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  Reply # 963583 8-Jan-2014 21:57
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defragger: Looks like Amazon now ship Fitbit directly to NZ. Might pick one up.


Free shipping too! $163 NZD roughly all up.

Have to contemplate if it's worth replacing my 3 month old Flex for however...

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  Reply # 963592 8-Jan-2014 22:32
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Nathan if that was an open offer, I'd be very grateful. I won't be offended if it wasn't. :) 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 963599 8-Jan-2014 22:51
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Sure thing, no probs.

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  Reply # 963601 8-Jan-2014 23:00
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nathan: Sure thing, no probs.


Thanks. I've just realized it doesn't have a smart alarm (that wakes you between two times at your lightest sleep time) so I might skip to the next generation.

Appreciate the offer though.

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  Reply # 965066 11-Jan-2014 12:10
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I saw these on Deal Extreme a while back. 

Can only find one thingy now:

http://dx.com/p/fitbit-ultra-wireless-activity-sleep-tracker-black-blue-197946 

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  Reply # 965068 11-Jan-2014 12:19
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Peppery:
defragger: Looks like Amazon now ship Fitbit directly to NZ. Might pick one up.


Free shipping too! $163 NZD roughly all up.

Have to contemplate if it's worth replacing my 3 month old Flex for however...


I'm pretty sure that isn't the Fitbit Force as the OP was talking about.. that's the Fitbit Flex?




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  Reply # 965072 11-Jan-2014 12:27
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sonyxperiageek:
Peppery:
defragger: Looks like Amazon now ship Fitbit directly to NZ. Might pick one up.


Free shipping too! $163 NZD roughly all up.

Have to contemplate if it's worth replacing my 3 month old Flex for however...


I'm pretty sure that isn't the Fitbit Force as the OP was talking about.. that's the Fitbit Flex?

Looks like Amazon have stopped selling the Force directly, and is now only available from other third-party sellers. 




 

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  Reply # 965089 11-Jan-2014 13:11

They might just be out of stock.

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  Reply # 992255 22-Feb-2014 11:56
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Yeah. I'm in the 98.3% not affected

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  Reply # 993882 25-Feb-2014 09:38
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I been using the fitbit one since last year.
I ordered a Force through Ebay and its arrived this morning-Yay.
Just saw the recall notice a few days ago.




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  Reply # 993947 25-Feb-2014 10:33
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I was put off by the horrendous shipping costs ontop of the now inflated device costs. And confused by all the sellers who drop-shipped etc that I didn't know which to go with since the original links were here :(

So went for a One from jbs while they are on special.

Would have liked the added CID features etc of the force. But this will do in the intrim. Did wonder why the supplies were low and still no ETA for non US regions. The downside to not being a 0-day type person

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