Jawbone UP MOVE

8.1/10 AVG.
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  • Jawbone UP MOVE
  • Jawbone UP MOVE
  • Jawbone UP MOVE
  • Jawbone UP MOVE
  • Jawbone UP MOVE
  • Jawbone UP MOVE
  • Jawbone UP MOVE

The little Jawbone Up Move is an affordable entry to a great fitness app, though its design leaves something to be desired.

- Scott Stein , Cnet 

Specs / Features


Guides you to get fit, lose weight and have fun doing it. Choose your color, clip it on and get moving | Tracks steps, exercise, overall calories burned, hours slept and quality of sleep. For best results, wear your UP MOVE on your wrist at night while you sleep | Track your food, drink, calories, nutrients and use the UP App Food Score to quickly know if you are eating right | Connects you with friends and family so you can reach your goals together or see how you measure up on the team leaderboards | Compatible with iOS and Android; Requires installation of free Jawbone UP smartphone app More

Guides you to get fit, lose weight and have fun doing it. Choose your color, clip it on and get moving | Tracks steps, exercise, overall calories burned, hours slept and quality of sleep. For best results, wear your UP MOVE on your wrist at night while you sleep | Track your food, drink, calories, nutrients and use the UP App Food Score to quickly know if you are eating right | Connects you with friends and family so you can reach your goals together or see how you measure up on the team leaderboards | Compatible with iOS and Android; Requires installation of free Jawbone UP smartphone app

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Specification

Specification
Brand Jawbone
Model JL06-03B03-US
Size 2 x 2 cm (0.8 x 0.8 in)

Reviews (8.1/10 Avg. rating)


Simple yet capable

from Gizmag

The UP Move is a great device for someone looking to start tracking their activity and sleep information, but who doesn't want to spend a fortune on features like heart rate tracking and smart notifications they might not need. If you're wanting to track fitness and workouts rather than activity,... More

The UP Move is a great device for someone looking to start tracking their activity and sleep information, but who doesn't want to spend a fortune on features like heart rate tracking and smart notifications they might not need. If you're wanting to track fitness and workouts rather than activity, you'll probably be better served by devices like the Fitbit Charge HR or Garmin Vivosmart.

That said, to dismiss the Jawbone UP Move as merely a budget fitness tracker would be to do it a disservice. While the hardware may not boast the high-end specs of the Jawbone UP3, the software running behind the scenes means it can still pack a punch. However features stripped out of the Jawbone UP24 like vibrations for alarms and an Idle Alert are missed.

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The best entry-level fitness tracker yet

from Cult of Mac

Tthe UP Move is definitely a welcome addition to the fitness wearable ecosystem. It’s cheap and lightweight. And while it doesn’t offer some of the advanced sensors of its more expensive siblings (sleep, for example, is divided into just “light” and “deep”... More

Tthe UP Move is definitely a welcome addition to the fitness wearable ecosystem. It’s cheap and lightweight. And while it doesn’t offer some of the advanced sensors of its more expensive siblings (sleep, for example, is divided into just “light” and “deep”), it’s still the best entry-level device I’ve come across.

If you’re on the fence about wearables, have a limited budget or don’t want any functionality beyond fitness tracking, I’d heartily give it my recommendation. 

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Perfect entry into the fitness tracker market

from TechRadar

This is almost the perfect stocking filler. Not too expensive, but with a real practical function and solid features, the UP Move seems to find a good balance between affordability and performance.

While the hardcore fitness fanatics are always going to be better served by an UP24 or e... More

This is almost the perfect stocking filler. Not too expensive, but with a real practical function and solid features, the UP Move seems to find a good balance between affordability and performance.

While the hardcore fitness fanatics are always going to be better served by an UP24 or even the upcoming UP3, for anyone looking to test the waters in the fitness tracking space, this is an almost perfect device.

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A great entry-level fitness tracker, with an app that's easy to use

from PC Magazine

The Jawbone UP Move is a very good activity tracker for entry-level users, with helpful indicator lights and an app that's easy to use. My main quandary is that I don't like to be seen wearing it because it looks cheap and childish.

The Jawbone UP Move is a very good activity tracker for entry-level users, with helpful indicator lights and an app that's easy to use. My main quandary is that I don't like to be seen wearing it because it looks cheap and childish.

