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  • Jason Sutcliffe

    Press and hold button for 5secs to power off?

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  • Robert Wisbey

    The ability to separate the incline data into another device other than a footpod (my reason behind this is that watches only let you connect one footpod at a time for speed and cadence, but I prefer to use my Stryd footpod for speed and cadence, and use Runn to log the incline data).

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  • Trevor Jones

    I've just installed the Runn on my Life Fitness treadmill. 

    1. The mounting bracket could be a bit more rigid. When I mounted it and put the Runn into it it really feels like the Runn might just fall out. I'm tempted to try to secure the unit to the bracket a bit more securely. The unit feels like it will just jump out of the detents.

    2. Some sort of Charge indication, or perhaps an app you can use to log into the unit to check its charge, and calibrate it?

    3. The sensor stickers don't stay on a textured treadmill well at all. They come off after a short period even after I have applied a lot of pressure on them. 

    Otherwise so far so good. I set the treadmill to 11kph and on Zwift it indicated 11.2kph so its relatively well calibrated straight out of the box.

     

     

     

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  • Hans Laroche
    • Sensor stickers need a better glue. They fall off.
    • Need a way to check battery level
    • Automated activation (it already shut off automaticaly)
    • Some kind of algorithm for smoothing speed readings. With a Threadmill that is not very powerful, with each step, the speed slows down, which gives eratic readings with a lot of speed variation.

    Thank you !

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  • Mícheál Halpin

    Feature Request : have descriptions beside each LED so we know what they are without having to do a look up

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  • Mícheál Halpin

    Feature Request: Have diagnostics tools that can be run on Windows and Android/iOS. 

     

    When troubleshooting drop-outs it's unbelievably frustrating trying to figure out is it the Runn/Windows/phone, etc Or is it Zwift. 

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  • Mícheál Halpin

    Feature Request: display firmware version in the Configurez app.

     

    I updated the firmware, but don't know what version I was on before

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  • Mícheál Halpin

    Feature Request: have release notes for each version of firmware.

     

    I work for a software company, we can't ask customers apply hot-fixes etc without any point, unless we/they know what has changed, what bugs were fixed, etc. 

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  • Erin Eskew

    Hi Mícheál - The firmware version is displayed in Configurez when you connect to your Runn. The firmware release notes are in the Notes about the app when you go to update the app.

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  • Ivan Marshall

    Since "RUNN" has the BLE & ANT+ interface.

    Integrate the "CABLE" & "RUNN", so you have a one-stop shop for Zwift/Other.

    I have a BH Fitness Treadmill & Garmin 235 watch.

    We can't rely upon the vendors to support things that still work, but the older interfaces.

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  • Erling

    Option to set speed to 0 if cadance is 0 in Configurez.
    This would allow correct milage reading on high intensity interval workouts, when you step of the treadmill on breaks.

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  • Andy

    Sensor stickers do not stick *at all* to textured treadmill belts. Need a solution for this.

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  • Doug

    This is THE ONLY ELECTRONIC DEVICE IN THE WORLD where you have to hit the power button twice to turn it on??? STUPID. 

    Maybe Firmware fix this.

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  • Daniel Stallings

    Hi Doug, Thanks for the feedback! The double press has to do with other functions that the button does. I'll take your feedback to the developers though.

     

    Andy, we do have upgraded sensor strips that are made out of the Gear Aid Tenacious tape that stick to textured treadmill belts much better.

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  • Andy

    @Daniel, I tried the Gear Aid tape and that didn’t stick either. In the end I had to use a flexible vinyl adhesive to create smooth patches on the belt, and stuck the Gear Aid tape to that.

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  • Jen T

    Battery charge indicator please! At least something to know when it's full and when it's at 10% left

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  • Daniel Stallings

    @Andy I think that's the first I've heard that the GearAid tape didn't work on it's own, thanks for the Vinyl adhesive idea.

    @Jen T Noted, I can pass this along to the development team. Thanks!

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