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Microsoft Band helps you live healthier by tracking your heart rate, exercise, calorie burn.

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Comfortable

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Sharp screen

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Accurate heart rate

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Good battery life

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Battery not replaceable

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Microsoft Band helps you live healthier by tracking your heart rate, exercise, calorie burn, and sleep quality, and helps you achieve more with email, text, and calendar alerts at a glance. Advanced sensors track data specific to running, biking, and golfing. Technology from Microsoft Health gives you actionable insights based on your data. Works with Windows Phone, Android, and iPhone.

Healthier living is easier with Microsoft Band. With a continuous optical heart rate monitor, your band tracks your heart rate, steps, stairs climbed, calorie burn, exercise, and sleep quality. Track your weight and compare it with your band data over time, and get actionable insights and useful fitness information in the Microsoft Health phone app and web dashboard.

Reach your fitness goals with custom tracking whether running, biking, golfing, or working out. Microsoft Band has you covered with GPS mapping and the data you want to track most for popular exercises. Guided Workouts designed by pros like Gold's Gym, Shape, and Men's Fitness provide more variety with exercise prompts right on your band.

Stay connected at a glance with notifications that matter most to you right on your wrist. You can see email previews, calendar alerts, and easily check calls, text messages, and social updates. Stay organized with personal reminders you can set with your voice using Cortana.3

Achieve your health goals with Microsoft Band and Microsoft Health. The curved screen on your band makes it comfortable to wear while its eleven advanced sensors track your exercise, sleep, and daily activity. The bright color display is easy to see in sunlight. Technology from Microsoft Health gives you actionable insights based on your data.

Microsoft Band comes in three different sizes and can fit most wrists comfortably. For optimum performance and comfort, it's important to make sure your Microsoft Band fits correctly.

Set wellness goals and get actionable insights to help you live healthier. Microsoft Health combines your fitness data with the power of the cloud giving you actionable, personalized insights, empowering you to live healthier and achieve more. Analyze your data in full-color, easily- understandable charts and graphs in the convenient phone app or the robust web dashboard.

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Features

  • Continuous heart rate monitor tracks your heart rate, calorie burn, and sleep quality
  • Works with Windows Phone, Android and iPhone
  • Get email, text, calendar, and call alerts on the go
  • Tracking for running, biking, golf, and more
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Size Options

  • Large fits wrists 7.1"-8.1"
  • Medium fits wrists 6.4"-7.4"
  • Small fits wrists 5.6"-6.6"
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does it have a GPS mapping website like the nike GPS?

    Yes it does.

  • What is the difference between this version and the first version?

    Biggest differences are that the screen is now a curved amoled screen instead of a flat one and that it has a new sensor that measures barometric pressure, allowing the unit to measure elevation, allowing the tracking of the number of "flights of stairs" that you "go up" throughout your day and exercises. Smaller differences are that the battery is now a singular unit under the clasp instead of on the sides of the band. This makes the unit much more comfortable. The uv sensor is also on the clasp part now instead of being integrated on the face of the unit.

  • Does it really give you your VO2 max?

    It does after you log 5 workouts at high intensity. It uses a method that's not as precise as the one where you actually use a mask, but for non-elite people like me it gives you a really close number. To see your number you need to log into the Microsoft Health website and it compares you to the rest of the population and pros.

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