Nike + iPod Sensor

Nike + iPod Sensor

NZ$ 29.00

3.0 out of 5 stars

Based on 237 reviews

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Product Information

  • This wireless sensor works with your iPod nano*, iPod touch (2nd generation or later), iPhone 3GS or later, to track your workouts. Insert it into the built-in pocket beneath the insole of your Nike+ shoe and pair it with your existing Nike + iPod receiver attached to your iPod nano.

    iPod touch (2nd generation or later), iPhone 3GS or later, include Nike+ support built in. So you can get all the benefits of the Nike + iPod Sport Kit without the extra receiver.

    This sensor is also perfect as a replacement for a sensor that has been lost or has exhausted its battery. Or it's great if you want to have a sensor for a second pair of Nike+ shoes.

    Please note: This package includes only the Nike + iPod wireless sensor. If you also need the wireless receiver for iPod nano, purchase the complete Nike + iPod Sport Kit.

  • What's in the Box?

    • Wireless sensor for Nike+ shoes
    • Printed documentation
  • Tech Specs

    • Height: 3.5 cm
    • Width: 2.4 cm
    • Depth: 0.8 cm
    • Weight: 6.5 g
  • System Requirements

    • Mac OS X version 10.3.9 or later
    • PC with a USB 2.0 port and Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP Home or Professional (SP3) or later
    • iPod nano* with the Nike + iPod Sport Kit receiver
    • iPod touch (2nd generation and later)
    • iPhone 3GS or later
    • Nike+ shoes
    • USB 2.0
    • iTunes 10 or later (available via free download)
    • Nike.com account
    • Internet access

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Ratings & Reviews

Rating Breakdown (3.0 average)
Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
  • Works great.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I bought the new (at the time) second generation Nano back in Oct. 06 and bought the Nike+ kit the same day. I've ran over 270 day I bought the new (at the time) second generation Nano back in Oct. 06 and bought the Nike+ kit the same day. I've ran over 270 days this year and all of them have been with the Nike+.

    I can't believe all the reviews talking about how bad the battery life is. Not only that but they mention following the instructions on how to maximize said battery life. In a year I've not done one thing to my sensor except put it in two newer pairs of shoes. I never take it out. I never turn it off. It's in my shoes through -5º days, it's in there in 95º days. It's been through rain, sleet, snow and not once have I even thought about removing it to dry out.

    Finally a year later it's time for a new one. For about a week I knew I was running faster/farther than the data showed. Sure enough today I received a message on the Nano stating my sensor battery was low and needed replacement. Not bad.

    I think I can pony up for a new sensor yearly. Especially since I've found you only need to buy the sensor and not the whole kit.

    • Written by from Greencastle

    1662 of 1983 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Works great.
  • Good, but you have to buy one every year

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    My wife and I have really liked using the Nike + Ipod system for the last year or so. We both like how it keeps info about each of My wife and I have really liked using the Nike + Ipod system for the last year or so. We both like how it keeps info about each of our runs and I know I definitely run more after buying it. However, be aware that you'll need to buy a new sensor every year. We bought ours at the same time last year, and this year, within a few days, both of ours had ran out of juice and needed replacing - $40 + shipping for two of them. Still worth it, but it would be nice if future versions had a way of replacing the battery.

    • Written by from Bellingham

    1456 of 1737 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Good, but you have to buy one every year
  • Needed this a month ago...

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    This is a great product, but a little advertising would have been nice. A month ago I needed a sensor and had to buy the entire k This is a great product, but a little advertising would have been nice. A month ago I needed a sensor and had to buy the entire kit. I would have much rather bought just the sensor. This should have been out since the kits started selling.

    • Written by from Richfield

    909 of 1366 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Needed this a month ago...
  • So far so bad

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    I bought this last night and it synced real easily. Then I went to run and my iPhone 4 will read it every now and then. All the su I bought this last night and it synced real easily. Then I went to run and my iPhone 4 will read it every now and then. All the sudden it pauses my workout. I hate it! I'm going to give it another shot tomorrow and see what happens.

    • Written by from Maplewood

    3 of 7 people found this useful

    Was this useful? So far so bad
  • Nice Concept but has bugs!

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    I really liked the sensor, but, as others have indicated, it keeps pausing mid-workout. It's so frustrating. It pauses for no re I really liked the sensor, but, as others have indicated, it keeps pausing mid-workout. It's so frustrating. It pauses for no reason and, when you try to resume workout, it asks to "walk around to activate sensor", but it never activates. This has happened numerous times now, and I've only had the sensor for two weeks. Plus, it keeps coming out of my shoe. This morning, it fell out somewhere along the way and you know...I don't feel bad at all.

    • Written by from Livingston

    4 of 5 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Nice Concept but has bugs!
  • Almost Useless

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Even with constant calibration after every run, the Nike+ is incapable of providing an accurate distance. I've confirmed the dista Even with constant calibration after every run, the Nike+ is incapable of providing an accurate distance. I've confirmed the distance I run with several websites, and a calibrated sensor I use on my bike. The distances between the website and the bike sensor are the same. The Nike + sensor was a waste of money. I strongly recommend NOT buying one.

    • Written by from Pembroke Pines

    6 of 8 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Almost Useless

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