After reading loads of Fitbug Air reviews from health fanatics it might not be as perfect as you would like it to be. The device is small, works as a pedometer to record your steps, and advises you on the distance traveled. Furthermore, it tells you how many calories you have burned. However, it has its positives and negatives as with any other fitness tracker bought online. This is what athletes have to say about this fitness wearable.
Pros / What Customers Like:
Athletes loved the device for its ease of use, tracking their steps, calories burned, distance walked and sleep
Another standout users found helpful is that they could send their data captured via Bluetooth to their Smartphone or their PC/Mac.
Professional runners thought the personal digital coach KiK is helpful and helps motivate them to eat healthier, keep moving, and sleep better.
One client mentioned the choice of choosing a color belt to fit in with your lifestyle is superb – you can choose from four-color shades.
Another noteworthy thing is you can wear the Air in your pocket or clip it to your belt and according to the experts it does not pop out or come loose from your belt.
The amazing thing noted is the great price that is low and with the compact size, you can hide it.
We noted that most clients bought the fitness tracker to connect to their Vitality account that is a big help.
The ORB keeps data stored for a few days and good news if you happen to forget to synchronize it with the app via Bluetooth.
Cons / What Customers Don't Like:
An important note from users is that since it has undergone a firmware upgrade in the app, it does not synchronize.
The included battery runs down quick and customers recommend replacing it with a CR 2032 battery.
One professional sportsperson advised that the Fitbug Air is finicky when configuring, but once synchronized it is fine.
According to runners, you need to pay monthly fees for the coaching plans and is expensive. They would have liked it to be part of the package.
The Fitbug Air is an accurate yet responsive fitness wearable for running and connecting to your iOS device. A standout is you can share the Fitbug with more than one person and is a bonus. The downside is paying monthly membership fees might not be for everyone.