No, no it is not. But that just means you can't measure your Fuel points whilst deep sea diving or laps at your local pool, Nike's most popular arm-party is okay to take in the shower or running in the rain. The Fuel band is water resistent, which means it can handle your buckets of sweat or incessant hand washing just fine while you rack up that LED rainbow.

If you do get pushed into a pool at your next house party while wearing the band, the put-it-in-a-bag-of-rice trick is a tested-and-approved fix for the Sneaker Report team.

Find it here to get in on that Fuel point game.

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