Moov Now - Stealth Black - 3D Fitness Tracker & Real Time Audio Coach - [New] Run Walk Swim Cycle Workout Cardio Boxing
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- MOOV NOW talks you through your other workouts with real-time audio coaching for running, cycling, cardio boxing, body weight (Moov 7 Minute+) and the most advanced swim tracking available.
- A wearable fitness coach that actively monitors your tendencies, advises you on how to get the most from your workout, tracks your progress, and motivates you to achieve your fitness goals.
- Up to 6 months battery life and a waterproof! Band is lightweight and breathable. Wear it on your wrist or ankle or wear two.
- Only Moov's Omni Motion sensor uses 3 times the sensors used in basic fitness trackers, allowing it to track your motion in 3D.
- Stay motivated with intense activity and sleep tracking.
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Real-time data and coaching to improve your performance.
Run & Walk
Learn to run faster and longer with real-time audio coaching and in-app feedback while you run. Lighten your impact and improve your stride, pace, cadence, and technique for better running performance.
Fine-tune your ride through gear coaching and valuable analytics to launch your biking to the next level. Moov now is your companion and bike computer, keeping you updated on how you’re doing visually on your mobile device and through real-time audio updates.
Moov now gives you lap, stroke, rest, and turn breakdowns, as well as tips for improvement. Leave your mobile device in your locker and sync your swim after.
Cardio Boxing & More
Cardio Boxing: Choreographed boxing workouts and tutorials designed to be interactive, fun, and engaging, while monitoring form and power.
7 Minute+ Workout: Moov will guide you through a body weight workout with both audio and visual coaching in as little as 7 minutes, and even count your reps for you.
|Run & Walk||Cycling||Swimming||Cardio Boxing||Bodyweight|
|Real-time Coaching||Audio||Audio & Visual||In App||Audio||Audio & Visual|
|Heart Rate Monitor Support||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Active Tracking||Cadence, Pace, Impact, Range of Motion, Distance, Elevation||Cadence, Distance, Speed, Elevation||4 stroke recognition, Lap counting, Stroke count, Stroke rate, Distance per stroke, Turn time, Rest time, SWOLF||Velocity, Technique, Power, Timing, Duration||Exercise pace, Progress, Rep counting, Range of motion|
|Additional Features||Training modes, HIIT training, Leveling system, Road mapping||Live map, Road mapping, Route mapping, Shift Assistance, Moov Power||Swim now & sync later, 2 Moov capability||Choreographed workouts, Instructional videos, 2 Moov capability||Instructional videos, Leveling system|
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1) Price. $60 is less expensive than most fitness trackers
2) Battery life. 6 months is the estimate life on a single C2302 battery. You can get a pack of 10 such batteries for <$10 and power this band for 5 years.
3) Water proof. I've showered, swam, snorkeled, etc and no issues yet. I would not advice SCUBA with this band.
4) Simple concept. Active minutes as opposed to steps etc. The formulas behind the scenes account for the level of activity. Typing at a desk will add up to almost 0 active minutes even after a few hours. Walking = 1 for 1 active minutes. This is also where the cons begin...
5) Overly simple concept. Active minutes as opposed to true HR sensing, or something less subjective like steps. I can walk for 30min or run for 30min to achieve the recommended minimum of 30 active minutes. Which do you think is better for my fitness/health/weight loss? Moov also fails to automatically detect intensive exercise. For example, I strap Moov to my ankle (as recommended) for cycling, but unless I put it in cycling mode and maintain a Bluetooth connection for the duration of the ride, Moov can't tell what I'm doing. I recently completed a 2 hour bike ride and Moov registered just 25min of activity. On the flipside, if I connect Moov to my phone via bluetooth and tell it I worked out for 2hrs, but just mill about the house, Moov registers the full 2 hrs as a workout and my estimated calories burned will be through the roof.
