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Table 2 Fitbit and Jawbone studies of interdevice reliability and validity (listed by author's last name and publication year)

From: Systematic review of the validity and reliability of consumer-wearable activity trackers

  Interdevice reliability   Validity
Motion sensor Steps Distance Physical activity Energy expenditure Sleep Steps Distance Physical activity Energy expenditure Sleep
Fitbit
Fitbit Classic (also referred to as the "original Fitbit" or "Fitbit Tracker") Adam Noah 2013 [29]    Adam Noah 2013 [29] Montgomery- Downs 2012 [38] Adam Noah 2013 [29]    Adam Noah 2013 [29]; Dannecker 2013 [31]: Sasaki 2015 [39]; Stahl 2014 [41] Montgomery- Downs 2012 [38]
Fitbit Ultra Adam Noah 2013 [29]; Dontje 2015 [32]; Mammen 2012 [36]    Adam Noah 2013 [29] Meltzer 2015 [37] Adam Noah 2013 [29]; Gusmer 2014 [34]; Lauritzen 2013 [23]; Mammen 2012 [36]; Stackpool 2014 [40]    Adam Noah 2013 [29]; Gusmer 2014 [34]; Stackpool 2014 [40] Meltzer 2015 [37]
Fitbit One Diaz 2015 [15]; Takacs 2014 [43] Takacs 2014   Diaz 2015 [15]   Case 2015 [30]; Diaz 2015 [15]; Ferguson 2015 [33]; Simpson 2015 [46]; Storm 2015 [42]; Takacs 2014 [43] Takacs 2014 [43] Ferguson 2015 [33] Diaz 2015 [15]; Ferguson 2015 [33]; Lee 2014 [35] Ferguson 2015 [33]
Fitbit Zip       Case 2015 [30]; Ferguson 2015 [33]; Tully 2014 [44]   Ferguson 2015 [33]; Tully 2014 [44] Ferguson 2015 [33]; Lee 2014 [35]  
Fitbit Flex Diaz 2015 [15]    Diaz 2015 [15]   Case 2015 [30]; Diaz 2015 [15]    Bai 2015 [45]; Diaz 2015 [15]  
Jawbone
Jawbone UP       Ferguson 2015 [33]; Stackpool 2014 [40]; Storm 2014 [42]   Ferguson 2015 [33] Ferguson 2015 [33]; Lee 2014 [35]; Stackpool 2014 [40] de Zambotti 2015a [47]; de Zambotti 2015b; Ferguson 2015
Jawbone UP24       Case 2015 [30]     Bai 2015 [45]
  1. We found no studies for the Fitbit Force, Surge, Charge, or Charge HR, or the Jawbone UP MOVE, UP2, UP3, or UP4