The company has gone out of business but I really liked my S2H Replay while I had it. The band was very slim and easy to wear. It basically looked like a rather cheap watch. The tracker would monitor your activity - all activity, which was nice, not just steps - automatically all day. It had a little smile when you were doing exercise and frowned at you when you were not. As you went about your exercise it counted the minutes and filled up the quadrants on the tracker until you got to 60 minutes then it would switch to a little code that you would enter on their website and you would get points which were redeemable for prizes. I didn't like that once you reached the threshold you had to copy out the code before you could reset the device. There was no way to just move on and have the code read out later. So if you were working out outside you either had to reset and forfeit the code or you had to just wait to reset until you were able to write down the code somewhere. I also found that some days I would accumulate two or three codes depending on my activities and you could only enter one per day so I kept a little notebook full of codes and just entered one a day on the site. The codes were also rather difficult to read which made entering them a bit of a pain sometimes. The battery failed quite quickly in this (about six months) and was unable to be replaced. At this point the company was no longer offering rewards and the fun had gone out of the device so I did not purchase a replacement. overall, this was a fun, motivating device while it lasted.
Vernon Rockville, CT