Tuesday , October 17 2017

Good Deal: Get a Xiaomi Mi Band for $20

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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.

Check out the OzBargain website for details of the deal!

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Source: OzBargain.
Thanks: Glen for the tip.

Phil Tann   Journalist

Phil is an Android enthusiast who spends most of his time reading up on U.S. Android news so he can get the low down on what could possibly hit Australian shores. Coming from a background in IT & T sales, he’s in the perfect position to give an educated view on hardware and software.

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9 Comments on "Good Deal: Get a Xiaomi Mi Band for $20"

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maatsby
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maatsby

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
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I bought it in China just $10 about.

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

Will Dutton
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Will Dutton

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

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

Will Dutton
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Will Dutton

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

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

Will Dutton
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Will Dutton

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

Member

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

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