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Fitbit Alta Braccialetto Fitness

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dispositivi compatibili iOS, Android iOS, Android, Windows iPhone, Android Wristband iPhone, Android
Tecnologia di connessione Bluetooth Micro USB Bluetooth, Wi-Fi Wireless Bluetooth
Peso articolo 0 grammi 25 grammi 80 grammi 29 grammi 45 grammi
Quantità di energia nelle batterie al litio 0,1 Wattora 2 Wattora 0,14 Wattora 0,4 Wattora
Materiale Plastica Gomma termoplastica Silicone Silicone Gomma
Dimensione X-Large 4.1 x 1.5 x 0.9 centimeters Taglia Unica universal Regolare
Caratteristiche addizionali Alarm clock; Bluetooth; Motion sensor; Touch sensitive screen Sensori : Frequenza cardiaca, Accelerometro Funzioni: chiamata di promemoria, misurazione della frequenza cardiaca Smart Coach con approfondimenti su fitness e nutrizione Sveglia

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buono per le funzionalità' buona la durata della batteria, buona e curata la app che ho provato sia su Android che su windows phone
come evidente manca il battito cardiaco e secondo me l'unica vera pecca e non poterci fare il bagno in piscina
per il resto a maggior ragione penso che gli smartwatch nn servano a nulla, questo fa molte piu cose ed è anche orologio!!!
Il cinturino dopo l'uso si sporca ma basta lavarlo e torna come nuovo la robustezza sembra eccellente perchè anche lo schermo è privo di graffi dopo un uso senza trope attenzioni
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Il motivo principale per cui ho acquistato fitbit è per tenere traccia delle mie attività quotidiane, e in particolare monitorare il sonno.
Ho scelto alta soprattutto per il suo design, visto che volevo un braccialetto che fosse portabile anche al di fuori della palestra e che non sembrasse troppo sportivo. Infatti non lo utilizzo durate gli allenamenti in palestra, per lo più di pesi, dove i passi sono pochi e quindi l'attività non è rilevante.
Registro poi l'attività in seguito nel diario attività, sotto la voce "ginnastica generale", anche se preferirei una scelta più ampia delle attività sportive da registrare.
In generale sono molto soddisfatta dell'acquisto perché mi da un'idea generale del movimento che faccio durante la giornata (extra-allenamento), e mi ricorda di fare qualche passo ogni ora, visto che il mio lavoro molto sedentario mi porta a passare molte ore davanti al pc.
Lo consiglio a chiunque voglia avere un'idea abbastanza generale del movimento che fa durante la giornata.
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Come già segnalato da altri, il prodotto è molto interessante, ma ha gravi problemi di funzionamento. Se il display resta inattivo per qualche decina di minuti, non si risveglia più. La sincronizzazione si interrompe e riparte solamente se viene riavviato.
Siamo in contatto con l'assistenza Fitbit, che ci ha fatto fare numerosi tentativi di reset e di aggiornamento, ma nulla ha risolto i problemi.
Da ultimo, anche quando funziona, la sensibilità dello schermino touch è così bassa che bisogna insistere più volte per fargli cambiare schermata.

Peccato, aveva tutte le caratteristiche per essere il dispositivo ideale.
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4.300 di 4.372 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Upgrade to the Fitbit Alta-I promise you--You'll wish you had done it sooner! 25 giugno 2016
Di Heidi - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Dimensione: SmallColore: Viola Acquisto verificato
I don't usually buy the latest greatest thing, but I've been saving up and researching this since it came out & wanted to finally buy it! Product has worked awesomely since Day 1. I spent a LOT of time researching which Fitbit I wanted to upgrade my Fitbit Flex from. I'm not 'techy' but I love that it's SO easy to set up. It shows the time/texts/calls/steps/battery level/miles/DAY & Date. I DID have the Fitbix Flex set up before, so maybe that's why it's easier. I'm a plus size woman, but I got the Small size, and I have plenty of room to spare.

