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Fitbit shares findings on allergic reaction to Force, adding warning

10/20, 5:35pm

No mandatory recall taking place as long as small adjustments made by company

Health band maker Fitbit offered a statement last week on the findings of an investigation into the Force fitness wristband. The company decided to voluntarily pull the device from store shelves in February 2014, as it was thought to be causing rashes on the wrists of users. CEO James Park took to the company's webpage to give an update on the independent testing and other findings from medical experts, confirming what was said in the preliminary tests in February.


Lawsuit filed against Fitbit over skin irritation caused by Force

03/20, 11:58am

Fitness tracker lawsuit seeks refunds in California

Fitbit has been targeted by a lawsuit over medical issues claimed to be caused by one of its wearable fitness trackers. Gomez Law from San Diego has filed the suit, claiming Fitbit has "misled" its customers and caused nearly two percent of its customers to develop skin irritations from wearing the Fitbit Force, and demanding the company refunds purchasers of the device.


Fitbit offers refunds to Force users suffering from skin irritation

01/15, 3:25pm

Fitness tracker causes rash of complaints over skin reaction

Fitbit is offering refunds to a number of customers suffering from an allergic reaction to one of its devices. A number of users claim to have suffered skin irritation when wearing the Fitbit Force, with separate reports and a large quantity of complaints on the Fitbit forums prompting the company to provide some users with an exchange or their money back.


Fitbit Force revealed, updates Flex with OLED screen, altimeter

10/10, 10:22am

Display on Fitbit Force provides activity statistics, call notifications

Fitbit has launched its second wrist-based activity tracker, following on from the Fitbit Flex. The Fitbit Force, leaked last week in promotional materials, updates the Flex's design by adding an altimeter and a small OLED display that provides more detailed information than the five-dot LED light system used in the original.


Fitbit planning launch of Force fitness tracking wristband

10/02, 1:21pm

Leaked promotional materials show improved display, altimeter

Promotional material for a future Fitbit device has surfaced, showing the company as creating another wrist-based fitness tracker. The Force, mimicking much of the style of the Fitbit Flex, appears not to stray too far from the path of its predecessor, but this time the tracking watch will have an altimeter and an updated display.



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