaque lisible Mini : 30 BPM
  • Etanche : 30m
  • Durée de vie de la batterie : Jusqu'à 5 ans
  • Fréquence radio / protocole : Technologie sans fil pour Smartphones Bluetooth Smart
  • Température Opérationnelle : 5°C à 45°C
  • Utilisation en mode exercice (Cardiofréquence mètre) : 10 heures
  • Détection optimale de la Fréquence Cardiaque, Fiabilité, Confort

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Information sur le produit
Type d'affichagedigital
Hauteur0.25 pouces
Longueur8.86 pouces
Poids285 grammes
Largeur1.75 pouces
Nombre de pièces1
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) incluse(s) Oui

Détails sur le produit

  • Dimensions du produit: 22,5 x 4,4 x 0,6 cm ; 50 g
  • Pile(s) / Batterie(s) : 1 Lithium ion - incluse(s)
  • Numéro du modèle de l'article: 53P-BLU
  • ASIN: B00IVF04FC
  • Date de mise en ligne sur : 16 avril 2014
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Détection optimale de la Fréquence Cardiaque, Fiabilité, Confort

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Par Alain 75 le 16 février 2015
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Super fiable, mesure cardiaque efficace
Il manque une appli smartphone mais au moins le seuil haut et bas sont efficaces
Pas de mesure du nombre de pas et autres accesoires
Mesure cardiaque et c'est tout mais le fait bien et c'est ce que j'attendais
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Par co70 le 11 juin 2016
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Fonctionne parfaitement bien, la fonction cardio est précise (comparaison faite avec un cardiofréquencemètre médical), pour le reste elle correspond bien à la description et à l'attente.
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HASH(0x8b5c3744) étoiles sur 5 A Great and Lousy product ... Depends on what you use it for ... (none runners, cross fitters and cross training fanatics READ!! 30 décembre 2013
Par kgeresy - Publié sur
Couleur: Noir
ok so as I like to begin any review here the short description:

Is this is the HOLY grail of heart rate monitoring !!..... not really ..

in short this is a heart rate monitor (continues monitoring) that doesnt need a chest strap.. with BLE (Bluetooth 4.0) technology to connect to you Iphone (Iphone 4s, 5 etc..) Android users Hold off buying .. and read further down...

it uses (As they say) Multi-million dollar medical invention created by Philips (not sure about the make) and now its for the first time applied in the field of fitness and sports and it has its own patent registered for MIO or they state so ..
it reads the Heart rate through two bulbs on the bottom of the watch when in contact with your skin (hence the no chest strap option)

but is it that great ..?.

the watch is comfy , much like the Nike+ GPS watch it has holes on the strap that will hook into it to insure a nice fit
watch looks nice can be used in the regular day to day usage..

well it basically in option wise is very very close the to the FT1 polar options ... so that said ..
it will display :
1) hear rate at moment in time
2)continues reading
3)timer counting how much you have been training
4) it will give the average heart rate and time of the last session ONLY!!
Plus it connects to BLE (Bluetooth 4.0) so you can have further options depending on your mobile or App installed ..

while wearing you should wear it 1-3 cm above the wrist bone, and it should be snug , not blue hands tight, but a bit tighter than the average watch

Using it:
it is quiet nice, it will locate ur heart rate relatively quick, (for men it doesn't make a difference if your hands are hairy or not) wont make a difference in reading..
Will connect easily Iphone 4s and above which have the bluetooth 4.0 technology (earlier versions of the ALPHA has ANT+ but they are no longer produced)
and there is a few nice apps you can connect to (Map my run, Runtastic, ETC some fees might be required to use the programs for heart rate monitoring so keep this in mind

As for android Users no there are very very VERY few programs that will connect on your MIO Alpha (hope this change soon) but till now at the time of the writing only ONE ... I repeat ONE program will read of MIO Alpha and its called BLE Heart rate monitor ..([...]

so for android users sorry you need to wait a while or if youre ok with this then go for it

I have put it into test for almost 10 sessions for a week in various workouts from running to jump rope to Insanity program videos , cross fit and Weight lifting and along with it had another reliable chest strap monitor to compare (Polar because they are damn accurate thats why they are so expensive) and here are the results :

the readings are quiet accurate ... may be off by +/- 5 BPM but thats good very good actually, some times the heart rate will shoot or drop for a sec or two but will come back and sometimes when I stand still after a workout (especially in HIIT training) itll take some few seconds to register and drop the heart rate reading ...

now here comes the problems:
it will read perfect for :
Running - Jump Rope (NO CROSSES and Fancy moves) - walking - Squats and weight training that DOES NOT INVOLVE HAND MOVEMENT ...

