How tweet it is

The Zip will have you rac­ing to broad­cast how hard you’re work­ing to get into shape, writes Jen­nifer Dud­ley-ni­chol­son

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each by tap­ping its face, which also shows the time.

This Fit­bit tracker doesn’t fea­ture sen­sors to track your in­cline, un­for­tu­nately, and can­not pro­vide you with a stair count like the Ul­tra.

It also lacks mo­ti­va­tional mes­sages and can’t be worn to bed to track the qual­ity of your sleep and the num­ber of times you stirred.

These and ad­di­tional fea­tures will be avail­able in the One for an ex­tra $50.

The Fit­bit Zip is a highly ca­pa­ble ex­er­cise gad­get, how­ever, and one that is easy to use. At $70, it’s bound to be a pop­u­lar Christ­mas gift and one that could in­spire fit­ness ri­valry.

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