Fitbit Force vs Jawbone UP 24 vs Nike Fuelband SE vs Pebble
I was planning to buy one of the fitness tracking bracelets, but I am confused regarding which one to buy. For me the obvious comparison is between jawbone up 24 and the Fitbit force. This is because the Fuelband doesn't track sleep patterns. But then I thought about the pebble smart watch. While it may not be that comprehensive in fitness, it's amazing overall, and I can still use it for logging miles using runkeeper. So, which one should I buy. Here's my list of pros and cons for each-
Fitbit Force- pros- shows the time; cons- no ifttt support
Jawbone- pros- iftt support, myfitnesspal support more comprehensive tracking; cons- no display
Fuelband- pros- it's nike; cons- no sleep tracker, no vibra mode for silent alarms
Pebble- pros- it's awesome!, more apps; cons- rudimentary fitness tracking
Regarding my choice of phone, I have a Nokia lumia 800 currently, but will buy the iPhone 5s in a month.
It would be nice if you guys could give me your thoughts regarding the same!
- Affordability - Fitbit was the least expensive fitness device.
- Connectivity - Connects to various other apps, such as Lose It, and devices, such as the Fitbit Aria scale. At the time, it was one of the few that synced wirelessly. That's no longer the case, but that is still a pro. The Force has coming Bluetooth integration that would bring features such as caller ID, like the Pebble.
- Display - The Force has a display, the Jawbone does not.
- Stats - At the time I purchased, the Fitbit was one of the few fitness devices that tracked steps, calories burned, distance, sleep, and floors climbed. It also has the silent alarm which works, and is a pretty neat feature.