I wrote a letter about parting with my Fitbit Force:
It is with great sadness that I have to say goodbye. I lived in denial for many weeks, blaming the rash on wearing you too tight. Telling myself everything would be okay. However, the rash over-took both wrists and even blistered on the left, making me face the facts: You were just no good for me anymore.
While I waited for your return transportation to arrive, I spent so much time researching and deciding how to replace you. The truth is, there is no replacement, but I reluctantly ordered a One. This means that although I will receive $140 back for returning you, I have now wasted $100 on One.
Why is it a waste you ask? Well, once Fitbit releases a product that can truly compare to you, my relationship with One will also end. . .only this time there will be no refund. The $100 One will then join the dusty pile of outdated electronics on my computer desk and I will spend however-many-hundred dollars on the new product. My relationship with One is necessary though because I truly cannot live without a Fitbit in my life.
We have had good times and bad times. Since you arrived I have only left you at home one time, and that was because you didn't match my party dress (so sorry for that). I will miss you greatly, Force, but I will always have the scar you left on my wrist as a reminder of our time together. I hope you have a fabulous trip back to wherever it is that you are off to. Know that you will be missed.