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Old 13th February 2015, 08:07   #1
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Default Fitbit says users can avoid rashes by giving their skin a break

Apparently, Fitbit's rash-ridden problems aren't over yet. An ABC7 News San Francisco report says the publication discovered over 200 cases on social media of people complaining about getting rashes from wearing Fitbit's bands. The company told Recod...

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