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Reviewed on 2016-11-25
Sends hourly movement reminders, Displays smartphone notifications, SmartTrack senses the type of exercise, Sweat and splashproof, Interchangeable wristbands, Easytoswipe touchscreen, Userfriendly app, Sleek and comfortable fit, Automatic sleep tracking...Hardtouse strap, Tough to read in sunlight, No heart rate monitor, Relatively short battery life
The Fitbit Alta was popular with our testers and performed well during our lab tests. The tracker has a stylish design, with a touchscreen that displays all the information you need to track your daily activity like steps and calories burned. It's suppose...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-08
As regular readers will know, I've become a complete convert to the Apple Watch . But the Watch isn't for everyone: it's relatively expensive, fairly chunky and for most users has one-day battery-life.I've been trying the Fitbit Alta for the past week, an...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-02
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Reviewed on 2016-08-17
When it comes to fitness in the Lazygamer office, there's only one person you should talk to – me. Hang on, really? I run and cycle every now and then, but that doesn't make me a health or nutrition expert, not by any means.Still, that didn't stop the res...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-16
Hey, may just get you fit, comfortable to wear, free tracking app, automatically switches to exercise mode as required, easy charging connectionBand catch can be difficult, no kilojoules energy display option
Perhaps the new wave of smart watches will threaten the producers of fitness bands. Perhaps not. But for whatever reason industry veteran Fitbit continues to release new and improved models of its ‘Trackers' some of which are themselves encroaching on sm...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-11
If a fitness tracker were a person, what would that person be like? That person would be fit (of course!). It would be a she (and why not?). And, she would be as nimble as she is sturdy. Toned but not chiseled – more like Gal Gadot as opposed to a Ronda R...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-01
Best Fitbit design to date, excellent 5day battery life, comfortable to wear, nice display, notifications, accurate steptracking, fantastic app platformNo heartrate monitoring, no altimeter, no waterproofing, inaccurate distancetracking, display not always super responsive nor visible in bright light
Fitbit is arguably one of the most well-known companies when it comes to activity tracking, monopolising around 70 per cent of the market. It not only offers a huge selection of devices in comparison to its competitors, but it also offers an excellent int...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-09
Thin and stylish, Accurate automatic sleep and activity tracking, Great battery life, Helpful hourly reminders to moveSmartTrack sometimes detects exercise when there is none, Notifications aren't very useful, No waterproofing, Classic and leather straps can be a hassle to put on
If you've ever been in the market for a fitness tracker, chances are you have heard of Fitbit. The company is the obvious leader in wearable devices, as per reports from market researcher IDC, but it has been facing growing competition from Apple, Xiaomi...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-09
Looks less like a fitness tracker with slim, sleek design, Tracks workouts like running automatically and accurately, Highquality interchangeable bandsDisplay can slow to respond to tapping
Fitbit's lineup of activity-tracking bands runs the gamut, from the totally basic $60 Zip to the powerful cardio companion, the $250 Surge. The new Fitbit Alta is a sleeker, more stylish fitness band than the company has attempted before, and with its lau...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-09
Fitbit's lineup of activity-tracking bands runs the gamut, from the totally basic US$60 Zip to the powerful cardio companion, the US$250 Surge. The new Fitbit Alta is a sleeker, more stylish fitness band than the company has attempted before, and with its...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-09
Fitbit's lineup of activity-tracking bands runs the gamut, from the totally basic $60 Zip to the powerful cardio companion, the $250 Surge. The new Fitbit Alta is a sleeker, more stylish fitness band than the company has attempted before, and with its lau...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-09
There is one thing that is common about all Fitbit Fitness Trackers. not-so attractive design…in-fact there is no design if I have to put it up blunt forward. This is the reason every-time I have to move into parties, or social gathering the band used to...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-05
Comfortable design with small dimensions and light weight, Durable and relatively fast charging battery, Convenient Fitbit app, displaying detailed info and statistics about your activity, Notifications in case of phone calls, texts and events, It tracks...The band requires more effort to be pinned on, Not a very responsive display
Fitbit is a popular manufacturer of wearable tech and we are not surprised by the great variety of devices that bear this brand. One of the most discussed bracelets is Alta. This is why today's review is dedicated namely to this model and Fitbit's mobile...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-26
While Fitbit has looked increasingly to the high-end of the fitness tracking market with its last three product releases; Charge HR, Surge, and the 2016 Blaze, their second new product for the year turns its attention back to the lower-end of the market...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-23
Small and sleek design, detects your activities and requires no action apart from wearing and charging, excellent companion appScreen sometimes nonresponsive, not waterproof
The Fitbit Alta is the company's best ever fitness band that can be worn 24/7 to count your steps, track your sleep, help count your calories and give you an excellent overview of your activity level.For anyone who wants to get into shape or stay in shape...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-18
More attractive design options, Leading ecosystem, Excellent appNot for serious athletes, Screen slightly laggy, Still quite thick
What do you need a fitness tracker for? Tracking exercise or motivating you to walk instead of taking the bus?If the answer is the former, you'd be better served by a fitness tracker with more features, (such as a heart rate sensor) or even a GPS running...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-12
We've updated this review with a chart comparing all the Fitbit features, making it easier to understand where the Fitbit Alta fits in the company's full collection There was a time when buying a Fitbit was simple. There was only one of them, and it did...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-11
Great app, Automatically tracks workouts, Week long batteryNo heartrate monitor, Annoying charger, Not waterproof, Screen not overly responsive
What is the Fitbit Alta? The Alta is Fitbit's best-looking fitness band yet, but it doesn't really redefine the whole category. If you already have a Fitbit Charge , Jawbone UP2 or even a smartwatch such as the Moto 360 Sport , there isn't a whole lot her...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-05
Great design, Affordable price, Perfect feature setSoftware could be better, No heart rate monitor, Patrick O'Rourke contributed to this review, Related reading: Fitbit Blaze review: Not really a ‘smart' watch
Step counters, or pedometers as they're more formally know, have existed for centuries – most people probably remember getting one alongside a box of cereal they purchased sometime in the past – but it's really with the introduction of the Fitbit Classic...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-01
Genuinely motivating step reminders, Accurate sleepmonitoring, Excellently connected app, Grownup form factorNo waterproofing, No heart rate monitor, Screen collects scratches
Fitbit is no slacker when it comes to activity tracking. Every one of its many wearables is simple to use and precision built to appeal to your self-improvement urges.However popular Fitbit is though, you could never accuse the company of being fashionabl...
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