Summary: This is a great product that works really well and is user friendly for us old folks that are not so gadget friendly. I would recommend it for anyone who is looking to be able to keep track of their work outs and even for someone who wants some help to schedule what they should be doing and working todays.
Summary: It took my husband a few times of trial and error to get this to work and sync properly. The instructions aren't very helpful, but now that he knows what to do, it's very fast. One thing to mention is that it does NOT sync with your smart phone unless you buy another separate cable, which he was kind of bummed out about.
Summary: Keeps you motivated by setting goals and giving achievements. The pacer is also great for people like me who are terrible at pacing during a run. Keeps me running faster or slower based on my heart rate so that I dont over exert myself, but also so that I dont slack off too much.
Summary: I honestly can say I've always hated running. It's my least favorite form of exercise. The MiCoach changed that for me. It "keeps me on my toes" pushing me the whole time making sure I'm really giving it my all, while not over doing it. It really is like having a coach right there by your side. I started slow and over the course of a 2 month program I found myself slowly going faster and going further.
Summary: The Adidas Micoach is great for those that need accountability when exercising and it is fun! It comes with all of the reports you need to tweak your workout. I used it to train for a full marathon and it was successful!
Summary: I initially bought the Pacer from a different website and it arrived completely non-functional: it wouldn't even power-up after a hard reset. Not wanting to go without it during the warranty process I instead returned it and bought one from Amazon. The very first thing I noticed about it is that my unit never reaches a full charge. It is supposed to show that it is fully charged after two hours but I have plugged this thing in for ten hours and it never gets there.