16 November 2015

Christmas Gift Giveaway #16 - WIN a Zing (Lifestyle Tracker)


The Zing, a new fashion wearable technology created by Cambridge based MvBii (pronounced Moo-Bee), makes the perfect gift this Christmas.




Zing combines the best features of a top line smartwatch, and offers more fun and interaction than a standard fitness tracker for an affordable price. The product comes with a free app so you can enjoy all of its features. 

One of the Zing’s most popular features is that you can visualise your activity over time, allowing people to become more mindful of how active they are without having to make a conscious effort to do so. The Zing acts as a remote for your smartphone, making it possible to take group selfies and change the music track you are listening to with a simple flick of the wrist.


When connected to the app, the Zing can also make use of Zing-ER messenger, where you can build closed and private friendship groups, and send animated messages by simply blowing on the Zing. There are games to play, and even a virtual coin toss to decide arguments!

Perfect for young people who do not want the distraction of a smartwatch, for mothers who want to keep active without counting calories, and for anyone who wants to keep in touch with friends and family without fuss, the Zing can be worn on your wrist, as a pendant, or in your pocket as a pebble.






For your chance to win a Zing you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 12th December 2015. 

Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available also.


Good luck!










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144 comments :

  1. Blood pressure monitor, pulse rate, calories burned and sleep monitor

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  2. Calorie consumed calculator

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  3. Calories burned is a great idea I agree x

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  4. A zapper that detected when I was about to reach for the chocolate :)

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  5. So it could tell me how many calories I consume, and how many I use

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  6. calories burned and sleep!

    AShleigh

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  7. Heartbeat monitor, sleep tracking, calories burned.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  8. Sleep tracking! That is the thing I would benefit the most from, definitely my top feature. Maybe a temperature tracking feature too, something different!

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  9. Sleep tracker and calorie counter.

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  10. Sleep tracker, fat/cab/calories tracker.

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  11. Blood pressure and sleep tracker

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  12. Mine would have an irritating alarm that sounded every time I tried to secretly eat naughty calories

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  13. Calories burnt and BP and heart rate monitor

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  14. Blood pressure monitor and sleep tracker

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  15. Sleep tracker that would play white noise to get you back to sleep if you stir :-)

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  16. I'd have the typical heart rate activity and sleep monitor I'd also like something that could tell me how many calories I'd burnt accurately and a blood glucose monitor so i could keep an eye on my blood sugars

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  17. A sleep monitor that you could use in conjunction with an app that analyses your sleep patterns and suggests ways to improve them

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  18. Calorie Counter and alcohol units counter

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  19. Calorie counter that set an alarm when you reached your limit x

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  20. Calories consumed & burned would be the most important for me.

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  21. A calorie counter which bleeps when I've consumed my limit!

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  22. A calorie consumption tracker would be useful.

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  23. calorie counter and calorie burnt

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  24. The Wrist Watcher ... although it sounds a bit creepy :/

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  25. top tips how to use everyday activities to keep fit

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  26. an app that answers the question "am i allowed a pizza?" :)

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  27. loud alarm everytime I opened the fridge!

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  28. Sleep tracker!

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  29. Sleep and blood pressure, along with number of steps...

    If it was possible (and it's not) it would be amazing to have a tracker that was able to calculate the calories that you ate for you!

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  30. calorie intake , sleep tracking, calories burnt

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  31. A washer-upper!

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  32. Steps walked/calories & cholestrol x

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  33. A feature that monitored snoring in the night - to be worn by my husband who is in denial that he does it!

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  34. Elaine Skye Clark..... A voice which says " A moment on the lips...a lifetime on the hips when I start to eat something I shouldn't....��������

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  35. A constant reminder that food is not a must, but only when I need it. I need to stop eating all the time

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  36. An alarm that tells you when you've reached your recommended amount of sugar, fat, calories etc, and whether you've eaten enough fruit and veg x

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  37. An alarm or reminder to make sure I get up off my fat behind frequently throughout the day and move around more!

