Lots of good ideas for holding onto fitbit. I couldn't stand being without one, so ordered another zip on Amazon. I had a 16.00 credit, so it only ended up costing $32.00. I also pre-ordered the fitbit flex.
I wear in my bra, faced inside so if it works its way loose, it falls into my "natural pocket" lol Has only happened 1x so far.
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One use has posted photos of how she secures her Fitbit - I don't recall which model. She connected a small zip tie to the top of the Fitbit holder after having threaded an elastic clip leader through it. So she secures the Fitbit to her clothes, then attaches the clip.
I bought the zip ties and clips, but haven't connected them to it yet. Perhaps I'm tempting fate, but it connects quite snuggly to my sports bra and I haven't had a problem with it coming off.
Stepping in a rhythm to a Kurtis Blow Who needs to think when your feet just go
that is why it is suggested to wear it clipped on somewhere rather than putting it in pockets
They say three is a charm. Hope it works out that way for you
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Do you know my son? He has never met a cell phone he can't break in less than six weeks.
I think there is a market for a stylish wrist strap for the FitBit so it may be worn as a watch. The wide black velcro wrist thing just shouts "LOSER!" when I see it.It would be like the belt clip thingamajig except with a watch band.
I shall get right on that.
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In the past two months I have lost a fitbit ultra and a zip. The zip fell out of my pocket and I accidently stepped on and broke it. The ultra came out of my pocket and was accidently flushed down the toilet. I think I will get the new one that you wear on your wrist when it comes out. Less of a chance of losing it.
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