Fitbit Flex Is The Best Fitbit Yet. #Fitbit

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Hey All!

As you all know I’m a fitbit-a-holic.  I’ve reviewed the Fitbit Zip, Fitbit One, Aria Scale, and I’m now over the moon to be given the opportunity to review their newest product the Fitbit Flex. I have been counting down the days for this product to release, and I’m thrilled to have gotten the opportunity to test it out before it hits the market. I got to first preview it at the CES Convention and I can’t tell you how amazing it is.

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This fitbit is stylish wristband that you wear on your wrist at all times (well except in the shower) to monitor your steps, distance, and calories burned. At night you can also wear it to track your sleep cycle. It’s fantastic as it can also act as a vibrating alarm to wake you up in the morning. The Flex tracker is flexible. You can take this tiny tracker out and put into any of Flex’s colorful bands to fit your mood. I personally LOVE the teal color. It’s my favorite color and I think it looks amazing.


I couldn’t wait to get started with the flex as soon as it arrived.

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It comes with a USB dongal to charge the Flex. The lights on the Flex pulse as it’s charging so that you know it’s charging.

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Once I knew it was charged I immediately put it on my wrist and it hasn’t come off since.

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The Fitbit Flex, like the Fitbit One syncs wirelessly to your Fitbit iPhone app. I love this feature as when the Flex is running low on battery you will get a prompt on your iPhone letting you know to charge the flex. It’s constantly syncing and monitoring your steps and calories all day long as it’s on your wrist.


The wrist band comes in large or small and works perfectly for both men and women. I’m a small and I will say it was a little hard to get on to begin with, but once you get used to putting the band on it goes on in a flash and is very secure on your wrist. You can get this Fitbit wet, although I wouldn’t personally shower with it or take it in a pool. I’m just paranoid about water damage, so that is just my preference. This is the only Fitbit that you can potentially get wet.

It does track your steps relatively accurate, but I will say that since it’s on your wrist is can sometimes count some motions as steps. But I find every pedometer does that. I’m the type of person who likes to wear watches and bracelets, so I love the Flex. It fits me like a glove and I don’t leave home with out it. I love it just as much (If not more) than the Fitbit One. I think I love the band more as it’s super easy to find and not as easy to misplace like the One is. I just take it off like I do my watch and it’s easy to find the next day.

It works just as good as the Fitbit One, if not better in my opinion. I don’t know what I would do with out my Flex now-a-days. It’s like a little fitness tracker miracle on my wrist.

I love it and highly recommend it.  If you’re looking into which Fitbit is right for you, the Flex is a great option and should be at the top of the list. Then would come the One, then the zip.

But that’s just my preference!