Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity Tracker & Sleep Wristband – Black

October 4, 2014 - Comment

The Fitbit Flex wireless activity and sleep wristband does not only track your steps, distance and calories burned, but also silently wakes you up in the morning to prevent bothering your partner and tracks your sleep quality at night. The wristband ensures automatic synchronisation of your statistics to the computer or smartphone and enables a

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The Fitbit Flex wireless activity and sleep wristband does not only track your steps, distance and calories burned, but also silently wakes you up in the morning to prevent bothering your partner and tracks your sleep quality at night. The wristband ensures automatic synchronisation of your statistics to the computer or smartphone and enables a real-time access to them on the Fitbit dashboard. To help you stay motivated it features 5 white LED indicator lights that inform you about how close you are to the target, whereas the badges galore will provide you with badges for daily, weekly and lifetime achievements once you hit a new goal. The wristband is supplied with a free online tool and a mobile application, but it is also compatible with some other health applications such as Lose it!, Run Keeper, My Fitness Pal, Endomondo or Spark People.

Product Features

  • Records steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned
  • Record active minutes, hours slept, quality of sleep
  • Silent wake alarm, water resistant
  • Track your goals with online and Mobile tools
  • Set your goals and sync your stats

Comments

PT Cruiser says:

I purchased 3 of these Update 7/3/14 – Fitbit just came out with a new upgrade to the Fitbit app for the iPhone which adds some very cool GPS features. I’m adding details at the end of this review.I bought 3 of these fitbit flex devices, one for myself, my husband and my sister. Before purchasing I researched several wristband devices such as the Jawbone UP, the Nike Fuel and and the Polar Loop. I also looked at the fitbit force which is a newer version of this band. The lack of water resistance on the force was a deal breaker for me. I wanted to be able to wear this band 24/7 and to be able to wear it in the shower or when swimming. That was part of what made it attractive to me. Also, after reading reviews about the clasp problems on the force and how many people lost them, I wanted no part of that. They are also quite a bit bigger and look clunckier. The wristband on the UP looked like it would catch on everything and had no display at all. The Polar had lots of quality problems. I wasn’t…

Dan_M says:

Gets me moving I didn’t buy my fitbit flex from amazon, but rather a high street catalogue shop and in fairness that was because I wanted it then and there as I was about to go running and wanted to try it out.I already had a fitbit zip which was good but the amount of times I left it on the bedside cabinet meant days went without any tracking. so I thought the wristband would be better for me.I use the large band and I’m happy that it’s comfortable (if not the easiest to put on with one hand – but it won’t come off) and I forget it’s on my wrist.I like the sleep tracking function – it has shown me what I already know – I’m a restless sleeper – but no advice on how to change that!More so that anything else I set a target number of steps on my iphone and throughout the day give it a double tap and see my progress. I’ve yet to not achieve my goal as I find myself quite competitive and don’t want to be beaten by a machine.The up side of that…

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