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80
Global
Score
There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.
80

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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Engadget Summary

This basic version of the Fitbit fitness tracker won't tell you how well you've slept, and can't track your performance on a Stairmaster. But if you just need a device that will track your steps and calories burned, and can sync wirelessly with Fitbit's website and smartphone apps, the Zip is a good choice at a great price. If you want something more advanced, consider the gdgt Must-have Fitbit Ultra -- or wait for the Fitbit One, due out next month.

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Model

Key Specs

Type
Wearable / clip-on
Tracking metrics
Motion / steps, Distance, Calories
Display
yes
Media playback controls
no
Battery life
Up to180 day

General

Type
Wearable / clip-on
Tracking metrics
Motion / steps, Distance, Calories (yes)

Display

Display
yes

Other

Fitness analytics
yes (no)
Media playback controls
no
Multiple user profiles
no
Water resistant
yes (Up to1 m)

Sync and connectivity

Sync type
Wireless (Bluetooth)
Sensor network
Bluetooth

Power

Rechargeable battery
no
Battery indicator
yes
Battery life
Up to180 day
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