on the other hand reading will be lousy for:
any kind of movement that incorporates hand movement

so in a nutshell while running the reading will be steady accurate and on the dot ... since not mush of huge hand movements are happening ...
once hand movements occurs the reading will drop significantly sometimes till 56 BPM (resting heart rate) till the hand movement stops

so to test this more,
Ive done the following :
done some jump ropes with regular hand movement, reading from both the Polar and Mio Alpha were around 134-145
now the minute i began to do crosses and huge movements with my hands
Polar registered 155- 160 BPM while the Mio Alpha dropped to about 70-56 BPM!!!!!

so here are the pros and cons

1) huge leap in fitness technology
2) well you guessed it (no chest strap)
3) connects to Iphone apps
4) quick readings nice and comfort design
5) Battery is GREAT .. I mean it would stay almost for a whole week before needing to charge it ..
6) you can setup a heart rate training zone to sound off a beep if you are out of the zone

1) No options beside the timer and average heart rate
2) android connectivity is Lousy
3) no Black light so it cant be used in the dark or night
4) Erratic readings with hand movement while training (HUGE Problem if you ask me !!)

so the question I always like to end with:
should you buy it

Yes IF :
you only do running and static or minimum hand movement while training
if you really really hate the chest strap then this is for you
you are a fitness geek like me
if you like to sync to you iphone apps and do more analysis or any other BLE device (Bluetooth 4.0)

you do training besides running that needs hand movement
if you dont mind the chest strap
if you think its too damn expensive for what it offers (yes I do think its very expensive)
needs the further options while training (avrg heart rate, calories, stop watch, and so forth...)

in a nut shell its a great product but if you know what are you getting you should be satisfied with it,

but for that price tag and if you dont mind the chest strap, you can get either a great Gramin or Polar watch with A LOT of features

if you need further info let me know, I usually take one to two days max to reply on any questions :)

have fun training
and FOCUS!
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HASH(0x8b5c3798) étoiles sur 5 Pretty Good, very practical 9 juillet 2013
Par Kevin - Publié sur
Couleur: Blanc Achat vérifié
Got this shortly after running my first full marathon. Even though I completed my run I wasn't satisfied with the results and looked into heartbeat monitors to better my performance. The MIO Alpha came top choice for me even for a blind first-buy. Most heart monitors out there require a strap to the chest or a constant touch of a sensor to get a reading. But with the Alpha the LED sensors give constant readings as well as a light indicator to show if you're in your targeted heart rate 'Zone'. Very convenient as well as more comfortable when you're focusing on running.

Battery power is also quite satisfactory. After charging my Alpha to full capacity the power indicator stays full-bar even after constant use. I rarely need to recharge it thus. When I take it off, I also use the charger device as a cover for the sensor beneath the watch so that serves a double function at least for me.

On the downside however, I'm not able to sync my Alpha to my Android smartphone via bluetooth. Apparently it only syncs with Apple iPhones. That's a real downer for me. Another con would be the inability to backlight, meaning unless I run in a well-lit place at night I'd only be able to see the LED zone indicator and not the readings. I understand though that this is still a first-gen technology, so I can't really expect that much yet.

Overall a very much recommended product for those looking for their first HRMs. Some people would gripe about the price of the Alpha. Granted, it does take quite a bit off the pocket, but for a reliable device such as the Alpha I'd say it's worth every penny spent.
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HASH(0x8b5c3a74) étoiles sur 5 Unreliable readings 11 août 2013
Par pj - Publié sur
Couleur: Noir
I've owned three heart rate monitors (Polar, Zephyr and Mio) over the last 12 years and this product is by far the least reliable. Granted, this is the first HRM that took a reading from my wrist rather than my chest, it goes to show that the technology just isn't quite there yet. Very disappointing as I was looking forward to ditching the dreaded chest strap. Although it provided very reliable readings, it was uncomfortable to wear and often had to be readjusted frequently under vigorous activities such as trail running.

The problem with the Mio is its reading often drops slowly from 150+ to 80-90 over the course of roughly a minute even if my activity level (and heart rate) remain virtually static. Sometimes it will shoot back up instantly to where it should be (150) or it will just sit at the 80-90 BPM level forever... or until I reset the HRM and reconnect again. On the chart, it looks like I literally stopped in my tracks and I just sat there resting while my heart rate slowly dropped... very misleading. While resetting it usually prevents the HRM from replicating the same problem during the same training session, it has dropped off several times in one training session before. I've tried to tighten the strap (to the point where it became uncomfortable) but that didn't help. There is also no correlation to ambient temperature, relative humidity or activity type (e.g. cycling, vigorous trail/mountain running or just jogging) as it will do it under all weather conditions and activity types I've subjected the HRM to. I think it may have something to do with a flaw in the algorithm used and less to do with it not being able to track the blood flow itself. Whatever the problem is, it makes a potentially decent product a major failure. The HRM would replicate this problem about 30% of the time I've used it (i.e. I would be forced to reset the HRM at least once in 1 out of 3 workouts) so I've completely given up in tracking/charting my workouts. It wouldn't be so bad if the device would disconnect itself completely (providing a "0" or "null" reading), subsequently leaving a gap in the workout. Instead, it will depict an 80-90 BPM range when I'm really pushing much harder. This completely screws up my training log.

