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