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Nike Amp


$79.00 Released October, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Plastic band better for working out. Wireless remote for your iPod. Instant access to power songs and voice feedback.

The Cons:No heart rate monitor. Only works if you have the iPod Sport Kit. One more component cluttering the experience (Sport Kit + Pod + Nano).

The Nike Amp is watch that is also a wireless remote for your iPod that works with the Nike iPod + Sport Kit and Nike+ Ready shoes. Using their integrated Sport Kit technology, the Amp controls when you hear the voice feedback of your vital information during a workout including pace, calories burned, time and distance traveled.

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The iPod controls are situated on the Amp's polyurethane armband with raised bumps for easy navigation while in motion. The time-telling aspects of the Nike Amp are also unique - foregoing a traditional digital display and instead displaying the time using a set of LEDs.

Features

  • Custom-fit polyurethane band with simple stainless steel clasp
  • iPod controls with raised buttons for easy access
  • Instant access to power song directly through armband
  • Instant access to pace, calories, time and distance through voice feedback
  • Water resistant up to 50m

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Pros
  • 6

    plastic band better for working out

  • 4

    wireless remote for your iPod

  • 4

    instant access to power songs and voice feedback

  • 3

    You can also use it solely as a watch

  • 1

    available in 4 colour combinations

  • 1

    easy to set up

Cons
  • 2

    no heart rate monitor

  • 1

    Only works if you have the iPod Sport Kit

  • 1

    One more component cluttering the experience (Sport Kit + Pod + Nano)

  • 1

    resizing is a real pain - taking off the clasp is difficult, requires cutting through the plastic (actually destroying the product - cannot be reused on that larger setting)

  • -1

    Watch LED display hard to read

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