PROS: (I'll keep it short!)
-If you go to the Fitbit Website, you can print out a sizing for your wrist, and play around with it.
-Purple! It's a dark purple, but so much better than plain ole black
-You can either tap the screen OR just turn your wrist down & then up and it shows the time, distance, steps, etc (you choose the order and what appears first, then you tap the screen to view the other options).
-I LOVE that it shows the TIME!
-Has an idle alert, so every hour, it vibrates and says "get moving, only 100 more steps", to get you to be more active--and believe me! THat helps when you have an office job!

CONS:
-It says that you shouldn't wear it in the shower. I wore my OLD Fitbit Flex in the shower EVERY TIME--and I had it for 2yrs.-So this Fitbit Alta says no showering. I've accidentally left it on and no harm has been done, but don't want to ruin it----so this may be a factor for you.
-If you miss a text/call on your Fitbit, you cannot find it after it's been missed. You'll need to look on your phone for that info.
-Texts: If the text is long OR if you have the persons' name as something really long, that takes up the characters of what is allowed.

I was not compensated/given a discount or any other option, other than paying hard earned money for this Fitbit Alta. [...]. Thanks so much!
2.576 di 2.653 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle The Alta is a Big Improvement Over the Flex and I'm So Happy With It! 4 aprile 2016
Di Kristin B. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Size: SmallColore: Nero Acquisto verificato
***Updates are located at the bottom of review.***

***Original Review***
I am a pretty active person and I love keeping track of my fitness levels so I can gauge how much daily activity I do and what I can do to improve it. Last year for Mother's Day I received a Fitbit Flex and I was so excited! I got it set up and loved seeing how many steps I actually take a day. The only thing is, the Flex doesn't tell you exactly how many steps you take on the device itself so you have to look at the app or on your computer. Personally, my excitement over the Flex slid downwards because I didn't feel motivated enough by it and I had syncing problems with it so I decided recently to look into other options and came upon the brand-new Fitbit Alta! This time I am really, truly excited over it because it has a slim, classy design yet it is more like a smartwatch so it can tell you a lot of information without even looking at an app. I included a picture of the Alta and Flex (my Alta is black and the Flex is pink).

What's included: The Fitbit Alta comes with the Fitbit itself, a USB charger, and a Bluetooth device if you choose to use your computer to look at all of your activity instead of your phone or tablet.

Sizing: The Alta comes in three sizes, small, large, and x-large (only available online). Size small fits wrists 5.5 inches to 6.7 inches in circumference, large fits 6.7 inches to 8.1 inches in circumference, and x-large fits 8.1 inches to 9.3 inches in circumference. Another way to measure for the small and large sizes is to use a ruler and measure the width of your wrist while laying it flat. I've included a picture taken from the Alta's box that you can use as a measuring tool. If your wrist is up to 2 1/4 inches wide, you would want to purchase a small. If your wrist measures between 2 1/4 inches and 3 inches, you would want to order a large. If your wrist is larger than 3 inches, you want to order an x-large. If you are between sizes, Fitbit recommends sizing up. I ordered the small size and it fits very comfortably with plenty of room to spare. I compared my Alta with my small Flex wristband and they are the same size.

Colors: Currently, the Alta comes in black, blue, plum, and teal. I have the pink Flex and it got very dirty from everyday use so I decided to order a black Alta because it will at least appear cleaner and goes with everything.

