• Fitbit Flex review

    Fitbit Flex review

  • Fitbit Flex
  • Fitbit app
  • Fitbit Flex
  • Fitbit Flex
  • Fitbit app
  • Fitbit Flex review

    Fitbit Flex review

  • Fitbit Flex

    Fitbit Flex

  • Fitbit app

    Fitbit app

  • Fitbit Flex

    Fitbit Flex

  • Fitbit Flex

    Fitbit Flex

  • Fitbit app

    Fitbit app

If your greatest "achievement" this week was unlocked on your Xbox, the Fitbit Flex could be just the thing to drag you off the sofa and into the land of the healthy. This rubbery band taps into those gaming instincts but makes you work a bit harder for its virtual high fives.

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Fitbit Flex

Fitbit Flex

Fitbit Flex

Fitbit Flex

Fitbit app

Fitbit app

Live tracking your steps on your mobile as you walk will certainly make you feel good, and whether on your phone or a computer you can set goals for distance, steps or calories. Five white LEDs alert you – at a tap – to your progress in 20% increments. The brains of the Flex unit are removable, so you don’t have to use the strap. You could even pop it in your sock for cycle tracking.

It’ll track your sleep and silently wake you up, too, although not as intelligently as the Jawbone Up. But in view of the price the only real complaint we have is that Android support is so far patchy at best. But it’s a cracking iPhone companion.

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Fitbit Flex review

A fun way to squeeze more physical exercise into your life
Fitbit Flex review

Fitbit Flex review

RM425