Friend, let it all out
I’m not doubting there were barriers before, but seems like something’s changed now that it’s apparently in testing. Time to get a move on!
Sorry I dont understand your point
i can dream
Hey! Not everyone needs face-melting specs, but it’s pretty messed up when Apple, an obscenely rich company, rips people off with outdated computers for so long.
I don’t know, Cranz. That horchata looks tasty.
You might prefer the cheap Fitbit Alta, or even the cheaper Withings watches
strapping something to your wrist, generally, isn’t the best way to measure heart rate no matter how hard Fitbit/Apple/Garmin/etc try
I mean, this was basically my headline, re: “this really is the casual fitness tracker, perfected.”
Fitbit did a good job with the Charge 3, but it also did so without breaking any new ground or taking any risks. That’s fine for the people who already liked the Charge 2, but as fewer and fewer people buy these things (according to the data Fitbit releases every quarter), trackers have increasingly looked like a…
ah, i forgot rock-punching
Interesting! I have not encountered this, but didn’t test the device in the heat of the summer.
“better for someone that actually does exercise” just depends on what you need and what sort of exercise you’re doing
Certainly, but that’s a lot of work for what’s (to me) only a little payoff. What insights are you gathering from years-worth of fitbit data
What was so bad about it?
I wish it were Rosé
It’s still pretty dang thin as far as watches with heart rate monitors go!