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Fitbit Alta Fitness Tracker, Silver/Black, Large
- Track steps, distance, calories burned and active minutes
- See stats and time with a bright OLED tap display
- Automatically track how long and how well you sleep, and set a silent, vibrating alarm
- Personalize with interchangeable metal, leather and classic bands (sold separately)
- Get call, text and calendar notifications at a glance (when phone is nearby)
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Color: Black | Size: Large
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Top Customer Reviews
The clasp isn't THAT hard to close. You don't want it falling off your wrist, so yes, you need to use a little pressure to get it on. But everyone is really making a big deal about it. I upgraded from the Charge HR (which has a buckle like watch), so it did take a little getting used to. It's in the technique. Align the holes (don't get the hole and the prong lopsided) and squeeze between your two fingers (rather than pressing on your wrist). I'm 5'3" and 115 lbs and I can close it just fine. It'll also get easier as you practice doing it, but that's with anything. :)
Also, I don't understand the issues others are having with tapping the display. It's easy to figure out the pressure you need to tap with and the rhythm and it works every time. I think people are getting frustrated and tapping REALLY hard, only for it not to work, thus getting more frustrated and more erratic tapping!!! It's an even "tap... tap..." about a half second apart. It's important to use that rhythm because that's how it designed to function. This tapping feature works exactly like my Charge HR.
I love the slim design of the Alta. I like how it looks less clumsy and bulky on my wrist than the HR. And dressier too, even with the classic band it comes with. I'm not sure how I manage this, but I sleep with my wrists tucked under my head. The Charge HR's buckle hurt when I slept, but this clasp is smooth and flat, so it doesn't bother me when I sleep. I'm not really missing the heart rate feature because I didn't need to know my heart rate 24/7. It was a nice trade off to get a slimmer device.
Set up was easy, just like my Charge HR.Read more ›
I am a pretty active person and I love keeping track of my fitness levels so I can gauge how much daily activity I do and what I can do to improve it. Last year for Mother's Day I received a Fitbit Flex and I was so excited! I got it set up and loved seeing how many steps I actually take a day. The only thing is, the Flex doesn't tell you exactly how many steps you take on the device itself so you have to look at the app or on your computer. Personally, my excitement over the Flex slid downwards because I didn't feel motivated enough by it and I had syncing problems with it so I decided recently to look into other options and came upon the brand-new Fitbit Alta! This time I am really, truly excited over it because it has a slim, classy design yet it is more like a smartwatch so it can tell you a lot of information without even looking at an app. I included a picture of the Alta and Flex (my Alta is black and the Flex is pink).
What's included: The Fitbit Alta comes with the Fitbit itself, a USB charger, and a Bluetooth device if you choose to use your computer to look at all of your activity instead of your phone or tablet.
Sizing: The Alta comes in three sizes, small, large, and x-large (only available online). Size small fits wrists 5.5 inches to 6.7 inches in circumference, large fits 6.7 inches to 8.1 inches in circumference, and x-large fits 8.1 inches to 9.3 inches in circumference. Another way to measure for the small and large sizes is to use a ruler and measure the width of your wrist while laying it flat. I've included a picture taken from the Alta's box that you can use as a measuring tool. If your wrist is up to 2 1/4 inches wide, you would want to purchase a small.Read more ›
I pre ordered mine from Fitbit. I ordered extra large which only comes in black, I am not your typical user. I have a Fitbit Zip, One, Flex, and former owner of the Charge. Now the ultimate Fitbit, this Alta.
As I say, I am not your typical user, I am a grandma of 8, born with Cerebral Palsy, so I use a walker full time. Hence the reason for the extra large it fits my ankle. My Flex would not pick up sideways movement, only forward and back ward. This picks up every movement, side to side, jogging in place, or side stepping back and forth.
When I read that it would pick up soccer playing and other types of sports I had to have it. Best Fitbit yet! I love the hourly reminders to move, being disabled I do not always want to do that. You have the option to turn off this option and not use it. You can also change how many hours you want it to remind you, I think six being the least amount.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It looks fashionable and reminds me of doing exercise every day, like it.Published 9 hours ago by yuqishe
My niece just got a Fitbit for her 10th birthday from her step mother and her father. Read more
This was a gift for my mother, she absolutely loves the Fitbit! Great buy and a great starter fitness watch for those who are new to fitness trackers.Published 16 hours ago by Kelly Carrington
i sent it back after trying it. works well but feel heaby on my arm and ends to scrape the skins some.Published 16 hours ago by sbojr
amazing product, solid pedometer if you know how your stride length.... even then the automatic stride length fitbit provides is pretty accurate. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by beetwice