Guide to cheaper but high quality alternatives to every Fitbit product.
Tag: sleep tracker
Several weeks ago, hardware manufacturer Jawbone surprisingly released UP Coffee, a simple, free iOS app that promised to be the simplest way to understand how caffeine affects your sleep.
It appears that an issue with the FitBit Force causing a rash might be more widespread than initially believed
The Jawbone UP24 ($149) and Fitbit Force ($129) are quite similar–they both are worn around the wrist, both add sleep and nutrition tracking, both offer silent/vibrating alarms, both feature passive/continuous bluetooth syncing, both offer 7+ day battery life, and both offer excellent third-party integration. Regardless, spending time with the two devices reveals that each has a different personality and approach to the quantified self movement.
Review of the Basis B1 Band, which is an outstanding activity tracker, and clearly one of the best on the market.