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Fitbit are activity trackers, wireless-enabled wearable technology devices that measure data such as the number of steps walked, heart rate, quality of sleep, steps climbed, and other personal metrics involved in fitness. Some evidence has found that the use of similar devices results in less weight loss rather than more. The first product released was the Fitbit Tracker in 2008, which is basically a pedometer, but because of its advanced technology, it stood out from other pedometers. It comes with a 3D motion sensor which allows the device to track activity in precise detail, including the intensity of the activity. It also comes with features wherein user can enter statistics like age, height and weight into Fitbit’s website or app for iOS, Android and Windows 10 Mobile.
The trackers can be synced to smart devices via Bluetooth or uploaded to a computer running Windows or macOS using the Bluetooth USB dongle. Users have the ability to log their food, activities, and weight, to track over time and can set daily and weekly goals for themselves for steps, calories burned and consumed, and distance walked. Calories in versus calories out is more accurately measured when app users keep their tracker on. However, the app can be used without a tracker to measure calories on a lifestyle app. The app offers a community page where users can challenge themselves and compete against other users. The social element anticipates an increase in motivation, finding that users take an average of 700 more steps per day when they have friends on the app. Users can choose to share their progress pictures and achievement badges.
Fitbit is very convenient and easy to use making it a huge a success. Since it launched the original, Fitbit have made several other models where you can purchase from eBay and other retailers across the UK including Sainsbury’s, Currys, Tesco, Boots and Argos.
Why use Fitbit
- Track activity, exercise, food, weight, sleep and more, for real-time information about your day and night.
- Sync stats wirelessly and automatically from your Fitbit device to your phone or computer.
- Stay on track with online and mobile tools that show your progress as charts and graphs on the Fitbit dashboard.
- Reach your goals by seeing progress notifications and celebrate milestones with achievement badges.
- Encourage friends and family to join your path to fitness with the leaderboard, group challenges, and cheers or taunts.
In those who are overweight or obese, a 2016 study indicates that the use of wearable technology combined with standard behavioral weight loss intervention results in less weight loss after two years of use when compared to usual weight loss interventions. There was no evidence that the devices altered the amount that people exercised or their diet compared to control. A 2015 study found use of lifestyle apps demonstrate promising results in promoting healthy living in adults. It is unclear whether these devices affect the amount of physical activity children engage in.
Fitbit various types and models
- Fitbit Flex. Flex differs from other Fitbits in that it's a little "pod-like" device that you snap in and out of a wristband, which makes it simple to change wristbands from one color or style to another. It's also water resistant, so you can wear it in the shower — a rarity for Fitbit.
- Fitbit Zip. Unlike other Fitbits, Zip uses a replaceable 3V coin battery that the company says last for six months. It also comes in five colors, but if you seek the most color options, you might want to get a Flex.
- Fitbit Charge. Charge wristband offers more features than Flex. It shows you caller ID notifications on the OLED screen, provided you sync your compatible smartphone via Bluetooth.
- Fitbit Charge HR. Charge offers all the same features plus continuous heart-rate monitoring (no chest strap required), which is particularly important for athletes who want to get the most out of their exercise. It's available in four colors.
- Fitbit One. It's more compact than Zip and, unlike that low-end model, it tracks sleep and stairs climbed. One is available in black and burgundy.
- Fitbit Surge. Surge is the ultimate Fitbit device despite its chunky size. Unlike other Fitbits, Surge uses GPS to track your routes and display them on a map. You can control features and functions on the device itself, such as choosing different types of exercises to record, instead of having to use the app. It displays SMS alerts and caller ID information. Surge's screen is always on, so you can quickly check the time, and it displays multiple activity tracking data on a single screen during exercise, including distance traveled, elapsed time and current heart rate. The device also lets you control music playback on your connected smartphone. Surge is a super activity tracker with a few smartwatch features thrown in, and it's available in three colors.
- Fitbit Alta. With Alta you can track your steps, distance, calories burned, active minutes, hourly activity & stationary time. It helps you stay active throughout the day by giving you friendly reminders to move and celebrating when you do.
- Fitbit Alta HR. With the Alta HR, Fitbit has taken what was already a solid activity tracker, and made it better. It's not flash, it's not elaborate, but it is slick and with its newly added heart rate tracking skills it's a more well-rounded fitness companion for those looking beyond a simple steps count. Long battery life and stylish design combined with improving app software make the Alta HR the best all-around fitness tracker for most people.
Where can I find cheap Fitbit deals?
Amazon UK offers Light Night Deal on Fitbit Watches for £27.99. You have to act fast though before it goes only so many to go.
Various Fitbits in Sainsbury’s in-store are reduced including the Charge Hr from £120 to £82 and the FitBit Flex to £35. While the Fitbit FLEX 2 Black online is now £45 from its original price of £55. You can also get the Fitbit Charge 2 Black Large for just £99 from £130.
However, the best Fitbit Charge 2 deal in the UK can be found in Amazon UK and Microsot where you can get the Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate & Fitness Tracking Wristband Small / Large for only £89.99! Amazon even offers a gift wrap option for your order, so that’s ideal if you’re thinking of giving it to someone special.
If you’re looking to purchase the Fitbit Charge HR best price in the UK we’ve found Amazon has the best deal for it at £64.49. For cheap Fitbit Alta, Currys tops the cake with the AWESOME PRICE! FITBIT ALTA - £64 with Code. LOWEST EVER PRICE!
Fitbit Tesco deals include offers on a wide range of models where you can get savings of £20 to £30. Fitbit Boots deals on the other hand includes Advantage Card points on all purchases.
Best deals in the UK for all Fitbit models
Which Fitbit should I get?
If you’re wondering which Fitbit is the best for you, well you’re not the only one! The brand’s lineup is getting quite long and choosing which one will work best to suit your needs can be hard. Each gadget has its own unique features as well that may make them a better choice for a particular buyer. To choose the Fitbit model that is best for your personal needs, you should consider these questions:
- What types of activities do you perform? If you get exercise by walking up and down steps or by climbing elevated terrain, the Fitbit Ultra or One is the best choice because they are the only models that track steps climbed.
- How often do you want to wear the device? If you want to wear the Fitbit 24 hours per day, the Flex is the best choice because it is water-resistant (can be splashed but not submerged in water) and worn on the wrist so it won't be intrusive during sleep.
- How do you want to attach the Fitbit to your body? The Fitbit Classic, Ultra, and One all attach with a clip to one's clothes or belt. The Zip also clips on, but it is much smaller than the other models. The Flex is a wristband.
- How do you want to sync the Fitbit? The Classic can only be synced to PCs and Macs with a cable. The Ultra can also be synced wirelessly. The latter three Fitbit models can also be synced with Bluetooth and to select mobile devices.
- Do you want detailed sleep tracking? The Fitbit Flex offers more advanced sleep tracking than any of the other models.
- These Fitbit models will not help users looking to track the number of floors climbed, because they lack an internal altimeter. However, the Surge, which is Fitbit's answer to the smartwatch, has the ability to track the number of floors climbed in addition to its built-in activity tracking, heart rate monitoring, GPS, and more.