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Ae you sure the watch can connect to your iPhone over the gym's wifi?  Don't you have to be within BT range?
http://berkeleysciencereview.com/fit-fitbit/ This is an article I found that tested Fitbit and explains the accuracy variables scientifically. It seems to contradict your argument on a couple points. 
If it is paired with your phone it does and if not it doesn't matter because it can identify a gait versus waving goodbye, talking with your hands, writing on a white board, or whatever. It knows what you are doing which is why it recognizes when you raise your wrist to check the time.
The watch knows when you are just waving your hand and not walking or running. I would expect it can detect an actual gait within a step or two even if you are on a tread mill and your location has not changed. Just more FUD on your part.
You don't get to cast a verdict. All you cast is bullsh¡t.
Plus he is a local boy. As a kid, he probably rode his bike around those fields and orchards. He went to high school less than a mile from there.
It would have to be. Children use iPhones and they can't be responsible for that information.
Let's rearrange the deck chairs on the Titanic while Putin and ISIS are trying to start WWIII.
Every Edition watch they can make will likely be sold as soon as it comes off the assembly line. They will be difficult to acquire and people will be settling not selecting. 
Good Point.
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