The Quitbit wants you to stop smoking and live healthier

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Quitbit

There are a multitude of activity trackers out there that can tell you how many steps you’ve taken, the amount of calories burned, your sleep patterns, and more. They come in various shapes and sizes, and are used by those who want to have solid numbers on how they’re doing with their exercising regimen. For those who smoke and want to stay fit, there’s another element involved to keep track of, and it’s not always easy.

If you light up cigarettes every day, do you count the number you’ve had? If you want to start keeping track of your intake as well as get on the road to quitting, then there’s an activity tracker that was made just for you. The Quitbit is an electric lighter that will let you know how many cigarettes you’ve had, and can help you to lessen the amount you smoke daily. Not only will it show you how long it has been since your last one, but it can be programmed not to work if you want to go without a smoke for a certain period of time. This is only for the smoking aspect, so an exterior exercise tracker would also be needed if you wanted to have progress reports on your entire routine.

This doesn’t keep track of anything else besides your smoking habits and thanks to the app, there’s a community that can cheer you on as you progress. The whole point of buying this $70-90 lighter is to negate your need for it, but it will certainly pay for itself in the amount you don’t spend on cigarettes. As this is an electric lighter, you won’t need to worry about needing to refuel, but it will need recharging after about a week of normal use. This will work with iOS 5+ and Android 4.3+.

Available for crowdfunding on Kickstarter

One review or comment

Saurav Dubey Says: May 17, 2014 at 4:16 am

How It work ? and what is the cost of this product ?
because i am tried so many these type of product but now one can effect me

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