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What the community says about Jawbone UP3
- "When my heated liners broke down after two years (with a one-year warranty), I decided it was time to look for something else. A lot of research led me to the Outdoor Research Lucent Heated Gloves, and I am delighted with them!! First, they are very efficient. What I mean is, a single 1800-mAh-battery per glove gives excellent duration in the cold, and that means fast charge times for long heating time. They outperform my old liners here by a factor of nearly 2. My first test was cycling at 23°F. The gloves lasted the entire 2:11 ride at full power. At worst, I thought my fingertips might have felt a little cool on occasion. And that is saying A LOT since my fingers are VERY sensitive (hence my need for these gloves). On another ride at 35°F the batteries lasted 2:15 and ran out--close enough to the stated life of 2.5 hours, but in demanding conditions (road cycling). Then I rode at 33°F in 9-mph winds with the gloves set to medium power. They lasted the entire ride (2:22), and my hands were quite comfortable. My old liners would not have made it that long in spite of having twice as much battery capacity, and medium power would not have felt as good. Finally, I rode 3.0 hours at 36° in 8-mph wind with the gloves set to medium. They answered the call with total comfort and lasted the entire ride. For me, the data says everything I need to know. Beyond that, they are comfortable for cycling (though I may wiggle my hand to manipulate the wrinkle to act as padding). I can take them off and on easily to work with my phone. I bought a second set of batteries because I want to be able to ride 3 hours at 20°F. At that point, I will have to worry about other things (face and feet), but not my hands. "
- "The Jawbone UP3 is a great option to choose from if you are looking for the best Jawbone wearable devices. It is not only a great activity tracker, it is also lightweight and comfortable for daily use. With this, you can see your daily sleep, fitness, heart health, and other things that you may want to track. However, there are some problems that I had with it after short usage so I would probably not recommend this unless the problems are fixed."
- "The price is the best part of the Jawbone UP3. I purchased mine for around 55 dollars, so it's a steal compared to many comparable sleep monitoring gadgets. The problem is that I had an issue with getting my data to read off of the device. When I tried to contact the Jawbone support, I had no response. So the device is now worthless to me, since I can't track my sleep patterns. After looking up information on the company, it appears that they have a bad track record of customer service."
- "This is not an improvement from the companies previous version, in fact, I would consider it a downgrade. The feel and use of it is very clunky and cumbersome. It is annoying to put on and falls off on occasion. The heart rate does not seem to be live and is an average throughout the day. THis is useless if a person works out on an intense level often. Not worth it at all.""Over time, the benefits of tracking your sleep, activities and heart health will become second nature. This wrist-worn device helps you keep track of your body with its Advanced Activity, Advanced Sleep, Smart Coach, and Heart Health functions, each of which take advantage of the UP3's myriad of sensors to give you a better picture of your health.""I SEE NOTHING NEW OR UNIQUE IN THE SOLUTION HERE. I DO NOT KNOW WHAT DIFFERENTIATES THIS SOLUTION TO ALL THE OTHERS. I THINK THE RATINGS BY SO MANY WITH ONLY 3 STARS LEADS ME TO A POOR SOLUTION. I DO NOT SEE MUCH BENEFIT FROM THIS ONE."
- "After high school I really got out of shape: in college I just stopped working out, so I wanted some tech to help me get back in the swing of things. That's when I bought the Jawbone UP3. The battery is awful and the company doesn't help either. This is a no."
- "I wish to point out that no activity tracker is comfortable to wear, they all add weight to your wrist and feel awkward. Having jumped over that hurdle let's look at the concept of being stylish. How can a lump of material project style? It can't and that's not a function of the device, if it does it's job and accurately tracks my fitness activity and offers suggestions to increase the effectiveness of what I'm doing then that's all I require from it. By the way, anyone who wears one to bed is desperately in need of a friend."
- "This is a handy little gadget for fitness tracking. It is comparable to the Fitbit at a much better price point. It tracks what you need and it is comfortable to wear. I do wish it had a better screen to make looking at it easier, but you can see everything on the phone."