XiaomiMiband

OzBargain is pointing to another great deal today – the Xiaomi Mi Band fitness tracker, delivered for just under AU$20.

The once little-known Chinese manufacturer’s profile increased greatly in 2013 when they picked up Hugo Barra from Google, and since then their market share, profile and product quality has seen a stratospheric rise.

Xiaomi’s Bluetooth connected band handles fitness tracking, sleep tracking, call/message and email notification device. Normally it’ll cost you just shy of AU$50 to get your hands on it, so this is quite the bargain if you’ve got $20 to burn right now.

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    maatsby
    maatsby
    5 years ago

    just thought i’d leave some feedback here for anyone stumbling across this page in the future. i bought one for $20, took 3 weeks to come which is pretty good considering they said allow a month. plugged it in to charge, connected it to an app. everything working really well. Less than 12 hours later: dead. won’t charge, won’t see the phone, no lights on it. what can you expect for $20 i guess?

    TT
    TT
    5 years ago

    I bought it in China just $10 about.

    toast
    toast
    5 years ago

    Ahh. I’m a sucker. I bought one.
    Twenty bucks. It it’s crap, no big loss.

    Will Dutton
    Will Dutton
    Reply to  toast
    5 years ago

    I don’t know what your expectations are but I bought one last month and I’ve been very happy

    toast
    toast
    Reply to  Will Dutton
    5 years ago

    How’s the App for it? Plenty of whinging in its reviews.

    Phil Tann
    Reply to  toast
    5 years ago

    I’ll just leave this here…
    http://en.miui.com/thread-53761-1-1.html

    Will Dutton
    Will Dutton
    Reply to  Phil Tann
    5 years ago

    nice, only bummr is i’ll lose all my data so far but i guess its no use for anything. also toast, if you want to start fitness tracking this is a great way to do it without stumping up a lot of cash

    toast
    toast
    Reply to  Will Dutton
    5 years ago

    Well that was the plan. $20 is a better failed experiment than $120.

    Will Dutton
    Will Dutton
    Reply to  toast
    5 years ago

    as far as i am concerned the only problem with it is that some parts are still in chinese but they are not that imprtant and i have no trouble using it everyday. other than that it’s actually very very slick