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  # 1887242 21-Oct-2017 09:33
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For lack of another thread to post this, thumbs up to Fitbit's customer support. Been using a Charge 2 since January and suddenly over the last 3 weeks the battery has started dying in 2 days instead of the 5 it's supposed to last. My partner's one was setup at the same time and is still fine and still lasts 5-7 days. Emailed Fitbit with a copy of the receipt asking for their advice and they replied quickly with instructions to perform a battery test. This was charging it fully and syncing it 5-10 times a day until it was flat and then they could see the battery level at each sync from their end. So did this and it again died in 2 days and they replied last Thursday that they would send me a replacement under warranty.

 

Their replacement policy states you will get either a refurbished or new model and the shipping confirmation email said I would be receiving the tracker only so I should keep my original charger, straps and any accessories, so expected a refurbished one. But it turned up on Wednesday and was a brand new one in the original sealed box. And I don't need to return the old one either, so pretty good stuff.

 

I used a Garmin Vivofit for a couple of years before getting this and that also ended up having to be replaced under warranty but with them I had to send it to away to be assessed first and got refurbished one in return.


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  # 1887258 21-Oct-2017 09:54
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There is a thread somewhere for heaping praise on companies that have done the right thing.

 

 





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  # 1887266 21-Oct-2017 10:09
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Quarks. They're just so damn cute.





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  # 1887326 21-Oct-2017 12:18
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Dulouz:

 

Quarks. They're just so damn cute.

 

 

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  # 1888323 24-Oct-2017 06:02
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Visiting Singapore.

Clean, polite, efficient and orderly. Great shopping and tremendous commercial drive. Marvellous.





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  # 1888342 24-Oct-2017 08:39
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Maybe you should consider moving there.

 

 





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  # 1888449 24-Oct-2017 11:33
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Geektastic: Visiting Singapore.

Clean, polite, efficient and orderly. Great shopping and tremendous commercial drive. Marvellous.

 

And warm! Good for an old person with arthritis. Low taxes too! Convenient for jetting off to other clean, polite, efficient, orderly shopping destinations like Dubai and Switzerland.

 

Can probably grow proper orange Halloween pumpkins year-round!

 

 


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  # 1888469 24-Oct-2017 11:51
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frankv:

 

Geektastic: Visiting Singapore.

Clean, polite, efficient and orderly. Great shopping and tremendous commercial drive. Marvellous.

 

And warm! Good for an old person with arthritis. Low taxes too! Convenient for jetting off to other clean, polite, efficient, orderly shopping destinations like Dubai and Switzerland.

 

Can probably grow proper orange Halloween pumpkins year-round!

 

 

 

 

dont forget the power it has to control everything it's citizens can say or do.





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  # 1888474 24-Oct-2017 12:09
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Fortunately its citizens have no desire to say or do anything since they have been marching in step since birth.

 

 





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  # 1888491 24-Oct-2017 12:37
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Small - and makes me smile. (1964)

 


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  # 1889043 25-Oct-2017 01:08
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Rikkitic:

Maybe you should consider moving there.


 



I would but I don't work in banking.





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  # 1889044 25-Oct-2017 01:09
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vexxxboy:

frankv:


Geektastic: Visiting Singapore.

Clean, polite, efficient and orderly. Great shopping and tremendous commercial drive. Marvellous.


And warm! Good for an old person with arthritis. Low taxes too! Convenient for jetting off to other clean, polite, efficient, orderly shopping destinations like Dubai and Switzerland.


Can probably grow proper orange Halloween pumpkins year-round!


 



dont forget the power it has to control everything it's citizens can say or do.



Well, there's no denying their success. Perhaps we should pay attention....





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  # 1889074 25-Oct-2017 07:32
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Geektastic:
vexxxboy:

 

frankv:

 

 

 

Geektastic: Visiting Singapore.

Clean, polite, efficient and orderly. Great shopping and tremendous commercial drive. Marvellous.

 

 

 

And warm! Good for an old person with arthritis. Low taxes too! Convenient for jetting off to other clean, polite, efficient, orderly shopping destinations like Dubai and Switzerland.

 

 

 

Can probably grow proper orange Halloween pumpkins year-round!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

dont forget the power it has to control everything it's citizens can say or do.

 



Well, there's no denying their success. Perhaps we should pay attention....

 

 

 

if you only use one benchmark to measure success.





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  # 1889108 25-Oct-2017 08:41
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MikeB4:

 

Geektastic:
vexxxboy:

 

frankv:

 

Geektastic: Visiting Singapore.

Clean, polite, efficient and orderly. Great shopping and tremendous commercial drive. Marvellous.

 

And warm! Good for an old person with arthritis. Low taxes too! Convenient for jetting off to other clean, polite, efficient, orderly shopping destinations like Dubai and Switzerland.

 

Can probably grow proper orange Halloween pumpkins year-round!

 

 

 

dont forget the power it has to control everything it's citizens can say or do.

 



Well, there's no denying their success. Perhaps we should pay attention....

 

if you only use one benchmark to measure success.

 

 

If your benchmark(s) for success matches up with their benchmark(s) for success, then that's the ideal place for you. Why would you want to live anywhere else?

 

 


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