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Nike+iPod Challenge

by Chris_Fon / August 4, 2006 1:35 AM PDT

I recently purchased my treasured Nike+iPod sports kit & I would like to issue a challenge to the C|Net users. This is simply because I have no friends who own the sports kit and I would like to try this feature out.

The challenge is for casual, amateur runners and will be a distance task over 30 days. The winner will recieve a lovely medal for their Nike+iPod trophy case.

I'm hoping to start the challenge on Tuesday 8th August, but this can be postponed if no ones up for it.

If your intrested, give me your e-mail by messaging me through my profile.

Good Luck

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(NT) (NT)related; the kit works with any shoe, not just $100 nike
by udayan71 / August 4, 2006 10:02 AM PDT
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by Chris_Fon / August 4, 2006 9:15 PM PDT

I have the sports kit, but I don't own any Nike Shoes. The sensor fits perfectly between the the laces and the tounge of the shoe (as long as your wearing it). I would recommend buying the sensor, even without any Nike Shoes, as it is brilliant, and is a reason to buy the Nano!!

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