I've just put my first wearable device on, the FitBit Flex

By Anthony Garreffa on Jan 20, 2014 at 4:09 am CST

I was walking through one of shopping centers near my house today when I walked past a retailer that sells notebooks, I thought I'd stop in and take a look, which is when I walked past a bunch of FitBit devices.


I've been wanting to get into the wearable game, and with a few samples in the air and on their way to me, I thought I'd dive right in and grab the FitBit Flex myself ahead of time. This is my first wearable device, and I'm quite enjoying it so far. It has only been a few hours, so it's not like I'm able to blog about running 5,000+ steps.

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My initial impressions of using it for a few hours: it's light. I thought it would be heavier, but I can't feel it on my wrist as I type this, or when I walk around. I love that it is waterproof, and that it can track my sleep. Not that I need those two features or abilities, but it is great to have. You get two wristbands in the box, so if you have smaller, or bigger wrists, you don't need to fret: FitBit has your back, or wrist.

I'll have a review of this before January wraps up (or thereabouts), with my full thoughts and experience on the Flex, so check back soon!

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