What do you use? And why do you like yours more than the others?
I bought into the atlas wearable over a year ago on indiegogo...
The prototype is well under way and I can't wait to get mine. Hopefully by December. (It was supposed to be finished in March so its almost a year behind schedule)
Yours sounds awesome!
I've refrained from buying anything else until I get my fitness tracker. I just hope it actually does what it's supposed to. If not, maybe I'll get what you have.
Just finished watching the promo on YouTube. It looks amazing kinda reminds me of the moov https://youtu.be/3Ef95nAHFAs Apparently it's features do the same and it's waterproof. The price for it seems unreal but I hope you get your money's worth.
I have been using fitbits for a while but do NOT recommend their products. First, no api for pulling data on demand so apps like this can't interact. Second fitbit executives are scumbags who paid lobbyists to fight congress trying to pass privacy laws regarding fitness trackers. Basically, fitbit torpedoed a law that would have prevented companies like fitbit from selling your private information to insurance companies who would use it to increase your premiums if you are out of shape. I can't condone that type if behavior by a company and that's why I can't recommend fitbit.
Build quality of fitbits are also poor at best. Most come with totally dead batteries which causes damage to the battery cells and leads to having to replace your fitbit more often. Obviously fitbit loves this as they sell more fitbits.
If anyone is interested, atlas is having a black Friday deal. $199 instead of $249.
They started shipping 1st 1,000 out, mine should be the next shipment!
I used the Jawbone UP2 and liked it okay. I purchased a Garmin Vivosmart about a month ago and like it much better. The Vivosmart can connect to an ANT+ HRM and cycling sensors. It's also water proof up to 5 atmospheres, so if you like to swim it's a helpful tracker. The app isn't bad, but I'm glad they didn't do their own calorie tracker. So it connects directly with MFP, which seems like the de facto standard these days.