Mio 56PGRY

LINK Heart Rate Slate Wristband - Medium

  • Model: 56PGRY
  • Sku: 56PGRY
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  • Continuous Heart Rate Monitoring
  • 99% EKG Accuracy
  • Water Resistant To 98.4 Ft.
  • Five Selectable Heart Rate Zones
  • Bluetooth Smart 4.0 & ANT Technology
  • Fits 4.8 - 6.9" Wrists
SRP $99.00
Off SRP $20.00
Your Price $79.00
  • Manufacturer's Warranty 12 Months Parts
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The Mio Global 56PGRY LINK Wristband is a wrist-worn watch that provides continuous heart rate monitoring so that you can assess your training intensity in real-time. You won't need to wear a chest strap, just the watch. The LINK is tested to perform at 99% EKG accuracy even at speeds of up to 14.4 miles per hour. It's also water resistant so it can stand up to even the most intense workouts. You can select one of five heart rate zones for customization. Connect to your fitness apps and devices wirelessly via Bluetooth Smart 4.0 and ANT technology. The watch is designed to fit 4.8 - 6.9" wrists.

LED lights and an electro-optical cell "sense" the volume of blood under the skin. From there, sophisticated algorithms are applied to the pulse signal so that the heart's true rhythm can be detected, even while running at performance speeds. Connect to your favorite mobile fitness apps like Endomondo Sports Tracker, RunKeeper, MapMyRun, adidas MiCoach, and more through Bluetooth Smart (4.0) technology and ANT technology.

During extensive testing against the top heart rate chest strap brands, Mio ALPHA consistently performed with 99% EKG accuracy, even while running at speeds of up to 14.4 miles per hour. Heart rate training helps you train more efficiently and effectively, so you can optimize your performance and maximize your workout. Mio LINK offers up to five customizable heart rate zones with LED lights that can tell you which zone you're in at any given moment, so you can stay on track with your training goals. Mio LINK delivers performance and comfort. Its soft, durable silicon strap ensures a snug and comfortable fit - there's no need for a bulky chest strap either.
 

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Technical Specs ↑ Back to Top

Band Size Medium
Watch Strap Silicone
Compatibility Select Android Devices
Select Apple Devices
Color Slate
Water Resistant 30 Meters

Dimensions

Unboxed
Height 1.13 in
Width 7.38 in
Weight 4.8 oz
Depth 0.5 in
Boxed
Height 3.9 in
Width 5.3 in
Weight 5.92 oz
Depth 2.6 in

Package Contents

  • Owner's Manual
  • Charging Cable
  • Lithium Battery

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MioLINK Heart Rate Wristband
 
4.2

(based on 270 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (135)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (88)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (23)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (13)

85%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Reviewed by 270 customers

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5.0

Ideal for female, No more chest strap !

By Jpro

from New Jersey, United States

Comments about Mio LINK Heart Rate Wristband:

As a female and already wearing a sports bra, we don't need even more stuff to have around our chest area. The wrist monitor is ideal, you really don't even notice it. Definitely the way to go for the girls in my opinion.

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4.0

Love the strap. Need a new clasp!

By TFCC

from Manhattan, New York, NY, United States

Comments about Mio LINK Heart Rate Wristband:

Hi guys I love the product. So much better than the garmin chest strap. Sadly though, the clasp broke 2 weeks in. How do I get a replacement? Thanks

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3.0

MIO Link OK, charger not so much

By Casper

from Norfolk, VA, United States

Comments about Mio LINK Heart Rate Wristband:

Happy to ditch the chaffing strap. MIO Link is ok though the blinking lights are of little use for real time feedback. Despite meticulous cleaning, the charger contacts corroded to the point that they are useless. Must be a different material than the contacts on the MIO itself since those are fine. Now have to spend another 15 bucks plus shipping to replace it (or throw out the dead MIO and go back to the strap).

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3.0

Signal drops out...

By Catchblonde

from Indiana

Comments about Mio LINK Heart Rate Wristband:

Sometimes it works really well, other times the signal constantly drops out, showing periods of zero heart rate, which I wave to assume seriously messes with the accuracy of an average heart rate... and I can't figure out what is causing it. I use it for the same work outs, in the same places, and sometimes the little chart showing your heart rate tracks perfectly, other times it has drop outs every few minutes. I wear it in the same place on my arm, same tightness... I don't understand the inconsistency. When it does work, however, it is an excellent metric for effort... The heart rate zones are easy to customize, I like the app, it syncs well with my map your run app and my vivosmart...

