Fitbit Device Sleeping Tracking Settlement

Settlement Structure: Claims Made

Active: Closed

Closed Settlement Statement:

According to court documents, the claim submission deadline has passed. Please contact the claims administrator if you have any questions.

Case Summary:

A settlement has been reached in a class action against Fitbit, Inc. The complaint alleged that three of the company’s devices—the Fitbit Flex, Fitbit One, and Fitbit Ultra—do not track sleep as claimed on their packaging. 

Docket Number:


Company: Fitbit Inc.

Filing Deadline: May 30, 2019

Class Period: September 1, 2009 to October 27, 2014

Objection Deadline: June 17, 2019

Exclusion Deadline: May 30, 2019

Final Approval Hearing: July 11, 2019

Proof of Purchase:

No proof of purchase is required, but you must provide the e-mail address you used to register the device.


You may be eligible if you bought a Fitbit Flex, Fitbit One, or Fitbit Ultra with a sleep tracking feature in one of the states below during the respective class period.

  • California or Florida: September 1, 2009 to October 27, 2014
  • New York, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania or Ohio: March 26, 2012 to October 27, 2014
  • Missouri or Illinois: March 26, 2013 to October 27, 2014
  • Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, or Washington state: March 26, 2014 to October 27, 2014
Typical Settlement Amount:

$12.50 for each device purchased. Fill out a separate claim form for each device.

Total Settlement Amount: Unknown

Class Representative Proposed Incentive Fee:

$500-$5,000 each

Law Firms:
Bonezzi Switzer Polito & Hupp Co. LPA
Dworken & Bernstein Co. LPA

Claim Form: Fitbit Device Sleeping Tracking Settlement Claim Form

Case Name: Brickman, et al v. Fitbit, Inc.

Settlement Website: Fitbit Device Sleeping Tracking Settlement Website

Claims Administrator:
Kurtzman Carson Consultants

Claims Administrator Contact Information:

Brickman v. Fitbit Inc. Settlement Administrator
c/o KCC Class Action Services
P.O. Box 404104
Louisville, KY 40233-4104

Tags: Deceptive Advertising, Deceptive Packaging, Item Does Not Do What It Is Advertised to Do