10 reviews


$100.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Tracks both intake and expenditure of calories. Passive wireless data collection. Lightweight and compact - can be carried and used easily.

The Cons:Proprietary website is used to track and display your statics. Can be easily lost off of clothes. Can only be used by one person.

The FitBit is a mid-grade fitness device that tracks a user’s sleep, movement, and burnt calories. It clips onto a user’s clothing and then gathers motion data in three dimensions, after which it converts it into useful information.

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Product Shot 2 It includes a wireless base station that collects data from the unit (within 15’) and then syncs the information to a PC via a USB connection. The system comes with an included software package that once installed, allows users to monitor their health dashboard online at FitBit. The analysis is based off the user’s age, height, weight, and gender AND keeps a detailed track of a user’s activity level — including highs/lows, intensity, and calorie intake/outtake (user must log their nutritional info online). The FitBit is currently available for pre-order, but will not begin shipping until January 31st, 2010.


  • Mid-Grade Fitness Device
  • Movement/Sleep/Calorie Tracking
  • Wireless Device (Clip)
  • Wireless Base Station
  • USB 2.0 Interface (Base)
  • PC Syncing
  • Online Health Dashboard

User Reviews (11)

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  • 6

    tracks both intake and expenditure of calories

  • 5

    passive wireless data collection

  • 4

    lightweight and compact - can be carried and used easily

  • 4

    lasts 5-10 days before needing to be charged

  • 3

    also tracks your sleeping habits

  • 3

    will continue to record data even when battery is almost dead - the device intelligently stops turning on the display, warns user

  • 3

    device can store up to 7 days of minute-by-minute data before requiring an upload

  • 2

    affordable price

  • 2

    well designed website

  • 2

    You can add foods that are not listed and favorite foods that you eat often

  • 4

    proprietary website is used to track and display your statics

  • 3

    Can be easily lost off of clothes

  • 2

    can only be used by one person

  • 2

    only has one base station, cannot buy extra stations

  • 2

    Poor Customer Service

  • 1

    doesn't come with a manual

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oneworldsurfer: #fitbit Loved it until started having problems... CS is NON existent. No Phone number and rarely answers emails. Feb 9, 11
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