Fitbit Users Complain Of Rashes

Fitbit Users Complain Of Rashes

The irritation caused by the Fitbit Surge fitness trackers has become a hot topic on Twitter, just four months after its release.

The news is very unfortunate for Fitbit, which had to stop selling its Fitbit Force tracker last year after a raft of similar complaints. Twitter user Shaun Ewing posted a photo showing the irritation his tracker had caused him, one of many fans to take to social media to air their discomfort.

Fitbit advice to users

The complaints prompted a statement from Fitbit, in which the company claimed that “a very limited percentage of users” have experienced problems and skin reactions are “not uncommon with jewelery or wearable devices that stay in contact with the skin for extended periods.”

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