Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity Tracker & Sleep Wristband - Slate £58.96 @ Amazon
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Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity Tracker & Sleep Wristband - Slate £58.96 @ Amazon

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Found 23rd Feb 2014
Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband
Never stop moving with Fitbit Flex. Wear this slim, stylish device all the time and get the motivation you need to get out and be more active. It tracks steps, distance, and calories burned and shows you how you’re stacking up against your daily goals. At night, it tracks your sleep cycle, helps you learn how to sleep better, and wakes you silently in the morning. Access your stats anytime on your computer, tablet, or from smartphones – both iPhone and Android. Flex is your perfect companion, and stays with you everywhere - even in the shower.

At a Glance
Tracks steps, distance, calories burned, and active minutes
Log food, weight, and more on Fitbit’s website or apps
Monitors how long and how well you sleep
Wakes you (not your partner) with a silent wake alarm
LED lights show how your day is stacking up against your goal
Set goals, view progress, and earn badges
Share and compete with friends throughout the day
Syncs automatically with select mobile devices and to your computer
Free iPhone and Android App
Instantly launch your Fitbit app by tapping your device with your NFC-enabled Android phone
Easy-to-wear, slim, comfortable wristband
Available in two stylish colors – black and slate
Accessory bands allow you to personalise your Flex
Wear all day and night - even in the shower
Rechargeable battery
Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

39 Comments

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bigflump

Thanks for sharing, I've added the price & retailer to your deals title … Thanks for sharing, I've added the price & retailer to your deals title as it helps people to see your deal better



Thanx. Tried to edit on the mobile app to no success.

Excellent product, would highly recommend especially at this price

I'm actually intrigued by this and considering a product like this however £60 price tag is expensive for something I may stop bothering to use after a month

I use a fitbit one, and it's been a great help in losing a bit of weight and understanding how much exercise I get / calories i burn.

This is a good deal for the flex, but I'd prefer the new fitbit force which has a better display and could replace your watch. I think the flex is a bit odd in that you'd have to wear a watch as well If you wanted to see the time.

Still a great price for this.

Thanks for that, just got Amazon to refund the difference from when I bought it last week

Fitbit recalls its $130 Force fitness wristband afters admitting it can cause allergic reaction

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rarrr, what's the name of that website that will beat any Amazon price? I haven't used it in so long that I've forgotten. :-/

Toitles

Excellent product, would highly recommend especially at this price



Scary product, knows everything about you!!!

mumtozm

rarrr, what's the name of that website that will beat any Amazon price? I … rarrr, what's the name of that website that will beat any Amazon price? I haven't used it in so long that I've forgotten. :-/




it's flubit

Since when the watch is not enough to track how long did you sleep? Instead of sharing the goals/badges with the world compete with yourself, don't count burned calories while exercise, just enjoy.

This product is well a product of our times, something technological that appears to make life easier, being able to track your fitness and calories burnt, when it fact it's just a pedometer, it's not accurate at calorie tracking. There's no studies that I know of that attest to my conclusion that this has more of a psychological effect than a real benefit from the data it provides, but I imagine that's the real effect it has. That is this is a motivational tool which is expensive for what you can effectively do for free which is to motivate yourself to exercise and monitor your calorific needs.

Anyway whilst I wouldn't use one of these and I have considered it, but after some research I decided it wasn't worth the financial outlay, I did see that it can link up to myfitnesspal. So if anyone here is considering one and uses that app then that's something they might not have known beforehand.

I'm tired and my punctuation is completely messed up more than usual in this post, apologies",; for that; and well I "guess" I need some sort of equivalent grammar, tracker

Edited by: "fishmaster" 23rd Feb 2014

cautionsoap

Since when the watch is not enough to track how long did you sleep? … Since when the watch is not enough to track how long did you sleep? Instead of sharing the goals/badges with the world compete with yourself, don't count burned calories while exercise, just enjoy.



Trying to interpret your post was such hard work that my fitbit flex says I burned 150 calories in the process.

rfc4spl1

Trying to interpret your post was such hard work that my fitbit flex says … Trying to interpret your post was such hard work that my fitbit flex says I burned 150 calories in the process.



That would be a unique occurrence for a fitbit tracker to be correct about a calorific deficit, yours sounds like it's faulty, so er I'd keep it then.

terminata

Scary product, knows everything about you!!!


Sounds like the wife!oO

cautionsoap

Since when the watch is not enough to track how long did you sleep? … Since when the watch is not enough to track how long did you sleep? Instead of sharing the goals/badges with the world compete with yourself, don't count burned calories while exercise, just enjoy.



The sleep tracker is excellent, it records restlessness so you can see the quality of your sleep, helps you work out the effect of that midnight cheese sandwich on your sleep!

I lost half a stone and walk 5 miles a day since I got one. Sure, willpower is great, but this is a really good motivator. Recommended and very keen price

fishmaster

That would be a unique occurrence for a fitbit tracker to be correct … That would be a unique occurrence for a fitbit tracker to be correct about a calorific deficit, yours sounds like it's faulty, so er I'd keep it then.



I did also receive several not insignificant electric shocks in the process...

I've had one of these since July 2013, fantastic product!

Me and my friend compare daily, you occasionally forget to set it to sleep but that's about it.

Makes for a great talking point in the pub to friends, and is a great motivator to walk up the stairs instead of getting the lift etc...

Thanks OP. My wife has 1 of these and is looking better and I've been hoping to get one before I get divorced

Why would anybody want a source of constant radiation on their person?!?!? Google it.

