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Sony SmartBand SWR10

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  • Decent
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    + Tracking sleep good
    + Comfortable and good battery life of about 5 days
    + Counts steps reasonably well
    + Good NFC and Bluetooth communication

    - Works only with Lifelog
    - Notifications not working completely to Samsung mobiles
    - Get different notifikationslampor
    - Complicated with different apps to control the bracelet
    - No screen (a bit what you're looking for)
    Today, there is certainly more clever band out there
  • Terrible
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Impossible to use without creating an account that uploads all your personal data to Sony. Do you have any concerns about privacy, so require apps required to use this, just about all of the accesses to the phone and the data collected must be sent to Sony for you to sign anything. This goes in electric garbage.
  • Decent
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Smoothly, it is for the most part. Lightweight, comfortable and with good battery life but loses all too often the contact with the cell phone. Not quite sure that it's just clever band's fault but the NFC seems to work best at random. Once it works, it is fun even if the band sometimes find in some exciting activities at me sometimes
  • Very Poor
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    FAR TOO FEW FEATURES AND OPPORTUNITIES!
    The actual bracelet seems to work fine, but its functionality is limited significantly by Sony Lifelog app, which is the only app bracelet can be used with.

    The analysis includes the steps / promenadtid, calls to make, where you are and which apps you use. And to control the music by pressing the bracelet. But, only if you use Sony's own apps. I use othe, better apps for music and audio books, which are not recorded in the Life log and then I can not pause / play (mm) songs through the bracelet.

    I can not get the overview of how my days look like, which I thought was the point of the Smart Band, as there are few features to begin with and it is not possible to correct or add activities.
    Unable to add when you work, training (other than steps / walk), performing household chores, performs interests, social (other than via apps IG, facebook or talking on the cell phone). So if I meet friends for coffee, so will not appear in Lifelog'en if I do not facebook'ar simultaneously.

    Analysis of sleep and transport are both substandard.

    This type of control may be good for parents to be able to have, where children can not go in and change afterwards which apps they used, what they listened to or photos they have taken.

    Using the app requires that you agree that Sony may have access to all; height, weight (which you must register to create your account), app usage, where you are and everything else otherwise.
    It looks like you can log in via the G +, but in practice it does not work, instead you must use the Sony Network account because it does not feel at other user accounts.

    At the moment it feels just like a surveillance by Sony (and I am not otherwise conspiratorial total), which I additionally paid for.

    If Sony improves the app's features and deletes the requirement that they share all the info, it might be worth trying again. Perhaps.

    I am glad that my was heavily discounted, because it's definitely not worth the recommended price (according sonymobile.com/se) at 999 SEK.
  • Very good
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    A little tricky to install multiple apps but once in place. I do not care if I surfed or facebookat but it's just fine to put flexible targets on calories, walking and running. When it also vibrates for calls is just fine has already saved me 5 times in two weeks now you can finally have your phone in your pocket and still feel the calls. Wake at the right sleep patterns also work beyond expectations. It would have needed a display when chasing the objectives of the end of the day now get sync bit too much.
  • Terrible
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Android is the big problem with the bracelet.

    To begin with, it takes three (!) Separate apps to use it, this includes Lifelog app required in order to use it as an activity bands. The problem, as everything else to junk software Android, is that the only system requirement listed is "4.4-device" while the list of demands should be more detailed.

    Installed whole package of apps on an LG phone and then came not get past the login screen in Lifelog because the app crashed or gave white screen every time I tried to create an account (went course not to use their Google account even though the option was included). Do not go there either creating an account via the computer and log in, it would have been too easy.

    Do you happen to have a Sony phone so it is highly unclear whether the apps will work (the band also has a number of features that only work on Sony phones despite not given any notice of this) and the band becomes unusable.

    Throw out your Android phone through the window, get the iPhone and get started in 2 minutes with a band such as Jawbone Up. That's the best advice and review I can give.
  • Very good
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Have now had this little calculator on the arm for a few days on it feels very comfortable. It has figured out everything I have done in seconds. As I even forgot that I have made.

    I checked some of the apps that had support for it on I found an app so I can also use it as a tool. such that I tap it out gently with my hand so that the cell phone changes the sound mode from sound to vibration and also be able to call, I knock two fast
  • Decent
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    It was interesting to watch the sleep curve. The bracelet is hard to get on the wrist but fits well. I had no trouble sleeping with the bracelet.
    The pedometer works like that.
    Now is the best in the drawer ...
    Horace76c: The alarm works great on my HTC One, M7.
  • Very good
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Works very well, surprisingly well. Needed a little more calibration when it comes to walking / running and bike / car. It goes on easily from car to bicycle just running a little slow. Should be more logical to making that one does not suddenly are out o bikes;-).
    Had been full marks if it worked for Runkeeper.
  • Very Poor
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Really bad, expects gross error on the steps, the app works poorly. The only good thing is that you can set alarms that vibrate. Ports in the agency.
  • Good
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Became a brief acquaintance when I decided to go back to my HTC.

