UP 24 by Jawbone – Bluetooth Enabled – Medium – Retail Packaging – Onyx

October 13, 2014 - Comment

UP24 by Jawbone – Medium Wristband – Retail Packaging – Onyx UP is a revolutionary system that guides you every step of the way to a better, healthier you. First, the UP system gets to know you—tracking your activity, diet and sleep. Next, it shows you how to make simple adjustments that, over time, add

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UP24 by Jawbone – Medium Wristband – Retail Packaging – Onyx

UP is a revolutionary system that guides you every step of the way to a better, healthier you.

First, the UP system gets to know you—tracking your activity, diet and sleep. Next, it shows you how to make simple adjustments that, over time, add up to a whole new you. UP24 is always connected via Bluetooth, providing real-time feedback so that you can stay motivated and meet your goals.

Eat better

Studies show that simply tracking what you eat can help you lose weight. And whether you want to shed a few pounds or just eat healthier, tracking food is now even easier. New features include frequent meals, an enhanced calorie counter and an expanded library of restaurant menus. There’s even a Food Score, so you can quickly see how healthy your food choices are. It’s all designed to help you make great choices about what to eat and when.

Gain insight into yourself

The UP Insight Engine discovers hidden connections and patterns in your day-to-day activities. The Insight Engine then delivers personalized, actionable tips based on these connections so that you can achieve your goals.

Sleep soundly

More than any other fitness tracker, the UP system gives you an in-depth picture of your sleep. Sleep graphs let you see the good, the bad and the rapidly improving. Use bedtime reminders, Power Nap and Smart Alarm to get to sleep and wake up at optimal times. UP intelligently analyzes your sleep, diet and exercise, then suggests simple adjustments that lead to more rest and happier days.

Connect to your favorite devices and apps

The UP system has expanded to work with not only fitness, sleep and nutrition apps, but also a broad category of hardware devices. So whether you’re adjusting your Nest Learning Thermostat, biking with Strava, working out with Wello, walking your dog with Whistle or jogging with RunKeeper, UP connects them all.

Move more

The UP system is a like a coach that gets to know you, then guides you to make simple decisions that lead to a more active life. With precise step tracking, workout logging and Insight Reports, UP is way more than a pedometer. Use Idle Alerts to remind you to move through the day and add friends to your team to cheer and be cheered. When it comes to your activity goals, it doesn’t matter where you start–what’s important is where you’re headed.

Rest Assured

Jawbone’s industry-leading Customer Care team provides troubleshooting and technical support, dedicated to resolving any issues you experience. Jawbone will also expedite a replacement if needed, at no cost to you.

Product Features

  • Track your steps, workouts, calories burned, and more
  • Monitor what you eat with food & drink tracking
  • Learn how your day and night affect one another with The Insight Engine
  • Commit to personalized, achievable goals with Today I Will
  • 1 yr warranty – contact Jawbone with any tech support or band replacement needs at no extra cost. Visit https://jawbone.com/support for more information

Comments

RST_ says:

UP24 — the Holistic Wrist gets better! Last November, I reviewed the Jawbone UP, and later compared it to the Fitbit Flex. A year later, Jawbone has now released the UP24. This review will primarily focus on making a choice between UP, UP24 and Fitbit Flex. When I originally reviewed the devices, I thought the main differences would be in the hardware appearance and fit/feel. I was a bit wrong– the biggest functionality difference was in the quality, function and aesthetic value of the software that comes with it. With the UP24 now having bluetooth syncing, the biggest difference for me is now only the software. I’ll let you make your own conclusions.And now a year later, I will refresh my thoughts about the UP & Flex devices, and how the UP24 adds to the mix of options.If you want to read my original in depth review of the UP, you can see it here:http://www.amazon.com/review/RT0KPKVSQD0HI/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm (copy & paste if click isn’t allowed)If you want to read my original in…

Charlie D says:

My favorite fitness band – UP24 vs Fitbit Force First off, I would like to point out that I own both the Jawbone UP24 and the Fitbit Force and will compare a few features in this review, but if you want a full review on the Fitbit Force I will be posting one on the actual product here soon.Hardware:The UP24 features new curved design on the top, has a smaller headphone jack that is only used for charging, and now syncs via Bluetooth. It has two green LED lights indicating day/night mode, a vibrating motor and a physical button for changing modes.There is no clasp, you just twist it on and it fits fairly comfortably if you chose the right size. It is thin and bulky so it tends to get in the way and raise my wrist when I type or use a mouse and can get annoying, I prefer a wider, flatter design.The Fitbit Force has a beautiful OLED Screen that shows you all of your stats without having to pull out your phone. The design is very minimalist, and to me is much more comfortable to wear vs the UP…

Anonymous says:

I was initially given the Up24 as a Christmas Gift. My fiancé saw that I had been searching for weeks trying to decide the right one. She did some research on her own and decided to get me this product. But after a week, I returned it and brought the Nike Fuelband SE. BUT here is my product review.Pros:1. Software: The Jawbone’s software is FAR ahead of Fitbit and Nike Fuelband. It was very comprehensive and easy to understand. The Software integrated with all the popular Fitness tracking apps, i.e. Myfitness Pal. Fitbit does too. Nike Fuelband does NOT! That’s a huge negative for me. I digress. The software automatically synced with Myfitness Pal. What I would offer as a suggestion to Jawbone is to improve the software would allow for the individual to put in Calories manually. It allows it, sort of. But you have to do some playing around. ALL, I REPEAT ALL, Fitness trackers are horrible at recording Weight Training and Static Exercise Machines…

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