“The Red Squeaky Toy” and “Loke Lani”

Two new videos from EB Presents recently premiered on youtube. The first one is Loke Lani. Ethan brings you a Hawaiian song on the ukulele. Watch it below.

The other one features Princess Buttercup and Tiger Lily, tilted “The Red Squeaky Toy.” They play a combination of fetch and tug with a fun rubber red toy that squeaks. Also the dogs wrestle briefly in the new episode. Watch below.


My new video #adogslife is out now!!! I hope you enjoy the video. You can watch the new film here: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ct2AONXbxw

#adogslife will be continued in July. Wait until June for the date to be announced for #adogslife Vol. 2. On Tuesday my dogs will be watching #adogslife and on Saturday I will be putting out my Fitbit Versa Unboxing on Youtube. On May 15th EB Music will be picked backed up May 15th and the final episodes will be airing until May 27th. On May 17th EB’s Dogs will be picked up and the final episodes will be premiering until May 26th. The May 2018 edition of EB Music will be sometime between May 21st and the 26th. EB Live has been canceled and 3 more live streams remain and they will be coming over the next couple weeks. That is it for Videos. Hope you enjoy #adogslife and a new video will be Tuesday!

The Best Smartwatch Ever!

I recently got a Fitbit Versa. You can read my last blog post down below to learn more about all that stuff. This is what I think Fitbit is great at:

All Day Activity Tracking: This is how Fitbit got big is Tracking your steps, distance, and Calories burned with their clip trackers (Classic, Ultra, One, Zip etc.) then with the addition of sleep Tracking and wristband with the Flex. The Charge did all that stuff Plus the addition of the screen and then the Charge HR with HR. Later came the Blaze, Surge, Alta, Alta HR, Charge 2, and the Ionic. After that is the Fitbit Versa which is what I am talking about today. The Versa tracks all that stuff. It is a swipe up from your click to view most of your stats. It works great on the versa. 5 Out of 5 for this category.

Exercise & Fitness Tracking: Tracking workouts started with the Surge which had built it GPS. After that the Blaze & Charge 2 followed but it had Connected GPS instead (which uses your phone’s connections to do GPS). The Ionic had GPS. After the Ionic came the Versa. The Versa features Connected GPS. Some of you might complain that the Versa does not have Connected GPS. First of all it keeps the price at $200. The Apple Watch Series 1 does not have it and it is $250. You have to play around $330 for GPS on Apple. Also a good idea to carry your phone for safety reasons. Connected GPS works well, the map was correct, and it is easy to see. Connected GPS works great.

Notifications: The Blaze was the first to feature notifications from apps. The Ionic also had those features. Notifications once again return to the Fitbit Versa. It will buzz you when you get a notification. You can also swipe down to view notifications. Notifications are very useful. You may not be able to reply or use your voice to answer text but I prefer to reply with my phone anyways.

Apps: The Fitbit Ionic was the first to do a true version. Yes the Blaze did have the “Coach” app and some other things when you swipe through on the Blaze. Apps are also on the Versa. They are mainly fitness related. Some apps include: “Weather,” “Starbucks,” “4 Word,” “2048,” “The New York Times,” “Calculator,” “Leaderboard,” and more including the basic apps like “Relax,” “Exercise,” “Stopwatch,” and more. They work well. Yes Watch OS and Wear OS have a lot more but the ones on Watch OS do not work so great (never used Wear OS). Fitbit apps work well.

More things: The Watch faces work well. Also easy to navigate. Does a lot for $200.

It is a great buy. I would recommend it over Wear OS (a.k.a Android Wear) and Watch OS (a.k.a Apple Watch). Also way better price. Go to Fitbit.com or Amazon and get yours today.

Fitbit Versa vs. Apple Watch

For a while my Fitbit Charge 2 band has been falling off. I even replaced the band about a month ago, it fell of less but it still did it. I knew that the Alta or Alta HR would not be good choices because the band works the same way. I have also had the Charge 2 for a while so it was out of warranty! I would lose a lot of features w/ the Flex 2. So I got the Fitbit Versa! Today I will be comparing it to the Apple Watch. I have the Series 2. I will be comparing it to the series 1 & 2. So let’s get started.

All Day Activity Tracking.

Most Clock faces on the versa feature your step count. So you can look at steps w/ a glance. Some faces feature Calories Burned & Heart Rate. To view all stats SWIPE UP from the clock and that will open an app called “Today” which will show your stats for active minutes, hourly move, heart rate, and more! Workouts tracked are at the bottom.

The Apple Watch has an app called “Activity,” in this app you can see your “rings,” steps, & distance. Their are three rings: “Move,” “Exercise,” & “Stand.” “Move” is the Active Calories which is NOT ALWAYS ACCURATE! “Exercise” is like Fitbit’s Active Minutes but you can set a goal it is always 30, on Fitbit it could be 2, 30, 45, 60, 86, and any other number. Fitbit is more accurate on Active Minutes then “Exercise” on Apple Watch because on a day I did not do anything Apple says I closed the ring but Fitbit says I have 0 Minutes. Also apple’s Minutes differ for the SAME walk while Fitbit is always the same if you are walking. The last one is “Stand” which is like Fitbit’s “hourly move.”

