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  • Ginger Fenwick - Wrist band is the problem

    First let me say what the Fitbit offers (tracking, reporting, online community) is awesome. I increased the amount of miles I was walking significantly and felt a part of a larger effort to get in shape. Interacting in the forums and challenging/encouraging one another was great; watching my progress and pushing myself for that extra mile was REALLY satisfying at the end of the day. Unfortunately what everyone warned me about came true - the wrist band comes apart easily, and mine did. Almost a month from purchase I lost it while out and about. At ~$100 "a pop" I can't afford another one, and it's unfortunate that it happened. If they ever come up with a band that has a better locking mechanism I might reconsider, but for now, my love affair with Fitbit is over.

  • Kathy - Her breath is much better too!

    My little Min Pin had a huge problem with her breath and lots of tarter. The vet told me she really needed them cleaned ($500) or she would end up losing lots of teeth. I have been using this for 2 weeks and I would say 75% of her tarter is gone! Her breath is much better too!