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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.
- Bluetooth syncing
- Simple design
- Integration with home automation apps
- App can now estimate how long you slept
- Sleep tracking still hit or miss
- Battery life took a hit
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- 81AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE13 ReviewsPC Mag80Jawbone UP24Comfortable, 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.Engadget80Jawbone Up24 review: wireless syncing makes this JThe Up24 is Jawbone's best wearable to date thanks to wireless syncing. It's definitely worth buying over the older, less expensive Up band.ZDNet80Jawbone UP24 review: Make each day better wirelessWireless sync functionality is a welcome addition to the Jawbone UP and while it is much more evolutionary than revolutionary it is a necessary step.AllThingsD70Jawbone Up24: Another Small Step for Activity TracThe 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.EngadgetNot RatedJawbone intros the Up24, its first wireless fitnesIt 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.GigaOM80A week with the Jawbone UP24: One of the best actiJawbone’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.Wired80Jawbone Up24The 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.CNET80Jawbone Up24 review: Superb fitness tracker stymieIf 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.Pocket-Lint90Jawbone Up24 reviewIt'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.TechHive90Jawbone UP24 review: Best fitness tracker for horoThe 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.SlashGear80Jawbone UP24 and UP 3.0 ReviewJawbone’s more qualitative analysis and habit-changing challenges give it an edge over rivals, encouraging you to stick with UP24 for the long term.MashableNot RatedJawbone UP Goes Wireless With UP24 WristbandI'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.ChipChick80Jawbone Up24 Fitness Tracker Wristband ReviewThe 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.iLounge80Jawbone UP24Although 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.ElectronistaNot RatedJawbone launches Up24 Bluetooth fitness tracker, uJust 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.TrustedReviews80Jawbone UP24 reviewThe 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.
- 64AVERAGE USER SCORE13 ReviewsEngadget Reader20November 20, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Love the design, love the app, but the software isn't fit for purpose, especially not at the Jawbone price tagEngadget Reader10May 5, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Horrible product! I have had it for 5 months, paid $130 and it fell apart. I asked for a fix, they said it must be replaced. They are our for the next 2 months. Insanely poor service. I asked for a upgrade, they said, I can get the Up Move plus $50. I said I want the same or better not worst. They said Move was not lesser product. If you are willing to give me the product and throw in $50 than by definition its WORST! I said I want an upgrade to UP 2,3,4, anytime if the same was not available. They refused. Stay away from Jawbone's crappy Up products!Engadget Reader80April 17, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The first UP24 I got had a few syncing issues and became unresponsive at times. A soft reset often fixed the issue, but that was just inconvenient.On the whole, the UP24 is an excellent tracker. It works better than the UP in the the sense that you don't have to plug it in, which is way more convenient than I imagined having lived with the original UP for a year.The alarm is a godsend, waking you up gently and the ability to notify when you've completed a number of steps on the way to your goal is a nice feature too.Finding your UP is great if you have the location service turned on as it will allow you to track wherever the last sync occurred.justjeepin50April 16, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I loved the idle alert and the ease of switching modes to sleep and back and the feel of the band better than my wife's FitBit Flex BUT I returned the Up24 because it wasn't correctly counting steps. There were many times it wouldn't count steps at all and other times it was off by a large amount. I tried another Up24 in hopes that my first was defective but it still wasn't counting steps correctly.Engadget Reader40February 9, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!My Up24 broke after 6 weeks, it had a lot of trouble connecting and syncing to the App the entire time I had it. The design and and style was attractive but not worth the $130 for it to break in 6 weeks. The sleep feature was helpful but when logging workouts the App didn't tell you much to summarize your activity. The Up24 has the best looking style but again I wouldn't buy another one.Engadget Reader70December 26, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Really good wristband. Software and synchronisation are easy to use and automagic.I like the feature that make it vibrate after X minutes of inactivity (meaning: move your ass!) and the alarm, waking me up without waking my wife.Very nice: it connects to your Runkeeper account and take your activities into consideration.Bad point for durability, the rubber loosen and extend, making it less confortable, but it does not affect the features, only the look and use of the button, and I heard it's the same with competitors (like Fitbit). I also loose the cap, had to buy some replacements in ebay.Engadget Reader10December 25, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I bought my band from jawbone.com for $150 and I loved everything about it (features, comfort, etc). It stopped working after 2 months (wore it everyday) and I followed the care instructions exactly. I contacted Jawbone and after several email exchanges and troubleshooting attempts, Jawbone sent me a replacement. That band worked for two months, so I repeated the troubleshooting and return process (more time and frustration). When the third band stopped working, I asked for a refund. I was escalated through 4 customer care reps/supervisors over the course of a month (more time and frustration). All they would do is send me another band...no other options. I'm out $150 thanks to Jawbone's unethical business practices. I could try to recoup some money by selling the replacement band on Ebay, but I can't cheat someone else out of their money. I will probably donate it. Please save yourself all this trouble and find a reliable product from a reputable company!Engadget Reader100July 21, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - EngadgetEngadget Reader80April 1, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws. - EngadgetEngadget Reader80February 20, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!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-bandEngadget Reader90January 3, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - EngadgetEngadget Reader100December 4, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - EngadgetEngadget Reader100November 21, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - Engadget
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