Fitbit began its journey with clip-on trackers but its first wrist device, the Fitbit Flex, was a major turning point for the company. It led to several other wearables, but only now have we got a sequel, aptly called the Fitbit Flex 2.
Now, it’s obvious that users will automatically pick up the newer device for its updated features. But there are a few who are likely holding onto the Flex because it’s served them so well. If you’re wondering about making the jump to Flex 2, then read on below.
Fitbit Flex 2 v Fitbit Flex: Design
The two Flex bands aren’t too different in terms of their simple design. The original Flex has a tracker with LEDs that light up when tapped to show your goal progress. The tracker module can also be removed for cleaning or if you want to switch out bands. It’s water resistant but not waterproof – so safe for showers and dishwashing but not swimming.
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