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Fitbit Ultra coming to shift the Christmas pud

Pocket-Lint: If you stuff yourself silly this Christmas, drink too much booze or lay around watching too many Only Fools and Horses repeats, don't worry - the Fitbit Ultra is going on sale in the UK from Boxing Day, so you'll be able to get right back into shape.

That's the plan, at least - as the US company brings its popular actvity tracker to British shores for the first time. In the US Fitbit has sold thousands of trackers since its launch in 2010, growng its business over 300 per cent in 2011.

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Fitbit Ultra Wireless Activity Plus Sleep Tracker Review - Angadgets.com

Angadgets.com| Sleep is a very important activity that is required for the human body and any lack of sleep will affect the health of the body adversely. A lot has been written about the benefits of normal sleep and the ill-effects of oversleeping. In order to gauge your sleep patterns, there is the FitBit Ultra Wireless Activity Plus Sleep Tracker which enables us to track our sleep patterns and also our activity patterns.

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Hottest Tech Ideas For The Woman In Your Life This Holiday

Techologie- The holiday season is finally here and that means that “holiday pocket” is fast appraoching. For those that dont know, “holiday pocket” is a term we like to use at Techologie that describes the effect that happens when overspending is done during the holidays. While we understand that finding the “perfect” gift for that speacial someone in your life can be a challenge, we have carefully crafted a list of gifts that we feel are sure shot winners for that special woman in your life.

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Engadget - Fitbit Ultra review

Engadget - Oh, hey, Fitbit. Nice to see you again. Although we thought the original fitness tracker did too little for a $100 gadget, enough people apparently begged to differ, as the the outfit just trotted out a second-gen model, dubbed the Fitbit Ultra. Like its predecessor, this little guy analyzes eating, exercise and sleep patterns (largely with the help of an accompanying website).

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