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4.0

Good, Sometimes

By Andrea85

from Cleveland, OH, United States

Comments about Mio LINK Heart Rate Wristband:

The bottom line with this HR monitor is that it is WAY more comfortable than a chest strap. However, if you are using it on it's own without a Garmin or similar device, it's extremely difficult to see the blinking light out in the sun, making it nearly useless. When you do use it with a Garmin or similar device I found that the signal was only accurate when I wore both on the same wrist. If I wore the Mio on my left and my Garmin on my right it didn't seem to read accurately. So, this Mio seems to have both its uses and its limitations.

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5.0

Quintessential Continuous Heart Rate Monitor

By OkcKen

from Oklahoma City, OK, United States

Comments about Mio LINK Heart Rate Wristband:

I've gotten hooked on road biking within the last two years, so I've been slowly acquiring all the necessary gadgetry. I was looking for a high quality continuous heart rate monitor that could wirelessly sync data to a Bluetooth/ANT+-enabled bike computer. After much research, I decided to go with the Miolink for two reasons. Firstly, the sensor was invented by Philips, whose breakthrough technologies have made them pioneers in the medical equipment field. I knew right away that I could trust this product to give me reliable results. Secondly, I loved that the Miolink is a wristband as opposed to a chest strap. Such convenience and comfort are a definite plus. The Miolink was the perfect answer to my search. I have a Cateye Padrone Smart bike computer and the Miolink communicates seamlessly with the Cateye. And while my computer uses Bluetooth, I'm glad Mio thought to make the device both Bluetooth and ANT+ compatible--something I'll value even more when I choose to upgrade. What else can I say? Bluetooth+ANT+, Philips sensor, rechargeable battery, and continuous monitoring at an affordable price. In my humble opinion, Mio has set the standard for wearable heart monitoring devices

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3.0

Great idea that works erratically

By okevin

from Philadelphia, PA, United States

Comments about Mio LINK Heart Rate Wristband:

I love the features of this monitor, but it does not always give an accurate result. At times the reported heart rate is impossibly high or low. Overall it is enough to suit my needs. Would love to see a more stable version.

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3.0

Flawed

By rupert

from Auckland, NZ

Comments about Mio LINK Heart Rate Wristband:

Have owned for a month. Syncs flawlessly with iPhone6 and Garmin edge. Well made, smart appearance and easy to understand. iPhone app a bit too basic. I would prefer greater access/details to zones etc when not connected to Mio. Battery struggles to survive full 8 hours - 6 is more likely. I wear during spin class and have had no real time issues with accuracy although when reviewing the very basic heartbeat graph on the iPhone app repeatedly shows heart rate going to zero (presume either loss of signal or HR reading) making average heart rate stats erroneous. Even worse when out on the road, every so often, the heart rate readout falls to around 75- 90 and is very slow to lift back up even when I am working anaerobically (smashing a hill climb). This could be temperature related as I am cycling between +10 and down to -2 degrees. Whilst cycling alongside a railway track the heart rate readout went crazy rising to 188. I am 54 and was able to speak normally at this stage and am definitely not Superman (MHR around 178). No one around me had HRM so don't think it was anybody else's signal. As per suggestions I have the sensor inverted on the inside of my wrist above my watch strap and tight enough to leave strap indentations. Any tighter would be seriously uncomfortable. Haven't tried on the upper forearm yet and suspect strap is too short. Finally strap can be cumbersome and end bit can come free easily to flap around. However I will get used to that. Great first attempt but needs some refinement Any suggestions to improve performance would be very welcome. OK for fun but not for serious HR zone training. Looking forward to an app upgrade. Finally I must turn the HR alarm off on the Garmin as it tells everyone when I am stuffed and signal the perfect time to launch an attack.

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2.0

Great...except for the Bluetooth radio...

By SteveM

from Sacramento, CA, United States

Comments about Mio LINK Heart Rate Wristband:

Does it track my heart rate? Yes. Does it do so accurately? Yes. Unfortunately, when it drops connection to my iPhone repeatedly during workouts, it's essentially useless to me. This is the second Link I've tried, and I've had similar issues with both. Doesn't matter which wrist I put it on or how I place it on my wrist. It's just a bad Bluetooth radio, and that makes for a worthless device since it isn't storing any of the heart data it's reading. The Fuse has a better radio, but the additional cost is too much since it's added functionality isn't of interest to me. Back to a chest strap for me, sadly...

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3.0

Better Than a Chest Strap But Battery is Problem

By SuperSIX

from Redondo Beach, CA, United States

Comments about Mio LINK Heart Rate Wristband:

I bought mine back less than a year ago but the battery has been problematic. It has died before my ride was over (most of my rides are less than 2hrs and longest 6 hours). Sometimes it wasn't adequately charged but it appeared to be until it died early in the ride or failed to turn on at the beginning due to low/no charge. The charging adapter is poorly designed.

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