Fitbit has just announced its new fitness trackers in the Fitbit One and Fitbit Zip. Following up its popular Fitbit Ultra tracker, the Fitbit One takes its place at the top of the lineup, and brings some welcome changes. A new silent vibrating alarm is added to wake you in the morning as well as remind you when to move, and Bluetooth 4.0 connects to your iPhone to save your data automatically. It's also got a smaller profile and splash-resistant, while also continuing to do its main job of counting steps, calories burned, stairs climbed, sleep quality, etc. The Fitbit One ships in October and will cost $100.
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Have you ever seen the commercial where a mom loses her kid until she finds him on his tracker, thanks to super batteries? Maybe she had a Spark Nano GPS Tracker. The small, lightweight device needs no antenna or external connection, so you can place it in your child’s lunch box or backpack without any stranger being the wiser. Lightning GPS will let you know when a preset area is left. The Nano also includes a panic button in case the child gets scared and wants mom/dad. A $49.95/month subscription fee is charged as well as a one time $69.95 activation fee, a bit high, but worth the expense of your child not becoming an Amber Alert victim.
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