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Fitbit Flex review

The Flex by Fitbit is a fitness tracker that lets you monitor your steps, distance, calories, and even food intake. It's lightweight, versatile, and can be swapped out for many different colors on the cheap. As trendy as it may be, how good is it at actually making you aware of your activity? That's what we're going to attempt to find out...

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Best fitness tracker: Fitbit Flex vs Jawbone UP24 vs Nike FuelBand SE vs Garmin vivofit!

Fitness trackers are all the rage for people who want to get in shape, drop some weight, and stay healthy. Slap one on your wrist, download an app to your iPhone, and start tracking your progress. Simple as that. Unfortunately the process of selecting a fitness band isn't as easy. They aren't cheap and they aren't all created equal. That's why I've taken an in-depth look at the most popular offerings from Fitbit, Jawbone, Nike, and Garmin to help you decide exactly which one is right for you.

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Fitbit stops sales and recalls Force amid rash of skin irritation complaints

Responding to complaints of skin irritation from Fitbit Force users, Fitbit has stopped sales of the fitness band and is conducting a recall of the product. They're offing a refund direct to consumers for the full retail price of the Force ($130) and have set up a dedicated webpage and call center to handle the recall.

Fitbit CEO James Park said that "only 1.7% of Force users have reported any type of skin irritation," that test results have shown "are likely experiencing allergic contact dermatitis." The growing chorus of reports about skin irritation was likely a factor in pushing the company towards the recall.

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#CESlive: Newest ways to track your fitness from Fitbit

Daniel and Cali are talking with Fitbit live at CES 2014 about their fitness trackers, the Fitbit Force and Fitbit Flex. Both trackers can monitor your daily activities, sleep patterns, and more. The Fitbit Force also doubles as a pretty decent watch.

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Fitbit update adds support for M7, more

Fitbit has updated the app to version 2.1, and the app now supports the Apple M7 motion coprocessor on the iPhone 5s. Fitbit calls this features MotionTrack, and says that it provides basic Fitbit tracking.

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Fitbit Force is a new wearable fitness tracker, with a hint of a watch for good measure

Fitbit needs little introduction to anyone familiar with fitness trackers, and today we're introduced to the Force, the latest wearable from the company. It looks a lot like the Flex, Fitbit's first efforts at a wristband tracker, but the Force adds a small LED display, and some additional features that comes with it.

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Fitbit Flex now shipping for $99.95, syncs with iPhone 4S and iPhone 5

Fitbit needs little introduction, and the latest in their line of wearable fitness devices, the Fitbit Flex, is now shipping for $99.95. First seen back at CES in January, the Flex has been a little while coming to market but now it's here.

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Fitbit Flex, the new, colorful way to count steps, calories, and more

The Fitbit Flex made an appearance at CES 2013 and we were there to check it out first-hand. If you're looking for a way to integrate your iPhone into your fitness and health routine, the Fitbit flex is a perfect option. It'll not only track your steps but your distance traveled, calories burned, and more.

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Talking with Fitbit at CES 2012

Fitbit can help you keep on target with any physical goals by tracking such things as walking, yoga, or weight lifting as well as logging foods you eat, when you eat and more.

Talking with Fitbit at CES 2012, we got a better overall feeling about how they work with iOSCheck out the video above for the full details -- it really is quite an amazing product, especially if you've got some new year's resolutions to keep

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