Are You a Fitbit Surge or Charge HR User Who Has Experienced Inaccuracy With Your Device?

Are you a Fitbit Surge or Charge HR user who has noticed your device does not accurately record your heart rate? Two of Fitbit’s most recently introduced activity trackers may not work as promised. A recent lawsuit against Fitbit alleges that the Surge and Charge HR each fail to accurately monitor user’s heart rates. If you have noticed as much with your Fitbit Surge or Charge HR, we would like to hear from you about your experience. [Read more…]

Nike Fuel Band Bracelets May Be Misleading Calorie Counters

In January 2012, Nike introduced and marketed its Fuel Band bracelet, a product directed toward consumers interested in monitoring their fitness levels through counting the number of steps taken and calories burned. However, recent reports allege that the Nike+ Fuel Band is unable to accurately measure the number of calories burned by consumers who wear the bracelets. The Fuel Band has also been reported to provide inaccurate activity reports for certain kinds of exercise, such as yoga and weight lifting. [Read more…]

Consumers Report Samsung LED Television’s Fail to Display 3D as Advertised

Recent models of Samsung LED televisions have been marketed and advertised as capable of a high definition (“HD”), 1080 pixel, three-dimensional (“3D”) picture.  However, according to consumer reports, the Samsung 6000 series LED televisions are limited to a display of 540 pixels, or what is considered less than high definition, in 3D mode.  [Read more…]

Crest Sensitivity Toothpaste Is Reported to Be Falsely Labeled

According to a recent report, Crest Sensitivity Treatment & Protection toothpaste is falsely labeled as providing “relief within minutes” to purchasers with sensitive teeth.  The National Advertising Division (“NAD”) of the Council of Better Business Bureau has recommended that Proctor & Gamble discontinue its false advertising of the toothpaste.   [Read more…]