LifeTrak Move C300 24-hour Fitness Tracker, Black/Woodland Green

October 31, 2014 - Comment

Track with Precision. Your activity progress is displayed graphically by hour, day, week or workout. LifeTrak makes reaching your goals easy. Move C300 also has the ability to connect and sync to compatible smartphones using Bluetooth ® Smart technology. Connect to some of the most popular health and fitness apps! Product Features Tracks your daily

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Track with Precision. Your activity progress is displayed graphically by hour, day, week or workout. LifeTrak makes reaching your goals easy. Move C300 also has the ability to connect and sync to compatible smartphones using Bluetooth ® Smart technology. Connect to some of the most popular health and fitness apps!

Product Features

  • Tracks your daily steps, calories, distance and heart rate
  • Sync data to some of your favorite health and fitness apps
  • Recognizes the difference between walking, jogging and running strides
  • Waterproof and no charging required
  • View your progress Hourly, Daily, Weekly or by Exercise

Comments

Sheri in Reho says:

I like it and wear it daily, but have a few concerns. I have been wearing the LifeTrak Move C300 as my primary watch for most of a month now. Due to the rubber watchband and highly adjustable closure, it is pretty comfortable, despite the fact that the “head” of the watch is very large/long for my small wrist.I just returned from a 10-day vacation spent mostly outdoors in Lake Tahoe, Yosemite National Park and other outdoors areas in California and Nevada. The C300 allowed me to monitor my activity from day to day. I also wear the…

Jared Castle "Oregon writer" says:

A gadget with more frustrations than functions This should be a treat for myself, a little convenience for me to use when I exercise. Instead, the LifeTrak Move C300 Heart Rate Monitor is yet another lesson in why product launches shouldn’t be rushed. First impressions matter.FRUSTRATIONS* Much of the information displayed is too small to easily read.* Heart rate readings require pushing and holding down a button.* The pedometer reading isn’t accurate; one-third to one-half of the actual steps are not…

Brian D. Newby says:

Limited in Features, Functions Well Years and years ago, I sought a watch that would measure my pulse. I’m a runner and that seemed like an easy objective–the watch would be on my wrist and through some sensory magic, tracking would be easy.I could only find one watch that did this. It must have been golden because it was stolen out of a checked airline bag, and I resorted to a Polar heart rate monitor watch with a strap. That worked fine, but I hated the need for the strap, so I like this little watch because it…

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