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The Adidas miCoach Smart Run doesn't try to be a smartwatch, but rather your perfect training companion.
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The optical heart rate monitor on the back is one of the Smart Run's standout features.
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Similar to the Pebble, users can choose between four different watch faces.
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A single button located on the strap is used to put the watch to sleep, lock it, and power it down.
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The strap features two buckles that keep the watch nicely in place during a workout.
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The Smart Run isn't nearly as bulky as some of its competitors.
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In fact, it's comfortable enough for everyday use.
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Don't lose the proprietary charging dock, it's the only way to charge and transfer music to the Smart Run.
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The device is equipped with a dual-core processor, which makes for a smooth and responsive user experience.
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