I checked my old Nike+ foot pod (in the midsole of a Nike shoe) against my Garmin once. They were almost spot-on for a certified 5k route I train on. I don't think a holder on your laces will make a difference to the sensor's accuracy.
And Nathan makes a foot pod holder that seemed pretty sturdy and secure. Never tried it, though.
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Funny topic atm . I happen to have a pair of Nike shoes and a holder for my none Nike shoes and used both. To be honest I have noticed a little difference between the two when using them on the treadmill. Outside I use my GPS and sensor.
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