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I was wrong, Spark Activity Tracker doesn't suck!

Friday, December 20, 2013

When I first got my Spark Activity Tracker I was skeptical. I didn't like it. I missed my fitbit. But its been a month or so now and I have to say its growing on me!

I figured out how to callibrate it, and I have managed to hit my goal of 10k steps MOST days. Once I got all the lights lit up I felt how motivational they can be.
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So anyway, sure there are lots of things about the fitbit I loved... and miss. But for the price difference I think The Spark is pretty awesome.

So I was wrong. And I'm sorry for my negative review.

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  • ANAIS57
    ok .. you sold me. i had asked about it on the 5:2 forum.. but no one said anything. so i am glad to hear such glowing reviews.... now it's just to find the xtra dollars in the budget.
    1782 days ago
  • ALEXSGIRL1
    emoticon I love mine but I never had a fitbitt.
    1787 days ago
  • KATHY98665
    Glad it is working out for you. My Fitbit is still hanging in there and I cannot imagine not having some gadget attached to me telling me how much- or how little! emoticon - I have moved. I have found it to be such a motivator.
    Keep on trucking!
    1791 days ago
  • GAYLLYNNE
    That's awesome. It's great when we can go back and review and change our opinion about something. You keep going, you're doing great!!
    1793 days ago
  • MARILYNS70
    I love the spark activity tracker. I have been keeping track of steps / calories burned / miles walked and love to add them all up. I am amazed to watch my progress going from 600 steps to over 3,000
    1794 days ago
  • SLLYONS51
    I have used the body bugg and Weight watchers activity link. I really like the Spark Activity tracker, so motivating when it glows!!! emoticon
    1794 days ago
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