Jawbone JL06-03B03-US Up Move Activity Sleep Tracker, Onyx Burst with Black Clip
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- Guides you to get fit, lose weight and have fun doing it. Choose your color, clip it on and get moving
- Tracks steps, exercise, overall calories burned, hours slept and quality of sleep. For best results, wear your UP MOVE on your wrist at night while you sleep
- Track your food, drink, calories, nutrients and use the UP App Food Score to quickly know if you are eating right
- Connects you with friends and family so you can reach your goals together or see how you measure up on the team leaderboards
- Compatible with iOS and Android; Requires installation of free Jawbone UP smartphone app
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From the manufacturer
Personalized insights from Smart Coach guide you to make healthier choices every day and deliver the motivation you need to reach your goals.
Tracks hours slept and the quality of sleep. You’ll receive insights that will help you improve how you sleep.
The simplest way to track your steps, exercise and overall calories burned throughout the day.
Set goals, log your meals and use Food Score to get the information you need to improve your diet and reach your ideal weight.
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|Color||Onyx Burst with Black Clip||Turquoise||Grey||Black Diamond|
|Item Dimensions||1.09 x 1.09 x 0.38 in||2.25 x 5 x 4.75 in||1.97 x 5.24 x 5.91 in||2.5 x 5 x 5 in|
|Item Weight||0.22 ounces||—||6.08 ounces||6.4 ounces|
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|Lithium-Battery Voltage||3 volts||3.82 volts||3 volts||3.82 volts|
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Get fit, lose weight and have fun doing it. UP MOVE comes in a bunch of brilliant colors that you can mix and match with clips and straps. Put it on and wear it anywhere. And with an LED display and Smart Coach to guide you, the UP MOVE tracker doesn't just count your steps and track your sleep-it gets you over the hump and moving on your path to a better you.
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From the box, it says it tracks steps, distance, intensity, workouts, types of activity, idle time, active time, and calories burned (active and resting). Using the phone app you can manually log your mood, meals, drinks, calories, weight, water, nutrients, etc. It then keeps track of your streaks, goals, milestones, averages, and trends. It can also track your sleep (for this it recommends buying the optional wrist strap, see more on that below). The sleep trackers reports your total sleep time, how long you took to fall asleep, how many times you woke up, and how long you spent in light vs deep sleep. It seems to be pretty accurate so far. There is an option to re-calibrate the device to your stride if you walk a known distance (like on a track) so it can more accurately correlate your distance walked to your specific stride length.
Since there's virtually no instructions included, here's a little bit to help people:
You have to pop the device out of the clip holder to change the battery (Battery is a CR 2032, included). The device itself can be tough to get out, so I'm not sure how convenient it would be to switch it to the wrist band and back to the clip very often for the sleep mode. I'm just going to keep it clipped. Press the dial once to see the mode it is in currently (it displays either an orange running man for daily activities or a moon for sleep). It will also light up around the edge to show you your progress for the day. Hold the button down to switch between these two modes. Press it twice to see the time on an analog clock (first light shows hour hand second shows minutes hand). Press it once and then hold on the second press to start the stopwatch (blinking orange running man). The stopwatch mode is for timing activities it can't keep track of like biking. You can also change the device's mode from the phone app. See attached photo, the device is actually quite small!
The UP app seems to run smoothly once you get it set up. If it doesn't pair properly, reinstall the app and try again. You can use it to set goals (for hours of sleep, number of steps, or weight). You can also form teams with other UP users. You can also have it give you reminders (it comes with bedtime, workout time, meal time, time for pill, and you can program other custom ones). You can also link it to other apps for integration with programs like MyFitnessPal.
This tracker is brand new, but I also just saw it on the shelves at Target, you can pick one up there too. Overall it seems like this is an affordable tracker that can do a lot of what much more expensive models do. I am very pleased with after 1 day of use so far, hopefully it withstands the test of time (most other older jawbone trackers seem to complaints about durability) Go ahead and give it a shot! I will try to come back and update this post as I use it more.
Edit: After owning the device for nearly 2 months, I still really enjoy it and still recommend it. It's been working very well and I wear it all the time. I personally leave it clipped to the front of my belt. It has never fallen off. I use it to sync with My Fitness Pal (for diet) and it is able to also track my nutrition and rate my meals on a 1-10 scale in terms of healthiness. The smart coach gives you challenges and goals and it makes it fun (for example: "You've walked 110 football fields in the past 3 days! Lets try to beat this goal in the next 3 days! Are you in? [click yes or no]"). Having a clippable device is perfect because you can clip it to your leg (for example) while at the gym riding the stationary bike and it will still record your activity. A wrist device can't do that. Great product! Absolutely no need for anything fancier.
