The Fitbit One Wireless Activity Plus Sleep Trackeris a pedometer by design, meaning that it is for counting your steps. It tracks your steps and uses them to calculate statistics about your life like the number of calories that you have burned within a certain period of time. It should thus not incur demerit for its inability to track physical activities like weight lifting and biking and swimming. That is not the reason it was invented. It has very accurate step counting as it is specialized for that specific purpose. It also has the added advantage of functioning as a clock, ensuring that you accurately keep time.
Fitbit One Wireless Activity Plus Sleep Tracker, Black Key Features
- Proprietary charging cable
- 5- day battery life
- iOS and Android and PC support
- Bluetooth 4.0 wireless syncing
- Automatic sleep tracking
- 1-2-hour charging
Unlike the other fitness devices that are predominantly worn on the wrist or ankle, the Fitbit One Wireless Activity Plus Sleep Tracker is not constrained by any of this as it can be worn anywhere on the body. You can attach it to your belt, clip it on your bra or carry it around in your pocket depending on what you prefer. It has a good display from where you can view your progress as the day or night goes on. It has an altimeter that helps to count the flights of stairs that you climb. Other than the intended purpose of counting your steps, it also estimates the distance traveled and a number of calories burnt during this time. There is an app for both android and iOS devices that enables you to keep count of your free minutes.
You can also monitor your sleeping patterns, enabling you to better understand the length of time that you have slept, how well you have done it and what you sleeping practices are like. You can also use the silent alarm to wake you up every morning. It also has a clock and a stopwatch included in the design. The fact that it can be pocketed brings about the issues of changing it out every time that you change clothes, and the stopwatch always counting randomly because it is easily activated.
The Fitbit One has a commendable battery life and can go for almost the entire week. It also keeps track of your activities when the battery is slow by initiating the low-power mode where the display is rendered inactive.