Overall I thought Lumo Run’s sensor was pretty handy and has the potential to prevent serious injury. It’s also cheaper than hiring a running coach to watch your every stride like elite athletes do.
All in all, this is pretty cool technology, and seems to do a much better job illustrating some of the same metrics that other companies have tried to implement. I specifically like that the unit gives clear guidance on what’s ‘good’ and what’s ‘bad’.
Lumo Body Tech has really pushed the boundaries of what is possible in wearable fitness tech with the Lumo Run. The hardware and app have been mostly flawless and reliable, the app is well designed and usable by all types of runners, the tips to improve form actionable and simple, the exercises on point, the overall experience excellent.
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|Device||Retail Price||Battery Life||Sleep||Activity||Notifications||Alarm||Water Resistant||Heart Rate|
|Lumo Run||$99.99||7 days|
|Atlas Wristband||$249.00||7 hours||Remove|
|Garmin Vivosmart HR||$149.99||5 days||Remove|
|Jawbone UP3||$99.99||7 Days||Remove|
|Lumo Lift Posture Coach||$79.99||Up to 5 days||Remove|