This is the Fitbit Flex 2. It's a $100 fitness tracker that can measure steps, distance, calories burned, active minutes, and sleep.
It doesn't do as much as other Fitbits but I still really like it.
Here's why, it's swim-proof and that's a big deal.
This is the first Fitbit you don't have to take off when showering or swimming.
It can also automatically track workouts like walking, running and biking.
An its the first that can even track swimming.
I also like how it is slim, discreet and light weight.
Half the time I barely notice that it is on my wrist.
You could also pop the tracker right out of the band and then pop it into a different color.
Plus here is also silver and gold bangles and necklaces to choose from.
This is the most stylist and versatile fit that yet and while there are cheaper trackers out there I still fun the flex to surprise pretty reasonable at only a $100.
But, here's were full of short there is no display.
So, instead that uses vibration and five tiny LED light to tell you how close you're wrecking your step cool To remind you to move and to alert you to incoming calls and texts.
But it can get confusing, especially if you forget what exactly each light means.
I'm also not impressed with battery life.
I got just under five days, which is good Good, but given the lack of features, I was expecting a week or maybe more.
But overall, the Flex 2 is still a good tracker for anyone who wants a simple, discreet and waterproof fitness tracker.
Plus, the Fitbit app is one of our favorites.
It's easy to use and there's a good chance your friends are already using it.
For more information on the Fitbit Flex 2, be sure to check out CNET.com.
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