Fit Bit – It’s Motivational! If you are someone who gets motivated by stats, Fit Bit is the one for you. The new Fit bit Ultra Wireless Activity Tracker makes every step you take a step toward better fitness, even on your busiest days.

The Fit Bit Ultra tracks your day down to details a pedometer can’t catch, giving you access to the exact steps you take, calories you burn and distance you travel, along with how long and how well you sleep. And now, with its altimeter technology, Fit bit can track the heart-healthy activity of climbing stairs, encouraging you to take the stairs not the elevator, or walking that hill.

It wirelessly uploads your data to Fitbit.com so you can gain deeper insight into your daily or monthly fitness and sleep levels with free online graphs and charts. When you look at your data on the website – calories burned vs. eaten, it really drives you to make a change for the better.

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Why Fitbit Tracker ?

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The Fitbit Ultra shows you how many steps you've taken, number of stairs climbed, and calories burned.

The Fit bit Tracker will make you more aware of your activity (or inactivity) and will pushes you to do more. The Fitbit Tracker is a revolutionary way of monitoring your lifestyle with fitness and health in mind. The Fitbit will makes you more active and healthy. Fit bit Ultra can help you reach your exercise, diet and overall wellness goals. In fact, Fitbit users increase their daily steps by 43 percent and have lost an average of 13 pounds.

Using a 3-D motion sensor, this device tracks daily steps, number of stairs climbed, distance traveled, calories burned, and overall intensity of the activity level. Fitbit Ultra also contains an altimeter to track stairs or hills climbed. The compact design of the Tracker makes it easy to wear tucked into your pocket, clipped to a belt or bra all day.

You can also wear the Fit bit Tracker at night with the included Fitbit wristband to monitor how long and how well you sleep. Fitbit Ultra will monitor when you fall asleep and how many times you woke up throughout the night to provide a sleep efficiency index.

It wirelessly uploads your data to Fitbit.com so you can gain deeper insight into your daily or monthly fitness and sleep levels with free online graphs and charts.

 

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Tracks steps, distance, calories burned, and stairs climbed with a 3D accelerometer and altimeter

Fit Bit Tracker Product Features

Color: Black/Blue
• Accurately tracks daily steps, stairs climbed, distance, calories burned, and activity level via 3-d motion sensor and altimeter technology
• Measures how long and how well you sleep – just wear it on your wrist at night with Fit bit wristband (included)
• Small and discreet enough to wear all day- tuck it into a pocket or clip it to a belt or bra
• Wirelessly uploads data to Fitbit.com; No monthly fee
• See online graphs, compete with friends, earn new badges and log food, weight and other workouts at Fitbit.com and on new iPhone app

Fitbit Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars It’s Motivational!, October 9, 2011 By R. M. Mayhew (St. Louis, MO USA)

This Fitbit reviews is taken from Amazon customer actual review on Fitbit Wireless Activity/Sleep Tracker (Health and Beauty)

I got this for my wife, who has been using a pedometer to track steps during her walks. Otherwise she didn’t wear the pedometer

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Fitbit Ultra will monitor when you fall asleep and how many times you woke up throughout the night to provide a sleep efficiency index.

because it was bulky. The Fitbit Ultra is so small and discreet that she is wearing it everywhere and getting 24 hour reports on her activity level.

She is inspired by the fantastic online tracking reports and thinks this is probably the best “gadget” she’s ever received (except maybe for her iPhone). Speaking of which, the iPhone and iPad can be used to access the online reports but you cannot sync the data through the iPhone/iPad. You attach a small base station via USB to your PC and the data from the Fitbit is transmitted wirelessly whenever you are in range (which they say is around 10 to 15 feet). Note: This is the recently released (circa October 2011) “Ultra” version of Fitbit. Also, if you search for “Fitbit Wireless Personal Trainer” you’ll find the reviews for the prior version of this unit. Those are the reviews that sold me and I’m glad they did.

5.0 out of 5 stars Make a lifestyle change today, November 4, 2011 By Leslie
This Fitbit reviews is taken from Amazon customer actual review on Fitbit Wireless Activity/Sleep Tracker (Health and Beauty)

I’ve had my fitbit ultra for about a week now.

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Fitbit Ultra can help you reach your exercise, diet and overall wellness goals. In fact, Fitbit users increase their daily steps by 43 percent and have lost an average of 13 pounds.

After purchasing and then waiting for my fitbit to arrive, I went to the fitbit website and started logging my food intake. While the food selections are not as extensive as some other websites, there is more than enough to work with. I especially like being able to ‘favorite’ my commonly eaten foods. The website made me painfully aware of my calorie overindulgence. But like I said in the title of this review – it was time for a lifestyle change.

