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Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity & Sleep Wristband + $17 Rakuten Cash EXPIRED

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Promoted 07-31-2014 at 09:17 AM View Original Post
Brookstone via Rakuten has Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity & Sleep Wristband + $0.88 Filler Item for $100.84 - $30 off with promo code NEWBIE = $70.84. Must add both items for discount to appear. Offer is valid for new customers only. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Available in the following colors:Brookstone via Rakuten also has Fitbit One Wireless Activity Plus Sleep Tracker (Burgundy) + $0.88 Filler Item for $100.83 - $30 off with promo code NEWBIE = $70.83. Must add both items for discount to appear. Offer is valid for new customers only. Shipping is free.

Note, you may also earn ~$17 in Rakuten Cash with promo code EXTRAREWARDS for a future purchase

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There are currently 7000 reviews for the Fitbit One and with an average rating of 4.4/5 stars and 6200 reviews for the Fitbit Flex. Head over to PC Magazine and TechCrunch for their reviews on the Fitbit One and Engadget for the Fitbit Flex.

Price Comparison:

  • Our research indicates that the Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity & Sleep Wristband is $23 lower (24% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $94 to $100.
  • Our research indicates that the Fitbit One Wireless Activity Plus Sleep Tracker (Burgundy) is $29 lower (29% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $100.

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Edited July 30, 2014 at 12:01 PM by ILoveGoooold
Add either of these in cart and include a filleralso $0.88 filler [rakuten.com] or $0.99 filler [rakuten.com] (scroll down to axon direct)


then use code NEWBIE for $30 off $100+


= $71 + free shipping
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It was interesting first 2 weeks, but I haven't worn it since then. I read the avg buyer use it for 3 wks and never again.

I wonder if I can get about $50 for mine Smilie
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LOL Ebay'd mine for 71 after 3 weeks about 2 months ago
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New Fitbit app for WP8.1 released yesterday.

In for one
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It was interesting first 2 weeks, but I haven't worn it since then. I read the avg buyer use it for 3 wks and never again.

I wonder if I can get about $50 for mine Smilie
my wife has worn her's everyday since last Christmas, seems like my money wasn't wasted Wink she did need something more to track her sleeping though, so that was my main reason for picking it up.
like most everything though, we'll see how long it lasts... the old Garmin trainers were also short lived, but those were mainly only for runs and walks.
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Got mine on the last Brookstone deal, had it for a couple weeks. It's basically just an expensive pedometer and I'm returning it. You have to log pretty much everything except steps, and it's totally inaccurate, it counts steps while your driving, goes into the sleep mode all the time and I have to wake it up by tapping it again 5 times. The only thing I'm going to miss is the silent vibrating alarm, but I'll get by with my "old school" alarm clock to save 70 bucks.
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Well, I got mine mainly for the sleep function too as aside that, it's mainly a pedometer with lights and BT. The sleep function requires you to click on "i'm going to sleep now" and "i am awake" each time....and it pretty much tells you restless vs restful which I assume is based on some sort of basic movement sensor. I will it can detect your pulse as it would be much more useful and accurate.
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my wife has worn her's everyday since last Christmas, seems like my money wasn't wasted Wink she did need something more to track her sleeping though, so that was my main reason for picking it up.
like most everything though, we'll see how long it lasts... the old Garmin trainers were also short lived, but those were mainly only for runs and walks.
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After using the force for a while (recalled and got $140 back) I decided to buy a fitbit one off CL for $40. Well the real issue is with any of these is to remember to put it on. Flex would be nice but for $40. Also fitbit really needs to make these waterproof
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I want to try one of these out, but I've decided I won't probably wear it unless it replaces my watch, and to do that it has to have a clock. Wish they could figure out their troubles with the Fitbit Force or have some other company make a similar dead-simple device that tells time. Doesn't seem like that complicated of a feature to include.
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I've had one since last Xmas- wife and I traded off a bit but the band fell apart and I just used my geek squad warranty and they forked over a new one and I paid $3 extra for an additional 2 year warranty-- will keep repeating this cycle until I tire of it and sell the last new replacement in due time... Paid $67 (was on sd originally) plus the $12 for warranty---
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I want to try one of these out, but I've decided I won't probably wear it unless it replaces my watch, and to do that it has to have a clock. Wish they could figure out their troubles with the Fitbit Force or have some other company make a similar dead-simple device that tells time. Doesn't seem like that complicated of a feature to include.
what's the issue with the Force? my wife hasn't complained about anything, so i'm assuming she hasn't experienced whatever the issue is...
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what's the issue with the Force? my wife hasn't complained about anything, so i'm assuming she hasn't experienced whatever the issue is...
Read this: https://www.fitbit.com/forcesupport
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Well, I got mine mainly for the sleep function too as aside that, it's mainly a pedometer with lights and BT. The sleep function requires you to click on "i'm going to sleep now" and "i am awake" each time....and it pretty much tells you restless vs restful which I assume is based on some sort of basic movement sensor. I will it can detect your pulse as it would be much more useful and accurate.
i did buy her the Force, so it works like a watch for her too... but yes, the functionality is simple and that's something i liked about it. didn't wana to buy her something she'd have to charge every day, that's just an annoyance.
yeah, you're setting the accelerometers into a more sensitive mode to track subtle movements during sleep. seems to work well enough, she can try different things now and see how they affect her sleep... since she doesn't get much.
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what's the issue with the Force? my wife hasn't complained about anything, so i'm assuming she hasn't experienced whatever the issue is...
Force was recalled because people had skin irritation and rash cause of the band. I didnt have any issues but they never updated the force to receive iphone alerts. Also $140 back was worth returning it rather than getting stuck with an unsupported product in the near future.

Also they said they will soon put out a new force replacement but nothing so far.
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