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Kristina Benfield
Kristina Benfield • 1 year ago

BodyMedia | Core 2 - Armband that tracks heart rate in addition to steps, distance, stairs, calories and sleep. I'm getting this when they release it later in the year. It tracks calories better than other devices and will be waterproof!

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