My first Ionic was purchased prior to its release in 2017 as a birthday gift. In December of 2017 we went on holiday I wore my tracker in the water (as it is meant to be able to do) and it completely died.
hen I returned from vacation, Fitbit Customer Service replace the tracker and called it a battery issue.
Fast forward to today (November 27th, 2018)...after my morning workout I was putting my t-shirt back on and I felt something hit my wrist...the clock face popped right out of its socket...it was hanging by a thread of glue.
Of course because the warranty is only one year, Fitbit will not replace the device. Wow...$400 blown for a device that will only last one year.
Save your money or better yet, put it toward another brand of fitness tracker.