Fitbits are still causing rashes. Some owners of the Surge are reporting that, like the Force and Charge before it, the new smartwatch activity tracker is causing a rash. Fitbit's solution? Take the t
Fitbit now faces a class-action lawsuit over rashes caused by the Fitbit Force. The company previously issued public statements and recalled the product after 1.7% of Force users had reported an irrit
Fitbit issued a voluntary recall of its Fitbit Force after discovering that prolonged use could lead to skin irritation likely due to allergy to some of the materials used in its construction, but now
Fitness tracking company Fitbit has just issued a recall (and stopped sales) of their popular product the Fitbit Force, a wrist-borne activity tracker that follows their Fitbit Flex but adds a display
Personal fitness trackers and sleep trackers are officially mainstream, but deciding between the various devices out there can be tough.
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Fitness device maker Fitbit is offering up an honest deal to customers who are reporting that their Fitbit Force is causing them skin irritation: you can either get a full refund, or swap out your tra