Features: The Alta has a number of great features, some of which are optional. You can see the time, number of steps currently taken along with a five-dot progress bar, distance walked, number of calories burned, and number of active minutes. You can also turn on text and call notifications, which I like. As long as your Alta is within range of your Bluetooth device (generally 30 feet) of either your phone, tablet, or computer, your Alta will vibrate and either show a text message symbol with the sender's name and the first part of the message or a phone call symbol with the caller's name. I've included a general list of the phones, tablets and OSs that are compatible with the Alta at the bottom of this review, taken from Fitbit's website. Personally, I like those features in case I turn my phone on silent. I haven't quite figured out exactly what counts as active minutes and how to reach the daily goal of 30 minutes a day. As soon as I figure it out, I will add that information. The Alta is water-resistant so you wouldn't want to go swimming or take a shower with it on. One of my favorite features is that the Alta automatically tracks your sleep quality! With the Flex, you have to tap it a number of times and let it know you are going to sleep and then tap it several times to tell it you are awake but the Alta automatically senses that you are sleeping. You can also set a silent, vibrating alarm. With my Flex, every time I would go to the grocery store and I'd be pushing a cart across the parking lot, the Flex would sense vibrations and assume I was going to sleep so of course my sleep time was completely wrong. The Alta doesn't use tapping to put it in sleep mode so you don't have to worry about that! A couple things the Alta doesn't do are measure your heart rate and the number of floors you have climbed. If those features are important to you, the Fitbit Charge would be a better option at this point. Another nice feature of the Alta is that it reminds you to move. Every hour, the goal is to walk 250 steps. At 10 minutes before the next hour comes, your Fitbit will buzz and encourage you to move and tell you the number of steps you need to take if you've already walked at least some during that hour. You can choose the hours you want this notification from 5 to 14 consecutive hours. Don't worry, it won't disturb you at night as long as you don't include those hours. When you accomplish goals, the Alta will vibrate and celebrate! In order to view the time and any daily activities, you simply turn your Alta towards your face and it will automatically show you the time or you can tap the band.

Charging: The Alta is very simple to charge. You take the entire wristband off and hook it up to your USB charger. I plug mine into my computer but if you don't use a computer, a lot of smartphones come with USB wall chargers which work as well. There are two small gold pieces which you line up on the Alta and you just snap the Alta into the charger. The face of the Alta will tell you if it's charging correctly and show a picture of a battery and how far it's charged along with the charging symbol (a bolt of lightning). Once it's done, the battery will just be full and the charging symbol will be gone. The battery generally lasts up to 5 days and takes about 2 hours to charge. I like to charge mine at night or in the evening when I'm less active so I get most of my steps in.

Tips: Some people have trouble with with tapping the device to scroll through the daily activity. Another reviewer mentioned a tip and I've discovered it works perfectly! Instead of tapping directly on the face of the Alta, tap just below the bottom of the face on the wristband. Once I found that out, I've had no problems at all. Also it is very easy to snap the Alta on your wrist. If you are familiar with the Flex, it works the same way. You use your opposite hand to snap and unsnap the wristband and it easily pops into the holes.

Compatibility: The Fitbit Alta syncs with certain phones and OSs (operating systems). They are: Windows Vista and later, Mac OS X 10.6 and up, iPhone 4S and later, iPad 3 generation and later, and leading Android and Windows devices (this information was taken from Fitbit's website).

I've only used the Alta for 6 days and I can already tell that it's so much nicer than the Flex. It's slim like the Flex but it looks very stylish, has a lot of great features and best of all, it motivates me to get moving even more than I was before! It's more expensive than the Flex but it can do so much more that it's worth spending the extra money to me. If you are interested in purchasing a Fitbit, I would seriously consider the Alta. It's cheaper than some of the really fancy Fitbits but it does exactly what I want it to do and if you are looking for more features, you'd want to look at the more expensive Fitbits. As I discover new features, have something else to share about the Alta, or if my opinion changes about this product, I will update this review. I'm so happy with the Alta and highly recommend it to anyone who wants to lead a more active lifestyle!

***Update 04/14/2016 - I have had my Alta for about two and a half weeks now and still love it! I've found that it does a good job of encouraging me to get up and move, even when I really don't feel like it. I've also researched and figured out based on my activity what are active minutes. According to Fitbit's website, active minutes are awarded when "the activity you're doing is more strenuous than regular walking, which includes everything from a brisk walk to a cardio workout or run." Fitbit also says "minutes are only awarded after 10 minutes of continuous moderate-to-intense activity." I was outside a lot today with my kids as well as several other days when I earned active minutes. Some of the activities I've done where I've earned active minutes are hauling tree branches out to the curb for yard cleanup, pulling my three-year-old twins around in a wagon, pushing my twins in a stroller, shooting hoops, and running. Now that I know and understand more about how to accomplish this goal, I plan on trying my hardest to get those active minutes, which also gets me more steps and calories burned. I've also only had to charge my Alta a couple times since I got it. In general the battery seems to last me five to six days.

