Official unboxing of Nike Fuel Band on day 1 of launch (22nd February 2012).
Bought from nikefuel****
I had bought the original Nike+ on day 1 back in 2006 and fell in love with it.
Guess I'm continuing the tradition.
Am pumped about the Fuel Band.
Unboxing was a very "Apple" like experience.
Except for a few issues (Snow Leopard vs. Lion).
Nike Running customer support wasn't much help but fortunately got it figured out otherwise.
Check out updates on the experience on twitter raqib
Thanks for watching!
This is my review of the fuel band after a 4 days of using... should have done the review after a hard workout, but i try to get the vid up as time permitting.
Running counts. Jams count. Style counts. Splits count. Basketball, soccer, tennis, football, snowboarding, skiing, lacrosse, baseball, softball - those all count. Walking, flying, training, cardio, jumping, stacking, taking the stairs - they all count too.
The Nike+ FuelBand. Life is a sport. Make it count.
To find out more about Nike Fuel go to *******www.nike****/fuelband
The Nike+ FuelBand is designed for anyone who wants to be more active. It measures your daily activity and turns it all into NikeFuel. So you can set a goal for every day and then go out and beat it. Life is a sport. Make it Count.
To find out more about Nike+ FuelBand go to *******www.nike****/fuelband
One goal. Many ways to reach it.
See Hope, P-Rod & Suh #makeitcount
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we shot this in 10 days, just the two of us.
Max, my friend in the movie, is a talented filmmaker, he edited this movie. check him out *******www.maxjoseph****/
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