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Do you think FitBit will ever make it back into the market?

  • Yes it will

    Yes it just needs to be tweaked to become a little bit more accurate in measuring your sleeping habits, your steps and the accurate amount of calories that are being burned as to figuring out how many calories do you really loose when you peddle your bike up a steep hill for instance. It is a matter of time right now.

  • The Fitbit Force has only been on the market for about a week, and it's already making all other fitness wearables look out of date.

    With so much competition on the market from Nike, Jawbone and more, that in itself makes the Force stand out more than any other fitness tracker. There's a lot to love beyond the display too. But it's not perfect, especially when it comes to design and style. Here's a look at the beautiful, the ugly and where its biggest potential resides..

  • FitBit can still make it back to the market

    FitBit can still make it back to the market, but it drastically needs to improve its user interface and charge less prices than it used to. The company has great products that enhances users life and gives them the confidence of their daily activities. With many different products, they should consider the different ways it can help its user, and how it can make it easier to access its data.

  • No, Other brands will take over

    FitBit will not make it back into the market. This is because there are other brands of tools that measure steps too. FitBit was good for a beginner step in the market, but there are more
    advanced models out there by different companies. FitBit had the advantage though that a lot of medical insurance companies gave benefits to users for wearing it.

  • Other brands will take over.

    FitBit will not make it back into the market. This is because there are other brands of tools that measure steps too. FitBit was good for a beginner step in the market, but there are more advanced models out there by different companies. FitBit had the advantage though that a lot of medical insurance companies gave benefits to users for wearing it.


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