Has borne my shine on the wrist for about 17 months. I utilize mainly sleep history that are very high quality, but also the activity history is useful.
I use Android and software have not always lived up to the otherwise high level, hence only "very good" and not "Perfect" rating.
Have andbänt for a few weeks now. Is very satisfied with hardware and app (using the iPhone). Measures both activity and sleep automatically and very good.
Advantages: stylish, six month battery life, waterproof, can be worn in different ways (not just the bracelet)
Disadvantage: send only incremental data to Apple Health.
The design is amazing, Shine is the only activity bands going to wear without looking like a misplaced tagging from Kumla. Likewise, the functionality well there scoring system effectively motivates one to move more and Time mode sleek and functional (actually very relaxing to see the clock with 5-minute precision).
Unfortunately, everything falls into that device fails its essential function even close without approval. It counts together passive consumption with active consumption and delivers an optimist numbers but its like, you wake up in the morning to have gone 1000 steps and consumed 1300 calories .. If you go to the car has apparently gone 600 more step.
Putting a personal goal is fun in itself, it will be pointless when you achieve it through the unit's delight numbers. If you put a case against an active living there shall be achieved by walking the dog during the day, which is pessimistic step count significantly better.
No, Shine is wonderfully stylish and comes with a really nice app. It has, however hopeless accuracy, lacks depth statistics and fail in the end, with its main task, which in my book can only give a grade of "Lousy".