6) Poor bluetooth. I cannot get Moov to stay connected to a mobile phone for more than 30min. I've tried on 2 iphones and 2 android devices and it always drops the connection. I assure you that there is nothing more annoying than being 30min into a long run or ride and having Moov yell in your ear "Moov disconnected, reconnect to continue workout" every 30 seconds. You have to stop, reconfigure the phone/Moov, and it kills the workout vibe.
7) Poor sleep detection. Moov does a pretty good job of telling when I fall asleep, but not when I wake up. I often wake up at some point during the night, note the time, get some water, etc and Moov never picks up this waking period. Recently I tested Moov at 2:30 am when I woke naturally. I went to the bathroom, went downstairs, walked out on my porch, took out the trash, washed my hands, got some water, and went back to bed. I was up and walking around for at least 10-15min but Moov shows that I slept through the night. It seems that Moov is somewhat reliant on time of day when detecting sleep and activity levels. Similarly, I took a rare 30min lap last week around 3pm after a tough workout. Moov did not register any sleep.
8) Non existent custom support. For each of the above problems I have contacted customer support. I've sent feedback from the App, I've sent logs. In each case I get a generic paragraph from the help logs about how to deal with this. When I reply stating that I've already tried the obvious I get radio silence. Moov may be growing and maybe this will improve but the appear to have a customer support team of 0-1 and are unable to service their clients.
The innovative concepts behind Moov like the HIIT workouts, multi-activity cycling, and long battery life are what attracted me to Moov. Ultimately I am giving this 3 stars because I got what I paid for $60 for a basic activity tracker with limited functionality compared to more expensive bands. I will re-rate if Moov releases software fixes or I ever hear back from customer support.
Strap:. It comes with two straps, large and small. The fit well for both myself and my wife. I have a small frame despite being 6'3" 210#. I can wear the large on the tightest setting or small comfortably with ease. I wear the large because, although it's easy to remove the device from the strap to put it in the other, I don't like doing it. The small was too small for my ankle which is required running or biking. Rest assured this will NOT come out of the strap. The device is very secure. What might help the design is a band similar to a watch, just to supplement the "clasp" portion. Not that it's not secure, it consists of a small plastic piece that pops two posts into the holes in the band. But for runs it made me nervous the first few times out that I didn't secure it properly and might lose it and not notice. To date though it has never come off or popped out. It's softand, small, and comfortable enough to wear on a daily basis without taking it off. Should hold up nicely for a long time. The device has no display other than a small light that blinks when you sync, nice and clean simple look.
Android App:. It was built for iOS originally but they have since expanded to Android. I have not tested the iOS app so can't compare the two. I find the android app to be just enough data to keep me interested and not too much to end up off in the weeds. I records your basic activity level throughout the day. I use it with Google Fit and find between the two I get a general picture of how lazy I am and what I need to do. FYI the two apps do not sync as of yet but may come in the future. The following is a breakdown of some of the features I have used extensively.
User Interface: Smooth clean and easy to review everything you've done and a basic leaderboard if you've added some friends to compare/compete with.
Sleep: It records sleep, basically breaking it into three categories, restorative (deep), light, and awake. As far as I can figure this is based on your movement throughout the night. If you get up to use the bathroom and its only three steps away and you go right back to sleep without a lot of tossing and turning it usually considers this light sleep, not awake. Which is fine for me because I usually AM asleep in that situation. It's not going g to help you "improve" your sleep, or even "wake you at your peak sleep performance time" or whatever the other brands claim. What it does is give the approximate amount of time and type of sleep you achieved and you compare that to what is best for you. I've found it to be accurate and more than enough for my needs.
Sync: I cannot figure out how/when it automatically syncs but I'm sure it does occasionally. I tend to open the app and take a look at my progress and if it says push your Moov to sync then I do it. It's literally that simple. Open the app and click the top of the Moov. I do not know how long it would store your data if you didn't sync it once a day but if you are not looking at the app at least that much then why bother having the fitness tracker to begin with.
Running/Walking: I'm not an avid runner and after using the app I've learned nor am I even a good runner. But it actually encourages me 1) to run more because I like the feedback 2) to improve my lackluster running ability. You strap it to your ankle and select the running program best suited to your needs, or just open the run my own way.
