Fitbit Force: Personalization

The Force has set a new standard in BMR’s Personalization category, earning more points than any of the increasingly well qualified products available today. As an activity tracker it starts with the basics of height, weight, age, and gender, and then continues to include a thorough food logging capability and more.

PERSONALIZATIONFitbit ForceJawbone UP24Nike+ FuelBand SEPolar Loop
Height1111
Weight1111
Other Measurements (waist? other?)1000
Age1111
Daily Food Logging1100
Calorie Estimates1100
Activity Log1111
Mood Logging01
Web/Mobile App1111
On-device visual feedback re: goals1011
Coaching0000
Reports & Charts1111
Facebook Integration1110
Twitter Integration1110
Path Integration001
Other Integration1100
Enter clinical values from lab test results?1000
TOTAL1412107

Among the features that set Fibit apart is the ability to track your values manually. For instance, you can create a custom tracker for how many cigarettes you smoke each day, or how many pieces of nicotine gum you chew, or how many pomegranates you eat. More seriously, if you’re monitoring a condition that requires regular clinical testing over a period time you can create a tracker and enter these data to monitor your progress. Note that the number of custom trackers you create is limited, so prioritize wisely.

After this tour de force(!), let’s check the results in Customer Support.