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Step lively

The Fitbit Zip's main task is to track how many steps you take.
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Feel the burn

Based on your age, weight, and height, the Fitbit Zip calculates the number of calories you burn.
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Laziness has a price

If the Fitbit Zip thinks you're being lazy, it will make its displeasure known.
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Wireless to PC

Even if your phone doesn't support the Fitbit Zip's Bluetooth syncing feature, the bundled USB adapter lets you link to computers sans wires.
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Clip the Zip to pockets or place in it inside them.
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The $59.95 Fitbit Zip smart pedometer is affordable, easy to use, and tracks the steps you take plus calories consumed.

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