No ordinary pedometer, the FITBIT® Zip™ wireless activity tracker is powered by leading-edge accelerometer technology to help you take charge of your fitness. Whether you slip it in your pocket or clip it to your waistband, Zip™ logs your steps, distance, and calories, then automatically uploads the data to your computer or compatible mobile device. Go online or use the FITBIT® app to get badges and compete with your friends!
Tracks steps, distance, and calories burned
Set goals, view progress, and earn badges
Share and compete with friends throughout the day
Log food, weight, and more on the free FITBIT® website or apps
Syncs automatically with select mobile devices and your computer
Works with other apps, including Lose It!, Run Keeper, Map My Fitness, My Fitness Pal, Endomondo, Spark People, and more
Sweat, rain, and splash proof
Replaceable battery lasts 4-6 months
Includes Zip™ tracker, matching clip, USB dongle, 3V lithium battery, battery door tool
1-year limited manufacturer's warranty
Sensor: MEMS 3-axis accelerometer
Browser Requirements: Safari® 5.0.5 and higher; Chrome® 12 and higher; Internet Explorer® 8 and higher; Firefox® 3.6.18 and higher
Computer System Requirements: Mac OS® 10.5 or later; Windows® XP, Vista, 7, 8; high-speed internet connection; USB port
Mobile Device Requirements: Select devices with Bluetooth® 4.0 technology*; includes iPhone® 4S and 5, iPod® Touch 5th generation, iPad® with Retina display, iPad® mini, Samsung® Galaxy S® III and 4, Samsung® Galaxy Note® II and 10.1
Maximum Operating Altitude: 30,000'
Operating Temperature: -32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit
Storage Temperature: 0 to 130 degrees Fahrenheit
Splash Proof: Should not be submerged more than 1 m
Dimensions: H 1.4" x W 1.1" x D 0.38"
Weight: 8 g
NOTE: If your mobile device is not compatible to sync via Bluetooth®, you can still use the FITBIT® app to view your data and track your progress, however you will need to complete setup using a Mac or PC.
Comments about FITBIT Zip Wireless Activity Tracker:
My fitbit stopped working about a month after I got it. It worked fine until then-unobtrusive, an accurate step counter, a little more difficult to get the milege accurately, though it was still pretty close. Lots of online bells and whistles. That's fun, but I mainly use it for step counting and mileage.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend