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    Fitbit will donate $100,000 to the Heart Foundation when the FitForGood community reaches our 2 billion step goal.1

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    Hey I was wondering if one of you could help me!

    I'd like to get an activity tracker but I really dislike the look of Fitbit. Not q fan of the square screens or screens at all.

    Do you know of an activity fracker that would look like a traditional watch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    Hey I was wondering if one of you could help me!

    I'd like to get an activity tracker but I really dislike the look of Fitbit. Not q fan of the square screens or screens at all.

    Do you know of an activity fracker that would look like a traditional watch?
    You could go the Fitbit Blaze it is like a normal watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    Hey I was wondering if one of you could help me!

    I'd like to get an activity tracker but I really dislike the look of Fitbit. Not q fan of the square screens or screens at all.

    Do you know of an activity fracker that would look like a traditional watch?
    It depends on what kind of watch you mean. I have a Garmin Forerunner 635 (which is a sports watch). It does all day tracking plus HR and lots of other features (such as smart phone notifications). It's not 'delicate' though. And it is expensive compared to other activity trackers. A Fitbit One is worn on your clothes, not your wrist, and will still track activity, but not HR. Depending on the bells and whistles you want there are lots of options out there. There's even jewellery (Bellabeat). Think about what you are aiming to get out of an activity tracker, and then see what options are available.

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