Fitbit is the simplest way to get more fit during your busy life. The Fitbit Wireless Personal Trainer tracks your full day’s steps, distance, and calories, allowing you to see how active you are and inspiring you to walk more and do more. And those small changes can add up to big results!
Fitbit can even measure how long and how well you sleep. With free, easy-to-use online tools at Fitbit.com and new mobile apps, Fitbit lets you set goals, track your progress, and log food, weight, and other activities. So, whether you’re looking to lose weight, continue your fitness program beyond the gym, or just get more active, Fitbit really helps you get the results you’re after.
Here’s what Matthew Miller of the The Mobile Gadgeteer had to say about Fitbit’s products Jan 7, 2013:
I just bought a Fitbit One in early December and find it to be the best activity tracker for me, with one exception. That is the form factor that I don’t find as appealing as a wristband like my Nike+ Fuelband that I keep wearing while carrying the Fitbit One. Today, Fitbit just announced their upcoming Fitbit Flex that is essentially the Fibit One in a wristband form factor. I am pre-ordering mine soon.
The Fitbit Flex supports all of the great tracking features of the Fibit One, including steps taken, hours slept, floors climbed, distance traveled, and more with the great new silent alarm feature that wakes me daily. The Fitbit One is very small and I was just thinking the other day that Fitbit should make a band to fit it into. It turns out that you can take out the Flex and insert it into other color bands so you are not stuck with just a single color. I would love to have seen just a simple band option for those of us who already purchased a Fitbit One.