The new Nike+ FuelBand SE and the free FuelBand app on your iPhone or iPod touch help you increase your activity in a way that's smart, simple, and fun.
Track your active life with revolutionary NikeFuel
NikeFuel is a single, universal way to measure all kinds of activities—from your morning workout to your big night out. This uniquely designed metric applies to whole-body movement no matter your age, weight, or gender.
The smart way to get more active
FuelBand tracks how much, how often, and how intensely you move. So go ahead and set a daily NikeFuel goal for how active you want to be. You'll receive move reminders for an extra push to get you moving every hour. And monitor the intensity of your workouts with NikeFuel Rate and Nike+ Sessions.
See your progress on the FuelBand's LED display at the press of a button. And now with Bluetooth 4.0 you stay constantly connected to the FuelBand app on your iPhone or iPod touch as it syncs the data from your band with your Nike+ account and gives you feedback and motivation as you need it.
More fun with friends and challenges
Now there are more ways to connect with your friends so you can keep each other going. Create or join a group and go after a goal together. Nike+ trophies and new milestones keep you motivated with numerous ways to celebrate reaching your goals.
Remember to download the Nike+ FuelBand app
The FuelBand app on your iPhone or iPod touch lets you see your daily activity breakdown, set goals, and view your progress by week, month, or year. It also automatically sends all your information to your Nike+ profile online.
Sized to fit
To determine the right size for you, please consult the sizing chart in the product photos above. Each band comes with two easy-to-insert links to make it larger—so when in doubt, select a smaller size.
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- Earns NikeFuel, a universal way to measure movement for all kinds of activities
- Tracks the intensity of your workouts with Nike+ Sessions
- Shows your real-time progress on the LED display
- Keeps you and your friends motivated through Nike+ Groups
- Comes in four colors
- Stays constantly connected with Bluetooth 4.0
- To select the right size for you, please consult the sizing chart (included in the product photos above)
Did you notice?Download the free Nike+ FuelBand app for more insights and motivation.
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What's in the Box?
- Nike+ FuelBand SE
- Two easy-to-insert links (0.32 in./ 8 mm and 0.63 in./16 mm) for a fine-tuned fit
- Sizing tool
- USB charging cable
- Form Factor: Armband
- Mfr. Part Number: WM0110-083-M/L
- UPC or EAN No.: 887229103831
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: One-year limited
- To select the right size for you, please consult the sizing chart
When you upgrade your existing FuelBand account to the new FuelBand 2.0 app, it may take some time depending on connectivity and the amount of data you have. Sit tight, a green progress indicator will keep you updated on your progress. We want to make sure we don’t miss a single step.
To use this app, you'll need a Nike+ FuelBand and iOS 7.0 or above.
This app works for both FuelBand 1.0 and FuelBand SE.
For the FuelBand SE, an iPhone 4S or higher is required.
For the FuelBand 1.0, an iPhone 4 or higher is required.
Nike+ FuelBand is the smart, simple and fun way to get more active by measuring your everyday activity and turning it into NikeFuel. Your Nike+ FuelBand wirelessly connects to your app, allowing you to see your progress on your mobile device and get the motivation you need to get moving.
· View your progress against your goal broken down by week, month or year.
· Save all your information directly to your Nike+ profile online.
· Customize your device display, change the time and update your Daily Goal - straight from the app.
· Track NikeFuel and intensity for specific activities with Nike+ Sessions.*
· Your friends, family, trainer or coworkers help keep you motivated with Nike+ Groups.
· Stay active by enabling Move Reminders in your Device Settings that encourage you to Win the Hour.
· New trophies encourage you to stay active and give you bragging rights.
· Compete for the top slot on your Friend leaderboard.
· Share your day, photos and personal bests with your friends.
· Stay constantly connected to your app with Bluetooth 4.0.*
Need help? Get support at nikeplus.com/support.
