Top products from r/fitbit

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u/Undercover_Mop · 4 pointsr/fitbit

If you’re looking for a screen protector, I’d highly recommend this one. I do physical labor as part of my work which involves lifting objects, using tools and equipment, and working in a shop where there’s stuff all around that can be bumped into. I’ve banged my Versa into things a bunch of times but there hasn’t been a single scratch on it since this protected covers every millimeter of the watch that’s visible besides the buttons (it wraps all around to the back and there’s holes for the buttons). I was kind of wondering how well it would actually work until I smacked it into something which caused a fairly large and niticible scrap on the protector. I took the cover off to check the watch out and there wasn’t a single mark on it, and it still looks like new even after having it for around roughly six months. The only “issues” there are is that it might get dirty underneath and you have to remove the cover to charge it, but it literally takes one second to remove and put back on and all you need to do to clean it is take a damp towel and wipe it out.

I kind of went overboard on the accessories when I got my Versa since I was excited so here’s a few other things I picked up:

Versa charging dock: I wasn’t a fan of the charger that came with the Versa soI went with this. It’s nice and compact and pretty well made. Holds onto the watch well and charges very quickly.

Lether bands: I picked up four of these in different colors. Haven’t worn any of them a ton and only do so when I go out to do something nice which isn’t often lol (movies, dinner, etc.), but they’re comfortable and look good. Well made from what I see too.

Stainless steal bands: I’ve worn these more often than the previous ones and they’re really comfortable, you don’t even feel them at all. They fit into place perfectly as well and hook up easily too. I’m probably going to start wearing them more.

Rubber sport band: By far my favorite band and it’s the one I use daily. Stylish and durable and it’s one of the few times where I’ve seen a product advertise air holes as a feature and they actually work. Like I said I do a lot of physical work and I also lift weights, and I found that my wrist would become uncomfortable under the watch. This band actually does breath and I feel no discomfort. I did have a major problem getting it to hook in and considered sending it back at first, but it just simply doesn’t hook into the slots like other bands. It has the same mechanism but you kind of need to angle it downward and push it into place. Once I got that figured out, it didn’t become a problem at all.

u/dmonstar · 4 pointsr/fitbit

I've done some research on this because I was in the market for one myself, so I'll share what I've concluded:

  1. The only other scale that I've found that gets better reviews than the Aria (in terms of smart scales and syncing with the FitBit) is the Withings WS-50. I have heard that generally the Withings is better but comes at a higher price point, but coincidentally, leading to my next point:

  2. The Withings is coincidentally at one of its lowest historical price points as of 12:00PM CST. Proof here. I just happened to see this and might have to consider purchasing one today.

  3. In general, smart-scales are pretty inaccurate for everything other than weight, and even then, some other scales are better in terms of accuracy. The "dumb scales" can give you more precise and accurate weight measurements. But, if the body-fat measurements (although inaccurate) encourage you to lose more weight, then the $80+ more that it costs might actually be worth it.

  4. In the end we are just trying to become more fit, and the hardest part of that goal is the motivation/discipline aspect. What a piece of technology does for someone is different for everyone, so if you like the Aria, keep it (or refund then buy the Withings). If not, refund it and get a more accurate scale and just log-in the weight manually.

    My general rule of thumb nowadays is that a price-premium is worth paying for if it keeps you motivated/disciplined to keep fit, since you can't put a price on health.

    TL;DR: It's really up to you and how the Aria affects your fitness journey
u/Big9erfan · 4 pointsr/fitbit

My wife has quite the small wrist and has no problem with the Blaze looking too big. She was VERY concerned that would be the case though, but she's been very pleased.

22mm watch bands can be used, though you'll have more success with some than others.

For example:

I bought this one:
works great.

I tried this one for my wife:
couldn't get it to fit unfortunately.

u/Meepzors · 2 pointsr/fitbit

Metal bands might work: I'm almost positive that solves the bubbling issue right off the bat.

But I would think you'd want to avoid playing basketball with a metal band, so...

If you don't want a metal band (and want to stick to rubber), then this is my favorite. It looks a bit weird (it doesn't actually use the band connectors: it's just a rubber "pocket" that holds your fitbit). However, it feels relatively secure and comfortable. Also I doubt these bands will ever bubble, considering there isn't any glue anywhere in the band.

If you're looking for something in between, one of my favorite bands that I used to wear was actually made up of two parts: a metal connector that I scavenged from an old (fully metal, with watch-links) band, and a regular (20mm, I think) braided nylon watch strap. Incredibly lightweight. However, this is kind of a gamble because you never know what kind of pins aftermarket fitbit bands actually use, so it's best to tread carefully.

u/DeliriousDreams01 · 1 pointr/fitbit

Actually the off brand bands I've had for it have been pretty awesome. POY Replacement Bands Compatible for Fitbit Charge 2, Classic & Special Edition Sport Wristbands, Small Black, 1PC

u/LukeGreatGuy · 1 pointr/fitbit

I do it at the gym and I have found that wireless headphones are hugely helpful if you aren't already using them. I stand in front of a mirror and place my phone at my feet in front of me and glance down at it to see what I'm supposed to be doing.

Edit: I use these ones. They were like 38$ and work great.

u/guyman3 · 2 pointsr/fitbit

Well think of it this way, you always see stuff on this sub of people complaining about bugs, and missing features that they want on the CURRENT products, and as you can see they are losing money so it's pretty hard to rationalize whole new product lines like your describing which would require hiring more designers, managers, and engineers, and manufacturing devices... Those are expensive... Not to mention a lot of the things you mentioned have a relatively small market compared to smart watches and fitness trackers so they probably don't stand to profit off of it anyway

That said there ARE some companies that have integrated with Fitbits stuff
Water bottles

Other scales

And you can make apps for their watches

Would be great to see more products built to sync with it

u/cdthomer · 1 pointr/fitbit

>is there a clunky charging mount that I've read about.

