Don’t Lose Your Fitbit! A Fabulous Fitbit Accessory to Keep the Clasp from Opening

Don't lose your fitbit! A fabulous Fitbit accessory to keep the clasp from opening

If you love your Fitbit — like I do — but worry about it coming unhooked and falling off your wrist, fret no more.

A fabulous Fitbit accessory to keep the clasp from opening and the device from falling off is available.

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The WoCase Fitbit Accessory Band Fastener secures your Fitbit Flex, Force or Charge so you never have to think again about losing it.

The fastener is a simple silicon band — about an inch across and less than half an inch wide– that you slip on the Fitbit before fastening the clasp, then slide back over the clasp to cover both layers after fastening it.

It’s easiest to pull on if you start with it on the side of the band with the holes. Then fasten the  Fitbit and stretch it up over both layers of band. (For months I started with it on the clasp side, until I realized how much easier it is to do it this way!)

A set of eight bands in various colors sells for $9.99, and you can change colors to match your outfits! A band lasts for about six weeks of daily use before it eventually rips.

Get a pack today and own one in every color, or share them with your Fitbit friends (who will thank you). A friend gave me one and I’m glad she did!

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27 Responses to Don’t Lose Your Fitbit! A Fabulous Fitbit Accessory to Keep the Clasp from Opening

  1. Carolann says:

    Looks like a nifty little gadget for sure!
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