The Misfit Shine Activity Tracker knows when you’ve been sleeping, it even knows when you’re awake. Seriously. This thing has automatic sleep monitoring that tracks your sleep patterns. The Misfit Shine also tracks your other activities and your exercise routine. It even has a food journal. There’s no charging needed, either. It lasts for 6 months straight. And did I mention it’s waterproof?
Strap On The Misfit Shine Activity Tracker.
This is a great watch for the more active, athletic man. And it looks really, really cool. The Misfit Shine emits a halo of lights to represent progress towards a specific goal you’ve set. These same dozen lights serve an additional function: they represent the 12 hours of a clock. The lights effectively enhance the watch functionality. It has the usual steps, calorie, and distance counters. Furthermore, it features tracking of walking, running, jogging, yogging, biking, and a variety of sports to track your fitness progression. Waterproof to 50 meters, this Misfit wearable can dive into the pool with you and track how many laps you do. It even features a pretty cool Daily Photo Food Journal, which keeps tracks of the meals you eat. The Misfit Shine never needs to charge, so you can always leave it on your wrist. The included(and replaceable) battery lasts for about six months. There is a wristband included as well, but it isn’t entirely necessary. The Misfit Shine can be worn in a variety of different positions and locations. It can clip on to your wrist, your shirt, your shorts, onto your bike, wherever. You can even wear this watch on a chain around your neck. That leads us to the Shine’s greatest feature: its looks. This is an amazing, sleek, minimalist watch that can be worn in any situation or at any event. Casual, formal, at the gym, at the office, it doesn’t matter. The Misfit Shine is compatible with iOS devices as well as Android and Windows phones. You can find the Misfit app on your phones respective App Store. “Watch” out for the Misfit Shine.
The Misfit Shine, Men’s Consensus:
Here’s a pretty in-depth review of the Misfit Shine that I found on YouTube. This guy, LordDraconical, talks about the pros and cons of the Misfit Shine during his time using the tracker. The video covers about a pretty substantial amount of time and gives you an honest, real life experience review of the Misfit Shine. He’s not generally a tech reviewer and so I thought I’d use this review to show what the average man might think of this product. Seems like he had a pretty good time with it and he addresses what is one of the number one complaints of this device, the stability of the rubber wrist band. Check out the video and that should help make up your mind, I know it did for me. Thanks.