This activity-tracking wristband is backed up with a free app that makes the most of its ability to track steps taken, calories burned, distance traveled, minutes active, hours slept and quality of sleep.
Real-time updates mean you can instantly see your progress on your smartphone (Apple and select Android models). Alternatively, spend $65 a year for a premium service that acts as your virtual personal trainer, nutritionist and sleep consultant – setting personalized plans to help you reach your goals and track anything and everything.
The app also works with Fitbit Aria smart scales ($163) and you can share or compete with the Fitbit community. Also look out for the Fitbit Force, set to launch imminently, a similar wristband but with a small, bright OLED display to tell the time, distance moved, steps, calories burnt and more.
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