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Amazon.com has (for Amazon Prime members): The Garmin Vivofit Fitness Band (various colors) for $39.99. Shipping is free w/ your Prime membership. Thanks Discombobulated

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I have this, step count is accurate, haven't had to charge it in a year. the miles walked is not accurate, the calorie count includes resting calories burned so that isn't worth much. the app requires you to manually sync it, so that isn't great. all in all it serve it's purpose of motivating me to not sit on my butt all day.
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I have this, step count is accurate, haven't had to charge it in a year. the miles walked is not accurate, the calorie count includes resting calories burned so that isn't worth much. the app requires you to manually sync it, so that isn't great. all in all it serve it's purpose of motivating me to not sit on my butt all day.
I haven't found the step count to be accurate at all. Stairs and keeping my hands in my pockets (happens a lot in the winter) both skew the results. The sleep tracker portion is wildly inaccurate to the point of being a joke. The lack of any lighting makes the time nearly impossible to read in anything other than good light.

I paid less than this for mine (it was subsidized through an employee wellness program), and while it was a fun gadget to play around with for a few months, I ultimate found that the most useful purpose it served was as a watch I could wear when I went swimming without dealing with a gross band afterwards. In terms of actual health tracking or benefits, I didn't find it to be terribly useful.

If you've never owned one of these before and you want to see if it's right for you, it's not an awful price for a trial run. But if you're serious about your stats and want something that functions as a good watch as well, this probably isn't the one you're looking for.
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I haven't found the step count to be accurate at all. Stairs and keeping my hands in my pockets (happens a lot in the winter) both skew the results. The sleep tracker portion is wildly inaccurate to the point of being a joke. The lack of any lighting makes the time nearly impossible to read in anything other than good light.

I paid less than this for mine (it was subsidized through an employee wellness program), and while it was a fun gadget to play around with for a few months, I ultimate found that the most useful purpose it served was as a watch I could wear when I went swimming without dealing with a gross band afterwards. In terms of actual health tracking or benefits, I didn't find it to be terribly useful.

If you've never owned one of these before and you want to see if it's right for you, it's not an awful price for a trial run. But if you're serious about your stats and want something that functions as a good watch as well, this probably isn't the one you're looking for.
i just bought the vivofit 2 refurb from garmin that seems to address a lot of these issues. it was $38 i think.
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I have this, step count is accurate, haven't had to charge it in a year. the miles walked is not accurate, the calorie count includes resting calories burned so that isn't worth much. the app requires you to manually sync it, so that isn't great. all in all it serve it's purpose of motivating me to not sit on my butt all day.
Can I swing my arms or will that throw the distance further off? Smilie
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