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Review: BodyMedia FIT is lightweight and accurate

At a Glance

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  • BodyMedia FIT Core Armband
    $120.00

    An interesting and very accurate fitness product, the CORE is great for those looking to lose or gain weight. However, the monthly fee for the Activity Tracker adds to the price and without it your device

At a Glance

An interesting and very accurate fitness product, the CORE is great for those looking to lose or gain weight. However, the monthly fee for the Activity Tracker adds to the price and without it your device is essentially useless.

Price when rated: $120

Pros

  • Very lightweight
  • Impressively accurate calorie counting

Cons

  • No built-in Bluetooth
  • You must purchase a subscription to the Activity Tracker to use the device
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