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Jawbone UP24

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Review: Jawbone Up24

Wired
1 day ago
  • Excerpt: There are a few key things a wearable has to get right. It has to be comfortable and good-looking so that you’ll actually wear it. It has to have good software so that you’ll be able to understand the feedback you’re getting from it. And it needs to more or less disappear — it can’t be a pain to sync or charge or you’re going to end up leaving it on a desk or in a drawer.
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Overall 6
6.0

Jawbone Up24 Review

Digitaltrends
11 September 2014
  • Conclusion: Bluetooth connectivity certainly brings a big advance over the previous UP. It’s incredibly handy have that tracking information in real-time time. Even with this and the additional software enhancements, however, the UP24 doesn’t match up to the sort of informational firepower available with much of the competition. If you’re looking for a simple, out-of-the-way tracker, Jawbone’s offering is still a solid choice.
  • Pros: Lightweight, Comprehensive stat tracking, Bluetooth syncing
  • Cons: Some sizing issues, Lack of screen, Too many stats require manual input
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UP24 by Jawbone Review

YugaTech
26 May 2014
  • Summary: The smartband market has been around for a couple of years but it’s still considered to be a niche product and mostly geared towards the sports and health conscious crowd. Still, we find very practical and convincing use for it. It’s simple and very easy to use, provides the essential data that matters and can be an integral part of a user’s lifestyle.
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Jawbone Up24 Fitness Tracker Wristband Review

Chip Chick
24 April 2014
  • Excerpt: Fitness devices are trending upwards, and rightfully so! There’s nothing more important than your health. Last year, Jawbone’s Up activity monitor paved the way as one of the ...
  • Pros: 7+ Day battery, Comfortable, Easy to use, Wireless syncing, Up 3.0 is very visual and insightful, Vibrating alarm clock, Inactivity alerts, Durable, Water resistant, Looks good enough to wear in both casual and formal environments
  • Cons: Compatibility is limited, No altimeter, No built in step/activity display, Also a bit pricey considering it doesn’t have a display
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Overall 8
8.0

Jawbone Up24 review: wireless syncing makes this Jawbone's best fitness tracker yet

Engadget
12 December 2013
  • Conclusion: The Up24 is Jawbone's best wearable to date thanks to wireless syncing. It's definitely worth buying over the older, less expensive Up band.
  • Pros: Bluetooth syncing, Simple design, Integration with home automation apps, App can now estimate how long you slept
  • Cons: Sleep tracking still hit or miss, Battery life took a hit
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Jawbone Up24: Another Small Step for Activity Tracking

All Things Digital
2 December 2013
  • Excerpt: Wearable activity-tracking devices, which measure your steps and caloric burn, among other things, still aren’t mainstream. But they’re slowly growing, and some of the companies that make them — like Fitbit, Nike and Jawbone — recently released new versions of these wristbands. For the past few weeks, I’ve been testing the new Jawbone Up band, called the Up24. This $150 wristband is $20 more than the “old” Up, and works with a new version of the Up mobile app.
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Jawbone UP24 and UP 3.0 Review

SlashGear
13 November 2013
  • Conclusion: There's no shortage of fitness trackers out there. UP24 goes up against Fitbit's new Force, Nike's Fuelband SE, and numerous other models from lesser-known brands. It also faces a growing challenge from software: the iPhone 5s and Nexus 5 each promise more precise movement data from their various sensors, but apps like Moves and Runtastic work across most iOS and Android devices, and at a fraction of the price of dedicated hardware.
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Overall 8
8.0

Jawbone UP24

expertreviews.co.uk
3 July 2014
  • Conclusion: The Jawbone UP24 is one of the most expensive avidity trackers on the market, but despite its high price, we still think it’s a great choice. Yes, it lacks both a built-in display and altimeter functionality, but to judge the UP24 purely on hardware specs would be doing Jawbone an injustice. You see Jawbone hasn’t just designed an activity tracker, it’s built a beautifully realised ecosystem and has evolved over time and will continue to do so.
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Overall 9
9.0
Design 9
9.0
Value for money 8
8.0
Features 8
8.0
Ease of use 9
9.0
Performance 9
9.0

Review: Jawbone Up 24

Gadget Guy
27 May 2014
  • Summary: Last year’s version of the Up was a great concept, and this year’s improvement doesn’t seek to shake the formula too much, merely improving it for people who want their fitness tracked without needing to remember to plug in the device and let the information upload.
  • Pros: Automatically sends updates to your phone and doesn't need to be synced using the 2.5mm headset jack, Battery lasts for a good week (around 6 days or so in our tests), Comfortable to wear, Activity coach actually helps you get moving more, inspiring you to take more steps and change your patterns
  • Cons: Still can't automatically work out when you're sleeping, which given how much it can work out, still surprises us, Only two colours available for the band: onyx (black) and persimmon (orange), Requires a phone supporting Bluetooth LE to work, Water-resistant... ish, No app for Windows Phone
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Overall 9
9.0
Features 9
9.0
Ease of use 10
10
Performance 9
9.0
Looks 8
8.0
Battery performance 10
10

Jawbone Up24 review - With you every step of the way

Mobile Choice UK
30 April 2014
  • Pros: Week-long battery life Very simple to set up and use Sleep monitoring seems accurate Data displayed neatly
  • Cons: Not waterproof No display for time or percentage of goal step goal completed Sleep mode doesn't automatically turn on or off
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