AMIIGO FITNESS BRACELET REVIEW
Updated: July 18, 2015
Amiigo is a two-part tracking device that aims to recognize and track a wide variety of activities via two wearable motion-sensitive chips - one for your shoe and one for your wrist. In addition to tracking a variety of metrics, it sets itself apart in the fitness tracker space by being "trainable" -- you can train it to recognize repetitive physical activities (like jumping jacks). I ordered one that arrived in Spring 2015.
I Own my Amiigo
As always, I like to let readers know how I obtain the fitness trackers I test and review. In this case, I purchased my own Amiigo — both in order to write this review, and because I was intrigued and excited by the idea of a fitness tracker that could be trained to recognize many activities! No matter how I obtain a fitness tracker, I always aim to provide my own straightforward, personal opinions. I'll be updating this review several times during the course of the week as I put my Amiigo to the test!