Which Fitness Tracker is Easiest to Use?

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Explorer Deborah asks the group if they know of a fitness tracker device that is really easy to read and to program, since she considers herself 'technologically out of it', and she would pay more for ease of use and reliability.

The group considers her request for suggestions, and recommends that she compare several brands and consult stores that offer fitness trackers. The consensus is that it pays to shop.

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from the Commonwealth Club, San Francisco circle discussion February 8th, 2016.


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Key words: 
Tracking. Fitness. Activity. Health