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another fitbit, another day

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Over the weekend lost yet another fitbit zip, It just seems to find a way to fall off or get caught and lost. So I'm now trying a fitbit flex since I found one on craigslist for 80. At least I can see when it is off my wrist.

I have to say the convenience of tracking with it has been almost worth the aggravation and cost replacing them.
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  • v DONNELDA22
    Glad to see that you love your Fitbit. I was contemplating buying one, but didn't know how good they were.
    I was looking at the pictures of your cat family. They're great company aren't they.
    You are doing a great service, acting as a adoption service for these gorgeous animals. As a cat lover, I thank you very much. emoticon
    1073 days ago
  • v HEYRED221
    Oh my gosh - have you tried the fitbit one? It has a great clip.
    1075 days ago
  • v AJDOVER1
    luv my fitbit!

    can't beat the convenience of tracking. These little things are pretty darn motivating, aren't they?
    1080 days ago
  • v JUSTME29
    My fitbit one went through the washer and survived.

    I think the flex may just be the answer for you.
    1080 days ago
  • v CFMOSS
    maybe it needs a homing beacon so you can zoom in on it. Good searching for one which isn't as likely to get lost.
    1080 days ago
  • v MERRYMARY42
    I can lose anything and everything, or I should say misplace, but so far, so good with my fitbit one, I have had it since 7-3 13 and only forgot to set my sleep one time, and went half the day with out it on, but other than than I really like it.
    1080 days ago
  • v NSPIXIE
    I've been lucky with the fitbit one - wore it swimming one day and it survived!

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    1080 days ago
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