Jawbone Up wristband review

An excellent motivational tool let down by a lack of wireless syncronising

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 149.99 (AUD)

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Data, wearability
Doesn't sync wirelessly, limited sizes
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Overall, I thought the UP was pretty cool. The app itself is beautiful, and the sleep tracking is great. I know the other reviewers thought the food tracking was a pain, but I synced mine up with MyFitnessPal, which is a food tracking resource (app and site) that I love.

I worried about losing the little cap, and wasn't a fan that I couldn't see my progress without plugging it in (I also own the Fitbit One, which syncs wirelessly and you can tap a single button to see on the tracker where you're at with your steps).

I wrote a blog post about my comparison between the two, so check it out if you're interested! http://www.skinnyfatlife.com/seven-facts-about-me-and-the-jawbone-up




great insight into your sleep and movement, vibrates to wake you at the right moment in the morning, great style and super easy to wear ton of battery life, syncs easily, no data loss
food is more hassle than worth but that's just me as i don't care about that feature so much
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Great product, if I leave home without it, I'm heading back to get. Really great to know more about me from a sleep asked movement standpoint.

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