12-30-2014 12:32 PM
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  1. WayCool's Avatar
    I saw a post .. I think on the Band Support site about doing a soft reset to eliminate some of the inaccuracies. I for one have had ZERO issues with the heart rate, calories burn, pedometer etc.. it is IMO very accurate.. I have verified by manually check my pulse using a garmin GPS and comparing workout calorie burn estimates via MFP and it is pretty spot on..

    I guess I'm not seeing all the "issues" unless you mean comfort or some such.. AFA using the device it has worked beautifully for me. I don't see a need at this point to have a separate food intake and tracking outside of MFP. But that is just me and I block googles ads in my browser so the site work quite nicely ;)

    FWIW.. I work out pretty much everyday (Insanity) so it's not like I'm Paul Thurrott measuring my heart rate doing 12 oz curls ;) (all due respect to Paul) Just sayn
    12-30-2014 12:02 PM
  2. mtalinm's Avatar
    agreed I went on a 45min bike ride with a Garmin strap on my chest and got 148 vs 150 avg heart rate. good enough for government work.
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