Yes, its 6.95 a month, I believe. I find it worth while. It does have its flaws, for example since part of the readings is done from an accelerometer and it is worn on the arm, it tends to read higher on arm heavy activities and low on leg heavy activities where your arms don't move (such as riding a bike), but I find that the highs and lows average out at the end of the day.
I have the bluetooth version that syncs with my smartphone. In the past I had the one that used the little display and I really enjoyed that one as well because you could see your calories burned per minute on one of the settings. I always thought it was fun to see it spike during exercised and remain elevated for hours afterward. I mean I knew that you continue to burn calories at a higher rate for a while after exercising, but it was pretty cool to actually "see" it. That particular function is not on the bluetooth application; I wish it was.
Edited by: RAINESSA at: 2/22/2012 (16:01)
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