Fit­bit One

TechLife Australia - - BARGAIN HUNTER -

DO YOU PRE­FER A DIS­PLAY?

UN­LIKE THE VERY ba­sic clip-on ac­tiv­ity track­ers, the Fit­bit One has some higher-end fea­tures, as well as a large OLED dis­play. Core func­tion­al­ity is pro­vided by a 3-axis ac­celerom­e­ter, but the One also has an al­time­ter, for mea­sur­ing al­ti­tude changes. While it’s de­signed as a clip-on tracker, it comes with a sleep band, and there is a large range of third-party ac­ces­sories avail­able. Im­por­tantly, the One has a vi­bra­tion mo­tor, so can give gen­tle feed­back on goals or help wake you at the op­ti­mum time. The de­vice is sweat proof, but not de­signed for swim­ming, and has a recharge­able bat­tery that lasts al­most two weeks. The One is quite large, and mea­sures in at 48mm long, 9.65mm thick and 19.3mm wide.

As ex­pected from Fit­bit, the fit­ness track­ing app is top notch, and one of the most fully fea­tured op­tions avail­able, and has a great so­cial com­pet­i­tive mode. The One does need to be clipped on se­curely, but of­fers quite ac­cu­rate track­ing and is less af­fected by wrist move­ments.

FIT­BIT ONE

$130 www.fit­bit.com/au

CRIT­I­CAL SPECS

OLED screen; vi­bra­tion alerts and alarms; wa­ter re­sis­tant; al­time­ter; sleep band; Fit­bit app; 48x 9.65 x 19.3mm

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