Fitbit in January during the CES 2016 trade show introduced the FITBIT Blaze with fitness tracking features along with customisable textured rubber bands, leather bands, and metal bracelet.
The Fitbit Blaze smart fitness watch will be globally available for buy starting in March 2016. It will be available with black, blue, and plum bands to begin with, along with a stylish collection of premium accessory bands and frames including leather and stainless steel. Priced at 19900.
Watchbazar got close to the Blaze and found it more stylish than its other Fitbit brothers and sisters, it actually looks perfectly presentable.It has an octagonal face with an elastomer band and steel casing.
Fitbit Blaze is a sleek, versatile timepiece that fits your personal style with:
- Premium interchangeable bands made from genuine leather, stainless steel and high-performance elastomer to let you design a look that’s extremely personal and a perfect fit – whether at the gym, in the office or out on the town.
- A unique modular design that allows you to easily remove and insert your tracker into a new frame, so you can wear Fitbit Blaze with style at work and then swap it instantly into a new frame with a workout-friendly wristband. Use the quick release spring bars to switch your bands and change the look of your device in seconds.
- Fitbit’s first vibrant, high-resolution, color touchscreen and multiple clock faces make the device uniquely yours and distinguishable from others.
Fitbit Blaze comes with features like FitStar on-screen workouts, GPS, PurePulse heart rate tracking, and SmartTrack automatic exercise. It can display smart notifications like call, text and calendar alerts and claims to have a battery life of up to 5 days. According to the company, the Blaze smartwatch will be compatible with more than 200 Android, iOS, and Windows mobile devices.
SmartTrack automatic exercise recognition automatically recognizes and records continuous movement activities like biking, hiking and running, with general categories for aerobic workouts (i.e., Zumba®, cardio-kickboxing and other dance classes) and sports (i.e., tennis, basketball and soccer). It gives you more ways to stay motivated and get credit for your workouts by effortlessly recording them in the Fitbit app and automatically adding them toward weekly exercise goals.
While FitStar personal trainer will deliver guided instructions and animated images to workouts (Warm It Up (8 minutes), 7 Minute Workout, and 10 Minute Abs), SmartTrack automatic exercise recognition will automatically recognise and record continuous movement activities like biking, hiking and running.