Best answer: There's really only two ways to wear the Fitbit Zip. You can clip it to your clothes with the included clip holder, or you can wear it on your wrist with a third party band. The correct place for you will probably depend on whatever you're doing at the time.

The type of activity will determine how you wear it

The Fitbit Zip is a small, inconspicuous, yet robust fitness tracker from one of the best names in the business. It's designed to be a simple and easy way to get into the world of fitness tracking. This little coin-like device will keep track of your steps, distance, and calories burned throughout the day and will let you sync it all up to your smartphone with the Fitbit App as well.

One of the best parts of the Zip is just how small and compact it is. This device comes with a silicon clip holder that will allow you to tuck it away anywhere either on your clothes or in your bag so you can track all your stuff without anything getting in your way. The hardest part might be remembering that it's there at all.

The clip is not the only way to wear it though. Sometimes when you're running or working out, you want it to be a bit more accessible and thanks to good old fashioned intuition, some folks out there figured out that the Zip is also the perfect size gadget to wear on your wrist and created some wrist bands for it. If you prefer the wrist-worn method or you would just rather have your Zip more accessible during your activity then you should pick up a wristband or two.

Our pick

Fitbit Zip

Small but mighty

The Fitbit Zip is perfect for those looking to get started with tracking their daily activity. It will keep tabs on your steps, calories burned, and distance moved throughout the day. It's also small enough to wear it wherever you want.

Wrist it up

WoCase ZipBand

Wear it like a watch

If you would rather wear the Fitbit Zip on your wrist, this is the way to go. It's got an Apple Watch style clasp with different colors and even combo packs so you can match your style.

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