The Fit Bit Ultra/120 Days Not Smoking

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Well I am about to buy me a present for doing such a great job and hit my 120 days today emoticon emoticon emoticon
If I seem excited I am emoticon living with a smoker is a hard job emoticon so I am about to buy me something emoticon
I have been talking with a emoticon about the Fit Bit and would like any other feed back I can get on this.
I want the one that does everything and the sleep. I have looked in the SP store, Amazon and want to know your opinions.
Plus any tips or suggestions from anyone that has one I would so appreciated it before I make my purchase.
I emoticon think there is an advantage if I purchase through SP.
My time is so limited and I think this would help me save a lot of time I spend tracking everything. emoticon love my award for emoticon

Hope all my sweet emoticon 's are enjoying the season, the crispness in the air and working hard to meet our goals. Just remember to pamper yourself too emoticon

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  • no profile photo CD12779754
    WOO-HOO! 120 days not smoking is AWESOME! So happy for u! emoticon
    3152 days ago
    Congratulations! That is so awesome!
    3153 days ago
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    You deserve to treat yourself! I am also looking into the fitbit. However, it doesn't look to me the spark version does all we both seem to be looking for. I would definitely like the sleep counter. I would be interested in learning what you find.
    3154 days ago
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    You are doing so great. Keep up the good work.
    I don't have any opinion on the Fitbit. Let us know what you decide to get.
    3154 days ago
    Congratulations. That is wonderful. I know how hard it was for my husband when he quit smoking. Enjoy your Fitbit. emoticon
    3154 days ago
  • KALI511
    Great work!!!

    You were smart to get the fitbit ONE which is sweat & water resistant. The ultra can die mid-workout due to sweat. Despite that, I absolutely love my fitbit and can't wait for the one to show up on my doorstep.
    3154 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/22/2012 1:32:52 PM
    I'm on 3 1/2 years no-smoking now .... DH has gone since June 12, 2012 -- sure is nicer without him smoking ..... I celebrated my 3 year anniversary by doing my first 5K .. I quit on MY day which was St. Patrick's Day .... did it for ME and so glad I did .... Roc

    PS don't forget to get your extra Spark Points when you set up your Fitbit with Spark People ....

    3154 days ago
    Congratulations!! When I quit smoking in 2007 my husband was still smoking in our house. It was VERY difficult, probably the hardest thing I've ever done so I can toatlly empathize with you. I would definitely celebrate each milestone and not look back. I'm not familiar with the Fitbit so can't offer any suggestions on that but I hope you enjoy.
    3154 days ago
    I have a fitbit and LOVE IT! Got mine from ebay before SP linked up with them. Have linked it here and on fb. I am so glad I bought it. Small and easy to use. Good luck!
    3155 days ago
  • MYAN1959
    emoticon so much everybody for taking time out of your day and stopping by, you are all emoticon well I ordered the Fit Bit One did a pre-order they say it will not be shipped till the first week of November. emoticon I can't wait and November really is not that far away. The Ultra was nice but with the One its blue tooth and has a USB doggles so more convenient for me than having the base.
    So I will wait emoticon It's tough when you want something right now, but I have my pedometer until then. I will write a blog after I have had it for a week and figured it all out. So exciting emoticon emoticon Hope all my emoticon s has a Fabulous week ahead. emoticon
    3155 days ago
    I am so very proud of deserve a reward!
    3155 days ago
    Congrats AGAIN! This is a wonderful accomplishment & treating yourself is a great way to celebrate your freedom! My 1st gift to myself was a Kindle. Love it!

    Can't help you with the FitBit - don't have one but I've heard that some wouldn't be without the FitBit. I use the Omron pedometer to make sure I move all day long. It does keep track of cardio minutes for me (it starts tracking after you've been moving for a minimum of 10 minutes without rest). However, if you're a runner, it doesn't keep track of the mileage accurately unless you always go in to the set up to change the stride length. The best thing is I can download the information to a program on my desktop.
    3155 days ago
  • MICHELE142
    emoticon on your 120 days, excellent job with another smoker around. That in its self is a bit harder to make that quit. emoticon Been checking into the FitBit myself, if you find out anything give a shout.

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    3155 days ago
    Congratulation on being Smoke free for each & every one of your 120 days...
    VERY Proud of your accomplishments & lifestyle changes.
    Keep up the good work & know your Spark Friends are here to encourage you further in your Journey.
    3155 days ago
  • no profile photo CD12282919
    emoticon on quitting smoking. I am struggling with that habit right now. I am down to less than a pack a day, but haven't made it yet to completely cold turkey.

    I have a fitbit Ultra, that I bought in June 2012 and at that time they only had 2 choices. I bought the Ultra (99.00) to track my sleep. I really wanted to know if I was sleeping or not, between the hot flashes and night sweats, I felt like I wasn't sleeping at all. I have read that Amazon is offering the Ultra for less than 99.00. My question is: is Fitbit replacing the Ultra with the One? You might call customer service and ask that question.
    I love my fitbit and wear it on my waistband everyday and have not had any issues with it coming off.
    You also need to check out and join the Fitbit Users Unite team on SP. It has a lot of information. Then you can join the SP Fitbit challenge starting in November.
    3155 days ago
    Congratulatons on your 120 days of not smoking. This is the hardest thing I ever did was to 'quit smoking' and that was in 2001. But, I did it and so will you. Now I look at people lighting us and gag! Still the urge is there after all these years - but with the cost and the health issues it causes, I will never go back. Way to go!!! LI sends you a wave...
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    3155 days ago
  • KITT52
    people do seem to like it.....but I'm looking for something that will register my bike riding.....I use a OMRON pedometer and have for over 5 tells me steps, aerobic steps and minutes, calories burned and how far I have gone, it also hooks up to my computer and gives grafts and things that help show progress... its worked for me....
    3155 days ago
  • SUZI219
    emoticon on your success in giving up smoking!!! I know it isn't easy, I quit over 10 years ago. It is a great feeling, being an ex smoker, isn't it? I can't give any advise on the Fitbit, as I don't have one..... Yet emoticon but, I did want to congratulate you on a job emoticon emoticon
    3155 days ago
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