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Advantagescomfortable, accurate, nice range of features, aids weight loss and fitness

Disadvantagespricey for a step counter, hot as accurate as heart rate monitor

...fitbit flex. Which fitbit? There are 6 different fitbits to choose from, 4 of them are for everyday fitness and 2 for those with a more active fitness lifestyle. The cheapest are the ones designed for everyday fitness which do not attach with a wrist strap but rather clip on. The active fitness ones are more expensive but do feature heart rate monitors rather than relying on movement like...

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“Flex those muscles”

published 20/10/2001

AdvantagesNo trailing wires, discreet, easy and quick to put on

Disadvantagesbit expensive

...The Slendertone flex is the latest in slendertone's range of faradic exercisers. The one I have is for the abdominals although they also now have a flex for the bum and thighs which you wear like a pair of shorts. The tummy one is great. I have had 5 children and a bad back so the usual round of sit ups and crunches are no longer feasible for me. I have previously had the earlier ones with pads...

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Advantagesmake your Slendertone belt more effective

Disadvantagesa little expensive £90 when I bought it in the first place. But they do give great results and are very easy to use. These pads are suitable to use with a few different belts including the flex, max, gymbody and toning belts, both male and female. Overall these are an essential part of using a Slendertone belt, they are a little pricey, but they make the Slendertone belt much more efficient when they are...

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