Win a Fitbit One Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker

Posted on Dec 5 2012 - 10:07pm by Richard Sharp

You may have read that i’m currently on a bit of a fitness drive and have enlisted a variety of useful gizmos to make it just a little easier. This week I started using the Fitbit One, a wireless activity and sleep tracker to automatically log your steps, stairs climbed, calories burnt and even your sleep patterns! Although this is super exciting for me, it’s not that great for you – or is it?

Win a Fitbit One worth £79.99

Fitbit has honed their ‘One’ over the past few years after huge success with their earlier devices. This one works with you smartphone, PC or Mac to track your daily (and nigh time) activities or you can login to the Fitbit website to get a detailed overview of how your day to day fitness is progressing. The neat thing is you can even view the days steps, calories burned, stairs climbed and distance travelled right on the tiny Fitbit yourself. We have one to give away and it’ll be with the winner in January, just in time to help with the most common New Years resolution of keeping fit!

How to enter

There are three ways to enter, you can answer the question once but go as crazy as you like when sharing on the social sites. 1. Answer this simple question [competition_15] Get the answer here 2. Like us, this post and this photo on Facebook for one more entry 3. Follow us on Twitter and retweet this post or photo. That’s it, do any of these three things and you’ll be entered into the draw which takes place on the 8th January 2013.

Terms and Conditions

Opening Date: 5th December 2012 Closing Date: 23:59 7th January 2013 We will draw the winner at random from the correct entries, Facebook likes and Twitter links and inform them using their registered email address (plus Twitter and Facebook if entered on there). Delivery will be within 28 days of us receiving the winners address The prize as described will be supplied by us, on behalf of Fitbit, and no cash alternative will be offered One entry per person and you must be a UK resident.

Update 8th January 2013: WINNER – Linda Louise Black

3 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. UnitConverter December 8, 2012 at 1:43 am - Reply

    I strongly recommend the Fitbit Ultra, but realize the sleep monitor feature really only monitors inactivity in bed as sleep. Hence, if you don't move around alot it will conclude that you are asleep. I know I don't fall asleep within 10 minutes (wish I could) but I don't move around alot so it shows that I'm asleep in the log. Realize that it doesn't really determine REM, etc.

  2. Karl Foxley December 27, 2012 at 11:30 pm - Reply

    5 to 7 days

  3. Lemon January 6, 2013 at 10:52 pm - Reply

    Followed all the steps 🙂 @lemonfancy

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