Apple Watch Nike+

8.6/10 AVG.
RATING

  • Apple Watch Nike+
  • Apple Watch Nike+

Specs / Features


Aluminum Case With Nike Sport Band | Heart Rate Sensor / Wi-Fi / Bluetooth 4.0 / Built-in GPS | Water Resistant 50 Meters | Up To 18 Hours Of Battery Life / Magnetic Charging Cable

Aluminum Case With Nike Sport Band | Heart Rate Sensor / Wi-Fi / Bluetooth 4.0 / Built-in GPS | Water Resistant 50 Meters | Up To 18 Hours Of Battery Life / Magnetic Charging Cable

Less

Specification

Brand Apple
Model MQ182LL/A
Warranty 12 months
Size 4.25 x 3.64 x 1.14 cm (1.7 x 1.4 x 0.4 in)
Weight 34.2 grams (1.21 ounces)

Reviews (8.6/10 Avg. rating)


The Wirecutter

The same watch, branded for runners

from The Wirecutter

The same watch as the aluminum Series 3, but with Nike+ bands and watch faces optimized for running.

Read full review

The same watch as the aluminum Series 3, but with Nike+ bands and watch faces optimized for running.

Read full review

Less

iMore

Just do it — in water

from iMore

With Apple Watch Series 2, Apple coalesced their messaging from a little something for everyone to a real focus on health and fitness. The other aspects are still there, from excellent notification handling to super-convenient Apple Pay and remote control, but activity and workouts are front-and-center in the marketing. And Apple Watch Nike+ is front-and-center for activity and workouts.

Read full review

With Apple Watch Series 2, Apple coalesced their messaging from a little something for everyone to a real focus on health and fitness. The other aspects are still there, from excellent notification handling to super-convenient Apple Pay and remote control, but activity and workouts are front-and-center in the marketing. And Apple Watch Nike+ is front-and-center for activity and workouts.

Read full review

Less

9to5Mac

NRC is an effective coach, but app reliability can be spotty

from 9to5Mac

My favorite part about Apple Watch Series 2 as a running watch is being able to just go out and run with AirPods or any Bluetooth headphones and play music wirelessly directly from my run tracker. It’s easy to make excuses not to go for a run when you’re starting out, and Apple Watch Series 2 ensures that dealing with a cumbersome iPhone armband case and earphone cables isn’t one of those excuses.

Read full review

My favorite part about Apple Watch Series 2 as a running watch is being able to just go out and run with AirPods or any Bluetooth headphones and play music wirelessly directly from my run tracker. It’s easy to make excuses not to go for a run when you’re starting out, and Apple Watch Series 2 ensures that dealing with a cumbersome iPhone armband case and earphone cables isn’t one of those excuses.

Read full review

Less

Pocket-lint

Great smartwatch, just not a perfect runner's watch

from Pocket-lint

The Nike+ Apple Watch Series 2 is a great smartwatch. It offers seamless integration with the iPhone, high quality hardware, a great display and eye-catching sporty band.

Read full review

The Nike+ Apple Watch Series 2 is a great smartwatch. It offers seamless integration with the iPhone, high quality hardware, a great display and eye-catching sporty band.

Read full review

Less

T3

A new and effective take on running watches

from T3

The world's best smartwatch also makes a very good running watch, emphasising social enjoyment over a barrage of metrics

Read full review

The world's best smartwatch also makes a very good running watch, emphasising social enjoyment over a barrage of metrics

Read full review

Less

Apple Insider

Isn't much different from Series 2, and that's OK

from Apple Insider

If you like the lightweight band or really want the unique watch faces, the Apple Watch Nike+ is an easy recommendation. There is no real downside to choosing this model, and runners who are content with the capabilities of the Apple Watch Series 2 will be pleased with their purchase.

Read full review

If you like the lightweight band or really want the unique watch faces, the Apple Watch Nike+ is an easy recommendation. There is no real downside to choosing this model, and runners who are content with the capabilities of the Apple Watch Series 2 will be pleased with their purchase.

Read full review

Less

Wareable

A strong sports-focussed smartwatch that we've already outgrown

from Wareable

The Apple Watch Nike is a fantastic smartwatch, but offers a running experience skewed to beginners, in a way that feels out of kilter with the emphasis it places on running. All the basics are covered with accurate GPS and heart rate tracking, and the partnership with Nike Run Club is seamless.

Read full review

The Apple Watch Nike is a fantastic smartwatch, but offers a running experience skewed to beginners, in a way that feels out of kilter with the emphasis it places on running. All the basics are covered with accurate GPS and heart rate tracking, and the partnership with Nike Run Club is seamless.

Read full review

Less

Cnet

The Apple Watch for Nike addicts

from Cnet

If you're a loyal Nike user, this is the Apple Watch to get, but it's really just an Apple Watch Series 2 with a few minor changes. There are cheaper alternatives for pure fitness and run tracking.

Read full review

If you're a loyal Nike user, this is the Apple Watch to get, but it's really just an Apple Watch Series 2 with a few minor changes. There are cheaper alternatives for pure fitness and run tracking.

Read full review

Less

Gizmodo

A perfectly nice watch

from Gizmodo

The Apple Watch Nike+ has the utility of that lightweight band, and those two fancy watchfaces. It'll stand out more than even a regular Apple Watch will, if you want it to. Choose the right one and it's not so gaudy. It's a perfectly nice watch, worse in no conceivable way than a regular Apple Watch, and with that slight extra street cred — with the right crowd — that the Nike brand carries. If you like to run, and you have friends that like to run, pick an Apple Watch Nike+ over the regular one.

Read full review

The Apple Watch Nike+ has the utility of that lightweight band, and those two fancy watchfaces. It'll stand out more than even a regular Apple Watch will, if you want it to. Choose the right one and it's not so gaudy. It's a perfectly nice watch, worse in no conceivable way than a regular Apple Watch, and with that slight extra street cred — with the right crowd — that the Nike brand carries. If you like to run, and you have friends that like to run, pick an Apple Watch Nike+ over the regular one.

Read full review

Less

Stuff

Small, Nike-flavoured tweaks make the Series 2 even sportier

from Stuff

The exclusive faces are good but not terribly exciting, and the Nike+ Run Club app is available to all Apple Watches. The strap, though, is a real winner. Lighter, more breathable and more flexible, it’s simply more comfortable when working out, regardless of the sport. It’s a fairly minor improvement, for sure, but it’s a minor improvement that costs you no extra money. Now that’s the kind of maths we can all get behind.

Read full review

The exclusive faces are good but not terribly exciting, and the Nike+ Run Club app is available to all Apple Watches. The strap, though, is a real winner. Lighter, more breathable and more flexible, it’s simply more comfortable when working out, regardless of the sport. It’s a fairly minor improvement, for sure, but it’s a minor improvement that costs you no extra money. Now that’s the kind of maths we can all get behind.

Read full review

Less


Amazon.com Reviews Summary

8 from Amazon.com

8 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Apple Watch Nike+. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.8 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

9.6/10

Amazon.co.uk Reviews Summary

5 from Amazon.co.uk

5 Amazon.co.uk shoppers shared a review for the Apple Watch Nike+. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.co.uk customer reviews.

8/10

Resources


Review Sources Share / Embed

You can share this accessory with friends or embed the reviews widget on your website.

Q&A Forum


No questions for the moment.

Videos