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Fitbit One Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker
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- Tracks steps, distance, calories burned, and stairs climbed
- Monitor how long and how well you sleep
- Wakes you (and not your partner) with a silent alarm
- Syncs automatically to your computer or select smartphones and tablets via Bluetooth 4.0
- Set goals, view progress, and earn badges
- Share and compete with friends throughout the day
- Free iPhone and Android App
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The Fitbit One wireless activity and sleep tracker helps motivate you in achieving your fitness goals. It tracks your steps, distance, calories burned, and stairs climbed during a more or less active day and additionally measures your sleep cycle to help you improve the quality of your sleep. You only have to slip it into your wristband at night to have your sleep cycle measured by the device and find out how long you slept, how many times you woke up and what your sleep quality score was. To sleep more soundly, you can apply after some time what you learned thanks to the Fitbit One and enjoy a better quality of sleep. The tracker also features a silent wake alarm that gently vibrates to wake you at your desired time, without disturbing your partner. It has a display full of graphs, charts, and tools designed that help you easily track your progress and understand health and fitness. It also features a flower that grows and shrinks based on your recent activity. A free mobile application and a customisable dashboard help you easily monitor how close you are to reaching your goals and an achievement system with badges for daily, weekly or even lifetime successes helps you stay motivated. You can also create a Fitbit.com account that enables you to challenge and compete with friends and family and check your place on the Leaderboard that refreshes throughout the day. It is also possible to export your Fitbit data to several popular fitness applications that help you further track your health. The Fitbit One tracker is compatible with Windows and Mac systems and the following devices with a wireless internet connectivity: iPhone 4S, 5, iPad, 3rd generation, iPod touch, 5th generation, Samsung Galaxy S III and Samsung Galaxy Note II.
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Mobile and Online Tools
Sync stats wirelessly and automatically to your computer and 120+ leading smartphones, including Android, iOS and Windows.
Set goals, log food, see progress, analyse trends and earn achievement badges through your mobile and online dashboard.
Share and compete with friends and family on the leaderboard and in Fitbit challenges.
Wire Activity + Sleep Tracker
Fitness means being active, sleeping well, and eating smarter, and the Fitbit One helps you do all three. During the day, it tracks your steps, distance, calories burned, and stairs climbed. Come nightfall, it measures your sleep cycle to help you see how to sleep better, and it can even wake you in the morning without waking your partner. Your stats upload wirelessly via computer, via computer or select mobile devices, including (Samsung Galaxy S III, S4, Note II, Note III, Note 10.1, LG G2, HTC One, Sony Xperia Z & Z1 (OS v4.3+), Xperia Z Tablet (OS v4.3+) and more coming soon) as well iOS devices (iPhone 5, 5S, 5C, 4S, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Mini, and more). Powered by your stats, you can set goals, and track progress with charts and graphs. Stay motivated by earning badges or connecting with friends for support or friendly competitions. Log food, work-outs and more. Bring greater fitness into your life--seamlessly, socially, 24 hours a day.
- Activity Tracking
- Exercise Tracking
- All-Day Wear
Helps you get your ZZZs
The Fitbit One doesn''t nap, even when you do. Slip it into your wrist band at night, and it''ll measure your sleep cycle. Once the data syncs, graphs on your dashboard will reveal how long you slept and the number of times you woke up, giving you a sleep quality score. Over time, you can apply what you learn to help you sleep more soundly. The One also has a silent wake alarm that gently vibrates to wake you at your desired time, without disturbing your partner.
Paints a picture of your health
The Fitbit dashboard is full of graphs, charts, and tools designed to help you track your progress and understand your health and fitness. The customisable dashboard and mobile app (both free) bring all that digestible data to your fingertips. Knowing how close you are to reaching your goals gives you added incentive to achieve them, sleep better, and aim higher.
Share and compete with friends
Challenge and compete with friends and family on the Fitbit website. In addition to rooting for one another, you can compare stats and see how your progress stacks up.
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Top Customer Reviews
I am happy to report that it does exactly that, and is very accurate, too. I keep it loose in a trouser or shirt pocket normally, or tucked inside my bra if I've got no pockets, and have actually counted the number of steps I've taken and compared it to what has been recorded by the Fitbit and found it to be 100% accurate. This is also the case for every time I go upstairs at home. The sleep monitor is pretty good, too, although the supplied wristband is rather poor.