***Update 04/25/2016 - Another feature I hadn't noticed until it appeared on my Alta is that it has calendar notifications as well. I use the Google calendar for appointments and things I need to do and usually have an alarm set for those events that lets me know I have something coming up in an hour. My Alta vibrated and told me that I had an appointment which I thought was great, just in case I forgot and my phone was on silent! One other thing I've noticed (this has to do more with the Fitbit app than the device itself) is that sometimes the numbers won't sync on the app even though it says it just synced. For instance, my Alta will say I have 9.1k steps and the app says I have 8,184 steps. I've found if I tap each category in the Dashboard (steps, calories burned, active minutes, etc.) and wait a few seconds, it usually catches up, not always but most of the time. I'm still impressed with the Alta and feel it's a great investment for anyone wanting to be more active!

***Update 07/22/2016 - I've now had my Alta for almost four months and still love it! I feel it's accurate with how many steps I take and now that I know how to earn active minutes, it's been easier for me to get them. I play a lot of basketball and that is a fairly simple way for me to get the active minutes because that activity requires a lot of running around. Regarding the notifications, occasionally I've found that my Alta won't tell me when I have a text message or phone call, even when my phone is right next to me. When I first asked my techie husband about it, his first question was "Well, did you restart your phone?". So I restarted my phone which has my Fitbit app on it and what do you know, the notifications were working again! Typically, that seems to solve the problem since electronics need an occasional reboot to work correctly again. If you ever have this problem, I'd suggest restarting your phone or tablet to see if that fixes it. I still feel the Alta is worth every penny I spent and recommend purchasing one if you want to lead a more active lifestyle!

***Update 09/08/2016 - My Alta and I have now been inseparable for over five months. Even though I occasionally don't feel like being very active, in general, this Fitbit has increased my activity levels and keeps urging me to get up and walk more. I recently noticed that at ten minutes to the next hour (e.g. 12:50, 3:50), the notification to get some more steps in is now two short vibrations instead of one. I'm guessing this must be a recent update. I've found this to be much more helpful since it's more noticeable. Another thing I've discovered is that the notifications for texting and calling don't always show up for various reasons. Sometimes my phone (with the Fitbit app on it) will be in my kitchen and I will be at the other end of the house, which is more than 30 feet away. Bluetooth can't always reach through the walls so I sometimes don't get these notifications. If I've gotten a text or call and it's been several minutes when I come back into Bluetooth range, the Fitbit won't notify me but it seems to notify me if it's been about a minute or so since the text or call has come through. Generally, these features work really well and I've been happy with them. Cleaning for my Alta has been fairly minimal. I never wear it when I'm washing dishes or taking a shower but it occasionally gets a little wet when I wash my hands and of course it gets sweat and lotion on it. When it starts to smell, most of the time it's because either water, sweat, lotion, or a combination have gotten into the small holes where you clasp the band shut. An easy way to clean this and get rid of the funky smell is to run just the band part, not the device itself (I have the rubber Fitbit band, not a leather one) under running water and, using a cotton swab, clean out each of the holes from both sides of the band, then towel dry the band. I recently did that and it has helped immensely! After all of these months, I still maintain that the Alta is a great activity tracker and would recommend it if you want to be more fitness-conscious and improve your activity levels!

***Update 02/25/2017 - I've been using my Fitbit Alta for about 11 months now and it still works great. I haven't noticed a decline in the battery life or performance and the band is still in great shape. I have no complaints and still recommend this Fitbit for anyone who wants to lead a more active lifestyle!

***Update 03/06/2017 - At about the 11-month mark, my black band started to pull away from the tracker. With the amount of use my Fitbit gets, I wasn't surprised at all and feel I got my money's worth out of the original band. I ended up replacing it with the same exact band, just a different color. I ordered Fitbit Alta Classic Accessory Band, Plum Small and it's the same product and very easy to replace. If you have the same issue and want the same band, I recommend this product!
3.998 di 4.162 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Want an honest review? 16 marzo 2016
Di B's Mom - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Size: SmallColore: Nero
I'm writing this review because so many people are whining about the new Fitbit Alta. :) Here is an honest review.

