It was the boss. For the clueless, his words were these:
“What are these images you’re sending me, you moron! Run to 5th Avenue and 104th! There’s a package for you! You’re 15 minutes late already, you dumb…”

At last! The real target was noticed and I could begin my mission. The fight on the phone was actually a secret code, in case anybody was listening.

I was impressed by the good quality of the voice I heard in the receiver. Although a little monotonous and sharp, it was perfectly understandable. I apologized politely, not to raise suspicion in the nearby pedestrians and confirmed that I was headed to the address. I hope the boss did identify my words right, since I’d noticed that when speaking with the miCoach, on the other end of the line my voice sounded very sharp and sometimes people couldn’t understand me.

In contrast to my voice, the quality of the music sound is very good, even without a headset.I played a motivating song and I ran. Luckily, the phone’s battery had a good life, providing approximately 5 and a half hours of talk-time and music listening. It was rather strange that the manufacturer had indicated only 2 and a half hours.


11:24 AM

After my boss called, I felt like the Flash. I got to the address, took the “package” (a big box containing my silenced machine gun) and headed towards the apartment of the terrorist, wanted in 12 different countries. He was my final target...

11:30 AM

I walked out of the apartment building, counting a fat stack of cash, the grin on my face from ear to ear. Not only I terminated the target, but I recovered the stolen goods too. What a wonderful end to my first real mission.
Err, something started moving in my head, as if my conscience was falling in a black hole...HELP!

11:32 AM

Phew, I finally managed to replace him. My name is Mike Spencer and today is my first day as a food delivery guy. I was lucky to get this job with my fake medical certificates. There are not that many companies who will willingly hire a person with a heavy form of schizophrenia. Judging by the notes and the pictures in my Samsung miCoach, you have probably met my other half, the spy one. He is a hardcore 007 and Mission Impossible fan, but other than that is a good guy.

In reality, we both share the same passion. We love to run, and miCoach is a wonderful assistant in this activity. It not only can teach you to run, but it helps you keep up with the progress you make. The device has everything a mid-class phone needs, but is only worth the money if you are hooked like me…us. The system is a unique combination of three things – a phone, a music player, and an interactive personal trainer. The alternative solutions on the market, such as Garmin’s Forerunner line, are based on GPS tracking. This makes them suitable for various sport activities, but they can’t give you an advice while you are exercising. On top of that, in order to see my results I will have to pay a monthly fee, meanwhile, membership at is free. The rival web sites don’t let me make my own schedule and set goals. They don’t assist you, but only track you. If I use them I will have to carry a separate music player plus a phone, which I don’t think is very convenient.

Oh yeah, and do order from my company, FFI (Fast Food International). I’d run to you with pleasure.


  • Convenient miCoach site
  • Lightweight and nice design


  • Uncomfortable HR sensor
  • There is no automatic training schedule remainder

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