Then my fitbit arrived. Setup was easy. Within minutes I had the fitbit linked to my fitbit account. It was especially interesting to see my sleep habits. I don’t think I was awake each and every time my fitbit logged me as being awake, but it was easy to see from the graph what was most likely me turning over vs. getting up and going to the bathroom.

I really like how the fitbit uploads your step/sleep data automatically (as long as you are within 15 feet of the charger which is plugged into your computer via usb), as I don’t know if I have the time or patience to log steps or sleep habits manually. It’s enough of a lifestyle change keeping track of and logging the foods I eat.

When you look at your data on the website – calories burned vs. eaten, it really drives one to make a change for the better. Plus, looking at my logged steps and stairs climbed on the fitbit itself is addictive – it makes you want to outdo yourself. Also, I really like that this not only counts steps and mileage, but it also logs intensity – which is best viewed on the website, not the fitbit itself.

I’m using the stride default for my height and weight and have not set the fitbit for my particular stride length. I’m more concerned about setting a baseline and then going from there to improve my fitness level. If concerned about mileage accuracy, you’d be better off looking at other reviews.

Some basic observations about the fitbit:
(1) It’s small and hardly noticeable when clipped to your pocket or waistband.
(2) There’s a holster, which I’ve used a couple of times when my pants waistband seemed to be a bit too thick for the fitbit to clip onto.
(3) Get a pedometer leash and use it. I spent way too much on this to worry about losing it.
(4) Be careful when clipping it on. While it’s not delicate, you do want to treat it with respect so you don’t snap it in half. Other fitbitters have had this problem.
(5) This is a great tool if you want to make a lifestyle change. If you’re not ready to commit to logging food, activities, etc. you won’t get the full benefit.
(6) I’ve had this for a week now, and it’s still doesn’t need recharging yet.
(7) It would be nice if the fitbit came with (or if I could purchase) a second charging/syncing station so to have one at work and one at home. While I don’t need it for the charging aspect – it would be nice to be able to sync it while at work so I could see some progress updates.

5.0 out of 5 stars Love my fitbit!, November 29, 2011 By — “speltrong” (San Francisco)
This Fitbit reviews is taken from Amazon customer actual review on Fitbit Wireless Activity/Sleep Tracker (Health and Beauty)

So, no question, I absolutely love this little device. It’s super easy to use.. effortless really. The battery seems to last a very long time, and the customer service from fitbit was phenomenal when I had a question.

As for the accuracy, I find that for me, the floors climbed is always 100% accurate, but the steps walked and the miles walked are usually slightly higher on the fitbit than I estimate them to be, though it’s actually more accurate than the gps chip in my phone! For example, we went on a 12.5 mile hike (I verified the distance by checking several topo maps and looking at trail lengths as issued by the park service)… my fitbit said that we had walked 13.5 miles.. but my GPS said that we had walked 15.5 miles! So this little thing actually does a better job than the gps in my blackberry! Same thing when we go on smaller walks, the fitbit distance reading is always just a tad higher. So I just assume that whatever distance reading the fitbit gives me is slightly less. But the thing is that it doesn’t even really matter! Once you get going with fitbit, you kind of end up comparing yourself to your prior data, so as long as you’re doing more activity overall, you can be sure that you’re on track.

I love the little badges you get for completing different pre-set goals. Their website is fantastic. It’s super easy to use.

I think if there is one thing I could change, my wish would be that you don’t need to attach the base station to a computer in order for it to link wirelessly. I’m sure there’s a good reason, but it’s a bit awkward for me since I only work off of my laptop, to have this extra piece always there. I ended up installing the software on our dedicated TV computer, just so I’d have a place to put the charger.

Really folks, if you’re in doubt about whether to buy this.. just buy it! I purchased mine from REI thinking I’d probably want to return it within a week, but it’s oddly addictive, and now I wouldn’t want to be without it. I’m always wanting to exceed my activity levels from prior days and thinking of ways I can do more activity (and to make the cute flower grow taller). This little device kind of worms its way into your life until you’re always thinking about what you can do to be more active.. which is really the whole point, right? Thank you fitbit!!

5.0 out of 5 stars My Exercise Buddy, November 15, 2011 By L. A. (Milwaukee, WI)
This Fitbit review is taken from Amazon customer actual review on Fitbit Wireless Activity/Sleep Tracker (Health and Beauty)

I have only had this for two days, and I am smitten! This accurately tracks my activities and sleep. It encourages me to exercise, park in the back of the lot or take the stairs. It is fun watching the data add up and receiving reward icons. FitBit has made me more active. I highly recommend this for anyone that needs motivation to exercise or move better. I like that it automatically tracks everything for me and sends the data wirelessly. I have a Mac (using lion) and have had no problems with software or data transfer.