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Topic # 133577 27-Oct-2013 09:17 Send private message

I have been looking into the Nike Fuelband and the alternatives for a while now. The Up fail and the Fitbit looks average. But the Fuelband looks great. I even read about the new SE edition which is coming out. So when I decided to get it, I found that there aren't available anywhere!

Or am I missing something?

Can someone help with this?

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  Reply # 922357 27-Oct-2013 09:49 Send private message

buy it overseas and ship it with with a freight forwarder like Youshop

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  Reply # 933607 14-Nov-2013 00:02 Send private message

I'm trying to buy the Nike Fuelband SE on the Nike.com website using Youshop but it will not accept my NZ (or UK) credit card... any way around this?

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  Reply # 933608 14-Nov-2013 00:05 Send private message

Try a debit card or an Amex card or entropay

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  Reply # 933611 14-Nov-2013 00:40 Send private message

I just saw some comparison charts.
Fitbit flex preferred over Nike fuelband.

I have to admit that I personally use a Fitbit. I also use personally use a Nike Sportswatch +




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  Reply # 933614 14-Nov-2013 01:06 Send private message

I have the original FuelBand and I think it's fantastic. Had a friend purchase one while he was up in New York.
I will say though that like a lot of these fitness devices, it is a motivation tool and you have to use it constantly to actually give you insight on your exercise patterns. 

Also a great party trick to show the bluetooth sync!

Also will mention I've only had mine around 15 months and some of the pixels on the screen have already died.

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  Reply # 934138 14-Nov-2013 22:28 Send private message

Ended up buying on Amazon in the end, had to pay slightly higher price but had no problems with Youshop and NZ credit card.

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  Reply # 934143 14-Nov-2013 22:50 Send private message

I'd like to remind folks buying anything on Amazon to use our Amazon affiliate link... Every little bit helps ;)




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