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Fitbit Alta Armband activity tracker Wireless Black

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Long product name Fitbit Alta Armband activity tracker Wireless Black :
The short editorial description of Fitbit Alta Armband activity tracker Wireless Black

Size L, Clock, Display, Auto Sleep Tracking
Short summary description Fitbit Alta Armband activity tracker Wireless Black:
This short summary of the Fitbit Alta Armband activity tracker Wireless Black data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.
Fitbit Alta, Armband activity tracker, Black, L, Touch, Wireless, 5 days
Long summary description Fitbit Alta Armband activity tracker Wireless Black :

Fitbit Alta. Device type: Armband activity tracker, Color of product: Black, Band size: L. Connectivity technology: Wireless. Battery life: 5 days. Mobile operating systems supported: Android, iOS

This is an auto-generated long summary of Fitbit Alta Armband activity tracker Wireless Black based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.
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Testseek has collected 63 expert reviews for Fitbit Alta and the average expert rating is 78 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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Fitbit's lineup of activity-tracking bands runs the gamut, from the totally basic $60 Zip to the powerful cardio companion, the $250 Surge. The new Fitbit Alta is a sleeker, more stylish fitness band than the company has attempted before, and with its lau...
Fitbit's lineup of activity-tracking bands runs the gamut, from the totally basic $60 Zip to the powerful cardio companion, the $250 Surge. The new Fitbit Alta is a sleeker, more stylish fitness band than the company has attempted before, and with its lau...
The Fitbit Alta is what happens when Fitbit sits down and decides to make a fitness tracker that isn't ugly. After all, the novelty of fitness trackers is wearing thin, so the company needs a new strategy to take on increasingly flashy competitors. We saw...
Good Fitbit's most stylish and comfortable tracker yet, Battery lasts five days, Automatic activity tracking, Wide variety of band options...
Bad No stair or heart rate tracking, Some bands are difficult to put on...
Bottom line The Alta shows Fitbit has learned enough about design to compete with more stylish rivals. It's also a lesson in how fewer features can sometimes lead to a better product. Hardware The best thing about the Alta is that it doesn't look anything l...
A new look for the new yearA Fitbit, for better or worse, looks like a Fitbit. For the past seven years Fitbit's product design has skewed toy-like, friendly, utilitarian. A Fitbit won't be mistaken for jewelry; it's not high-fashion, though it may try; i...
Good More fashionable Fitbit, Autotracks exercise and sleep, Weeklong battery life...
Bad Tapscreen display, No heartrate sensors, No software leaps since 2015...
Bottom line More times than not, the Verge score is based on the average of the subscores below. However, since this is a non-weighted average, we reserve the right to tweak the overall score if we feel it doesn't reflect our overall assessment and price of the produ...
Let’s face it: Fitbits aren't the most stylish. Their staid black bands and rectangular faces instantly brand you as more techy than fashionable. With a frame half as wide as the Fitbit Charge , the $129 Fitbit Alta looks to find its place on the more-pet...
Good Slim design with interchangeable band, Accurat, automatic sleep trackin, Easy-to-use app...
Bad Finicky "touch" screen...
Bottom line Don't expect to earn too many style points with the $130 Fitbit Alta, and you won't be disappointed. The fitness tracker is good as an everyday accessory for those with smaller wrists, and accurately monitors your activity. Plus, it has a new feature that...
The $129.95 Alta is the first wrist-worn fitness tracker from Fitbit that doesn't really look like a Fitbit (save for the new watch-like Blaze). It's sleek, slim, and has a modular design that can be changed to match your outfit each day. Think of it as t...
Good Slim design, Swappable bands, Accurate fitness stats, Delivers idle alerts and smartphone notifications...
Bad Sometimes unresponsive, Display is tough to see in direct sunlight, No heart rate monitoring, GPS, or stair climbing, Not waterproof...
Bottom line The Alta is Fitbit's sleekest, slimmest fitness tracker yet, but if you don't care about looks you can get more functionality for nearly the same price...
Fitbit is a popular manufacturer of wearable tech and we are not surprised by the great variety of devices that bear this brand. One of the most discussed bracelets is Alta. This is why today's review is dedicated namely to this model and Fitbit's mobile...
Good Comfortable design with small dimensions and light weight, Durable and relatively fast charging battery, Convenient Fitbit app, displaying detailed info and statistics about your activity, Notifications in case of phone calls, texts and events, It tracks...
Bad The band requires more effort to be pinned on, Not a very responsive display...
Bottom line The considerable increase in the sales of wearable tech is not by any chance accidental for those who monitor the technological evolution. There are more and more manufacturers who offer a variety of smart watches and bracelets, which makes one's choice t...
I've been using it for the past month as my daily activity tracker, seeing how well it handles as a more low-key alternative. And thus at this point I've got a fairly good handle on the good, the bad, and the ugly.Note that Fitbit did send over the unit t...
Bottom line In many ways, I feel like the Alta was a product released ‘just to release a product'. Not because it offered a unique selling point other than being a Fitbit branded product that'll sell by the millions. Just like McDonald's sells millions of cheeseburge...
Fitbit is a company that excels at fitness tracking features but falls short with design. It's been that way for years now. The Charge HR and Surge aren't the worst looking devices out there, but the company didn't really start focusing on good design unt...
Its tempting to call it the first Fitbit with fashion in mind: its got well-publicized choices . Theres a nice black option, pink leather choice, three pastels in plastic, and a very attractive stainless steel band that Id covet if it didnt cost $99...
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