Get rewarded for exercise with the S2H Replay

July 18, 2011

I got my new S2H Replay Saturday; it’s a watch that tracks your physical activity with a rewards program attached. I had never heard of it until my young friend Drew told me she had ordered one (thanks, Drew!).

Here’s what it looks like (it comes in different colors):

S2H Replay

It’s kind of like a pedometer for your arm—as you exercise, your arm movements trigger the counter. It will start registering once you have at least 3 minutes of continuous activity. There are four activity bars that will fill up with each 15 minutes of exercise. When you accumulate 60 minutes, it will give you a code to enter at the web site worth 60 points.

You don’t have to do the whole 60 minutes in one day; you can split it up. If you do more than 60 minutes, though, and accumulate more than one code in a day, you’ll have to write down the extra one because you can only enter one per day.

Those codes are worth lots of sweet swag. They range from gift cards and DVDs to spa certificates, Ipods and Wii Consoles. It takes quite a few months to get those bigger prizes, but if you’re exercising regularly anyway (and you are, aren’t you?), you might as well be accumulating points!

It’s a little tricky getting it on and off; I don’t want to stretch it too much and make it loose, but it is pretty thick. There is a sizing chart on their site which shows the small is for a wrist of 5.65 inches in circumference, medium is for 7 inches, and large is for 7.75 inches. My wrist is 6 inches so I got a medium, and you can see where it comfortably fits in the photo above.

They’re also in the process of developing something called the S2H Step that will reward you for each 10,000 steps, so if I like the way the Replay works, I’ll be buying one of those too!

I don’t have any codes yet because I wasn’t able to do my workout today, but it starts tomorrow. Watch for updates in the future; I’ll definitely let you know how it goes!

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Amanda July 19, 2011 at 11:07 am

Yes, please let us know how it works! The idea sounds great, but there are mixed reviews on Amazon-I’d love a first hand report!


Serena July 21, 2011 at 10:00 pm

Will do! Drew loves hers and has entered a code a day for 4 days in a row; that’s 4 hours of exercise. I have yet to begin. She is shaming me.


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