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Health and Activity Trackers now reservable for free in all Surrey Libraries

Adult Surrey Library members can now reserve and borrow a health & activity tracker (smartwatch) for free. Trackers are available from all 52 Surrey libraries. They can help you track your activity levels, improve health and wellbeing, and get more active.

Surrey Libraries have been working with Active Surrey to develop services and programs to positively impact the health and wellbeing of residents, focusing on physical activity. This work involves a collaboration partnership between Surrey Libraries, Active Surrey, Surrey County Council IT & Digital Team, and University of Surrey.

Key features of the tracker

The tracker is an Amazfit GT2 mini smart watch, and it can be used with a phone app called Zepp or standalone. It includes some amazing features including heart rate monitoring, sleep quality monitoring, step counter and 70 plus different activities tracking.

Key information about the loan

Reserving and borrowing a tracker is free for Surrey Libraries adult (18 years and over) members. The loan period is 6 weeks, and borrowers can renew the tracker once (in person or online) for another 6 weeks, unless the tracker is reserved by another borrower. Learn more about Health and activity trackers available to borrow from Surrey libraries.

Visit the Surrey Libraries online catalogue to reserve your tracker.