Misfit Wearables Link Activity Tracker & Smart Button (Red)

June 23, 2017 - Comment

Misfit Link allows you to easily control the world around you. Take a selfie, control your music, advance thru presentation slides, turn lights on and off. Misfit Link connects with Spotify, Nest, Logitech Harmony, Yo and many more to create the simplest platform in connected living. Misfit Link also functions as a fitness tracker that

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Misfit Link allows you to easily control the world around you. Take a selfie, control your music, advance thru presentation slides, turn lights on and off. Misfit Link connects with Spotify, Nest, Logitech Harmony, Yo and many more to create the simplest platform in connected living. Misfit Link also functions as a fitness tracker that measures your activity and sleep, syncs with your smartphone, and comes in a variety of colors. Press Misfit Link to see a halo of lights that shows your progress toward your daily activity goal and tells time. Flash Link never requires charging and is made of rugged, yet ultra-comfortable soft touch materials.

Product Features

  • Smart button enabled to control connected household devices
  • Splashproof disc with red LED progress and time display
  • Wirelessly syncs with paired smartphone to upload data
  • Automatically tracks steps, distance, calories, and light and heavy sleep
  • Non-charging, replaceable battery lasts up to 6 months

Comments

surfbum says:

This was a perfectly suited and thoughtful Christmas present gone horribly wrong. Re Photos attached Why would a brand … 1st Flash lasted only 2 days then died suddenly and permanently. Battery and insides were severely rusty and corroded. This was a perfectly suited and thoughtful Christmas present gone horribly wrong. Re Photos attached Why would a brand new, current model electronic device look like this?1st replacement Flash completely stopped working also after 2 weeks of intermittently stopping and saying the battery was flat. Even with a brand new battery. Support said this was a ‘known issue’…

Richard says:

Cheap ≠ Bad Got the misfit flash after experiencing battery issues with my 6 month old fitbit flex and haven’t looked back.Pros:- No charging, i understand the newer fitbit devices only need charging maybe once a week, but the misfit removes that worry completely.- Seems pretty accurate to me, i did the same step and sleep tests with the fitbit and both seemed around the same.- Tells the time, which is actually more helpful than you might think.- Much prefer the point…

Viv says:

Simple and small, easy app, but not for sleep tracking I’ve had this little guy for a little over a month. I wanted a tracker that clips, since I wear a watch.The good: It’s small and tracks your aerobic activity. Easy to clip onto your belt loop. The app is super simple to use, and the graphics are wonderful. I like that it uses points instead of steps. If you’re someone who doesn’t own a watch, the time is surprisingly easy to read on here. The camera function and ‘find your phone’ are cool, if not simply novel.The…

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