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I was provided with a FitBit One by Verizon Wireless to borrow and review, product was returned. As always, all opinions are entirely my own.

I’m sure you’ve all heard of many different activity trackers out there, anywhere from Garmins, heart-rate monitors, and those that you wear all day, like FitBit and Body Media Armbands.

Well, I was given the opportunity to use a FitBit One Wireless Activity Tracker for a couple of weeks and since I’d been really curious about them, I thought I might as well give it a try! Plus Sierra is a big fan!



Once I had the fitbit, setting it up was a lot easier than I expected. You just turn it on and sync it to the profile you create on You can easily sync the information your fitbit is collecting by using the Wireless Sync Dongle (lol funny word) in your USB port. I loved this feature because if I was wearing it under clothes in class, I could just sync it without having to take off my fit bit.

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Not only that, but you can wirelessly since your fitbit with your smart phone! This I really love because I’m practically attached to my iPhone (probably not a good thing…) so I loved being able to use my phone’s blue tooth feature to sync wirelessly.


The FitBit One is worn all day and tracks your steps, distance, calories burned and stairs climbed.


It was pretty interesting to me, since I’m a big numbers person, to check it throughout the day. It definitely encouraged me to be more active (walk more and take the stairs more) because I could see how much I was moving throughout the day.

My favorite part however was how it tracks your sleep cycle. You wear it in a special bracelet and it tracks your movement, making note of when you’re restless and when you actually get up in the middle of the night.



The fitbit has an online dashboard where you see all of your information, and you can also track the calories that you’ve eaten, although I chose not to take advantage of that aspect.

My only problem with the fitbit was my own inability to remember to wear it! There were many days where I’d head to the gym or off to school completely forgetting to put it on. I think I’d remember it more if it were a more permanent part of my routine, or if I really needed to track my activity and calories.

If you’re interested in getting an activity tracker I definitely recommend the FitBit, I enjoyed using it! And, you can even find the FitBit in Verizon Stores!


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