• Jawbone UP4
  • Jawbone UP4
  • Jawbone UP4
  • Jawbone UP4
  • Jawbone UP4
  • Jawbone UP4

Despite having the ability to measure your heart rate, track your sleep and use it for mobile payments, the Jawbone Up4 is too expensive for what it offers.

- Mike Prospero , Tom's Guide 

Specs / Features


You can connect your UP4 band to an eligible American Express Card* for payments on the go at participating stores. See below for important terms and limitations.* | Heart health monitoring throughout the day | Get personalized guidance from Smart Coach | Advanced sleep tracking automatically to capture REM, Light and Deep | Syncs wirelessly plus 7 days battery life - Please check https://jawbone.com/up/devices for compatibility

You can connect your UP4 band to an eligible American Express Card* for payments on the go at participating stores. See below for important terms and limitations.* | Heart health monitoring throughout the day | Get personalized guidance from Smart Coach | Advanced sleep tracking automatically to capture REM, Light and Deep | Syncs wirelessly plus 7 days battery life - Please check https://jawbone.com/up/devices for compatibility

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Specification

Specification
Brand Jawbone
Model JL08-0303ABD-US-W
Size 21 cm (8.3 in)

Reviews (6.5/10 Avg. rating)


What Wearable Tech

More or less does everything you need

from What Wearable Tech

We'd say the Jawbone UP4 is for you if you'd like a wearable that has a good focus on both health and fitness with the added benefit of being able to 'wow' your family and friends by paying for coffee with your wrist!

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We'd say the Jawbone UP4 is for you if you'd like a wearable that has a good focus on both health and fitness with the added benefit of being able to 'wow' your family and friends by paying for coffee with your wrist!

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Tom's Guide

Smart coach, dumb price

from Tom's Guide

While Jawbone's app and Smart Coach are informative and innovative, the same issues we had with the Jawbone Up3 persist with the Up4. Its clasp is a pain to use, and its heart-rate monitor isn't used as effectively as on other fitness bands. Similarly, the fact that you can also use the Up4 to make mobile payments would be more impressive if it worked with more than just American Express cards. In this class of fitness trackers, the $149 Fitbit Charge HR lets you check your heart rate when you want it, offers sleep tracking and notifications, and has a display, making it the better deal.

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While Jawbone's app and Smart Coach are informative and innovative, the same issues we had with the Jawbone Up3 persist with the Up4. Its clasp is a pain to use, and its heart-rate monitor isn't used as effectively as on other fitness bands. Similarly, the fact that you can also use the Up4 to make mobile payments would be more impressive if it worked with more than just American Express cards. In this class of fitness trackers, the $149 Fitbit Charge HR lets you check your heart rate when you want it, offers sleep tracking and notifications, and has a display, making it the better deal.

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Ars Technica

Jawbone's most advanced, and expensive, tracker yet

from Ars Technica

It seems like the Up4 wants to be the best convenience fitness tracker. After putting it on your wrist, you don't have to touch it again except to take it off when showering and charging. It monitors heart rate passively, sleep automatically, and acts as a credit card when you're in a pinch and need to pick something up on the way home from your morning jog. With the recent software update, Jawbone succeeded in making the already-capable Up4 much more useful than any of its previous counterparts were at launch. However, with smartwatches and multipurpose devices creeping up in popularity, it's going to be hard for a little band to compete in a world that's slowly being overrun by wrist-bound computers.

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It seems like the Up4 wants to be the best convenience fitness tracker. After putting it on your wrist, you don't have to touch it again except to take it off when showering and charging. It monitors heart rate passively, sleep automatically, and acts as a credit card when you're in a pinch and need to pick something up on the way home from your morning jog. With the recent software update, Jawbone succeeded in making the already-capable Up4 much more useful than any of its previous counterparts were at launch. However, with smartwatches and multipurpose devices creeping up in popularity, it's going to be hard for a little band to compete in a world that's slowly being overrun by wrist-bound computers.

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Amazon.com Reviews Summary

309 from Amazon.com

309 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Jawbone UP4. Ratings are generally negative, averaging 2.7 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

5.4/10

Amazon.ca Reviews Summary

3 from Amazon.ca

3 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the Jawbone UP4. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.5 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.

7/10

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