The clasp isn't THAT hard to close. You don't want it falling off your wrist, so yes, you need to use a little pressure to get it on. But everyone is really making a big deal about it. I upgraded from the Charge HR (which has a buckle like watch), so it did take a little getting used to. It's in the technique. Align the holes (don't get the hole and the prong lopsided) and squeeze between your two fingers (rather than pressing on your wrist). I'm 5'3" and 115 lbs and I can close it just fine. It'll also get easier as you practice doing it, but that's with anything. :)

Also, I don't understand the issues others are having with tapping the display. It's easy to figure out the pressure you need to tap with and the rhythm and it works every time. I think people are getting frustrated and tapping REALLY hard, only for it not to work, thus getting more frustrated and more erratic tapping!!! It's an even "tap... tap..." about a half second apart. It's important to use that rhythm because that's how it designed to function. This tapping feature works exactly like my Charge HR.

I love the slim design of the Alta. I like how it looks less clumsy and bulky on my wrist than the HR. And dressier too, even with the classic band it comes with. I'm not sure how I manage this, but I sleep with my wrists tucked under my head. The Charge HR's buckle hurt when I slept, but this clasp is smooth and flat, so it doesn't bother me when I sleep. I'm not really missing the heart rate feature because I didn't need to know my heart rate 24/7. It was a nice trade off to get a slimmer device.

Set up was easy, just like my Charge HR. I really haven't had any issues. If there is something I have a question about, I look it up in the “Help” section on the Fitbit website and read about it. I think some people are lazy and would rather post a bad review than do a little reading to see what they are doing wrong. There is even an 800 number you can call to ask questions if you’d don’t wanna read.

There is only one thing I miss and that’s the exercise mode button. I liked being able to record each workout with my Charge HR rather than having it use the SmartTrack feature. I regularly do spin classes and the Alta (and well the HR for that matter) doesn’t automatically start tracking an indoor bike. With my HR, I would just hit the exercise mode button. With my Alta, I manually enter my details later (estimating my distance and calories… I used Google to get estimates). Not a huge deal. And I’m so anal retentive about reviewing and analyzing my graphs and data, I don’t mind it so much that I manually enter an activity. Also, I’m assuming they eliminated that feature in order to create the slim, sleek design everyone likes.

It’s a tradeoff. You want more features… heart rate, exercise mode, etc., get the Charge HR. If you don’t mind losing those to get a sleeker, sexier look that goes with more outfits and looks less “sporty” for something you’ll have on your wrist EVERY DAY, go with the Alta.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Good product - bad news 3 febbraio 2017
Di Andrea Mcguyer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Dimensione: SmallColore: Viola Acquisto verificato
Well I love this damn thing even if it did make me aware of the fact that, according to the average number of steps I get each day, I'm basically a houseplant. Only very slightly more active than a ficus.
845 di 911 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle I bought this to wear on my ankle, as I use a walker. I special ordered an XL from Fitbit. Love it! 17 marzo 2016
Di Carmylita - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Dimensione: LargeColore: Nero
UPDATE: I am loving this more as each day goes by. I have used it day and night for two weeks, in that amount of time I have only had to charge it once, at that time it was down to half. I am thrilled that it picks up every single step I take. no matter what direction I step. Hopping, jumping, dancing, leg lifts, because it is on my ankle it picks up my leg movements, regardless of what my arms are doing, I feel this is much more accurate in tracking. Than wrist movements. We are restoring an older Nordic Track treadmill, so in a few weeks I am going to put the Alta through it's paces on the mill. I received my new teal band, that snaps on in seconds for sleep, and the sleep monitor is extremely accurate. it Knows if I get up at night, and how long I was up. This is absolutely the best Fitbit to date. Thank you Fitbit.

I pre ordered mine from Fitbit. I ordered extra large which only comes in black, I am not your typical user. I have a Fitbit Zip, One, Flex, and former owner of the Charge. Now the ultimate Fitbit, this Alta.