Edit: Still happy with the device, after 4.5 months. Battery just died, so it lasted this long. Replaced with a new battery, and happily continuing on.
Edit: Finally ran into a problem after 10 months of ownership. The tracker has stopped responding well to my touch (didn't drop it or get it wet either). Contacted Jawbone and they are sending a replacement free of charge, so I'm still happy with it. I've been tempted by the fancier trackers that offer heart rate monitoring, but after reading about how unreliable they are once you start exercising, they seem pointless (especially coupled with the need to charge every couple days). So I'll still be keeping this one for now!
Accuracy: when it comes to counting steps, it seems fairly accurate, especially when compared to my step-inflating iPhone.
To test it's accuracy, I did what many people do... Walk around, counting steps, then checking the numbers on the App. We had the same numbers.
The next thing I did was see if it picks up bumps from a ride in the car (which my iPhone does). I compared numbers before and after multiple 30-40 mile car rides and there were no extra steps (and Wisconsin roads are known to have a few bumps). My iPhone, on the other hand, seemed to think there were 250-360 extra steps on each 30-40 mile trip (and that's just one way). So, so far so good for accuracy on the UP Move.
Wearability: Depending on your style of bra, and where on your bra you clip it, the clip may or may not show through your shirt.
Clipping it to my pants pocket with the tracker on the inside worked fairly well until I got in a car and put on a seatbelt. The seatbelt managed to position itself underneath the device, which popped it out of my pocket when I got to my destination. Be careful if you go the pants pocket clipping route.
Placing the UP Move in my pocket (unclipped) has worked really well so far. I just drop it in and forget it until it's time to go to bed.
Usability / Wearability at night: I clipped this to my shirt collar the first night or two I owned it, and it seemed to think that I fell asleep right away (which I usually do not).
Now at night I clip it to a wrist sweatband, (much easier and cheaper than buying the wrist strap), and it has worked fairly well. It now notices that it takes me a while to fall asleep.
Accuracy at night: While the sleep tracking isn't 100% accurate, it's still fairly close at estimating when you fall asleep / wake up, and it's just fun / interesting to see the data.
One of the reviews mentions the sleep function will automatically turn off if you move around too much. I have not experienced this. There was one night where I spent more time walking to and from the restroom (vomity stomach bug), and the bulk of the day sleeping, and the sleep function stayed on the entire time until I turned it off that afternoon.
The clip: after 3 weeks of solid use (clipping and removing from a thick sweatband), the clip is still working beautifully. It has not loosened and the silicone does not show any wear or tear. If I clip it to a shirt, it does not budge.
App: I mostly use it to look at my steps/sleep info (including trends), and for the purpose it has worked fairly well. I have not had any issues with the Move connecting via Bluetooth in these past 3 weeks, as some other folks have mentioned.
I did connect the iPhone's health app to the Jawbone app once because I forgot my tracker for part of a day, and the numbers transferred over from Health to the UP app just fine. I disconnected the two apps afterwards, however, as I just didn't see the need to keep them linked.
Ease of use: it's pretty easy to use. Just install the Jawbone UP app and follow the video tutorials.
Overall: I am happy with my decision to go with the UP Move. It's a reasonably priced tracker that does what I want/need it to do (track steps, and sleep).
Since I've been making more of an effort to be more active, I decided to activate the option to automatically update my step count every 2 hours. Sadly, the app and Up Move do not automatically connect. Instead I get the occasional notification that the device has not connected in X amount of time and to connect for an update. Little annoying that it's an option that doesn't work (at least not on my phone (iPhone) that I've been able to figure out). And so I open the app for updates.
Regarding the person who says the sleep function 'automatically turns off'. If you move a lot in your sleep, you increase the odds of hitting the button, knocking it out of sleep mode. This I discovered while I went through 2 months of incessant itching (allergic reaction to medication). Now that my itching is (mostly) done, however, I have not knocked the Up Move out of sleep mode. Anyway, something to keep in mind if you move around a lot in your sleep.
Overall, I am still pretty pleased with the fitness tracker and would still recommend it for anyone interested in getting started with using a fitness tracker without spending a whole lot of monies.