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I think it depends on what kind of activities you do in CrossFit. Sorry, I tend to just run for my primary form of exercise and some weights. I do know that if I don't feel like I exercised enough by looking at how many steps I had and how much time I spent doing something really active like run rather than walk, I w… see more I think it depends on what kind of activities you do in CrossFit. Sorry, I tend to just run for my primary form of exercise and some weights. I do know that if I don't feel like I exercised enough by looking at how many steps I had and how much time I spent doing something really active like run rather than walk, I will force myself to go to the gym and run on the treadmill for at least 30 min. see less I think it depends on what kind of activities you do in CrossFit. Sorry, I tend to just run for my primary form of exercise and some weights. I do know that if I don't feel like I exercised enough by looking at how many steps I had and how much time I spent doing something really active like run rather than walk, I will force myself to go to the gym and run on the treadmill for at least 30 min.
By Naomi K Boyd on December 9, 2013
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Basis trackers are compatible with both Android and iOS products.
By Basis on February 18, 2014
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Both the B1 and the 2014 Carbon Steel Edition include the Advanced Sleep Analysis feature. Both bands will get updated with new features as our system and approach allows us to continually upgrade your experience.
By Basis on February 18, 2014
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Yes, the Basis B1 is compatible with iPhone 5S.
By Basis on February 18, 2014
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It has been very accurate for me, they just put out a new firmware update a couple days ago. It is going to enhance a lot of the sleeping features. I have down loaded it but have not used it yet to check them out personal. This watch keeps getting better and better! Hope this helps on same way, but I have been very hap… see more It has been very accurate for me, they just put out a new firmware update a couple days ago. It is going to enhance a lot of the sleeping features. I have down loaded it but have not used it yet to check them out personal. This watch keeps getting better and better! Hope this helps on same way, but I have been very happy with it see less It has been very accurate for me, they just put out a new firmware update a couple days ago. It is going to enhance a lot of the sleeping features. I have down loaded it but have not used it yet to check them out personal. This watch keeps getting better and better! Hope this helps on same way, but I have been very happy with it
By Ryan J. on January 25, 2014
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I do boot-camp and interval training, and typical calorie expenditure estimate for 55 minutes of very intensive activity is around 400 or 500.
As a comparison, if I run at a moderate pace, the calorie expenditure shows closer to 650.
Considering that boot-camp is much more intensive, I sweat a lot more, etc, I think … see more
I do boot-camp and interval training, and typical calorie expenditure estimate for 55 minutes of very intensive activity is around 400 or 500.
As a comparison, if I run at a moderate pace, the calorie expenditure shows closer to 650.
Considering that boot-camp is much more intensive, I sweat a lot more, etc, I think Basis does a poor job of measure activity during exercises which do not involve steady walking or running.
Furthermore, the heart rate monitor does not work well at elevated levels, e.g., above 70% target heart rate. Basis HRM generally does well only during sleep and low activity. see less
I do boot-camp and interval training, and typical calorie expenditure estimate for 55 minutes of very intensive activity is around 400 or 500.
As a comparison, if I run at a moderate pace, the calorie expenditure shows closer to 650.
Considering that boot-camp is much more intensive, I sweat a lot more, etc, I think Basis does a poor job of measure activity during exercises which do not involve steady walking or running.
Furthermore, the heart rate monitor does not work well at elevated levels, e.g., above 70% target heart rate. Basis HRM generally does well only during sleep and low activity.

By Trading Places on January 12, 2014
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Basis B1 collects data on skin temperature but doesn't measure internal body temperature.
By Basis on February 18, 2014
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It does not have a stopwatch. The normal watch is AM/PM sytle and it has a separate date screen.
By saltinbas on July 25, 2014
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Yes it does
By Michael on February 12, 2014