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Sam Christie
Sam Christie@samchristie · Social Media Manager
This looks so awesome! I wonder how/why it never needs to charge?
@samchristie The website doesn't go into details about certain features, but it does say "Battery Life: Up to 6 months." So you don't charge it but use batteries?
Sam Christie
Sam Christie@samchristie · Social Media Manager
@esbvn @samchristie My guess is it uses watch batteries then? Interesting
Julian Lehr
Julian Lehr@lehrjulian · CMO @ trydonut.com 🍩
@samchristie Was wondering about this as well. This thing looks smaller than my Fitbit which I have to charge at least once per week!
Elliot Ronen
Elliot Ronen@elliotronen · Senior Product at Marvel
@lehrjulian @samchristie It uses a standard CR2032 watch battery (assuming the Shine 2 uses the same battery as the original Shine). It really is great not having to worry about it. Going from an UP band to my Shine the only thing I missed was the vibration motor and silent alarm clock, so looks like the Shine 2 might answer my prayers!
Juan J. Ramirez
Juan J. Ramirez@whoisjuan · Product Manager + UX Designer
@elliotronen @samchristie I agree. I have owned probably every fitness tracker available and Misfit trackers are by far the best ones. Also they're cheap. You can get the Flash for 20 bucks.
benburns
benburns@benburns · Product Manager, Bose
The vibrating alarm clock that "wakes you at the right time" has been a big feature that only the Up band has really had over the years. Finally other wearables manufacturers are catching on!
Mitch
Mitch@sleumasm · Creator of ineedaresu.me
@benburns The other big fitness band brand - FitBit - has also had the vibrate to wake up feature. I got a FitBit Flex two years ago and it had it.
benburns
benburns@benburns · Product Manager, Bose
@sleumasm @benburns I should have clarified -- the killer feature, to me, is waking you up with that vibrating alarm at the lightest point in your sleep cycle, instead of at a specified time when you might be jarred from deep sleep. I didn't think anyone but Jawbone had that previously, but I might be wrong?
Hash Milhan
Hash Milhan@hashir · Digital Creative, adam&eveDDB London
This is great! i wonder if they ship to the UK