Wearable fitness devices are great. They’re convenient, provide incentive to lead a healthier lifestyle and are generally affordable. The only problem is the lack of aesthetic appeal. The point of a wearable fitness tracker is to consistently track your level of fitness, but these trackers are often unattractive. They’re fine when you’re walking your dog, but when you’re walking around the office or traveling for business they’re not always something you want to show off.
In comes Fitbit Blaze, a new product that allows you to get fit in style. The Blaze is the first Fitbit intended to look like a real watch, combining a fitness tracker with smart watch. The Blaze is more affordable than most smart watches, coming in at $199.
The Blaze features PurePulse Heart Rate monitoring, smartphone notifications, multi-sport tracking and connected GPS, color touchscreen and on-screen workouts. It also includes the usual essentials such as a long battery life, music control, all-day activity and sleep tracking, and regular reminders to keep moving. It comes with accessory bands and frames for a customized look, with a variety of colors available, all providing a sleek modern look that pairs well with anything.
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