Fitbit Zip Wireless Activity Tracker, Charcoal

January 26, 2020 - Comment

Turn your everyday life into a fun path to fitness. Much more than a pedometer, zip tracks your steps, distance, and calories burned then automatically syncs the data to your Fitbit account. Whether online or through the Fitbit application, you can set goals and stay motivated to keep on your path to fitness with graphs,

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(as of April 17, 2020 5:51 am GMT-0600 - Details)

Turn your everyday life into a fun path to fitness. Much more than a pedometer, zip tracks your steps, distance, and calories burned then automatically syncs the data to your Fitbit account. Whether online or through the Fitbit application, you can set goals and stay motivated to keep on your path to fitness with graphs, badges, and friendly competitions. Check to see how you compare with friends and family even provide a message to egg them on. Your stats wirelessly upload via computer or select mobile devices (like the iPhone 4S), so you will know in real time when you are close to a goal and when you’ve reached one.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I reset my tracker?

lf your tracker is not responding, it may be fixed by restarting.

Open the battery door using the battery door tool and remove the battery. Wait 10 seconds. Place the battery back into the tracker with the “+” side facing up, and close the door. Your Zip will now be reset. You will see your tracker’s version number, followed by a series of Fitbit Smilies. When you tap your tracker, you should be able to navigate through the screens as you normally would.

How do I reinstall the battery?

Your Zip’s display is powered by a 3V coin battery, CR 2025. If your Zip won’t turn on, it may be due to a drained or misaligned battery.

To reinstall the battery in your Zip: Insert the battery door tool into the rear door slot of your Zip and turn it counter-clockwise to unlock the battery door. Remove the door and battery. Reinsert your battery with the positive (+) end facing up, and replace the battery door. Insert the battery tool and turn clockwise to lock the battery door. The door should be flush with the rear of the tracker.

Product Features

  • Tracks steps, distance and calories burned
  • Syncs automatically to your computer or select bluetooth 4.0 smartphones or tablets
  • Set goals, view progress and earn badges; Battery type: 3 volt coin battery
  • Share and compete with friends throughout the day
  • Free iphone and android application
  • Sync stats wirelessly and automatically to your computer and over 150 leading smartphones

Comments

Anonymous says:

Goodnight, Sweet Prince Amazon shows me that I bought my Zip on Nov. 14, 2014. We were faithfully attached for almost four years exactly before, last week, I accidentally ran him through the washer and dryer. I’ve been despondent ever since. He was possessed of neither bells nor whistles. He tracked steps and calories burned and not much else. He wasn’t fancy; I always kept a store of CR-2025 batteries for when he grew weak. And yet he far outlasted my family members’ much more expensive Fitbit One and Charge 2. He…

Anonymous says:

Love my Zip Love this little guy. Nice and small. I personally just carry it in my pocket. Seems to be pretty accurate in the amount of steps. Works well with the fit bit app where you can keep track of your steps, distance, food intake, weight and more. Hold competitions with other friends that have a Fitbit as well. Great motivation to get your steps in, Fun little unit and I love the size. It does not do some of the things that the watches or other bigger units do such as stair count, But honestly…

Anonymous says:

Bring back the fitbit one! I had a fitbit one for years. Loved it. But sadly it died. (Owners fault. I washed it). I got the Zip and was a little sad by the shape. My fitbit one I tucked in my bra. This does not do that as well. But I could overlook that. The zip was fine, for about two weeks. Then the battery died. Just a fluke I assumed. I replaced the battery. Three weeks later the battery died. Replaced again. This new one lasted two weeks. *sigh*I called the fitbit people and they were nice. I…

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