The Jawbone Up Move is a small wearable pedometer that you can clip on clothing or wear around your wrist. It was one of the most accurate in our steps testing and performed well when tracking distance. It is a basic, screenless device whose low price tag rivals the Misfit Flash’s.
Pros: The Jawbone Up Move did well tracking steps in our testing, landing within 50 steps of our actual count, and distance was fairly accurate as well. Its small design is durable and water resistant to protect against splashes and sweat. This Jawbone pedometer has the largest memory of any we tested, saving data for up to nine months, and with a 6-month battery, the device needs little maintenance. Though it does not have a display screen, lights illuminate on the face to indicate Active and Sleep modes as well a daily progress.
Cons: While the Up Move does great with tracking steps, other metrics like active minutes and calories burned were much less accurate. It also does not have a screen display, so you’ll have to use the app to retrieve data.
Bottom Line: The Jawbone Up Move pedometer tracks overall steps well but would not be the best choice if you’re looking to track other metrics closely.
Best for: Basic steps tracking with a simple and cost-effective pedometer
Key Attribute: Battery & Memory
- ACTIVITY TRACKING
- SLEEP TRACKING
- SMART COACH
- FOOD LOGGING
- TEAMMATES & DUELS
- SPLASH PROOF
- WIRELESS SYNC