Outside of this major engineering design flaw, the watch itself also has other less critical but notable flaws which have been discussed by other reviewers on Amazon. The multi-color LED indicator light is too dim to see in bright sunlight - it is much easier to see the up or down arrows than the LED light so I'm assuming the light was added for people that train at night... but that could have been easily overcome with the simple addition of a backlight (which the product sorely needs). The loud beeping that accompanies the "zone training" can also be very annoying and there is no way to turn it off. The watch will tell you how many minutes you were "in the zone" but it doesn't tell you how many minutes you were "out of the zone" on the low end and out of the zone on the high end. That information would have been helpful in determining if I was pushing too hard or not pushing hard enough. Without it, you really don't have a clear picture of how you performed.

Two of the three tiny nubs that stick out of the piece of plastic that lock the wrist strap in place have completely broken off. Luckily, the piece of plastic is small and is easy to replace. It would have been nice if Mio shipped the watch with a couple extras as they seem quite easy to break. I'll be hitting up Mio for replacement pieces soon as the watch is still under warranty.

I would have given them 1 star as the erroneous readings make the product almost unusable to me but I give Mio credit for at least attempting to introduce a viable product the health and fitness industry sorely needs. I also understand not everyone is having the same issues I am having. The Mio does have an incredible battery life, is aesthetically pleasing to the eye and admittedly is very, very comfortable to wear. I'm hoping that their next version solves the reliability issues and maybe adds a few more features that are actually useful.
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HASH(0x8b5c3f9c) étoiles sur 5 Maybe the 2nd generation will be better 28 juin 2013
Par Mark J. Wilson - Publié sur
Couleur: Blanc Achat vérifié
1. Frequently loses heart rate; directions say to tighten strap to avoid this happening, but you can only wear it so tight before it becomes uncomfortable.
2. When you lose contact and heart rate reading you have to scroll back through the settings to re-connect; messing up timing
3. The function buttons are too small and are not at all user friendly; to use them to scroll through features / settings you have to stop running / walking / swimming etc.

I was really looking forward to this product - so much that I purchased two of the them for me and my wife. I was VERY disappointed and ended up I returning both of them.
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HASH(0x8b5c3858) étoiles sur 5 Wait for verson 2 18 juillet 2013
Par Doug - Publié sur
I purchased my Alpha from the manufacturer before it was available on Amazon.

Pros: The heart rate monitor works great. The idea of a chest strap was annoying and this eliminates that problem. If that is the reason you purchase an Alpha, and that is the only time you will wear it, then you may be happy with it.

The band is comfortable and is very adjustable with numerous holes in the band.

One of the main features is that you are able to set a heart rate target zone; low and high pulse rates. This is a good idea in theory, but there is an extremely annoying beeping sound that activates when you are out of the zone, either too low or too high. The noise is bad enough. However, if you are working out to a video, or are focusing on a jogging pace, the beep, which will not be in sync with your workout, will throw you off and be very, very annoying. There is no means for disabling the sound other than not using the cardio function (or a hammer, which I considered). Mio tech support suggested I widen the range of numbers for high and low, which defeats the purpose of the device telling you if your heart rate is too high or too low. There are lights that indicate high and low performance. They would be sufficient for indicating when you are in the target zone, if only you could turn off the beep during the cardio function.

The watch does not have a back-light. It is as useless as a brick in the dark unless you carry a flashlight.

The watch face protrudes slightly. If you plan on wearing it as a watch, the watch face is the first thing that will come into contact with any solid object that reaches out to whack it.

I wish I had waited for version 2, hoping that these deficiencies would be corrected by then.

I re-started my "The Firm" workout video exercises. Using the Alpha with floor exercises causes the end of the band to come loose as it brushes against the floor. I'll try a paper clip or something to prevent it from detaching.

In spite of finding another problem I increased my rating to 2 stars. Though the advertised feature mentioned above is annoying with the beeps, it is extremely convenient to be able to see my heart rate at a glance instead of holding my wrist and doing the math.
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