• NB RunIQ
  • NB RunIQ
  • NB RunIQ
  • NB RunIQ
  • NB RunIQ
  • NB RunIQ

Specs / Features


Sync with Strava - Connect and share workouts with a global community of athletes | Bring the music - sync, store and Listen to Google play playlists via Bluetooth Headphones | Map every workout and keep the pace - Track course, pace and distance with built-in GPS and Track time and intervals with dedicated lap button | Track hr - monitor heart RATE in real time and stay in the target zone | Track a marathon - up to 24 hour Battery life with typical Use, or up to 5 hours continuous life with GPS and hr monitoring

Sync with Strava - Connect and share workouts with a global community of athletes | Bring the music - sync, store and Listen to Google play playlists via Bluetooth Headphones | Map every workout and keep the pace - Track course, pace and distance with built-in GPS and Track time and intervals with dedicated lap button | Track hr - monitor heart RATE in real time and stay in the target zone | Track a marathon - up to 24 hour Battery life with typical Use, or up to 5 hours continuous life with GPS and hr monitoring

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Specification

Brand New Balance
Model UW63100
Release date 3-February-2017

Reviews (4.8/10 Avg. rating)


TrustedReviews

Too many shortcomings to be the ultimate running smartwatch

from TrustedReviews
While the New Balance name, one synonymous with running, might lead you to believe this will be a watch that runners would love, the RunIQ is incredibly disappointing. It’s a solidly constructed running watch, yes, with a design that doesn’t exactly break the mould but also doesn’t offend the eye... Full review
Pocket-lint

Runs into some hurdles

from Pocket-lint
The long and short of the RunIQ is that it's not a bad bash at a fitness watch, but it's a bit too plain to be an everyday watch. There's nothing remarkable or anything that truly stands out about it. We wouldn't choose it as our go-to fitness watch or our go-to smartwatch, which leaves it in something of a grey area... Full review
Tom's Guide

Not a good running partner

from Tom's Guide
The RunIQ is branded as an “innovative collaboration” among Android Wear, computer chipmaker Intel, and Strava, but it falls far short of those high expectations. It offers the same standard smartwatch features as the Polar M600 and the Moto 360 Sport, only with a more confusing user experience and inexplicably poor running features... Full review

Amazon.com Reviews Summary

23 from Amazon.com

23 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the NB RunIQ. Ratings are generally negative, averaging 2.6 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

5.2/10

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