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PIPERJ4A SparkPoints: (12,244)
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12/26/12 12:35 P

I've never had a problem with mine. But then again it's only been subjected to -20

DIDS70 Posts: 5,070
12/26/12 11:06 A

Your body heat and the layers of clothing you wear will keep it protected. I had mine on all day in very cold temps when sledding and it was still fully charged according to the site even though on the device itself the battery power looked low.

FELCZAN Posts: 123
12/25/12 2:08 P

Mine lasts several days between chargings (unlike my iPod) so I think it would probably be fine. I also keep mine on my bra so that it stays warm. Even a pocket or inner waist band would keep it snug.

CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (53,203)
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12/25/12 1:44 A

I think it would. I clip mine on my bra, so my body keeps it toasty

LDANELIS Posts: 3,442
12/25/12 12:38 A

I have been thinking about purchasing a Fitbit. Before I do, does anyone know how well they withstand the cold? During the winter, our temperatures plunge to -30 to -40, and I generally walk or run for about an hour outdoors. I am still able to use my iPod, though the battery ends up getting zapped quite quickly. Will the Fitbit be able to cope?


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