In this category Fitbit wins. It had the features first, it is what Fitbit is best at!

Winner: Fitbit

Tracking Workouts

On the Versa you can track many different workouts. You can have up to six on the watch at a time. I have Walk, Bike, Swim, Run, Workout, & Yoga. The Versa does not have GPS. Which some people won’t buy it for that reason. The price would cost more for GPS and the battery life would not be as good. The $300 Ionic has GPS if you want that. Connected GPS connects to your phone to track outdoor workouts. It is always good to have your phone w/ you in case of emergencies. Connected GPS is just as accurate and it uses less battery. Your workouts are saved in the Fitbit app. You CAN also track swims

Keep in mind you can only have one Fitbit smartwatch paired at a time. You can have a smartwatch and fitness band (as many bands as you want) paired (Charge 2, Alta HR, Flex 2, etc).

On the Apple Watch you can have more workouts. The Apple Watch Series 2 & 3 have built in GPS. The series 1 & the original/Series 0 Do NOT have built in GPS. The series 2 is discounted. The series 3 is over $300. The series 1 is $250. So no gps keeps the price down.

Winner: Draw


The Fitbit versa is a smartwatch so it features notifications that come through on your phone. Go to the Fitbit app to turn on notifications for ONLY the apps you want. The bands (Charge 2, Alta, Alta HR etc.) Have Call & Text notifications (maybe calendar) but not the other apps like the versa. If they are important get the versa. I find the notifications handy. For Android users, Quick text replies will be coming soon. No quick replies on iOS thanks to Apple’s closed system .Fitbit does not put notifications first because they have always focused on fitness which is a good thing. Also people who buy the watch for notifications would not look at Fitbit. Not priority but works well.

The Apple Watch does do a better job on notifications. I do not have any on here because I have been wearing the amazing Versa. The Apple Watch will tap you when something comes through. You can reply to text by “Scribbling,” talking to it, or a quick reply. However if you get messages from other apps you can NoT reply to them. Apple does that well.

Winner: Apple Watch


The Fitbit Versa is a smartwatch so it features apps. You can check the weather (useful). You can even check how you are doing in the 7 day leaderboard against your friends. “Relax” is Fitbit’s app for focusing on breathing. It first appeared on the Charge 2 then Apple came out w/ it on the Series 1 & 2. Their are several fitness apps on the Versa. Their is a simple calculator app. The New York Times is on the Versa (would not use). You can also get Starbucks. Pandora & Deezer Music (paid only) are available. More fitness apps are available. I would not get a Watch for apps. If you are going to Fitbit is not for you. Especially if you don’t want fitness apps. There are a couple games on versa btw.

The Apple Watch does have a lot of apps. From fitness to news to games to remotes. If you are getting a watch for apps the Apple Watch is for you.

Winner: Apple Watch

Social Features & Motivation.

Screenshot: Fitbit app.

Fitbit has challenges and adventure races. You can compete with your friends. You get “Trophies” for winning. The goal Day is a fun challenge to hit your goal. If you hit your goal you get a “Trophy.” Goal day can be solo or w/ Friends. Adventure races are challenges that you race to be the first to the finish line. Solo adventures are ones that you do (don’t know much about those). Challenges are really fun on Fitbit.

The bit also has the seven day steps. Currently (April 18th) I am in 6. You can see where you rank among friends. You can see that right on the watch w/ the Fitbit versa & Ionic. This is what motivates you on Fitbit and also hitting 10k!

Screenshot: Apple Activity App

On the Apple Watch you can share stats w/ friends but no 7 day or challenges :(. The Apple Watch motivates you to close your rings like Fitbit motivates you to hit your goal.

Sleep Tracking & Battery Life

Fitbit does sleep Tracking! Also REM! Apple only does it on third party apps. It drains a lot of battery life. The Apple Watch battery life is 18 hours Versa 4 Days +.

Winner: Fitbit Versa


The Fitbit versa is $200. It has a lot of fitness features + weather, notifications, & more. It is the mass appeal smartwatch Fitbit is saying it is. If you want GPS it is $300 which is the Ionic. Also Fitbit versa has WAY better battery life than the Apple Watch and so does the Ionic.

The Apple Watch Series 1 is $250 (and it does less) no swim tracking and not the fun social features of Fitbit. So the Fitbit versa is a better choice. Also Apple Watch only supports iOS while Fitbit supports Windows, Android, & iOS! The series 3 is over $300 (more than the Ionic). Also battery life is weak on all Apple watches.

Overall winner: Fitbit Versa


P.S. I got a couple Active Minutes on Apple Watch while writing this. Fitbit gave me 0 minutes while writing this. Fitbit is amazing!!!