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  38. How many hours and minutes you sleep during the day.

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  39. something that sensed a calorie overload and gave me a shock when i was about to eat it!

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  40. Something that sounded an alarm every time I reached for a cigarette!

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  41. Charmian Filewood18 November 2015 at 00:59

    Calorie counter for sure, and maybe something that detects when someone starts to annoy me lol

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  42. Heart rate monitor all the way

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  43. Heart-rate monitor, calorie counter, sleep and activity tracker, and vibrating alarm.

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  44. How much sunlight someone gets per day!

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  45. Sleep, definitely, but also hours sitting down! It's important not to be sat down for too long and I know I am with work.

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  46. An alarm that beeped to remind you to drink if you started getting dehydrated.

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  47. a meal tracker to remind me to eat at regular times instead of going all day without and then reaching for junk

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  48. The ability to stop me eating so much crap!!

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  49. How much cleaning I actually managed to get done!

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  50. it would give me an electric shock if i ate any naughties :o)

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  51. It would be great if it could give you notifications for something like when you need to drink water etc. I struggle to drink the recommended water intake so this would be super handy

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  52. a weight loss or fitness predictor to encourage what you can achieve if you maintain what you are doing

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  53. An electric shock mode if you go to eat too much bad food!

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  54. An electronic field that keeps fattening foods out of reach of my arms.

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  55. blood pressure and heart rate and an alarm to go off when it goes out of your range

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  56. Claire Elizabeth Noke19 November 2015 at 21:43

    A heartbeat tracker, to alert me to calm down when the kids are driving me loopy !! LOL

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  57. calorie consumption would be good

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  58. it would be could if it could automatically count your calories consumed

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  59. The ideal would be one that measured your resting rate of calorific burn for say 20 mins or even worn overnight, then worked out your calories burnt above the resting rate, could even be cross referenced with an app to calculate calories consumed-fab for weight loss

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  60. Something to track my diet during the day!

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  61. calories burned and calorie intake measurements

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  62. The ability to lose weight while you sleep

    Kay Panayi

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  63. the calorie counter would be my top pick

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  64. A calorie counter, heart rate monitor & a watch x

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  65. It would tell me lots of info about bad foods to put me off eating them!

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  66. a sleep tracker so i can see how much i get through the week x

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  67. A blood pressure monitor if that's possible!

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  68. Calories Burned and Sleep!

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  69. counter to keep track of lengths I do in the pool

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  70. Calories burnt and steps I've done

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  71. calories burned and calorie intake measurements

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  72. sleep and eart rate tracker x x x than you for a amaing prize and love the blog x x

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  73. How much alcohol I've consumed and how much more I can have :)

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  74. calories burnt and sleep!x

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  75. Calories, sleep and heart rate

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  76. Calorie Counter definitely, and a step counter to see far I walk everyday x

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  77. A heartbeat monitor

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  78. Calories burnt is a must but I also like a sleep tracker

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  79. Sleep tracker, heartbeat monitor, blood pressure monitor, route tracker

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  80. Calorie tracker is good but I'd like something to prompt me if I'm inactive for too long and set me challenges.

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  81. Calorie tracker,heart rate,blood pressure

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  82. Body temperature.
    Alarm if not been active enough

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  83. Ringer and notifier for interval jogging

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  84. a slow down timer so when its my day off it lasts longer

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  85. calorie counter, stepometer and a route finder

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  86. A heart rate monitor and a way to keep a track of hydration levels

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  87. Hydration monitor

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  88. An alarm to warn if you are too stressed or too dehydrated.

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  89. I'd want something to track how much water i'm drinking!

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  90. Blood pressure monitor, pulse rate, calories burned and sleep monitor xx

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  91. Heart tracker which includes things like BP, heart rate/pulse rate and maybe even oxygen saturation. All a monitor to monitor water intake and water lost by the body through perspiration and urination.

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