So tempted..
Do I need it? No.
Have I ever thought about buying one before reading this post? No.
Will I buy one? Possibly..

Bought one specualtively for the wife.
Not quite sure if it's going to win me brownie points or get me a divorce?!?


Edited by: "cutthroat_jake" 24th Feb 2014

Been Member since Nov 2012. Its a great tool, used to log my food too daily till got to my target weight, but now have a good idea and just track my weight. Customer service for this company has been top class. Replaced an old ultra with a fitbit one when lost it running at no cost, replaced damage clip for a friend, work and communicate with its community which is very active.

So I recently swapped to a flex from the Fitbit One, as had started forgetting it and leaving it in different jackets. so missed the odd day.

This one has been everywhere with me since even swimming in the sea.

Am marathon training well trying.... so it helps me a lot.

If anyone is interested this is me Me on Fitbiton the community am pretty proud of my badges, am also pretty happy with the shape I'm in. Fitbit for me is a reminder to about making the right choices with exercise, sleep and what I put in my body. Worth £60 oh yes.

As for a recall of the Fitbit force shows to me how as soon as issue was identified company did the right thing and will fix it and when they do one day I'll upgrade, but for now I just check on the go on my HTC One X, (rooted).

For the HP microserver owners that get one. I have my bluetooth dongle they sent in that so tracks as I get home and throughout the day. But it will store the info for several days if needed. Also you can change the targets yourself.

Gball

Why would anybody want a source of constant radiation on their … Why would anybody want a source of constant radiation on their person?!?!? Google it.



I would like to convey my heartfelt thanks to you kind sir. I have since googled it, exposing myself to significant laptop and wi-fi radiation in the process and I'm appalled at what I've learned in the process! I have since thrown away all my gadgets (this laptop will be the last thing to go once I've posted this comment) in case the radiation fries my brain. It also has the added benefit that the government can no longer intrude into my thoughts about what really happened to JFK.

Once the fallout from Chernobyl has passed I will peel off all my skin due to the radiation of heat from my person and the potential risk this radiation poses to me.

cautionsoap

Since when the watch is not enough to track how long did you sleep? … Since when the watch is not enough to track how long did you sleep? Instead of sharing the goals/badges with the world compete with yourself, don't count burned calories while exercise, just enjoy.



A watch can track how long you are in bed but not how long you were asleep for, the difference with this device is that it uses the accelerometer to try and work out whether you're awake/restless (more movement) or asleep (less movement). This is the reason I bought the Flex and it's been reasonably interesting plus the data seems to match as the times it's logging awake/restless periods is the same time something else is happening in the house that has made some noise.

John

rfc4spl1

I would like to convey my heartfelt thanks to you kind sir. I have since … I would like to convey my heartfelt thanks to you kind sir. I have since googled it, exposing myself to significant laptop and wi-fi radiation in the process and I'm appalled at what I've learned in the process! I have since thrown away all my gadgets (this laptop will be the last thing to go once I've posted this comment) in case the radiation fries my brain. It also has the added benefit that the government can no longer intrude into my thoughts about what really happened to JFK.Once the fallout from Chernobyl has passed I will peel off all my skin due to the radiation of heat from my person and the potential risk this radiation poses to me.



You may want to find a different planet to live on too, there's background radiation anywhere! I've heard they're sending people to Mars soon. Oh wait no that's just an empty promise that won't ever be delivered on. Seems like we're out of luck bro.

cliffsun91

You may want to find a different planet to live on too, there's … You may want to find a different planet to live on too, there's background radiation anywhere! I've heard they're sending people to Mars soon. Oh wait no that's just an empty promise that won't ever be delivered on. Seems like we're out of luck bro.



I hate to break the bubble but Mars has no atmosphere and therefore the Sun's radiation has nothing to stop it blasting the surface of the planet

May I suggest a lead lined box or perhaps a 1950's refrigerator? It seemed to work in that awful Alien movie starting Harrison Ford.

price has increased

rfc4spl1

Trying to interpret your post was such hard work that my fitbit flex says … Trying to interpret your post was such hard work that my fitbit flex says I burned 150 calories in the process.

how does it feel do be so funny?does it help do burn the calories as well?I hope so.

Banned

If you need one of these to tell you your not doing as much exercise, you need to seek medical help

Showing at £67.04 for me....wtf

The price has gone up but if you put a tinfoil hat on then the radiation can't get you and the price drops back down

I found mine fantastic for tracking night feeds for my newborn, at all hours of the morning I dont care to remember the time I get up, too tired, but this tracked it for me and it makes it easy to see any patterns. also good to know I was still getting at least 5 hours deep sleep a night. Havent used it as a pedometer yet, suppose I should do really lol

Gball

Why would anybody want a source of constant radiation on their … Why would anybody want a source of constant radiation on their person?!?!? Google it.



Yeah yeah, cool, am really so on that vibe right now

Banned

eglons

The sleep tracker is excellent, it records restlessness so you can see … The sleep tracker is excellent, it records restlessness so you can see the quality of your sleep, helps you work out the effect of that midnight cheese sandwich on your sleep!



Or the restlessness may be completely unrelated to what you ate late that night.

Better avoid putting it on my right hand

Loving the comments, made me laugh this morning. To add my opinion, I've been wearing the One since October and lost 5kg by walking more and watching calorie intake. Recommended as a motivator!

bought it from amazon black friday deal for £45, sent it back for a refund. I didn't find it useful.
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