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It will work fine outside
But it won't count the car
You could go for a ride… see more
It will work fine outside
But it won't count the car
You could go for a ride
You could drive really far
And when you get out
And ready for fun, it will register steps
In the rain or in sun.
You could walk on the grass
Or could walk on the road
You could walk round a meadow
Or even a toad.
The Fitbit will count up the steps that you take
Wherever you go, round a building or lake.
You could wear it while swimming
It won't count the laps
You could wear it while snoozing
It will count your naps.
When taking a shower on your wrist it can stay
Whatever you're doing,
Just wear it all day.
All through the day
Every step it will count
While walking or running
The total will mount.
Compare with your friends
To see who has the most
At the end of the week
Be the winner y'all toast! see less
It will work fine outside
But it won't count the car
You could go for a ride
You could drive really far
And when you get out
And ready for fun, it will register steps
In the rain or in sun.
You could walk on the grass
Or could walk on the road
You could walk round a meadow
Or even a toad.
The Fitbit will count up the steps that you take
Wherever you go, round a building or lake.
You could wear it while swimming
It won't count the laps
You could wear it while snoozing
It will count your naps.
When taking a shower on your wrist it can stay
Whatever you're doing,
Just wear it all day.
All through the day
Every step it will count
While walking or running
The total will mount.
Compare with your friends
To see who has the most
At the end of the week
Be the winner y'all toast!

PT Cruiser
· 28 December 2014
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I doubt the Fitbit would track cycling effectively as your wrist would be relatively static. It's best for tracking walking, calories and sleep monitoring.
S. J. Hall
· 11 June 2014
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when ready for sleep, you have to tap it for about 2 seconds (approx 6 times), then all the lights will flash and it goes into sleep mode.
You know you are in sleep mode, as when you tap it to check status, the lights alternate, like a level crossing
waking up in the morning, tap it for two seconds again, and it'll g… see more
when ready for sleep, you have to tap it for about 2 seconds (approx 6 times), then all the lights will flash and it goes into sleep mode.
You know you are in sleep mode, as when you tap it to check status, the lights alternate, like a level crossing
waking up in the morning, tap it for two seconds again, and it'll go back to wake mode.
tapping twice will do then the normal flashing for showing progress.
synch the device, and the sleep then shows on your dashboard. see less
when ready for sleep, you have to tap it for about 2 seconds (approx 6 times), then all the lights will flash and it goes into sleep mode.
You know you are in sleep mode, as when you tap it to check status, the lights alternate, like a level crossing
waking up in the morning, tap it for two seconds again, and it'll go back to wake mode.
tapping twice will do then the normal flashing for showing progress.
synch the device, and the sleep then shows on your dashboard.

alphmk
· 27 January 2015
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It doesn't work on your ankle, I put mine in pocket at work (as nurse) and works perfect you can also by holder to attach to you bra strap
Gill
· 22 November 2015
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I don't know - on the Fitbit website, there are around 5 colours to chose from - Black, Slate, Tangerine, Teal, Navy, Pink and Green and they are all £79.99. It might be something to do with whoever is selling that certain colour as it does seem odd. I have ordered slate as I refuse to pay more simply based on the co… see more I don't know - on the Fitbit website, there are around 5 colours to chose from - Black, Slate, Tangerine, Teal, Navy, Pink and Green and they are all £79.99. It might be something to do with whoever is selling that certain colour as it does seem odd. I have ordered slate as I refuse to pay more simply based on the colour strap. see less I don't know - on the Fitbit website, there are around 5 colours to chose from - Black, Slate, Tangerine, Teal, Navy, Pink and Green and they are all £79.99. It might be something to do with whoever is selling that certain colour as it does seem odd. I have ordered slate as I refuse to pay more simply based on the colour strap.
G Parnell
· 27 June 2014
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I've had mine since November and wear it all the time. I use it with the app on my phone to count steps, log water and food and would definitely recommend. Great value for money
Susan S
· 09 March 2016
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I found it to be fairly good especially as I get up a lot during the night.
Amazon Customer
· 18 January 2014
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It is comfortable . So used to it I hardly notice it . Like wearing a watch you just have to make sure it isn't too tight
MR NORMAN TAYLOR
· 23 August 2014
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There is a third party site called synetrics which will do that job for you. It is not the most smooth system but it does the job
Ben Marks
· 22 August 2014