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Soon http://support.mybasis.com/entries/22482903-Do-you-have-an-API-
Jan 26, 2014 by Brian
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The Basis bands are water resistant but not water proof. You should have no problems showering while wearing the band but we do not recommend swimming with it on.
Mar 6, 2014 by Basis
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From my research, it does not have a vibration alarm.
Jan 8, 2014 by Linda L Liestman
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Hello! Our Carbon Steel Edition is the culmination of improvements made to the band combined with a premium look, feel and fit. Both bands will get updated with new features as our system and approach allows us to continually upgrade your experience. Side note: One of the improvements to the 2014 Carbon Steel Edition is to make the straps suitable for various wrist sizes. We've had quite a bit of feedback from customers with small wrists praising the Carbon Steel Edition.
Feb 13, 2014 by Basis
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Yes you can, as well as steps taken and calories burned.
17 days ago by Jack
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Hi Melissa, Basis is a great choice for a first time health tracker! With four advanced sensors, Basis tracks steps, activity (walking, running and biking), and sleep automatically so you don't need to remember to push any start or stop buttons. With Advanced Sleep Analysis, the band detects REM sleep, deep sleep and light sleep as well as tosses/turns and interruptions - all from your wrist. For more information, these articles might be helpful: Detailed explanation of heart rate tracking - http: //ow.ly /vRyUI Comparison of Sleep Trackers - http: //ow.ly /vRBq9 Detailed explanation of Activity Tracking - http: //ow.ly /vRC0c Let us know if you have any specific questions about the Basis bands and we'd be happy to answer them for you. Hope this helps!
3 days ago by Basis
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Mine has stopped counting steps at 2 weeks old. It never counted elliptical steps which has a similar problem to stationery bikes.
26 days ago by Gertrude, the Angelic Queen
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yes you can change the band you have to gently push in and up and the bands come off and you can interchange them. the extra bands do not come with the watch you have to buy them separately
22 hours ago by Lucy Silva
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I haven't nor my friend who also has one. She has sensitive skin.
21 hours ago by Mari Blair
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