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Jawbone UP
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Jawbone Up Fitness Tracking Wristband

thinkdigit.com
28 February 2014
  • Excerpt: Jawbone UP dates back to being the very first wrist-based activity tracker to actually capture eyes, and this second-generation band with its pretty solid yet sleek design seems to follow the footsteps. Jawbone Up is somewhat like a pedometer, but with pretensions of being more.
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Want a more Active Lifestyle? Hands On with the Jawbone UP Tracking and Monitoring Wristband

DigitalReviews.net
1 October 2013
  • Summary: I was quite impressed by what the Jawbone UP delivered in the way of accuracy and encouragement for a more active lifestyle which, funnily enough, also includes keeping track of the most inactive period in our daily life: our sleep.
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Overall 8
8.0

Review: Jawbone Up

Wired
29 June 2013
  • Pros: Delightfully handsome, and comes in a variety of colors. Long battery life means you won’t always be charging. Despite our efforts at drowning, dropping and generally smacking around, it stood up to every abuse.
  • Cons: Syncing is a chore. Sleep tracking could be better. Those replacement caps really ought to be free.
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Overall 2
2.0

Review: Jawbone Up

Wired
29 June 2013
  • Pros: Effective tool for monitoring your footsteps, health habits, sleep patterns. Attractive on the wrist. Charts and graphs are fun and addictive.
  • Cons: Currently doesn’t work, a complete hardware fail. Social interaction features are dull. Hardware interface is too simple to be useful.
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Overall 7
7.3

Jawbone UP

outdoorgearlab.com
18 June 2013
  • Conclusion: The Jawbone UP offers some advantages that few others in our test cannot. Primarily, of the rechargeable devices, the Jawbone has much longer battery life before needing a recharge. Additionally, the UP may be more comfortable on the wrist for some. Jawbone Inc.
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Overall 6
6.0

Jawbone Up Review

gadgetmac.com
2 June 2013
  • Excerpt: What if we told you that you can track the way you sleep, what you eat and how it makes you feel, exactly how much calories you've burned off and how many steps you took to do so.
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Goondu review: Jawbone Up

techgoondu.com
24 April 2013
  • Excerpt: Jawbone’s Up is a device that’s supposed to be worn 24/7. So, to truly understand how well it works, I’ve been wearing it everyday and every night over the past few weeks to see if wearable computing is all it’s cracked up to be.
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Jawbone Up activity tracker review

The Gadgeteer
11 April 2013
  • Excerpt: When you’re trying to increase your fitness level, lose weight or just keep a log of your physical activity, finding the right tool to help can be a challenge with all the activity trackers currently on the market. The Jawbone UP originally came on the scene back in 2011 to not so great reviews.
  • Pros: Water resistant, Up to 10 day battery life, Fast charging
  • Cons: Manual sync / no Bluetooth, Wake and inactivity alerts don't work consistently, Too tedious to add foods to the food log
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Review: Jawbone UP + Android – A Baby Step Toward Truly Powerful Wearable Tech

Android Police
8 April 2013
  • Excerpt: When Jawbone's UP wristband was released in late 2011, I was excited. Then I was disappointed. The motion-tracking band seemed like a perfect step into wearable tech at the time, but its companion app wasn't available for Android.
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Overall 9
9.0

Up By Jawbone Fitness Tracker Review

good house keeping
16 March 2013
  • Excerpt: In eight fun colors, this wristband fitness tracker from Jawbone easily blends in without being obtrusive or uncomfortable as it tracks your sleep and activity habits. Just sync the band to its iPhone or Android app using the audio jack in order to view data.
  • Pros: Accurate calorie counter and pedometer, Easy to set up, Comfortable
  • Cons: Requires an iPhone or android app to view data — no display on device
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