I bought one Fitbit Ultra to my wife. She is using it all day and night.

I feel it is great tool. So I ordered one more Fitbit gardget for myself. It is called Fitbit Zip. It is a wireless activity Tracker. Comparing with Fitibit Ultra, Zip can track steps, distance, and calories burned only.

Fitbit Zip can not track Stairs Climebd or sleeping. For me, it is enough. I just want to know how many steps every day.


Open the box and it contain following items:

  • Zip™ tracker
  • Silicone and metal clip
  • Wireless USB dongle
  • Replaceable battery
  • Battery door tool

With the wireless usb dongle, tracking data will be uploaded automatically. And I can log in the web portal, and check my activity history.

If you have Fitbit device, please add me as friend. Then we can compete each other.

I like Fitbit Zip, because it use battery. No chargering needed. The Zip’s battery should last 4-6 months with regular use. Click the banner above to get your own Fit device.

David Yin

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One Reply to “Fitbit zip wireless activity tracker”

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    Here’s a comparison of the pros and cons of the Fitbit Zip:

    1. The Fitbit Zip is portable and lightweight, making it simple to use.
    2. It properly measures steps, distance, and calories burned, giving you comprehensive data about how active you are each day.
    3. The gadget and Fitbit app connect wirelessly, making it simple to track your progress and establish objectives.
    4. Thanks to its lengthy battery life, you may use it for longer periods of time without having to constantly recharge it.
    5. The Fitbit Zip may be used in wet weather or during exercises because it is water-resistant.

    1. The Zip does not track heart rate, steps climbed, or sleep patterns like some other Fitbit models do.
    2. Since there is no display screen, you must use the companion app or computer dashboard to monitor your progress.
    3. There isn’t an integrated alarm or reminder system to encourage users to move around during the day.
    4. There is no vibration alert on the gadget for incoming calls or smartphone notifications.
    5. Its clip-on style might not be as secure for some users as fitness trackers worn on the wrist.

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