Note: As of October 2015, I am no longer a Weight Watchers member, so I am not entirely sure if my method to sync your Apple Watch to Weight Watchers still works.
Since this review, FitBit has stepped up their game and introduced a ton of new trackers to their line that can give the Apple Watch a good run for its money.
Since I last talked about fitness trackers a lot has happened! I stopped using the Weight Watchers ActiveLink, Weight Watchers finally allowed other fitness trackers to track Activity Points, and I got an Apple Watch which has replaced my FitBit.
Ultimately I chose the Apple Watch over the FitBit because of the fact it tells time plus a whole lot more. I’m not big on wearing a ton of things on my wrists, so an all-in-one device that looks good is the best fit for me. And once I found out it could track my Weight Watcher points it sealed the deal for me.
I did like the challenges with my friends on FitBit, plus I still use the Aria scale, so I found a way to sync my HealthKit info with FitBit: Sync Solver.
In case you were wondering…
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Just wanted to point out, that with the fitbit, the Charge series does tell time, fix sync issues, and have a better clasp. So it can’t fix the aesthetic issue, it does fix the other issues =). I swear by my charge HR. Tells time, heart rate, sleep, and syncs like a dream. It might not be pretty, but it only cost me $150.
Thank you for clarifying! I wasn’t sure to be honest, it was kind of hard to tell whether or not the Charge series told time. And yeah I think ultimately it will come down to price and aesthetics when choosing one or the other.