Put it on your waist band, dummy.
SIGH… If you had read the instructions you would have seen this:
Where is the Fitbit Tracker worn?
The Tracker is designed to be small and very discreet, so that you can wear it just about anywhere and not have it stand out. It is most accurate when clipped onto the torso, but can also be worn at your waist. We recommend wearing it on your pocket, waistband, or the center of a bra.
Most accurate when clipped onto the torso, Lindsay.
Most accurate when clipped onto the torso.
If I didn’t care about accuracy, I could just tie it to a piece of string and swing it around my head like an animal.
I am assuming that they don’t mean I have to clip it directly to my torso, like some clip-on nipple-piercing, because there’s no way I’m wearing just one, I’d feel lopsided all day. And if I was wearing two, you know I’d never get anything done because I’d spend all day trying to get them to spin in opposite directions.
Speaking of which, did you notice they suggested that you could clip it to your bra?
Well, technically, the center of a bra.
I’m glad they clarified that you should wear it in the center of a bra, just in case you were thinking of putting it inside the left cup to compensate for your inverted nipple.