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They're also on sale direct from fitbit.
https://www.fitbit.com/us/products/trackers
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How does this compare to the MI band 5?
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Same price at Kohls. Pink, Black, White. Get $10 kohls cash with purchase.

https://www.kohls.com/product/prd...racker.jsp

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Lmao.
It was a serious question. Why would someone buy this when you can get the MI band 5 for 45$?
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How does this compare to the MI band 5?
This would arrive before September.
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This would arrive before September.
I see, thanks.
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It was a serious question. Why would someone buy this when you can get the MI band 5 for 45$?

- Fitbit is name brand and one of the first commercially available, consumer friendly fitness band brands that started the phenomenon
- quality
- people not really wanting to buy chinese brands
- this band exists and is available right now
- Fitbit has great customer service
- Fitbit is using these bands for COVID19 tests that any Fitbit user can participate in
- is in english
- lots of band customization options

Of course one might consider the Mi band 5 for
- amoled color display
- customizable themes
- doesnt require a subscription to tell you detailed sleep information
- pulse ox
- waterproof up to 160ft underwater
- NFC for touchless paying in stores (different model)
- smart home connection

The mi band 5 is basically the middle of the road for the Fitbit inspire hr and the fitbit versa lite.
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What's the difference between Inspire HR & Charge HR series?
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- Fitbit is name brand and one of the first commercially available, consumer friendly fitness band brands that started the phenomenon
- quality
- people not really wanting to buy chinese brands
- this band exists and is available right now
- Fitbit has great customer service
- Fitbit is using these bands for COVID19 tests that any Fitbit user can participate in
- is in english
- lots of band customization options

Of course one might consider the Mi band 5 for
- amoled color display
- customizable themes
- doesnt require a subscription to tell you detailed sleep information
- pulse ox
- waterproof up to 160ft underwater
- NFC for touchless paying in stores (different model)
- smart home connection

The mi band 5 is basically the middle of the road for the Fitbit inspire hr and the fitbit versa lite.
No oximeter ruled out the Inspire HR for me. I got the Honor Band 5.
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How does this compare to the MI band 5?
And the Wyze Band at $30?
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I got in on this deal earlier this year, and so far I've been very happy with my InspireHR.

Quote from NicholasB5001
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It was a serious question. Why would someone buy this when you can get the MI band 5 for 45$?
Quote from SeikenDensetsu
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- Fitbit is name brand and one of the first commercially available, consumer friendly fitness band brands that started the phenomenon
- quality
- people not really wanting to buy chinese brands
- this band exists and is available right now
- Fitbit has great customer service
- Fitbit is using these bands for COVID19 tests that any Fitbit user can participate in
- is in english
- lots of band customization options

Of course one might consider the Mi band 5 for
- amoled color display
- customizable themes
- doesnt require a subscription to tell you detailed sleep information
- pulse ox
- waterproof up to 160ft underwater
- NFC for touchless paying in stores (different model)
- smart home connection

The mi band 5 is basically the middle of the road for the Fitbit inspire hr and the fitbit versa lite.
I think Seiken made a great breakdown of Fitbit vs Miband. I'll add my personal experience with both: I first started with a Fitbit Charge which lasted THREE YEARS. Then I replaced it with the Miband 4, and within a month of using it I realized I had to go back to Fitbit. Currently I have the InspireHR.

I didn't like my Miband because I found it less user friendly (imo) than Fitbit. It also gave me different heart rate (and consequently, calories burned) numbers than my previous Fitbit. I liked that my Fitbit integrated seamlessly with Myfitnesspal, and when I counted my calories religiously I found that I could trust the data Fitbit was reporting (calories in, calories out, and whether I was maintaining or losing weight). My number one pet peeve with the Miband is that it couldn't accurately track my personal exercise of choice: cycling. The Fitbit automatically knows when I'm on the bike and starts tracking the exercise. The Miband does not; you have to manually start a session, which 1) I found annoying to do and forgot to do most of the time, and 2) even when I did remember to start a session, 80% of the time it would glitch out and fail. Weirdly enough, whenever I showered with my Miband it would never fail to automatically start a swimming session.

That being said, the Miband does have a few things going for it:
1. it's battery lasts significantly longer. I only charged it every 2 weeks, whereas I have to charge my Fitbit every 3 days
2. I could control music (Spotify, in my case) with the Miband; I personally found this really useful.
3. I find it very aesthetically pleasing; imo it's prettier than the currently fitbits

What I find most useful about Fitbit's user interface / Fitbit app:
1. Automatic exercise tracking (cycling in my case)
2. integration with Myfitnesspal so I can align my calories in vs calories out
3. sleep data is fun/interesting to look at
4. it tracks/predicts my periods
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Heads up, if you have a Costco membership, the Inspire HR is $65 [costco.com] (with $5 shipping, but you may be able to get it cheaper in warehouse), and Costco has a better return policy.
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This would arrive before September.
They actually don't take that long to arrive. I have a Honor Band 5 and just looked up my Aliexpress order and it took 13 days to get to my house after ordering. My wife is on the Fitbit train, but I'm trying to get her off and at least to something like Garmin now that they have more fashionable watches. She's had 3 Fitbit models with the latest being her Versa and now it's faulty. Of course these all happen after the warranty has expired. She's gentle with her watches and meanwhile I do everything with my Honor Band 5 on and it just keeps working.
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