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Wearable computing devices like fitness tracking bracelets are often unfashionable. We make fitness tracker covers for the Fitbit Flex and JawboneUP and UP24. Design.UX makes fitness bracelets fashionable. Manufactured in Calgary, Alberta, Canada by women, for women. 

Field Test Results

Jim Letourneau

People are curious as to whether using a mesh Design.UX cover will effect the performance of their Fitbit Charge 2.

I took my Fitbit Charge 2 on a local Palm Desert hike called the Bump and Grind. On November 22 I did the hike with no cover on my Fitbit Charge 2. I used RunKeeper to track the hike. It took me 92 minutes to complete 



I did the same hike with a mesh Fitbit Charge 2 cover (brown to match the desert) on November 28th. It took me 81 minutes to complete so I had a slightly faster pace. 

Lets see if using a mesh cover changes makes any difference in Fitbit Charge 2 data tracking.

Hike 1 (no mesh cover)

  • Average Heart Rate 114 bpm
  • Calories Burned 1043
  • Steps 9622
  • Active minutes 93 (Runkeeper 92)

Hike 2 (mesh cover)

  • Average Heart Rate 114 bpm
  • Calories burned 916
  • Steps 8810
  • Active minutes 80 (Runkeeper 81)

So far, I'd be hard pressed to find any major differences in Fitbit Charge 2 performance when a Design.UX cover is being used. 



Charge Your Fitbit Charge 2 Without Taking the Cover Off

Jim Letourneau

One of the cool features of using a Design.UX mesh Fitbit cover is that you can charge your Fitbit Charge 2 without taking the cover off. 

You just need to give the charger a little wiggle so the contacts can connect. You'll know you've done this successfully when you feel the Fitbit vibrate.

Here's a video showing how easy it is.



Design.UX™ Introduces New Line of Fashion Accessories for the Fitbit Charge 2™

Jim Letourneau

New product that will accessorize Fitbit Charge 2™ trackers is now available.

Calgary, AB - October 19, 2016

Design.UX™ has added to its popular line of fashion covers for Fitbit® fitness bands with their creation of fashion covers for Fitbit® Charge 2™ and Charge HR™. Women often struggle to incorporate fitness bracelets into their wardrobe outside of the gym. Design.UX products help enhance the Fitbit® fitness tracking experience by making them suitable for office and evening wear.

Fitbit Covers for Fitbit Charge currently come in 5 stylish collections, Classic, Patriot, Sunny Ways, Sazzy, and Perky.  They are available today for purchase at www.designux.co

The biggest feature of our covers, is that the mesh fabric allows the Fitbit® display data to be visible. 

Changing the the look of a Fitbit™ tracker is as simple as pulling a Design.UX cover over the wristband.

“We designed these Fitbit® accessories in response to unprecedented demand from our customers,” said Julia Turnbull, President of Design.UX™.  “Our tracker covers provide style, comfort, and colour options for the ever expanding Fitbit® community”.   

About Design.UX™

Design.UX™ designs fashion accessories for leading fitness trackers. Design.UX™ products have sold in over 50 countries.

Media Contact:

Julia Turnbull, President




Our Best Fitbit Cover Ever

Jim Letourneau

We are excited about our latest line of fashion covers for Fitbit Charge and Charge HR trackers. We've sourced a durable mesh fabric that allows the Fitbit screen to be visible (but not obvious) when you want it to be. We've also added extra stitching to prevent fraying. These look great, feel great and let you use all the features of your Fitbit Charge HR!

New Products!

Jim Letourneau

Stretch mesh covers for Fitbit Charge.

Stretch mesh covers for Fitbit Charge.

Our Fitbit Charge covers are now available in a 4 way stretch mesh fabric. You can read the screen output through the fabric and the heart rate monitor on the Charge HR still functions.