UP by Jawbone – Small – Retail Packaging – Light Grey

November 21, 2014 - Comment

UP is a system, wristband + mobile app, that tracks how you sleep, move and eat so you can know yourself better, make smarter choices and feel your best. Know yourself. Live better. TRACK YOUR SLEEP. Small and comfortable to wear all day and night, UP senses your micro-movements while you sleep and uses advanced

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UP is a system, wristband + mobile app, that tracks how you sleep, move and eat so you can know yourself better, make smarter choices and feel your best. Know yourself. Live better. TRACK YOUR SLEEP. Small and comfortable to wear all day and night, UP senses your micro-movements while you sleep and uses advanced algorithms to determine how many hours you slept, how long it took you to fall asleep, time spent in light vs. deep sleep and how many times you woke during the night. TRACK YOUR ACTIVITY. Wearing UP captures a complete picture of your day, so you don’t have to guess how active you are. UP tracks your steps, distance, calories burned and time spent active vs. idle. TRACK YOUR FOOD & DRINK. The UP mobile app lets you log what you eat and drink and get as detailed as you want. Take a photo of your food, scan a barcode, browse the UP image gallery or search the ingredient database. UP also helps you track calories, fats, carbohydrates, protein, sugar, fiber and sodium. GAIN INSIGHT. UP simply and beautifully visualizes your information so, at a glance, you can understand the meaning behind your data. UP also delivers personalized insights and clear, actionable tips to help you achieve your goals. TAKE ACTION. UP helps you set daily goals and tracks your progress over time. It also lets you set helpful alarms and reminders. You can set a Smart Alarm to silently wake you at the ideal moment in your sleep cycle to help you wake up feeling refreshed. You can also set Idle Alerts to remind you to move when you’ve been sitting too long.

Product Features

  • UP is compatible with the Amazon Fire phone and many devices running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or later
  • and iOS 6.0 or later.
  • Designed to be worn 24/7; up to 10 days of battery life
  • Track your sleep: total hours
  • light versus deep
  • Log what you eat / drink & track nutritional info
  • Track your activity: steps
  • calories burned
  • distance
  • length of time to fall asleep
  • time spent active versus idle

Comments

RST_ says:

A comparison to Fitbit One — The Holistic Wrist UPDATE: If you’d like to see my review of the UP24, you can see it here. Copy & paste required if it is not clickable link: http://www.amazon.com/review/R2ZEG4YLT0HZ9Y/ref=cm_cr_rdp_permUPDATE: Several people were asking what I thought about Fitbit Flex. I got one and compared it to the Jawbone UP here: http://www.amazon.com/review/R1CVXEEYIAIR0W/ref=cm_cr_rdp_permA couple weeks ago I received my Fitbit One Wireless Activity Plus Sleep Tracker, Black after a few months…

J. Russell says:

Up – What it is, How it works & Why use it… So you buy the wristband and get the Up app on your iPhone. When you first connect the Up wristband to your iPhone it will give you a brief rundown on how it works and setup an account for you. After that it starts collecting your data.Here is how it works… You wear the band 24/7. During the day it records when you are doing nothing, doing a little, and when you are doing a lot of activity. I tested the distance calibration with a GPS and it is actually fairly accurate; so it…

Anonymous says:

What a cool premise! Everything the Up was supposed to do appealed to me.I got my first one a bit over 2 months ago. It was awesome. Until it stopped working. Well electronics aren’t foolproof. So I informed them of my experience and they said they’d send a replacement. While I was waiting for it to arrive I mentioned that I expected the 60 day return policy would reset with my new band, but I was told it did not. I thought that was odd. I would expect to get two months of…

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