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Adidas miCoach Smart Run

Adidas miCoach Smart Run
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Aug, 2015

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 50 reviews of Adidas miCoach Smart Run. The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Healthcare for all reviews. Reviewers really like the size and performance. The screen and design also get good feedback. Opinions about the durability and reliability are different.

usability, design, screen, performance, size

On average, users rate this product 60/100 and experts rate this product 58/100.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 36 user reviews of Adidas miCoach Smart Run from The average user rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.3/5 for other Healthcare on Opinions about the size and design are on the whole positive. The usability and price also get good feedback, but opinions are divided on the reliability.

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50% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: adidas miCoach Smart Run

Aug, 2015

Expert review by: James Trew (

Adidas miCoach Smart Run review: the almost-perfect training partner


When we first heard about the Adidas Smart Run, we were more than a little eager to try it out. If you're both a techie and a runner, then the boatload o

Performs the job of multiple devices ; Real-time training plans ; Well-built hardware

Poor battery life ; Music playback too quiet ; Unable to export your data

The Adidas miCoach Smart Run is effectively a personal trainer, run tracker and media player you wear on your wrist. It has a premium feel and performs well, but poor battery life and a high price dampen our enthusiasm.

Nov, 2013

Expert review by: Stuart Miles (

Adidas miCoach Smart Run review


Smart watches are all the rage at the moment, particularly those designed for sports. Adidas has added the Smart Run watch to its miCoach personal training system and crammed it full of tech. It includes a strapless heart rate monitor, GPS tracking,...

Heart rate without wearing a chest strap, easy to read, customisable display, music playback via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi auto syncs runs data

Battery life is awful, docking station needed to charge it

As a dedicated sports watch that you only use on training runs the Adidas MiCoach Smart Run smartwatch is fantastic. The interface is clear, the granular detail that you can access through the miCoach website is superb, and the ability to get your...

Nov, 2013

Expert review by: Luke Johnson (

Adidas miCoach Smart Run


Adidas's first running watch is well off the pace.

Comfortable design ; Wrist-based heart rate monitor ; Simple miCoach system

Terrible battery life ; Expensive ; Requires a charging dock

Even with only a basic array of swipe and tap gestures, the watch is easy to control, even when plodding along on a run. What’s more, the screen is easy to read in most lighting conditions, from brightly lit rooms to gloomy night time runs.

Oct, 2014

Expert review by: (

Adidas MiCoach Smart Run review


Adidas' MiCoach Smart Run wants to be your training partner, but does this smartwatch have the legs to keep up with you?

As smart as they come, but not quite fit enough to keep up

Mar, 2014

Expert review by: Tom Morgan (

Adidas MiCoach Smart Run review


Does everything you could want from a fitness gadget, but at the cost of battery life

In spite of this major flaw, the MiCoach is still one of the most comprehensive fitness gadgets around. It eliminates the need for an MP3 player and separate heart rate monitor, has an in-depth training scheduler and doesn't need to be connected to a...

Feb, 2014

Expert review by: Dan Sung (

Adidas MiCoach Smart Run review: Smart enough?


Nike, TomTom, Jawbone, Withings; they all want to help you get fit - or at least want you to buy their products to do so. Wearable sports fitness items have gone berserk since 2012, when bits of plastic worn around the wrist started telling us that we...

The battery and the dock are something of a pain, and the weak Wi-Fi connection can be a farce but using the Adidas miCoach Smart Run watch to get you fit is certainly a better way to go it than on your own. All the same, it does cost £300.

Nov, 2013

Consumer review by: techguy (

Hope it lasts


I bought this on a whim since it was about $100 less. I did not take the time to read reviews beforehand. When I actually got around to it, I noticed some issues with durability, like functions failing after some use. I hope my watch doesn't have those...

Jul, 2015

Consumer review by: Nelsoni (

A expensive, not a durable watch


I have the Adidas miCoach Smartrun for 13 months right now. Pros: - Built in MP3 with bluetooth. - Built in Heart Rate monitor with optical wrist (no straps). - Good coach advices. Cons: - Not durable. In a few months you will notice corrosion as shows...

Apr, 2015

Consumer review by: JMJ3 (

I MOSTLY love this watch


I've had a love/hate relationship with this watch. LOVE: heart rate monitor, music on the watch, GPS accuracy, info loaded to miCoach website; Not Love: Initial setup was frustrating, loses charge quickly, charge station is touchy, had to convert my...

Feb, 2015

Consumer review by: EsideJoe (

Good start, some flaws


MP3 player was a must for me. All competitive offerings have GPS and heart rate sensor. The MP3 player was what I was looking for and what sold it for me. Tired of being teathered to a wire and carrying phone/mp3 player with me. No more fanny packs!...

Feb, 2015