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  • RangerRRanger on da rangePosts: 1,031

    Thanks meema,

    Fortunately my daughters are up to speed on modern technology and fitness and fitbit's are their go to for monitoring their workouts. So I know they've been tested thoroughly and just maybe I can get a deal on a pre-tested unit that is no longer being used. LOL


  • I've used my Fitbit for almost 3 years now and it's great! I miss not being able to get more steps in but it's a good reminder for me to move every hour even if it is to get a glass of water or go to the bathroom. I think it's a great investment for the $80 I paid.

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  • gfishggfish Pittsburgh PAPosts: 239
    edited 09/15/2017 - 9:22 AM

    No need to buy a fitbit or a good  pedometer. Your phone has them. Just download an app to your phone. I use, moves. Very simple app for an android phone. IPhone has them to.  They work very good.

    Greg fisher
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