* Nike+ Sessions and Bluetooth 4.0 are only available with Nike+ FuelBand SE. …
Ratings & Reviews
Good activity tracker. Terrible ecosystem - no Sleep, BP, heart rate option
I bought one of these from the Apple store because I see a lot of folks walking around with them, and there is a certain "cool" fa I bought one of these from the Apple store because I see a lot of folks walking around with them, and there is a certain "cool" factor about these fitness bands.
There were also some reviewers who claimed that these now also do a better job of monitoring sleep.
What I like:
Easy charging by pugging directly into a USB port.
Constant-connected bluetooth low energy.
Firmly connected to your wrist (unlike the product I switched to)
What I don't like:
Not nearly the battery life of the product I switched to.
More expensive than the product I switched to.
Does not take pulse, like the product I switched to.
ONLY measures activity, no sleep - like the product I switched to.
No options to link accounts to other data (like the product I switched to)
In short this is a great product to measure your activity. It is terrible, however, at a holistic tracking of all the other health things you may want to keep track of. For $50 less you can get products that do what the fuel band does, track sleep, track heart rate AND integrate to wifi scales, blood pressure monitors etc. …
- Written by Jeremy L from Cincinnati
165 of 188 people found this useful
I wanted to love it, but...
As an "original Fueldband" owner, there was a lot to like about this band. The sessions feature was pretty slick, as was the "win As an "original Fueldband" owner, there was a lot to like about this band. The sessions feature was pretty slick, as was the "win the hour" reminders (when I actually saw them). Alas, this seems to be a case of Nike over-promising.
The most significant issue with the Fuelband SE is that Nike has designed the ambient light sensor so that the watch gets dimmer in direct sunlight, rather than brighter. The result is that the SE was almost impossible to see in direct sunlight. Unlike my original FuelBand, which was easily read, the SE was so dim I almost couldn't tell it was on. Shading it with my hand resulted in the LEDs brightening up a bit, but even then, my original was easily 2-3x brighter. As someone who lives where there are a lot of sunny days, I just can't justify wearing something that gets dimmer the brighter it is.
Second, the "win the hour" feature, while neat, never really seemed to work. I can count on one hand the number of reminder messages I've seen in the six days since I've had the SE. It's supposed to flash a message across the screen and play an animation, but the problem is that you'll miss it if you don't happen to glance at your watch right that moment. So basically, if you glance at your watch at 10 minutes to the hour (or maybe it's after the hour) each hour, you'll see the message. Of course, if you've remembered to look for the message, you don't exactly need a reminder. The iOS app is supposed to have reminders, but I never saw one (iOS 7, iPhone 5).
The app itself is something of a disaster. There's a lot to love, but it's plagued with connectivity issues and, as mentioned, doesn't do reminders.
In short, the things that have been promised prove to be the very things that don't perform as expected. "Win the Hour" is useless to me if I never see the reminders (either on the watch or in the app). Sessions are great, but if I can't even see the display when I'm out running, what good is it if I can only check progress once I get inside? A fancy app is certainly nice, but what goes does it do me if I spend as much trying to get a stable connection as I do actually using it?
This is kind of a sad day for me, as I've returned my SE. I was extremely excited to get this as an early Christmas gift and really wanted to love it, but Nike's given me a product that's a step backwards in usability (this seems to be a trend with high-end tech companies these days. I'm looking at you, Apple). Basically, I "up"graded to something I couldn't see in the sunlight, that gave me movement reminders so infrequently that I never saw them, and would go for hours upon hours not connecting to the app (usually requiring me to kill the app and restart it). I've gone back to my original FuelBand and am happy to be back to usability, though it's starting to show enough wear that I may have to replace it soon (FitBit perhaps?). I feel like Nike hit a home run with the first band, but in trying to improve with the SE ultimately took a step backwards.
I would *strongly* advise against upgrading to this version if you're a 1.0 user. I'm willing to bet those who have never had a FuelBand will be perfectly happy with the SE, but those who owned v1 may be sorely disappointed. I know I am. …
- Written by Carl S from Fort Worth
151 of 172 people found this useful
Sadly Returned the Fuel Band SE
After wearing the original Fuel Band for about a year and a half, I was excited to upgrade to the new band. I had several technic After wearing the original Fuel Band for about a year and a half, I was excited to upgrade to the new band. I had several technical problems, but when I got it working is when I was really disappointed. The upgrades seemed like a step in the wrong direction, and I had some very strange data downloads that coincided with using the app. Neither Verizon nor Nike could confirm that the app is what drove the data usage, but I didn't have it before and I haven't had it since I got rid of the Nike Fuel Band app.
