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A warm welcome to the Community @chrisschri. Currently, we don't have a Fitbit.com store for Taiwan. However, you can check the list of authorized retailers in Taiwan where you can buy your Fitbit tracker.
I want to inform you that currently this specific device is under recall. For more information about our voluntary Safety Recall of Fitbit Ionic Smartwatches, please visit our webpage at help.fitbit.com/ionic I am going to close this thread to keep the Community organized.
thanks for your reply. yes lazada is the authorised seller however they are selling imitation straps which are itching my skin. I want to purchase the original fitbit strap but I am unable to. when I try fitbit website they direct me to lazada. lazada has the watches only. the straps are not from fitbit.
The Fitbit Sense is a super advanced watch that can track your stress levels by measuring the conductivity of your skin (basically, changes in conductivity are a sign of adrenal activity, which means stress). This data syncs with the Fitbit app, where you can also record your mood and any factors that might have influenced how you feel so you can look for patterns.
At rest, or when not doing a tough workout, my heart rate seems to track pretty well, but once I start something at higher intensity, I found the Fitbit Versa 4 to have a bit of lag. It would often take a minute, or longer, to catch up, and sometimes never quite be able to adjust to where my heart rate was.
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I learned this lesson the hard way. After wearing the Inspire 2 during a sweaty treadmill session and a post-workout shower, I let it dry naturally and about three hours later noticed a small rash on my wrist beneath where the tracker sat. It's kind of my own fault that this happened since I failed to follow Fitbit's instructions to remove the tracker before my shower, or at least dry it off after I got out. But it's still somewhat surprising given that I've tested many different smartwatches and fitness trackers and none of them have given me a rash. While testing the Charge 4, I wore it in the shower several times without incident.
The same with Fitbit... Now google will know every place I Run, Jog and walk.... not just where I park but exactly where i go.... is it not enough for them to know i went to the hospital but now they will know which floor (elevation), which wing (precise location data).... they will get into mapping hospitals and other areas.... they will know exactly where we are and what we are doing....
Special family account features mean kids (and parents) can track their basic activity stats through secure Kid View and Parent Views; where they can see their progress, compete in challenges, and earn badges.
So that leaves... patents A desperate grab at acquiring any wearable user base at all Like Google's earlier Fossil technology acquisition, it's not clear how any of this will help Google in the wearables market, where it faces core supply chain issues that block it from even attempting to compete in the smartwatch market. 59ce067264