(Closed) Fitbit vs Jawbone UP

posted 4 years ago in Fitness
Post # 3
23785 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

@OtterHalf:  I have the fitbit one and love it!  I don’t know much about the flex or the jawbone, but thought I’d bump this for you in hopes that you get some better answers! 🙂

Post # 4
82 posts
Worker bee

Fitbit is very nice do be warned it does over estimate calories burned in most cases.otherwise verynaccurate and a good app that lets it sync with some smart phones.

Post # 5
83 posts
Worker bee

@OtterHalf:  I have the Fitbit One and love it. I considered upgrading to the Flex, but decided to stick with this one for a couple of reasons. Tthe Flex doesnt count stairs climbed, and I don’t know if I will always want to wear it around my wrist. I wear my One hooked to my bra and nobody see’s it and I never really leave home without it.

Post # 6
1781 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Hubby and I are both getting the Fitbit Flex (as soon as they are available again; right now they are completely out of stock). We’ve considered the Fitbit One, but I know I would lose it. A bracelet is better for me and between the Flex and the Up, we both liked the features of the Flex better.

Post # 7
1719 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

DH got us the Fitbit Ones (we got them just last week) over the Flex because the Flex doesn’t have an altimeter.  It’s nice to add flights/stairs tracking, too.  We also like to see how many steps we have to do to reach our goals.  The Flex only gives you 5 leds to track with.  Plus, the reviews for the Flex right now seem hit or miss.

Post # 8
1392 posts
Bumble bee

I have the fit bit one and I wear it n my bra.  I really don’t want to explain to people why my wristband is lighting up.

Post # 9
1427 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2010 - parent's backyard

I mainly use my fitbit ultra to tell me how far I’ve gone / how many steps a day I’ve taken. I’ve checked it against maps, and it seems to be very accurate. I’ve also read other reviews that confirms it’s very accurate in this way. I also love that I can hide mine in my clothes instead of wearing it on my wrist.  however, it does seem to be thrown off when I drive, which is annoying. I tend to only wear mine when I’m on a walk. 

I ignore the calories part because I don’t count calories, and I worry it might be inaccurate anyway. 

because of this, I wish I had opted for the fitbit zip, whichi is only $51.  my ultra is more than I need, LOL!  

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