Fitbit unveiled its new fitness tracker, the Fitbit Blaze, during CES 2016. The fitness tracker is a successor to Fitbit Surge, but with more smartwatch-like features. The wearable is compatible with Android, iOS, and Windows Phone devices, and is bundled with a battery life of 5 days. It is now available in India for Rs. 19,999 through Amazon in small and large size options, depending on users. It will be customizable to some extent in the form of band color options, the Fitbit Blaze will be available in Blue, Plum, and Black band color options.
The Fitness Blaze features a color display with touchscreen, and it looks blatantly similar to the Apple Watch. It features activity and sleep tracking. There’s a heart-rate sensor for accurately measuring your vitals while workouts. Unlike the Fitbit Surge, it lacks GPS tracker. Moreover, it can recognise workouts automatically and the FitStar feature provides workout videos from professional trainers.
Additionally, users can also start a “fit star workout” on the wearable, which provides step-by-step workout instructions and graphics to ensure that move is made in a right way. The Fitbit Blaze comes with a multi-sport mode that helps users in logging activities like biking, cardio, running, weights, yoga and more.
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