This is first and foremost a running watch. It's a run and heart rate tracking device with some smartwatch touches but this isn't about answering your phone and talking into your wrist like Dick Tracy, it's about making you a faster runner.
We've taken it for our first 5-mile run around London's Hyde Park and here are our first impressions.
Adidas miCoach Smart Run: Design
Lined up next to the competition the Smart Run is fairly big but you don't really feel that once it's on your wrist. Big it might be but it's not heavy and the curved underside combined with a soft-touch silicon strap mean it's actually very comfortable.
Far more so than the TomTom Runner with it's slightly more plastic strap and hard edges underneath. The Smart Runner just feels a bit more ergonomic.
Adidas miCoach Smart Run: Set-up
Setting up the Smart Run does take some time. First up, you'll need to have an Adidas miCoach account already set up. If you don't then you'll need to be by a PC.
You can then use the Smart Run's Bluetooth 4.0 work to pair Bluetooth headphones giving you control of your running playlist from your wrist. For those of us who've gone to cloud-based music services it's real shame there's no Spotify.
Adidas miCoach Smart Run: Stats
We put in a first 5-mile run with the Adidas miCoach Smart Run at the same time as using the TomTom Runner and Endomondo Premium running on a Samsung Galaxy S4. Here's how the stats matched up:
Adidas miCoach Smart Run: Verdict
While more time is needed to test things like GPS accuracy and battery life, the Smart Runner looks like next-generation running watch. It's well designed, looks good and packs all the functionality to suit the more casual runner and the amateur working towards a personal best. Stay tuned for a full review
Adidas miCoach Smart Run release date: 1 November 2013
Adidas miCoach Smart Run price: £295
Adidas miCoach Smart Run video hands-on
Hit play to see our first run through with the new GPS running watch from Adidas.
Adidas miCoach Smart Run Smartwatch review: Hands-on
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Adidas recently threw its hat into the smartwatch ring with the arrival of the Adidas miCoach Smart Run smartwatch - a smart, running-focused wristpiece
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