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Discrete, yet modern design with bold and organized app

from Tom's Guide

Jawbone has made an inexpensive tracker than stands up well against the likes of the Misfit Flash and the Fitbug Orb, providing accurate step, calorie and sleep tracking. The Up Move is also perfectly integrated into Jawbone's strong family of fitness trackers in terms of hardware and software de... More

Jawbone has made an inexpensive tracker than stands up well against the likes of the Misfit Flash and the Fitbug Orb, providing accurate step, calorie and sleep tracking. The Up Move is also perfectly integrated into Jawbone's strong family of fitness trackers in terms of hardware and software design.

It's easy enough to make a $50 gadget, but what really sets the Up Move apart from other inexpensive trackers is Smart Coach. Its tips and tidbits of advice may seem small, but they can provide the push you need to change your habits and start living healthier. Smart Coach is the feature that changes the Up Move from an amped-up pedometer to a useful healthy-living partner.

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Offers a tonne of fitness goodness for a low price

from Wareable

The Jawbone UP Move is a superb budget fitness tracker that not only beats its competition on price but also on the depth of its data. While its childish design might cause people to look at its competitors the top tracking details, powerful app and open ecosystem make it a superb fitness band.More

The Jawbone UP Move is a superb budget fitness tracker that not only beats its competition on price but also on the depth of its data. While its childish design might cause people to look at its competitors the top tracking details, powerful app and open ecosystem make it a superb fitness band.

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The best budget activity tracker you can buy

from PC Advisor

For under £40, the Move is superb value. Although it doesn't track certain activities or height climbed, its great sleep tracking makes up for that. Soon you'll be able to buy the Up3 which will have considerably better sleep tracking but at this price, the Move is the best-value activity t... More

For under £40, the Move is superb value. Although it doesn't track certain activities or height climbed, its great sleep tracking makes up for that. Soon you'll be able to buy the Up3 which will have considerably better sleep tracking but at this price, the Move is the best-value activity tracker around.

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Good features for less cash

from Gizmodo

I genuinely like the $69 UP Move more than the UP24 from which I’ve based my previous experience on. It seems like it’ll withstand more punishment, it’s very nearly as versatile — it certainly tracks just as much — and it’s so much cheaper. Fitness trackers may... More

I genuinely like the $69 UP Move more than the UP24 from which I’ve based my previous experience on. It seems like it’ll withstand more punishment, it’s very nearly as versatile — it certainly tracks just as much — and it’s so much cheaper. Fitness trackers may still be a novelty, but they’re also a commodity — and that means price is very important. Cheaper is always better. The extra adjustability that the optional wristband pack and the clippable pendant offer mean that you don’t necessarily have to wear the UP Move on your wrist or at all, really, since the puck will hide away happily in your pocket.

When the biggest problem that the UP Move has is the fact that it’s just a little bit thick — 9.75 whole millimetres, guys — then you know it’s a pretty impressive little tracker. Of course, you don’t get the haptic feedback of the UP or UP24 or the heart rate monitor of the UP3, but those are value-add options and, for my particular use case, largely superfluous. Your mileage may vary, but the UP Move handles the basic aspects of fitness and sleep tracking admirably, and for the vast majority of users, those are the only aspects they need. 

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A $50 ticket to a great fitness app

from Cnet

For $50, you get what you pay for. But keep in mind that there are plenty of cheap and functional fitness trackers out there: the Fitbit Zip is a cheap $60, £50, AU$74 Fitbit tracker with its own display. The Move is a similar type of product. Heck, you might be able to get a cheap and roug... More

For $50, you get what you pay for. But keep in mind that there are plenty of cheap and functional fitness trackers out there: the Fitbit Zip is a cheap $60, £50, AU$74 Fitbit tracker with its own display. The Move is a similar type of product. Heck, you might be able to get a cheap and roughly equivalent tracker for free, from your health insurance company. Get the Move because it works with the Up app, great software worth using. Consider this your entry fee. But if you're looking for the best-made $50 tracker, I'd lean toward the Misfit Flash instead for its water resistance.

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Amazon.com Reviews Summary

1,272 from Amazon.com

1,272 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Jawbone UP MOVE. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.8 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

7.6/10

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