Fitbit Ultra Wireless Pedometer and Activity Tracker
Fitbit Pedometer/Activity Tracker product information
I started using the Fitbit over a month ago. A coworker of mine was using it and I was impressed by the wireless tracking it did. She showed me the charts and graphs of her Fitbit.com account. The web page provides extensive data on one’s daily activities. She bought the pink Fitbit pedometer and I bought the blue one. The Fitbit isn’t waterproof so I put it on the USB charger when I take a shower. Although, I only need to recharge my Fitbit about once a week.
First and foremost, Fitbit is a wireless pedometer. What makes Fitbit unique is that along with counting steps it also measures your intensity of activity, the number of floors you climb, miles you travel and estimates the calories burned. The Fitbit wireless activity tracker displays your steps, floors climbed, miles travelled, calories burned, and activity score right on the device with the touch of a button. You don’t even need to take it off to update your profile — it connects wirelessly through the USB charging cradle that is included with the Fitbit.
Fitbit is a complete weight loss management system.
In addition to these, parameters one can also log the food and calories they consume, their weight, their measurement, their mood, sleep, heart bpm, blood pressure — and even their glucose levels. There is no need for a third party app to record all these things.
There are several ways to refine Fitbit’s record keeping. My coworker religiously records her activities. This gives the system the information it needs to accurately compute your achievements. You can use the website or smart phone apps to update your Fitbit logs.
Keep track of you weight with the Fitbit Aria wi-fi smart scale.
The Fitbit Aria wi-fi smart scale comes in black or white. I bought the black one and weigh myself every couple of days. It helps me see how my weight fluctuates related to my activity and eating. The Fitbit Aria smart scale accurately tracks your body weight, fat percentage, and body mass. Each time you step on the smart scale the Aria uploads your weight measurement wirelessly to your Fitbit profile to help you track your progress. The Aria is easy to set up and automatically recognizes up to eight users — each with their own password protected profile on Fitbit.com. The Fitbit pedometer is not required to use the Aria wi-fi smart scale. For users up to 350 lbs.
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