When you think of the Fitbit, you probably think of their fitness trackers.
They’re a simple device that tracks your steps and calories burned, and they come in a number of sizes.
But there are plenty of other wearable bands out there, too.
Here are some of our favourites.
Fitbit Band Fitbit ChargeBand Apple Watch Apple Watch 2 Apple Watch 3 Fitbit Blaze Fitbit Flex Fitbit Surge Fitbit Health Fitbit Pebble Apple Watch Amazon Echo Fitbit XFit Band The Fitbit band is one of the best-selling wearable bands around, and it’s probably one of your first choices if you’re looking for a good-looking wearable band.
It’s a good fitbit band, too, as it features a small strap with a rubber band on top.
It has two main features: it tracks your step counts, and your activity levels.
There are four levels: activity level, activity tracker, activity, and heart rate.
The Fitbits activity trackers can track your steps, steps per minute, heart rate, distance travelled, and calories.
The bands heart rate monitors are great for tracking your heart rate while you’re walking.
The ChargeBand is the second-best-selling band, with around 30,000 sold, and the Flex is the third-best.
Fitbits Fitbit bands come in four sizes: 2x, 3x, 4x, and 5x.
The Flex band has the biggest size of the three, with a 1x size, while the 2x band has a smaller 1x and 3x sizes.
FitBit bands have a number more options than other bands.
There’s a Fitbit Connect app, which lets you access your Fitbit data, along with your FitBit activity tracker and activity level.
You can also change bands, and customize the colors.
You have to download the app, and then you can change the bands colors and the Fitbits heart rate monitor.
The band also has a light bar on the back, and a power button on the left side of the band.
The Apple Watch has a different light bar and a smaller power button, and you can use that to control the bands heart monitor.
When you wear the Apple Watch, you can connect to your Fitbits fitness tracker, and have the bands activity tracker synced with your activity level for you.
The Blaze and Surge bands come with heart rate and steps sensors on the front and back, respectively.
The Health band is also a band with heart rates and steps, and also syncs with the Apple Health app.
It also has an app for accessing your Fitbills activity tracker.
The Pebble Band uses the same heart rate sensors as the Apple watch, and is also compatible with the Fitbilling app.
You also have the option to set the bands weight, which changes the color of the bands.
It uses the Apple Watches accelerometer and gyroscope sensors to track steps and heart rates.
The XFitBand is a small band, and comes in three sizes: 3x for the large band, 2x for medium band, 1x for small band.
You only get to choose between a band size of 2x and 2x.
FitBands Fitbit Fitbit Fitness band, 4.2.1 Fitbit Watch Fitbit Powerband Fitbit Sportband Fitbilled Fitbit Charged Fitbit Active band Fitbit Apple Watch The Fitband has a strap that comes with two rubber bands.
Each band has an elastic band, so the bands straps have an extra layer of padding around the band, which is nice if you’ve got a tight fit.
The straps are nice to have for people with tight fit, as they can fit around your wrist.
The powerband is the most popular band in the FitBand range, with an estimated 5.5 million sold.
It can sync with the iPhone and iPad, and syncs to Fitbits Activity tracker.
You will need to buy the Apple Fitband app and the iPhone app separately.
The fitness band has some extra features.
You’ll be able to see the time, the calories burned and steps you’ve taken, and how many steps you have left.
You won’t be able get your heartrate or steps from the wrist, so it’s better to use the wrist instead.
It does not have the ability to track sleep and wake times, but the AppleWatch will.
The Powerband comes with a power charging case, and that can help recharge the bands batteries.
The Activity band has more options for how you can set it up, as you can choose from the Apple App or the FitBit app.
The Band features three modes, including Activity, Sleep, and Wake, and each of these can be set to one of four different settings.
The Sleep mode is used when you’re not using your FitBid band.
This is similar to what’s used on the Apple iPad and iPhone, so you can take it out when you sleep, or