This was my 5th Fitbit & I have never had one that tracked so close to a Garmin. SMILE.
Wow. I was amazed and impressed.
This morning I did this SHORT GPS comparison. Today was my ‘day-off’. In terms of exercise I have been on a 3-days ON, 1-day OFF routine for ever. It works for I. I get 6-days of exercise a week with 1-day off. I am cool with that. On my day off I do not do my 4+ walk (in the morning) or my 23-minutes on my exercise bike. Hence, this short walk.
The GPS map track is GOOD. Distance is about the same as that on the Garmin. The time difference is explainable. I can’t turn them both on/off at the same time.
I just checked the step counts for the day. 110-step difference between the two at 7,800 steps. That is good. Very good.
I am impressed. Best Fitbit, in terms of accuracy, yet.
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This is the problem.
MANDATORY field. You have to click one or the other, and after that it will NOT accept ‘0’.
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This is so frigging patheetic — even by D.C. standards.
This is what happens when you have software written by crackheads — and from what I can see, most of today’s programmers are ON DRUGS!
This should be a 5-minute fix and 4 of those would be for TESTING. I know. I was a high-flying programmer for 20-years, and was HIRED as a programmer by IBM in 1973 (when they had very high-standards (and after they made me take 3 IQ tests).
C/2020 F8 (SWAN) definitely has promise & potential. But, you saw what happened to C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS). So, let’s give this one another couple of weeks before we get too excited. Yes, I will, of course, monitor progress and keep you posted. Promise. We will definitely know by end of April.