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Tracks steps, distance and calories burned
Syncs automatically to your computer or select bluetooth 4.0 smartphones or tablets
Set goals, view progress and earn badges
Share and compete with friends throughout the day
Free iphone and android application
Sync stats wirelessly and automatically to your computer and over 150 leading smartphones
Turn your everyday life into a fun path to fitness. Much more than a pedometer, zip tracks your steps, distance, and calories burned then automatically syncs the data to your Fitbit account. Whether online or through the Fitbit application, you can set goals and stay motivated to keep on your path to fitness with graphs, badges, and friendly competitions. Check to see how you compare with friends and family even provide a message to egg them on. Your stats wirelessly upload via computer or select mobile devices (like the iPhone 4S), so you will know in real time when you are close to a goal and when you've reached one.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I reset my tracker?"span"lf your tracker is not responding, it may be fixed by restarting.
"span"Open the battery door using the battery door tool and remove the battery.
"span"Wait 10 seconds.
"span"Place the battery back into the tracker with the "+" side facing up, and close the door.
"span"Your Zip will now be reset. You will see your tracker's version number, followed by a series of Fitbit Smilies. When you tap your tracker, you should be able to navigate through the screens as you normally would.
How do I reinstall the battery?
Your Zip's display is powered by a 3V coin battery, CR 2025. If your Zip won't turn on, it may be due to a drained or misaligned battery. To reinstall the battery in your Zip:
Insert the battery door tool into the rear door slot of your Zip and turn it counter-clockwise to unlock the battery door.
Remove the door and battery.
Reinsert your battery with the positive (+) end facing up, and replace the battery door.
Insert the battery tool and turn clockwise to lock the battery door. The door should be flush with the rear of the tracker.
Manufacturer Contact Information
Customer support number - 877-623-4997
From the manufacturer
Cheap Purchase Online we have rich experience and tough combat effectiveness, at the same time, we are full of awe and curiosity. Fitbit Zip Wireless Activity Tracker, Magenta Dish Drying Rack Space Aluminum Double-layer Drain Dish Rack Sil Outlet Online Sale Dish Drying Rack Space Aluminum Double-layer Drain Dish Rack Sil Seattle Mall I loved this little tracker despite the fact that it has very limited features when compared to newer wearable fitness trackers on the market. I don't and won't wear a watch to track the fact that I need more sleep and exercise. I just wanted to be able to accurately track my steps and have that information automatically upload to an app. The zip did that, until it didn't.This zip was a replacement for one that I lost. When I set up this new zip, there was a firmware update. From day one, the only way I could get the zip to link to the app was to remove the battery, wait, reinsert the battery and wait some more. I followed all of the suggestions on fitbit's site and battery removal was the only thing that worked but even that wasn't 100%. Another problem is that the tracker itself would add steps I know I didn't take. How do I know...I didn't wear those shoes that day but there are steps shown on the device.It makes me wonder if Fitbit didn't sabotage its own equipment to entice users to buy more expensive, newer wearables in their lineup. If so, that is a pretty messed up sales strategy. If their product was junk out of the box, why would I want to try their 0 product? No thanks, fitbit. I will pass.
My first zip lasted 11 months, within warranty, got a new one and moved on with life. It synced without issue. My second one lasted 7 months, they wouldn't honor the warranty. I bought another. It lasted a little over a year but I began having syncing issues within the first 2 months. My 4th one Ive had for 6 months and I have had sync issues since the beginning. I have dongles on my work and home computers, some days they work, most days they don't. My phone will sometimes sync with my fitbit, but mostly it cannot find the fitbit. Also this thing costed forty bucks when I first got it, how in the heck is it now four times that price? fitbit can go consume a satchel of Richards, if ya catch my drift. Don't buy this, its not worth the frustration.I love my Fitbit! I've compared my mileage results to others walking with me and treadmill read outs, and since my numbers were the same, I know I can trust my results. I wear mine clipped to the middle of my bra so it sits between my cleavage, and you can only tell I'm wearing it when I wear a sports bra (no cleavage to sit between). I also really like that it works with the my fitness pal app. I put my food intake into myfitness pal, and the Fitbit app pulls in the data and figures out how many calories I can still eat for the day based on how many steps I've traveled.The only negatives are that the clip breaks easily, and the battery meter doesn't seem very reliable. The bottom of the clip breaks off and gets lost everywhere. I just ordered a replacement, but from the reviews I've read, this seems to be a problem across the board. Most people's clips are lasting a few weeks only before the bottom starts coming off. The battery meter is also unreliable. Sometimes it says my battery is low, and then an hour later it reads that it is fully charged. It's hard to tell when I really need to replace the battery.I have had to change the battery on this product every 1-2 weeks, despite the expectation from Fitbit that I would only need to change the battery every six months. In one case, I had to change it after only two days. This adds considerable to the cost of this product, and, more importantly, makes it completely unreliable for tracking activity. You will never know when it will go dead and stop tracking your activity.Further, when I do change the battery, the product is glitchy. It will either erase all of my steps for that day or carry over the steps from the previous day. Again, this makes the product completely unreliable to fulfill the one job it has: tracking steps.I have called customer service and they were unable to offer any solutions to these problems. Do yourself a favor and steer clear of this product and company.This product is great at tracking your steps and easy to hide in your pocket or clip on your pants. I love it because I hate having an extra bracelet on my arm. The battery lasts several months at a time and rarely needs replacing. However I have now owned mine for a year (actually a month over) and it is constantly resetting itself. The worst part it's over it's 365 day warranty (40 days over) and Fitbit will not exchange or replace it. They helped me reset it and ran tests, which show it is not working properly. So as long as you only want a product that works 1 year and 1 month then you are good!!! I highly suggest buying a warranty.I bought my Zip almost a year ago. I chose it over a pedometer because of Fitbit`s reputation of accuracy and the online sharing feature.In the beginning, it was quirky and did not count accurately at all. I re-installed the app, and this did solve the problem. The rest of the time the count was mostly fine.The battery life is not six months as advertised, it is more like 2-3 months. As somebody already mentioned, the back of the device could be opened only with the plastic tool that comes with Zip. One day Zip unexpectedly ran out of battery at work, and I tried to open the back with a coin, which works just fine for my Polar heart rate monitor. But the Zip`s plastic got completely scratched and jammed, and I was not even trying that hard!Last three months Zip was behaving weird. It would turn off/show low battery all of a sudden, when I knew the battery was just fine. And today it just died. Not even a year old.I would expect it to last at least a bit longer than the pedometer, but alas.I don`t think I will buy another Fitbit, because now I have two failures with it. I got my husband a Fitbit bracelet for Father`s day in 2014, it was about 0. It slipped off his wrist in the busy airport shortly after the purchase. He never noticed it until he boarded the plane.Pretty frustrating. Sports Outdoors => Exercise Fitness => Fitness Technology
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