A simple click of the device and your coach starts telling you what to do and what you're doing wrong. Easy peasy. It tells you you're landing hard, your stride is too long/short, your hips turn too much, you're hunched over, your heads down, your fists clenched, your arms aren't swinging, all of which I have been told in a single run. Before purchasing and even when I got it and saw the device I thought there's no way it can do all that with just a simple quarter sized device strapped to an ankle. But I experienced it and I don't know how but 99% of the time the device is spot on with whatever I'm doing wrong. It's not perfect for sure but it's enough for the average person. Its best used with your phone with you but you can run without your phone. A prevalent complaint I've read is people dont enjoy running with their phones because they're too big. I bought a $9 armband and stuffed my droid turbo in it and found no issue. When you take your phone with you it uses the GPS to record all sorts of additional data which I enjoy looking at, including your specific path with speeds on the map that look like Google maps traffic. After your run it breaks down cadence & range of motion along with landing. It tells you generally where your numbers should be and where you are. As you're running it also speaks to you to help correct the deficiencies and works in conjunction with your music or book. When you wrap up the run it gives you a wealth of info about avg speed, mile time etc.
7+ Minute Workout: First off, read data about the 7 minute workout craze so you have realistic expectations about what it is. With your phone in front of you or nearby you sync up and begin a small circuit using body weight to increase your physical fitness. The Moov shows you on video how to position yourself then records and counts (or does not count) reps of a given exercise. If you mess up in form it corrects you. if you don't perform the exercise completely it doesn't count. Three sets of each exercise with increasing reps and you're done. You earn harder levels as you progress through and increase your reps. Simple as that. Takes me approximately 9 minutes with given breaks and its better than not exercising at all. Like running it records a wealth of information to review and compare upon completion, more than enough for this couch potato.
Other Features: I have NOT yet tested these but based on the what I have done, can't wait to try.
Swimming: I USED to be an avid swimmer and this is one of the main features I purchased it for, sadly I have yet to use it. It appears to be very inclusive as far as recording info so as soon as I test it I'll update with results.
Boxing: Requires two Moov, one on each hand, and watching your phone display. Also appears to include a wealth of info including punch power so can't wait to test that. Also looks like a video game from the videos I've watched online.
Cycling: Another feature I haven't tried but would love to see all the neat stuff they pack into it. It appears to do everything a cadence counter would on your bike with the beauty of audible updates and instruction so you're not checking a display constantly. Will be testing it on road and mountain biking soon.
The Moov team appears to be very receptive to the input of their customers and that is encouraging. As people think of things and email or post to Moov message boards, the company responds which is refreshing.
I'm excited at how good this thing is when it's so new. It really has nowhere to go but up, and will constantly get better. I don't miss the heart rate (although I believe one can be synced with this) or steps or stairs and find the data more than enough for someone who just wants to get fit but is also curious to know what the metrics are of their exercises. It is probably the best price point I've seen for what it includes. Twice the price with twice the features i won't ever care about or use is not a good deal to me. This isn't intended to answer every question someone has, but rather to sway your opinion if you're on the fence about getting into the realm of these gadgets. Unfortunately I was NOT given this at a discount in exchange for my review and frankly I'd love to figure out how so many people are getting all this stuff free or cheap while I pay full price! Will update as my length of ownership increases and as I find new and interesting features or flaws.
Update: Cycling much like the other activities is good. It shows basically the same amount of information you get from a run except cycling specific. I've only used it road riding but there it updates every mile or so with avg speed cadence etc, through your headphones. If you're a hard core rider and want to know what you're spinning more often than once a mile it's not for you, this info is visible real time on the phone screen though if you were to leave your screen on and mounted like a bike computer to the handlebars. I'd say it's again more geared toward someone who's not training for the tour de France but wants to know more biometrics of their ride. After the ride is over you can review all sorts of data including elevations and speeds, cadence, time moving, mile time, etc. It also has a teaching aspect after you ride once or twice and it sets a baseline moov power.