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Fitbit Force review: a wrist-worn pedometer with smartwatch aspirations

The Force takes what made the Flex fitness tracker successful and adds an extremely useful OLED display. Unfortunately, the diet and sleep tracking features are both still in need of improvement.

Pros
  • Simple, understated design
  • Information-dense OLED display
  • Wireless syncing over Bluetooth 4.0
  • Stunning battery life
Cons
  • Cumbersome app design
  • Food database still lacking
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Model
Small

Key Specs

Type
Watch-style
Tracking metrics
Motion / steps, Distance, Calories, Sleep
Display
yes
Media playback controls
no

General

Type
Watch-style
Tracking metrics
Motion / steps, Distance, Calories, Sleep

Display

Display
yes

Other

Fitness analytics
yes (no)
Media playback controls
no
Multiple user profiles
no

Sync and connectivity

Sync type
Wireless (Bluetooth)

Power

Rechargeable battery
yes
Model
Large

Key Specs

Type
Watch-style
Tracking metrics
Motion / steps, Distance, Calories, Sleep
Display
yes
Media playback controls
no

General

Type
Watch-style
Tracking metrics
Motion / steps, Distance, Calories, Sleep

Display

Display
yes

Other

Fitness analytics
yes (no)
Media playback controls
no
Multiple user profiles
no

Sync and connectivity

Sync type
Wireless (Bluetooth)

Power

Rechargeable battery
yes