Not sure if I am going to go back to the older Fuel Band or try something new.
Buyer beware or at least wait until Nike works the kinks out. …
- Written by David B from Los Angeles
126 of 141 people found this useful
I will be returning my nike fuelband SE after a week of use. Nike claims that it measures "all your activity" - that is, if all yo I will be returning my nike fuelband SE after a week of use. Nike claims that it measures "all your activity" - that is, if all your activity requires moving your arms in a running motion.
The fuelband awards few-to-no points for activities like yoga and weightlifting, but will award you half a days worth of fuel if you drive for a couple hours or write furiously.
The only activity this works well for is walking or running (although it vastly underestimates steps on its pedometer). I will be returning the fuelband for a more inclusive band, like the fitbit or jawbone. …
- Written by Kurt P from Wayne
2 of 2 people found this useful
Absolutely love my fuelband SE
I'm beyond shocked to see the negative reviews about the fuelband, but to each, their own. I use my band every single day and neve I'm beyond shocked to see the negative reviews about the fuelband, but to each, their own. I use my band every single day and never leave home without it. I am an avid crossfitter and look forward to looking at my progress tracked by my fuelband after each class. The only thing I don't like is that the calorie burning is very inaccurate, but I don't care to track that part of my workout. I love the app that I pair my band with on my iPhone as well. Both SO easy to use. The light is perfectly lit, there are so many options of how to customize your band and it comes with the option to expand the band, if necessary. I HIGHLY recommend the fuelband SE. …
- Written by Hadar B from Phoenix
7 of 10 people found this useful
i really like this Fuelband, it really counts every my activities. and everyday, i felt like join a game by earning NikeFuel. More i really like this Fuelband, it really counts every my activities. and everyday, i felt like join a game by earning NikeFuel. Moreover, it is my motivation and i always effort to reach my goal. Actually, i wrote this review after i have been using this Fualband 2 weeks. and i saw how it was useful to me. i have increased my set goal everyday to challenge myself, and i lost 15 pounds after 2 weeks. so excited. Beside that, i love the way its design, looks so stylist, especially the black gold i had. Recommend to who want to have dynamic life. =)) …
- Written by khoi T from Garland
8 of 12 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Does it have a heart monitor?
- Asked by Paige N from Watertown
- Apr 24, 2014
No, it does not
- Answered by Dandi C from Lake Orion
- May 12, 2014
is that means i have to carry my ios device if i'm running even i'm wearing the nike fuel band?
- Asked by 昊贤 何 from 越秀区
- May 11, 2014
YES, as long as you are within a certain distance (10m).
- Answered by Shaun Y from Miami
- Jul 1, 2014
Is it waterproof? To what depth?
- Asked by Jared S from Santa Clarita
- Nov 5, 2013
It is water-resistant, so you can wear while you shower and washing hands. It shouldn't be submerge It is water-resistant, so you can wear while you shower and washing hands. It shouldn't be submerged in water. …
- Answered by Jonathan B from Randolph
- Mar 22, 2014
Does fuel band map where you run?
- Asked by Emily H
- Nov 22, 2013
Nope, but you can tag the location of your session.
- Answered by Levent O from Walnut
- Jan 30, 2014
Are the bands waterproof and shock proof?
- Asked by Truly D from Canyon Lake
- Nov 4, 2013
It's water resistant, not waterproof.
So you can wear it when you shower or wash your hands and stu It's water resistant, not waterproof.
So you can wear it when you shower or wash your hands and stuff like that, but not while you are swimming. You wouldn't want it to ever be submerged in water.
Shock proof I can't speak to. …
- Answered by Megan O from Dallas
- Nov 6, 2013