Fitbit Reveals Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch [Video]

Fitbit Reveals Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch [Video]

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Wearable manufacture Fitbit has announced the Fitbit Blaze today at CES -- the smartwatch with a focus on fitness and activity.

While the Fitbit Blaze may look like the many other Android Smartwatches available, it actually does not have any third-party applications on the device and instead places an emphasis on activity and fitness. The Fitbit Blaze will allow users to track steps, sleep, exercise, calories burnt, and more. The device also syncs with your smartphone to show the collected data in the Fitbit app.

Similar to the Apple Watch, the Fitbit Blaze also features interchangeable bands and frames, and with a color touch screen, users can personalize their watch face.

“One of the first things we learned in this industry is that fitness is personal – and if something isn’t your style, you won’t wear it,” said James Park, CEO and Co-Founder of Fitbit. “With Fitbit Blaze, we pushed the boundaries of what’s possible to create a beautiful, versatile device that can be customized to fit your personal style – while packing a powerful fitness punch to help you reach your goals. Fitbit Blaze delivers a combination of innovative features that were carefully selected with intention and purpose, designed to motivate and offer a fitness experience that is more effortless and more useful with advanced guidance and coaching.”

Fitbit Reveals Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch [Video]

The Fitbit Blaze offers many fitness and activity features. The device includes FitStart Personal Trainer that delvers guided instructions and images for personalized workers. It also sports a PurePlus feature (continuous heart rate tracking) to help maintain workout intensity and better track the calories burned during each workout. Additionally, SmartTrack automatically recognizes and records the different movement activities like biking, hiking, or walking. For runners, the Fitbit Blaze can also connect to your phone's GPS to show your route and offer other running stats.

Fitbit Reveals Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch [Video]

Beyond Fitness, the Fitbit Blaze offers sleep tracking, supports notifications (including messages, calls, and calendars), and features a 5 day battery life on a single charge. Users can even control their Music with the device.

Fitbit is accepting pre-orders for the Fitbit Blaze starting today. The device will retail for $199.95 in ship in March 2016. Fitbit will also offer accessories with the Blaze including classic band ($30), a leather band ($100), and a stainless steel link band ($130).

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Fitbit Reveals Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch [Video]
Mukai - January 5, 2016 at 7:38pm
This looks better than the garbage called Apple Watch
PHUKAI - January 5, 2016 at 7:56pm
Just because a company releases something that you're desperate of claiming better than its source doesn't make it garbage thus make your WASTE of words true garbage.
S2K - January 6, 2016 at 2:04am
This really pisses me off. People talking about what they don't know. In general all smartwatches are still "green", this is just the beginning of future wearables. And although it's overpriced I honestly think the Apple Watch is the best option as it is the most complete of them all. And it's not like some android smartwatches (nothing against, I actually also like them a lot) that fall into oblivion 2 months after they're released. What I mean is: This is just the beginning, and if you call garbage to Apple Watch then your calling garbage to almost every other smartwatch. And I should know because I had some, including the Apple's one. But then again, this is just my opinion and I'm not expecting everyone to agree with it. You simply don't need to call it garbage.
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