You can but a cradle charger for like $8 on Amazon that is worlds better than the "pop the tracker out of the frame" nonsense.

It looks like your other questions have already been answered.

u/AngelAsh17 · 1 pointr/fitbit

Iuse this fitindex scale from Amazon , it's less than 30$ . It has its own app that links data into the Fitbit app . I love it !

u/Neilpoleon · 1 pointr/fitbit

I used a bumper case similar to the one you listed and really like it. Here is the one I am using made by SIRUIBO. Just make sure you get a color that goes well with your wristband.



u/ValorousVelociraptor · 3 pointsr/fitbit

Got the black one since reviews mentioned the printing flakes off on the patterned ones. Looks pretty good and allows for charging without being removed.

u/negotiate · 5 pointsr/fitbit

I’ve actually been really happy with this one I ordered off amazon:

You unscrew the 4 screws on the underside to remove the tracker from the band, and then transfer the tracker to the new band. I have had zero issues with this replacement band!

Edit: do not order the small though! It is about an inch smaller than the “small” size actual Fitbit band.

u/mokeymo2012 · 3 pointsr/fitbit

I didn't really know how to adjust the band but youtube has some really good videos on how to adjust the length on this type of band.

u/NeptuneIsMyHome · 10 pointsr/fitbit

People say plays nicely with the FitBit app, and it's a whole lot cheaper than the Aria.

u/reserved1012 · 1 pointr/fitbit

Hey I was just trying to order this scale of but its not giving me a buy option to ship to Canada although its mentioning a direct import fee (which I haven't seen before). Does this mean I am simply unable to order it? You may not know the answer to this but I thought you may be full of surprises.

Probably just means I can't order this as its just cannibalizing their own sales of electronics. Not sure why the import fee is mentioned though.

However Amazon doesn't even sell it on the Canada side, only through resellers. Look at this price too!

May have to stick with the aria at this price unless i can solve the shipping.

u/mar7967 · 2 pointsr/fitbit

It defaults to "Ships from and sold by Brookstone" likely because Brookstone lists a shipping date of 1-3 weeks, where amazon still doesn't list a ship date on their listing. I believe that Amazon algorithm will so the lowest priceed "store", and if multiple have the same price, it shows the fastest shipping. Amazon still has it listed if you look.

u/kingcobraninja · 1 pointr/fitbit

Do you have a link to the Amazon product page? I couldn't find it. Is it possible Amazon pulled it because it sucked so bad?

Edit: I think I found it, however this is not is not anywhere near the top when you search Amazon for "Fitbit Charge 3" (without quotes). Amazon doesn't make money when people return stuff, especially if they are paying for shipping both ways, so they are incentivised to not sell things that are likely to be returned.

u/CannibalizetheDead · 2 pointsr/fitbit

nice. my large black still doesnt have a delivery estimate but amazon has the large black in stock on september 12th. i guess we'll be getting these next week.

u/junky_xl · 0 pointsr/fitbit

Actually Garmin VIVO Fit HR+ is only $119. Built in GPS, waterproof, ...ívosmart-Regular-Activity-Tracker/dp/B01DOJDR4O

u/granolatron · 3 pointsr/fitbit

Check out a product called Polywatch ( I've used it on a few devices and it buffs out any scratches real easily.

u/highfriends · 2 pointsr/fitbit

Honestly, there are some really dope bluetooth scales on Amazon for less than $25.
They might not be FitBit compatible but you get more than enough information from it.

I have this one

u/wordsoundpower · 23 pointsr/fitbit

Go to Amazon and buy a replacement band. It's not difficult to do. They're about 20$.

Etoper Replacement Large Strap Band for Fitbit Surge

u/Rayleie · 1 pointr/fitbit

Literally came here to say this. I love their app as well.


I got this one: currently $27.99 but also has a 10% extra off coupon right now.

u/pvera · 1 pointr/fitbit

We both use Charge 2s with bluetooth headsets and Google Nexus 6s. Close to zero problems with the tether between the Fitbit and the phone, but listening to music can be problematic if the phone is too far away, my theory is that the combined bandwidth lower the effective range of the Bluetooth in this particular phone. The solution is to carry the phone on a chest pocket if running with a jacket, or on a waist belt. If we are wearing thick clothes then the phone can't be buried too deep or it'll lose the audio stream (as far as I can tell it doesn't lose the Fitbit).

Except for what I outlined above, zero issues. About once a week or so I'll start a walk/run and the Fitbit wouldn't acknowledge that it has the GPS tether up, in that case it usually means the phone app hung up. Force quitting it helps every time.

u/OMGTehAwsome · 8 pointsr/fitbit

I bought three leather and one canvas watch straps by Barton, though any quick-release 22mm band will do. The pins on the Versa are just a tiny bit elongated, so you will need to replace the pins on the watch band with longer ones, though you can remove the pins from the FitBit silicone band if you're not using it. Here's a picture of mine, taken right now.

u/Fotoem · 1 pointr/fitbit

Check out the video attached to reviewer Kevin Quinn on Amazon. He puts his Charge HR in a glass of water.

u/member_one · 1 pointr/fitbit

Thanks for reply. I have a droid turbo 1 no issues with battery life on the phone. Worst case I'll put the dongle on my work computer. The accessory kit is here Fitbit Blaze Charger Charging Stand Accessories,Kartice Fitbit Blaze Charging Dock Station Cradle Holder Charging Clip Premium Plastic Bracket Charger Cable for Fitbit Blaze-Black