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Fitbit Wireless Personal Trainer

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  • Accurately tracks your calories burned, steps taken, distance traveled and sleep quality
  • Simply carry it in your pocket or clip it to your clothing, and the Fitbit automatically keeps track of your fitness and sleep.
  • Anytime you walk by the included wireless base station, data from your Fitbit is silently uploaded
  • Contains a 3D motion sensor like the one found in the Nintendo Wii, which tracks your motion in three dimensions and converts this into useful information about your daily activities
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Fitbit makes every step you take a step toward better fitness, even on your busiest days. The Fitbit tracker gives you a clear sense of how you’re doing and encourages you to be more active, because the more you know, the more motivated you’ll be. And these small changes can really add up: Fitbit users on average take 43% more steps each day and have lost an average of 13 lbs. Fitbit’s super sensitive 3-D motion sensor tracks your day down to details a pedometer can’t catch, giving you access to the exact steps you take, calories you burn and distance you travel. Check your real time stats at any time with a quick glance at your tracker. It’s compact and discreet enough to wear all day long in your pocket, clipped to your waist, or even attached to your bra – just put the tracker on in the morning and let it do its work. Good sleep is another key to good health and weight loss, which is why Fitbit can also track your sleep. Simply slip your tracker inside the included wristband and you’ll start to see not just how long you sleep, but also how well you sleep. Fitbit wirelessly uploads your data to Fitbit.com whenever you’re within 15 feet of the Fitbit base station, which plugs into your computer’s USB port. Works automatically -- no buttons to push, no data to enter. On Fitbit.com, you’ll get free access to a range of online tools, with no monthly fee required. Track your progress with graphs that show you how you’re doing each day, how you’re trending for the month, how close you are to your goals, and even how you compare to others. Compete with friends and family or get community support for a little extra motivation. In addition to all the data gathered by the tracker, you can use Fitbit.com (or Fitbit’s free mobile site) to log what you eat from our database of over a 100,000 foods, or log workouts from like Pilates, yoga, cycling etc. You can also track your weight or health indicators like blood pressure, glucose, and blood pressure over time.

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  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0031P3HY2
  • UPC: 898628002007
  • Item model number: FB101
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (707 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,098 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

Fitbit tracks steps, calories, miles, activity, and monitors your sleep.
Casch
My wife had to return her fitbit and while Customer service is via email it was efficient and she had her new device in a week.
Joseph Hartman
The fitbit was easy to set up and easy to sync with the website through the computer.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

479 of 489 people found the following review helpful By Ron Cronovich TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 5, 2010
I love my fitbit, but don't buy one! As of October 2011, this model is being replaced by a new model, the Fitbit Ultra, for the same price as the original one.

The Fitbit ultra adds a few features, like an altimeter. But it includes all of the features of the original model, so everything I wrote in my review applies to the new ultra model.

I got my fitbit in early 2010 and have been using it on and off (mostly on) since then. I am very happy with it and highly recommend it. It's an easy and fun way to track your activity levels and estimate calories burned, and it should appeal to fellow gadget lovers.

The device weighs under one-half ounce and clips securely to clothing. I'm paranoid about losing stuff (justifiably so), so I keep mine in a little USB drive holder with a clip.

It has an accelerometer chip, like most smart phones, iphones and other gadgets, which can measure its movement in three dimensions.

At any time during the day, you can push the one little button on the fitbit to display an estimate of calories burned, steps taken, miles walked, and a graphic of a flower that grows more petals as you're more active.

When you're near your computer, plug the included fitbit receiver into a USB port, and the receiver will wirelessly collect data from your fitbit tracker, then send the data to the fitbit website. You use this website for most of your tracking and analysis. (The only software you load on your computer is a driver/client for the receiver that plugs into your USB port.)

I find fitbit very accurate for estimating my walking (number of steps and total distance), calories burned, and activity and intensity levels.
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180 of 185 people found the following review helpful By Dominique TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 7, 2010
I took a look at the FitBit this spring when it was clear that my ultra-budget heart rate monitor was not cutting it at the gym. Interference galore froze the poor thing. Something that is quite painful for those of us...I hope it's not just me....obsessed by numbers. What's my Heart Rate? How many calories have I burned? Give me numbers and not just sweat!

I liked the precision of the BodyBugg and what it had to offer. I did not like the price. Call me cheap. No, really, call me cheap. I could have justified saving up for it if it wasn't for the monthly fee required to use the web tools. That's like buying a car but having to pay extra to see the dashboard. Those two items should go hand in hand. Off the soapbox.

Enter the FitBit. A calorie tracker, pedometer, sleep tracker all in one. Pretty up there on the technology level yet affordable. It's actually a cute little thing without a cumbersome chest strap or arm band or anything else accentuating anything I don't want people looking at to begin with. The bonus was that the web tools are FREE!!

The basics:

The fit bit is 2-inches long and about ½ inch wide. It looks a bit like a money clip. It's black with a fashionable yet gender neutral aqua blue interior.

How it works

The FitBit uses 3D motion sensors similar to those used in the Wii. It has the ability to track steps, miles walked, calories burned, and sleep patterns. The information is automatically transmitted from the FitBit device through the base station and onto the user's website whenever the FitBit is within 15 feet of the base station. Each Fitbit has a unique number so any FitBit can use any base station for transmission.
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346 of 366 people found the following review helpful By C. Kemper on February 9, 2011
I am a little over a year into my love-hate relationship with fitbit and to be honest, despite be religious in using it and seeing definite benefits, I really can't recommend it to anyone.

In total, I have had six (yes 6.0) fitbits. Here is our tale:

Fitbit one:
I ordered my fitbit from the company web site in December of 2009 and despite a promised delivery date of early January, I received it in late February. I should have taken this was a sign of trouble, but I am apparently a total sucker. Less than a week into owning it, my fitbit began dying during exercise which pretty much defeated the purpose. I contacted customer support and attempted to get help on their forums, both of which were deplorable.

Aside: Fitbit subscribe to a "we reply to every inquiry in 24 hours or less" customer support policy. This sounds great except that it means that they send you an automated message once a day without any actual resolution to the problem at hand. Reply to their email (even if it is mere seconds after you receive it) and you can count on waiting another 24 hours for a response.

After a week of exchanging increasingly frustrating emails, they agreed to send me a replacement.

Fitbit two:
This one shipped remarkably quickly. Unfortunately, it died in similar fashion, never lasting more than 30 minutes at a time from the moment I received it. By early March, after protracted negotiations with my friends in Fitbit customer service, my third fitbit was due to be sent to me.

Fitbit three:
The third one took well into April to be shipped. By April 14, it died in the same fashion as its predecessors.
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