| User Guide [PDF]||||| Size Guide [PDF]||||| Care instructions [PDF]|||||Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here. [PDF] |
10 x 0.4 x 0.4 inches ; 0.64 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- ASIN: B01KH2PUGY
- UPC: 816137022774 816137021197
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
- Item model number: MAIN-52980
- Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
I LOVE this band! I had the Fitbit One (clip) for 3 years....its been washed, went swimming, left in dressing rooms, you name it. I'm honestly surprised I didn't lose it sooner. While I loved the simplicity of the One, when I finally lost it the Flex 2 is the same price so I figured I'd try to make the switch.....I was nervous about a wrist tracker from stories about grossly inaccurate step counts. I have a very small wrist and found this to be thinner on my wrist than my Michael Kors watch. It is extremely lightweight, and simple. If you are "gadgety" and want more of a watch function, this won't be it for you. All it does is with 2 quick taps shows your progress on the buttons during the day. It will vibrate with calls and texts, and can remind you to move your 250 steps an hour. It has done a good job with sleep tracking, and I must say is pretty accurate with the step count.
Extremely lightweight, not bulky and the lavender is a gorgeous color.
Easy to snap on, and can be worn loose or snug.
Water proof-I don't wear it in the shower but put it on right after and don't have to worry about unclipping like my old one when I switch from Pj's to work pants, to workout gear, etc.....Put it on and forget about it (unlike the dressing room I had to go back to 2 hours later after trying on clothes once).
Vibrates with texts/calls/reminds you to move every hour
Easy syncing/tracking on phone-you can't see anything from the band so you have to sync periodically throughout the day from the app. I have my phone all the time so that's not a big deal for me.
Removable tracker pops out easily and can be used in other accessories.
No watch/HR/caller ID function
No stair climber function-for some reason I really liked that with the One. Kinda bummed.
Overall I would say this is an excellent product. Since I have a watch and am not a hardcore workout person, I don't need the extra bells and whistles of other Fitbit models. It does the job, and is holding up nicely. Would recommend.
Upgraded to this from a Fitbit Charge. I loved the charge but after a year, the battery wouldn't hold a charge and the band literally fell apart. This wasn't the fault of the Fitbit; I work in a cafe so I'm constantly washing either dishes or my hands. Even being careful it got wet a lot, and I suppose even water resistance has its limits.
The difference between water resistant and water proof is why I went with the Flex 2, as opposed to just getting another charge So far it's held up beautifully, I do try to remember to take it off at the end of my shifts and wipe it down, just to be sure.
As for actual functionality, I'd say it compares well to my charge. I like the minimalism of the display, and the clasp on this band is MUCH better than on the charge, which popped off my wrist more than once.
I especially like the various alerts, including the reminder to get up and move. It's motivated me to take laps around my kitchen island to get my steps a couple times. No shame! And as someone who regularly gets up before 5am, the silent alarm is wonderful. It wakes me up easily without waking my husband. That's a huge bonus in my book.
Overall, this seems to be fairly accurate in terms of step count, although I'm not as dogmatic about that as some people. I just want to know that I am moving throughout the day, and that I have some accountability to myself when it comes to reaching my goals. The only thing I wish is that I could set the auto-detect for active minutes a little lower. My walk to work takes about 7 minutes, and if I forget to turn on exercise tracking, it doesn't always get counted. That's honestly my only gripe and it's a small one.
This is a great tracker, it works well, charges quickly, and once it's on my wrist I forget it's there. It's been a great help in striving for my fitness goals.
I have had a Fitbit since they were first invented, and recently my Fitbit One was lost at the beach, so I was forced to buy a new model since the One is obsolete. I found that the Flex 2 is the closest I could come; I wear the tracker clipped to my bra, and it is the only Fitbit that isn't built into a wristband. After two weeks of use it's safe to say this is a real step down from the old model.
