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Review: Fitbit One is a great fitness sidekick

At a Glance

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  • Fitbit One
    $100.00

    Easy to get into the habit of using, the Fitbit One's added features are a great addition to the tracker—especially the silent alarm feature. The OLED display was nicely designed and easy to read. We do

At a Glance

Easy to get into the habit of using, the Fitbit One's added features are a great addition to the tracker—especially the silent alarm feature. The OLED display was nicely designed and easy to read. We do wish there was also an Android app though.

Price when rated: $100

Pros

  • Light and easy to carry
  • The sleep counter and silent alarm are great additions

Cons

  • No wireless syncing for the Android app
  • No GPS features
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