Tips for users:
● Wear it as close to your body as possible (not on your wrist) to get the most accurate step count. If you walk normally, the count should be accurate, but if you tiptoe around the steps aren't registered (you don't have to stomp about for them to register, but sneaking around means you don't move enough to "wobble" the Fitbit)
● You'll get the most out of it if you wear it 24/7
● It will count "flights of stairs" only if you go up a whole flight without stopping (e.g. if I go upstairs, but stop halfway up for a minute, it doesn't get counted). If you go out and walk up a hill, the same thing applies — while you're walking, it will count how many "flights of stairs" equivalent you've climbed, but if you stop for breath every 3-4 steps, you'll get to the top of the hill and wonder why it didn't count as any "flight of stairs". It took me a while to realise this, but it's a good incentive to keep moving, and seems surprisingly accurate if you do.
● If you're going to wear it as a sleep monitor, buy a zipped sports wristband to put it in (<£1 each), and wear it on your left wrist (if you're right-handed).Read more ›
It was easy to set up and would have been even easier if I had followed the online instructions more carefully. I initially missed out one part of the operation and so had to uninstall and start over again, but even that wasn’t difficult to do. I downloaded the App to my iPhone 5S and then went on to MyFitnessPal and synced the device with my account so now all my activity is reflected and accounted for there too. I have been using the device for a week and have still not had to charge the battery (the battery life is shown in the phone App along with all the other readings, so I will have advance warning before it runs out completely). I am really pleased with the device, which I have found to be accurate and which has ticked all the boxes for me. Based on my experience I would highly recommend it. By the by, the burgundy colour is fab.
In terms of functionality the One does what I want it to do. It counts my steps, counts stairs, tracks sleep (albeit manually), tracks calories burned and tells me the time. I like the little progress flower on it too - it's surprisingly motivating. In fact just having the thing keeps me a bit more honest and now encourages me to take the stairs at work rather than the lift. Battery life is pretty good too - mine has never come close to dying despite leaving it 4-5 days between charges. I don't mind that it doesn't interact with my iPhone beyond syncing with the app.
Speaking of the app, it's very comprehensive but it's easy to become a slave to it. I started off tracking everything I ate or drank but with an eating disorder history this wasn't something I wanted to start obsessing over so I removed those tiles from the app. It's good that you can do that.
Overall I like my Fitbit One and will continue to use it on a daily basis. The only way it could be improved is to add automatic sleep functionality as sometimes I do forget to set it away before I fall asleep, but to be fair it's not advertised as having this.Read more ›
I have found Fitbits to be a great tool to add motivation to my activity. I guess I must be a stats-driven person because I love seeing my Fitbit dashboard all lit up green because I hit my goals for the day. Even better is when I've exceeded them. It came to Italy with my last year and it was great to get home and see how many steps/stairs I'd racked up by hiking and climbing. Really helped me be aware of staying active even when on a break.
1. It syncs via Bluetooth with my iPhone; this means I can step stats all through the day at work and so am encouraged to do more walking about (I have a desk job so need the encouragement). It also means I can take it on holiday and still get updates without needing my laptop (wish I'd had it for Italy).
2. The synching dongle on my laptop is tiny. The old one (for the Ultra) used to get in the way no end but this one is barely noticeable.
3. It just works, right out the box with very little setup.
1. I can see how the silicone pouch will eventually give up. It seems pretty flimsy so I wear my Fitbit backwards inside my bra. This then means that sometimes the dongle struggles to find a signal (who knew that my chest could block Bluetooth signals?). However, it never seems to stop the iPhone sync.
2. The low battery warning comes just a little bit too late to do anything about it. I got one yesterday morning at work so made a mental note to charge it when I got home. However, the battery went dead at about 2pm so I lost 4 hours in which no data was recorded.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for myself because I wanted something to motivate me to walk more. I love it - it is one of the more basic fitbit models but I like that it isn't on my wrist as this... Read morePublished 13 hours ago by Miss Nicola Bradley
I wondered if I would like this as much as my Charge HR but I like it betterPublished 16 hours ago by Gilly
I mostly wear my Fitbit clipped to my clothes during the day and at night to log my sleep pattern. The log for my sleep pattern is very accurate and I find it quite fascinating. Read morePublished 1 day ago by NH
Failed after 2 months. Display failed. only displaying half the numbers. Impossible to negotiate a return fault item. Given up as a lost causePublished 2 days ago by Julian Brower
Bought in February, four months later it has completely died. Will not charge when connected to plug or computer it is completely dead for unknown reasons. RubbishPublished 2 days ago by J K. Self
I'm slightly suspicious of the steps counted - though not the ones when I'm out, say, walking the dog. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Mark Crook