November 13th 2013 1:19 pm

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Wireless syncing makes this Jawbone's best fitness tracker yet

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The Up24 is Jawbone's best wearable to date thanks to wireless syncing. It's definitely worth buying over the older, less expensive Up band.

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Critic reviews

8.1
13 reviews
  • Durability
    7.5
  • Portability
    8.0
  • Ease of use
    8.2
  • Design and form factor
    8.0

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User reviews

9.2
6 reviews
8.0
Engadget Dec 12, 2013

The Up24 is Jawbone's best wearable to date thanks to wireless syncing. It's definitely worth buying over the older, less expensive Up band.

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8.0
CNET Nov 13, 2013

If having a screen or Android support isn't a priority, the Jawbone Up24's superb app, clever advice, and comfy fit are hard to resist.

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8.0
Wired Nov 13, 2013

The new Up24 is a solid, beautiful device. Everything it does, it does well. Yet given Jawbone’s history in the market, I’d hoped its next product would be yet another cutting-edge category leader. While wonderfully useful, this band feels like its playing catch-up.

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8.0
GigaOM Nov 13, 2013

Jawbone’s UP24 wristband uses Bluetooth to wirelessly sync with your mobile device. And the Up app for iOS has been updated, making the fitness tracker more powerful than ever.

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8.0
ZDNet Dec 6, 2013

Wireless sync functionality is a welcome addition to the Jawbone UP and while it is much more evolutionary than revolutionary it is a necessary step.

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8.0
PC Mag Mar 25, 2014

Comfortable, sleek, mid-priced, and with great sleep features, the Jawbone UP24 could be the activity tracker for you, as long as you don't mind mobile-only access to your data, and a few other downsides.

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7.0
AllThingsD Dec 2, 2013

The Up24 is no doubt an improvement over the version the company released a year ago. It syncs your data wirelessly over Bluetooth, which the previous Up did not do. And there are small updates in the Up mobile app that make the whole system more interesting.

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9.0
TechHive Nov 19, 2013

The UP24 is the best Jawbone can offer. It’s not a bad activity-tracker, but without a digital display or deeper data-tracking set, it’s impossible to call it state of the art.

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9.0
Pocket-Lint Mar 31, 2014

It's as comfortable and pleasant to wear as ever. The design is fantastic and as always Jawbone packs its products in a way that makes you wish more people thought about unboxing your new gadgets. The only feature we want now, is wireless charging.

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8.0
SlashGear Nov 13, 2013

Jawbone’s more qualitative analysis and habit-changing challenges give it an edge over rivals, encouraging you to stick with UP24 for the long term.

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8.0
iLounge Dec 2, 2013

Although Bluetooth has been added, and the app has been improved, the lack of a screen is a serious deficiency, and decreased battery life is a strike against the device.

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8.0
ChipChick Dec 2, 2013

The truth is that the Up24 fitness band isn’t that much different than all the other fitness bands out there, however, the Up 3.0 app is. That’s the real value proposition.

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8.0
TrustedReviews Mar 26, 2014

The Jawbone UP24 is the most stylish activity tracker available and with Bluetooth Smart support and more insightful data, is one of the best to buy.

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First Looks

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Engadget Nov 13, 2013

It took Jawbone two tries to release a fitness tracker that didn't break after several days of use. And it took the company three generations to release one that could sync users' sleep and activity data without having to be plugged in.

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Mashable Nov 13, 2013

I've been wearing the UP24 for a few days. Although the integration with iOS 7 hasn't worked as advertised (I haven't received a single notification yet), the wireless syncing works well. As soon as you launch the app, the data syncs without ever needing to remove the band.

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Electronista Nov 13, 2013

Just as before, the Jawbone Up can be used to monitor activity and sleep, with tracked data passed through to a companion app for analysis. Covered with hypoallergenic, medical-grade rubber, the added Bluetooth communication reduces the battery life from 10 days down to 7 days.

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10
Charlied91 Charlied91

First off, I would like to point out that I own both the Jawbone UP24 and the Fitbit Force and will compare a few features in this review, but if you want a full review on the Fitbit Force I will be posting one on the actual product here soon. Hardware : The UP24 features new curved design on...

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8.0
randywang randywang

I've been using the Up24 for roughly 3 months now and have written about my own personal experience in more detail here: http://www.chinabiohacker.com/blog/2014/1/30/up-ba...

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