Single-color LEDs let you know what the tracker is currently monitoring or if it has a notification
Strap: medical-grade hypoallergenic TPU rubber
Casing: anodized aluminum with less than 0.5% nickel
38mAh rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery
Up to 10 days of battery life
Charging time of approximately 60 minutes
USB charging cable included
Product dimensions: 220mm x 11.5mm x 3.0-8.5mm
One size fits most, wrist sizes ranging from 140mm to 190mm
As one of the brands at the forefront of wearable technology, it’s fitting that Jawbone is named after a body part. The company wants its customers to think of their technology as a part of their everyday physical world, to be worn comfortably as a natural and integral extension of the body. In 2007, their first product, a Bluetooth headset, was named one of the top 100 products of the year by PC World magazine and listed on the “Best of What’s New” list by Popular Science. From sound technology, they expanded to fitness tracking and found similar success: the Jawbone UP wristband followed in the footsteps of its older siblings with another “Best of What’s New” listing along with several design awards. Because Jawbone is dedicated to the latest research and data, the company’s music and fitness products continue to be updated year by year—and continue to be given praise by PC Magazine, Travel + Leisure, and Fast Company and awards from design powerhouses, including Spark, Red Dot, IDSA, and CES Innovations.
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Due to Groupon not being a certified dealer when the product did not work there was no way for Jawbone to help me in getting the device to work. Now one year later I come to learn when I purchased this item Jawbone was in the process of liquidating all of their funds meaning they never would have helped anyway/.
I like this version of the Up tracker but the band breaks quickly and you can't get your money back. I've had two UP2 bands break in the last six months. They basically have become expensive disposable products.