As I say, I am not your typical user, I am a grandma of 8, born with Cerebral Palsy, so I use a walker full time. Hence the reason for the extra large it fits my ankle. My Flex would not pick up sideways movement, only forward and back ward. This picks up every movement, side to side, jogging in place, or side stepping back and forth.

When I read that it would pick up soccer playing and other types of sports I had to have it. Best Fitbit yet! I love the hourly reminders to move, being disabled I do not always want to do that. You have the option to turn off this option and not use it. You can also change how many hours you want it to remind you, I think six being the least amount. Also you have other options on the times you want it to do this.

I love the band change option, I plan to buy another band to switch out at night for sleep. it measured my sleep very accurately.

I get a whole new level. I was getting pretty bored with my Fitbits. Now with so many options I am excited again. Because of Fitbit, I was able to shed almost 50 pounds and get my a1c numbers to normal, it has encouraged a whole new life style.

There are so many screen options I couldn't make up my mind which one to choose, and they have brought the growing flower over from the Fitbit One, also the "chatter" and greeting.

I do not have a smart phone, but I have a Samsung Tab 4 8.0 and my computer with Windows 10, it took me less that 10 minutes to effortlessly set the Alta up on my devices.

As many have said they have bad time fastening the band. I do not understand this, being handicapped with even my weakest hand I am able to get it closed, it just has to be aligned straight with the holes, and the more you use it, the easier it gets.

It is heavier than the Flex. but it has a very solid feel to it. I like that. Obviously it will be on my ankle where it won't be seen, so I didn't get this for a fashion statement, however, I am now tempted to buy a pair of capris just to show it off!

The band is softer and more flexible that any other Fitbit. and I was happy they have stuck with the dongle for computers, that went a long way in my decision to buy the Alta.

As for tapping the screen, it takes very little effort, try tapping near one end or the other, evenly paced two slower taps instead of quick taps.

Even my husband is impressed with this one. He is not a Fitbit user. or any activity device user.

Since I don't have a smart phone I can't report on the messaging feature, and calendar feature, my tablet is Wi Fi only. Just love this, I read so many negative reports on it as they started coming in, I began to worry that I had made a mistake. Living on a fixed income doesn't allow for mistakes of this nature. I am so thrilled with it.

I hope others who are limited to walkers and assistive devices may find this useful information. It doesn't get all the steps as I am watching the screen on my tablet in real time, but suddenly it will catch up and get every move I made.

I just couldn't be happier with my purchase.

UPDATE: I should knock off one star for not being able to feel it vibrate, either on my wrist, or my ankle. Hence, I missed my hourly goals. The Flex had a strong vibration. This is so weak I can't feel it sitting perfectly still. I actually need to set a timer on my tablet to remind me. In spite of this I'm still very happy with it. This just needs to be said, so just saying....

UPDATE #2: I've now had this one week, it came fully charged it is only down to 1/2 after a week! I was charging my Flex every three days. Okay, granted, I do not use messaging notifications, greetings, or chatter. The only thing I have turned on are hourly reminders, ckock, active minutes, miles / distance, and steps. I'm loving everything but the wreak vibration. I've moved a lot more since I've had this. I used to move all day before Fitbit changed it so that you have to do all ten minutes at a time, I was getting active minutes all day long. One minute at à time. After the change over I stopped doing that because of my disability it is extremely hard for me to do ten minutes at a time, since I'm hypoglycemic, ten minutes runs my blood sugar to the ground, so this is risky for me. I do feel Fitbit shouldn't allow the government to push them into changing the program, pushing people beyond what they are capable of doing, to see those green lines light up. We should be allowed to chose if we want to do our ten minutes in increments, or all at one time. There are millions of disabled people out there who are not capable of ten minutes at a time, and millions who won't buy a Fitbit for this reason, or any other activity monitor. Just because the CC recommends this doesn't mean a huge company should change the way the devices work without so much as a warning. Many people have not been around before this change.

Also I can't understand the low ratings because of blue tooth not syncing use the dongle! I have a cheap tablet Wi Fi only, and it synced right up.


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