The display is wonderfully simple so there is 0 time spent on fiddling with settings and figuring out how the display works. Pressing on the display will switch between the time, and your activity progress.
The Withings Go fitness tracker uses an E ink screen, the same as what you would find on an e-reader. Rather than being lit like a usual digital screen, it is much more similar to ink on paper. This makes it very easy to read even in very bright conditions or when in the water.
The Withings Go is not a good option for someone wanting accurate data on their sleep habits. It often doesn't detect times you wake up at all, or sometimes registers them as "light sleep". Many users have reported the number of hours spent sleeping being consistently off by a coup...
The app doesn't only display the stats from your device, it also lets you track a variety of different health-related stats by entering them manually. You can log your food for the day, how you slept, activity, weight, and more.
The tiny size of the Fitbit Zip makes it very easy to lose track of. Rather than a wrist watch like many other trackers, it only has a slide on clip. The clip is fairly secure for normal activity, but you may knock the tracker off without realizing it.
The Fitbit Zip only tracks distance, steps, and calories burned. It's basically a pedometer with a smart tracking platform you can use for manually tracking the rest of your day. It can't tell you stairs climbed or heart rate, and there is no alarm, sleep tracking, or GPS.
To manually turn on the display you must double tap the side of the tracker which can be difficult to do properly. It can also turned on automatically by the appropriate wrist/arm movement for checking the time. There is no way to keep the display on so it may take some fumbling every time you wa...