In my opinion, the best looking Fitbit design I’ve ever seen. This week Zoey purchased a teal coloured Fitbit Alta. Over the next few weeks, I’ll update this page with a thorough review after some serious testing. For now, here’s some unboxing pictures of the product.
Unboxing the Fitbit Alta
First things first, let’s take a look at what you get for your money when you buy an Alta fitness tracker.
The front of the box. This is the small wristband size of the teal variant.
The back of the box, summarises some of the key features, including the health metrics it measures, the ability to display smartphone notifications, and the benefits of the Fitbit App.
Inside the box
Opening the cable box, you can see a USB charging clip and a USB adapter which allows you to upload activity wirelessly over your computer. If you’ve got a smartphone made in the last two years, you’ll probably have Bluetooth Smart (4.0) and be able to transfer your data without needing this extra adapter.
All the Fitbit Alta contents unboxed.
Fitbit Alta design
On the back of the unit, you’ll see the charging port as well as two metal clips which allow you to detach the Alta from the two straps. Great idea if you want to accessorise your Alta with different material bands or colours.