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Condition: New (Open Box)
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Had a Surge for years before the watchband started to come apart from the device until it finally snapped. I went with the Blaze instead of another Surge and while I miss having onboard GPS it is MUCH thinner and the color screen is a nice feature.
If you like to run/bike without a phone though this is the best tracker.
And when you do have your phone the fact that it pushes call/text and not every. single. notification your phone gets is perfect. Oh and the music control comes in handy too
INteresting to see the positive feedback above - been through 3 different FitBit models and they all broke within a few months. Replaced under warranty was painless but then was in a rinse/repeat cycle. Every 3-4 months the display would crap out. Or it wouldn’t charge right, Or the battery life went to garbage. Buyer beware on the FitBit stuff. I have had much better luck with a different companies tracker (G****n). You have been advised…
I bought one last year, then the band broke. I thought, no big deal, I’ll get a new band, but you can’t. It’s riveted to the watch, and Fitbit won’t sell you a replacement. I was lucky enough that my 1 year warranty was in effect, so FitBit sent me a second whole watch. I wore the first one until it completely failed, and am now on the second, but I never would have bought this had I known you had to throw the whole thing away just if a band breaks. I’d suggest skipping it for a different model, such as the Blaze, that has a replaceable band.
Right. I love my Surge but am on my third or fourth? I’ve had a display crack, band come apart, and I received one that didn’t vibrate. I wear it so much including at night that I occasionally get a rash and have to take a couple days off so I switch back to my Fitbit one. Despite the problems it’s easy to use and has the best user interface to track fitness metrics. I own a garmin, timex, and Apple Watch, and this is my go to 5 days out of 7 a week. To your point above, Fitbit customer service is great as long as your device is under warranty. Check your credit card terms and conditions and purchase with a card that extends the warranty by a year if at all possible or opt for square trade. Odds are you will use it.
I would too, but GPS on a fitness watch is a must have for me (a runner).
Why buy anything from Fitbit? They obviously don’t care about consumers. Crappy products, kill off Pebble… save your money.
Why is the watch showing a pulse rate of 135 when it isn’t on a wrist of a person doing exercises?
Does this still have the warranty from Fitbit even though the box is not sealed?
We are giving it a 90-day Woot warranty.