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Fitness Minutes: (180,085) Posts: 2,208 3/29/13 5:10 P
I forgot my wrist band when I went on a trip. I cut the toe off an old sock I had in my suit case. I slipped the sock on my arm with the cut part close to my elbow. I rolled up the cut edge. I put the fitbit under the heel part of the sock. I then rolled the cuff edge that was close to my wrist. The fitbit stayed there all night.
When I go on an over night and forget mine, I clip it to my pjs. I'm not sure if it measures the same.
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Fitness Minutes: (54,406) Posts: 3,013 3/23/13 6:15 A
I lost mine too, which is odd since I have always kept it in the bedroom. (I think there is a cat involved...) Anyway, I just clip the Fitbit to the neckline of what I wear to bed. That seems to work fine. I am getting the same kind of data on sleep that I got when I was using the wristband.
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Fitness Minutes: (81,350) Posts: 18,879 3/23/13 1:11 A
I think Fitbit.com sells them. I've heard some people talk about clipping them to their pjs. I'm not sure how well it works for them though.
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