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    Quote Originally Posted by jordie_tart View Post
    I always use screen protectors for all my devices, Fitbit included ...
    They have not been dropped or banged it is just a defect with the screens. If you look on the Fitbit forum it happens to loads of people.


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    Quote Originally Posted by miss molly View Post
    Yes Abby who was flogging an electric bike and said you could go to the pub,drink and ride it home which would be ok because it was an electric bike
    REALLY Miss Molly?? WTF?!

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    I have the Fitbit Charge 2 which I had to help me get fit again after long term illness & it did motivate me. Unfortunately I have not worn it for a while so need to get it charged up again. Unlike Chuntley, mine does not have a name?? I don't know how many Fitbits she owns by now as she always seems to be sporting the latest model (quelle surprise) but she calls hers Freddie (I mean her Fitbit of course!) Yawn

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    Our Fitbits went back. Put mine on in bed as did hubby. I stayed in bed for an extra half an hour and he got up. He made me a drink went into the garden to open the greenhouse up and then we compared fitbits steps mine showed 150 his10!!! My friends daughter went for long walk with her baby in her pram and it barely registered steps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonpop View Post
    Our Fitbits went back. Put mine on in bed as did hubby. I stayed in bed for an extra half an hour and he got up. He made me a drink went into the garden to open the greenhouse up and then we compared fitbits steps mine showed 150 his10!!! My friends daughter went for long walk with her baby in her pram and it barely registered steps.
    I love mine but they only give an indication of what you have done not a 100% accurate record. If your friend’s daughter was pushing a pram then her hand would be relatively still and not moving as it would with a normal walking action. This means it wouldn’t register steps as it picks up on the movement of the tracker from the movement of your wrist whilst you walk. In the same way some movements that aren’t from walking can register as steps. This doesn’t bother me but I realise it would be an issue for some people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miss molly View Post
    Yes Abby who was flogging an electric bike and said you could go to the pub,drink and ride it home which would be ok because it was an electric bike

    She don't half talk a load of gobbledygook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boris Bear View Post
    I love mine but they only give an indication of what you have done not a 100% accurate record. If your friend’s daughter was pushing a pram then her hand would be relatively still and not moving as it would with a normal walking action. This means it wouldn’t register steps as it picks up on the movement of the tracker from the movement of your wrist whilst you walk. In the same way some movements that aren’t from walking can register as steps. This doesn’t bother me but I realise it would be an issue for some people.
    Yes BB so it doesn't really track your steps. I'll just continue my half hour daily walk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scandi Princess View Post
    I have the Fitbit Charge 2 which I had to help me get fit again after long term illness & it did motivate me. Unfortunately I have not worn it for a while so need to get it charged up again. Unlike Chuntley, mine does not have a name?? I don't know how many Fitbits she owns by now as she always seems to be sporting the latest model (quelle surprise) but she calls hers Freddie (I mean her Fitbit of course!) Yawn
    twat......

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    Quote Originally Posted by candycane View Post
    My friend's got one and I find it very annoying sometimes when she's checking heart rate, steps, calories and god knows what else. Almost as bad as Mr CC and his fecking Ipad. Not interested in the slightest.

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    I can't help but think they look non elegant & dare I say, ugly. But then I don't suppose my growing humps are exactly femme fatale. Must try harder to stop troffing .
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    Quote Originally Posted by miss molly View Post
    I have had two charge 2's and the face has cracked on both when wearing. Fitbit support are good and send you a new one but it puts you off only had this one I am wearing for nine months.
    That happened to mine also, I took mine back to boots where I had bought it and got a refund. Put me off buying a new one a little.
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