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CNET 29 Sep 2020

Fitbit Sense review: Health data overload

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The Fitbit Sense promises a lot of new, potentially helpful data such as stress tracking, blood oxygen readings and even being able to show skin temperature. But knowing what to do with all this can be confusing if you're not a medical professional. This review covers health and fitness tracking, battery life and smartwatch features on the Fitbit Sense.


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