Recently I posted about “How to Keep Your FitBit On”. I never dreamed the post would do so well (I guess I wasn’t the only one with this problem). While the hack I found on reddit worked, it wasn’t so pretty (see my post here). Via my friend Google, I had found Bitbelt and ordered a set of two (they included another one for free). After this post ran, the fine folks at Bitbelt reached out to me and asked if I would team up with them. I happily accepted.
But the first thing you need to know is how a Bitbelt works.
It’s a little piece of silicone that slips onto your Fitbit and holds it securely. The owner, Trey, started his company to fix a problem – which is keeping expensive activity trackers like Fitbit on your wrist! Since I’ve had my Fibit Charge, I’ve almost lost it almost a dozen times. Bitbelt was the answer to my prayers.
Who should use a Bitbelt? If you have any kind of Fitbit (that goes on your wrist), the Jawbone Up, Garmin Vivo, Samsung Gear Fit, iHealth, Soleus, Disney Magic Band, & more. If you need to start by buying an activity tracker or Fitbit, we recommend buying via Amazon.