-There is no alphanumeric display. The One would show you your steps, miles, hours slept while in progress, etc. Instead you have to tap it to see your progress in lights; 1 of 4 lights means 25% of your goal, etc. Useless
-The battery discharges much faster than the One, and takes much longer to charge, so it's more inconvenient to find the charger, charge it, and remember to come back two hours later.
-The Flex 2 comes only with 2 wristbands. There is no option to buy it in another configuration (like a pendant or a clip) so anyone who rejects the wristband is forced to buy a 3rd party holder.
-The bluetooth or something else keeps it from easily synchronizing with any Android phone (had no problems with the One), so I am forced to synch with my computer most of the time.
-The sleep function is a complete joke. The One required you to tell it when you were going to sleep, and when you got up, which makes a lot more sense. The Flex 2 thinks I went without sleep for the last week, even though I was wearing it on my wrist at night as required. Apparently I didn't stay still long enough for it to think I ever fell asleep. Brilliant design. Fitbit's answer? Log sleep manually. Gee thanks.
-The Flex 2 doesn't measure stairs, so my old goal from the One of climbing at least 10 flights a day it out the window. Bummer.
-The tracker itself is small, so it's easier to clip to clothing if you have a good clip.
Having used 4 different fitbits over the last 3 years this is one for me is the best of the lot. Sleek, waterproof, cheap and a long-lasting battery make it a perfect fitness wearable in tandem with the fitbit app. Would highly recommend
Excelente producto, el color es muy bonito es un poco mas oscuro que en la foto, para dormir es súper cómodo no sientes que la tienes puesta y durante el día lo mismo, la carga no tarda tanto como dice (al rededor de 1 1/2 a 2 días) el marcador de pasos es bueno aunque no se si exacto, lo he probado en el agua pero solo para verificar que sea aprueba de agua, no lo use para rastrear la distancia y hasta ahora no ha tenido fallas. La opción de monitorear el sueño es muy buena, te dice cuantas horas duermes, cuantas veces te despiertas, etc. En cuanto a las notificaciones solo me sale una luz azul y no como dice en la página oficial de fitbit. Ideal para la gente que busca motivación, te ayuda mucho pero hay que ser muy disciplinados y constantes. La entrega fue muy rápido a pesar de que se retraso un día, se entrego en 4 días hábiles. La recomiendo.
Waterproof, I can use this one showering and swimming. Replaces an Alta that I lost, that replaced a charge 1 that didn’t stay charged. Battery usually lasts over a week. With just the dots I kinda mind the display but enjoy the better battery life. Works well with the Fitbit app. Miss the stairs feature of the charge. Two straps small and big. Small is light and small like a silicon cause bracelet.
t compatable to computer not only not compatable I was told by the first tech that Windows 7 (which I was using was not compatable but will work on Windows 7) therefore I had hired a tech to switch my computer to windows 7 and lo and behold this different tech informs me that "fitbit 3" does not work with computers. I am now out $100 and have asked FITBIT to refund my one hundred dollars and they will not oblige. This is not my fault only followed FITBITs advice. My advice to potential shoppers .......be ware .....Fitbit will not back up their faulty advice.
Mlckey Nazarov....P/O'd customer and reluctant to shop fitbit again.
EL COLOR, AJUSTE,FUNCINALIDAD BIEN, SOLAMENTE LA BATERIA ES DE TIEMPO CORTO ME DURA SI ACASO 2 DIAS, LO CUAL NO ME PARECE TAN BUENO.
Worth buying , useful for tracking activities underwater as wel
HOPELESS PRODUCT, NOT FUNCTIONAL. THE PRODUCT IS ALSO NOT BEING REPLACED AND NO REFUND IS FORTHCOMING. DISGUSTING.
It is not tracking swimming properly. Most of the cases it is not tracking. It tracks running accurately.
All great wish this model traced heartbeat too
A must have! Water proof too.
Very happy with the product and the service by Amazon