    Is it only a 7 because I did not have time to evaluate all functions.

    However, needless to say from what I could experience the'd been given a 9a.
    It sits comfortably, and you do not think that you have it on your arm directly.
    Handy to have the phone on silent constant and only get the vibes on the wrist when something happens.
    Liked alarm function sharply so you did not have oyster awaken in the morning.
    Disadvantage, however, that the alarm function only works with Xperia phones ?!
  • Perfect
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Fantstisk thing! It logs running, walking and cycling and other transport with impressive precision. Works well with last uppaderingen of Lifelog. Glad the app plots every man has gone during the day on the map. Alarm clock is canon. A practical feature is that you can pause and change tracks on Spotify when running or just as a remote control at home.
  • Decent
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Pretty fun product, but I miss it not ready to assess the cycling etc (if you do not have a Sony Experia phone).

    Big plus get the least sleep analysis and väckarklocks function.
  • Poor
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    A damn expensive pedometer is what it is. Shall man to ride a bike 70 km will count (lifelog app) calories as if you walked that time. The results are misleading what to do, gymar, bicycles, playing soccer and so on. My phone alone does a better job when it comes to training statistics.
  • Decent
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    yes this band e supreme, but is missing a part, do not use the logging

    + You may have silently on and it vibrates when a call, text and email
    + Wake up
    + Wireless connection with NFC :)
    - Expensive before some rubber and plastic
    - Could have been a display that Samsung gear fit, the e bit more quality on the tape

    but I use it and get notifications and it helps me a lot
  • Perfect
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Funny thing!
  • Excellent
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Simple and smooth, it works without problems. Alarm clock is good when you can wake up discreetly without alerting others.
    hoping for more features so eventu on.
  • Perfect
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Works really well and does everything it should. Easy to join late, they just honk and drive! Fun to see how you sleep at night with lifelog app and how jewelery you go, using mobile, calorie burning, etc.
  • Very good
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Hope the other colors and other accessories like necklace pops up as soon as possible. First impressions after a few days is very good. Works great to Spotify and Walkman. The wake function, I have not had time to test as mkt yet but will probably be very useful. Just hope Sony continues to provide with new updates so it does not feel old after two or three months. ????
  • Perfect
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Really convenient little gadget, once you know how it works so it is very useful.

    + Keeps track of your activity (counts steps and speed, etc.)
    Using the app Lifelog logged most of what you do, music listening, how long you've gone, how long you ran, how long you slept, how you slept, etc.
    + Sleep Tracker & Alarm when you sleep like ytligast
    + Ability to control eg Spotify or Walkman app on your phone
    + NFC communication
    + Sits really nice on the wrist
    + Good standby (which also appears in the phone)

    - Right now nothing

    Was a bit tricky how you got started control of music in the beginning I thought, but it turned out to be using the taps on wristbandet.
    After clicking once on it and the lights will light up so you can tap directly on it and it will start playing music, tap 2 times as changing the song, 3 times it will change back to the previous song. For this to work, you must also set the "Music Player" as the selected app under "Smart Band" in "Smart Connect" app.

    Hope this helps someone.
  • Good
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Does what it promises, but it made a lot. It has no support for training or food. Would have been better to have it as a training partner instead of a pedometer with a vibrator.
  • Very good
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Came with the phone, one of the reasons that I bought it, now that it was time to change.
    Design wise it's probably no big shot, sony can do fancier stuff.
    But it vibrates when you receive sms / call and the main point for me was that it wakes you up when you sleep most easily.
    Tested this 2nätter now and it works great. Vibrates pretty strongly and I wake up without waking my partner or dog. Making these two correct happy too.
    It keeps track of calories burned and steps etc.. How much you listened to music and so on.
    It disconnects itself and loses contact drinker which is Irritant when it vibrates 3 times. But it is also solved safely in future updates.
    It will apparently go to "lose" it, and pause / play music when it is running.
    It does not work in spotify but only in walkman what I took it as so far. Maybe even this be fixed in future updates.
    Battery life is said to five days but so far I'm up at 3, and it will need to be charged tomorrow ...