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Fitbit Force vs Polar Loop

Top 28 Reasons for the

Fitbit Force

Compared to Polar Loop

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Sizably longer battery life
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6 days
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5 days
1 days longer battery life. With a longer battery life you don’t have to worry about charging the device as often.

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54
Tracks elevation
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Yes
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No
It can detect changes in elevation, such as when you are climbing stairs.

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52
Has an alarm clock
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Yes
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No
It includes an alarm clock which you can set in order to wake you up or to act as a reminder.

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42
Has silent alarm
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Yes
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No
The device can wake you using vibration, so as not to disturb anyone else sleeping in the room.

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37
Is compatible with Android
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Yes
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No
It is compatible with a range of Android devices such as smartphones and tablets.

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34
Tracks calorie intake
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Yes
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No
Using the app, you can input the food you eat to help you manage your nutrition better.

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33
Has exercise tagging
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Yes
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No
After exercising, you can add details of your workout eg. jogging, swimming, cycling. This enables the device to provide more accurate information, such as the number of calories burnt.

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33
Has a stopwatch
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Yes
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No
With a stopwatch you can time yourself.

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32
Automatically syncs
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Yes
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No
The device automatically syncs your data when in range of your computer or smartphone.

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31
Has achievements
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Yes
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No
You are awarded achievements for reaching goals, helping to encourage you and keep you motivated.

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31
Compatible with MyFitnessPal
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Yes
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No
MyFitnessPal is a popular app designed to help you lose weight. With a compatible fitness tracker you can sync data between the two apps.

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26
Compatible with MapMyFitness
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Yes
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No
MapMyFitness is a popular app designed to help you track your fitness activities such as jogging. With a compatible fitness tracker you can sync data between the two services.

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25
Compatible with Lose It
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Yes
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No
Lose It is a popular app designed to help you lose weight. With a compatible fitness tracker you can sync data between the two services.

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Petru Burchel
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Has watch
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Yes
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No
You can see the time.

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Aiden Richardson
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Normal measurement units
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Yes
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No
It uses normal measurement units like steps and calories instead of made-up proprietary ones

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34
Has exercise diary
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Yes
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No
It has an exercise diary, allowing you to easily keep track of your previous workouts.

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29
Has barcode scanner on app
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Yes
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No
The app supports scanning food barcodes using the camera. It checks a food database and adds the item based on its barcode, allowing you to quickly and easily track your calorie intake.

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29
Free application
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Yes
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No
You can download the app for free, from platforms such as Google Play or the App Store.

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29
Uses M7 processor
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Yes
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No
It utilises the M7 co-processor on compatible iOS devices such as the iPhone 5s. This is a small processor dedicated to collecting your steps taken throughout the day without having an impact on battery life.

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29
Has weight tracking
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Yes
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No
You can input your weight data, making it easier to track your progress.

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28
Syncs to the cloud
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Yes
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No
Your data is synced to the cloud, making it easier to access across different devices and making sure it is always backed up in case you lose your device.

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27
Ad-free
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Yes
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No
Adverts can be distracting and obtrusive. Apps and blogs without ads are more aesthetically pleasing, nicer to use, and make the content stand out.

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27
Compatible with smart scales
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Yes
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No
It is compatible with smart scales such as the Fitbit Aria and Withings range. These scales transmit information such as weight and BMI to connected services over WiFi.

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26
Compatible with heart rate monitors
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Yes
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No
It supports third-party heart rate monitors to incorporate your pulse data.

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26
Tracks water intake
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Yes
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No
You can use it to log the water you drink throughout the day. Drinking enough water is essential to your well-being, with the European Food Safety Authority recommending that women drink about 1.6l per day and men drink 2l per day.

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Francisco A Domenech Rodríguez
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More features
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Yes
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No
16 top things that makes it special while runtastic has 7, makes this more unique.

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Top Eight Reasons for the

Polar Loop

Compared to Fitbit Force

34
Has a battery level indicator
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Yes
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No
An indicator shows you when the device has low battery.

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31
Is compatible with Windows Phone
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Yes
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No
It is compatible with a range of Windows Phone devices.

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30
Detects activities
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Yes
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No
The device automatically detects when you start an activity such as jogging, saving you from entering it manually at a later time.

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Can use it to tell the time
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Yes
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No
You can use it like a watch

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Tena Groenendal
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You can swim with the loop
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Yes
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No
You can shower but not swim with the nike

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Chris Zoller
3
Compatible with a heart rate sensor
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Yes
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No
Measures intensity for exercise and more accurate calorie burn

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Hussain Almumin
1
More comfortable to wear
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Yes
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No
Made of flexible material

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Cindy Kelm
1
It is truly 24/7 monitor.
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Yes
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No
I chose this one because it can be worn while swimming!!!!

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Chris Zoller
0
Cost is $30 less
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Yes
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No
It's less expensive

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