Fitbit Flex 2
To date, this has got to be the most stylish Fitbit product; add its waterproof feature and you have a sure winner! When contrasted with its predecessor, it is 30% smaller which makes it considerably lighter too. Its discreetness and slimness are bound to attract you instantly.
On a single charge, the Fitbit Flex 2 fitness tracker keeps going for 5 days when used full time. Being of a smaller size than its predecessor, it consumes lesser power and delivers excellent result. To recharge it, simply pop it into its all new USB charger and you’re juiced up!
Fitbit Flex 2 features
In addition to the conventional features expected in a Fitbit such as measuring your steps, sleep, distance and calories, it does much more. The new Flex 2 will also automate the recognition and recording of your different routine exercising, for instance, swimming, biking and running. Move reminders are yet another addition.
Its luxurious band is not a rigidity
As a fashion statement, the Fitbit Flex 2 can be worn comfortable amongst your other accessories without sticking out like a sore thumb; these may include your necklace, metal bangles or even leather straps. Designers such as Vera Wang and Tory Burch will also produce even more luxury brands.
Unfortunately, the Fitbit Flex 2 has no heart rate monitor and is also devoid of a display; instead, it has 5 LED lights which indicate your various goals and how near you are to achieving them. On the bright side, however, the Fitbit app has such a wide social platform that this only appears like a minor inconvenience.
You get all this for only $100. By late September or early November, it will be available for shipping.
Fitbit Charge 2
For a long time, Fitbit Charge HR has been the company’s bestseller; a sequel of certain inevitability is being released just in time for the holiday shopping spree, the Fitbit Charge 2. Though its price tag is similar to that of its predecessor ($150), it has additional features and a completely new design. With its all-new steel body, the Charge 2 also features bands that can be swapped; accessories like rubber or leather are available as a pricier option ($180).
Fitbit Charge 2 biggest attraction
By all accounts, its new design appeals to many; add optional bangles to this mix and you realise that Charge 2 sells itself quite easily. Though it lacks heart rate measurement and a big display screen, its optional pendant accessories and optional bangles display enough fashion sense to vouch for it.
It’s a solid sequel
Just as you would expect from its predecessor, Charge 2 offers you automatic sleep and step tracking as well as continuous heart rate. Its battery is designed to last for5 days on a single charge. It’s OLD black and white display is, however, bigger with an even better overall design; you will be thus able to view a lot more training data through it. On your wrist, it will certainly feel better than its predecessor and prompt you to keep on checking to note the slightest changes in your activities.
Its strap features a solid watch-buckle design, hoping this is your favourite. Its tap sensitive display might act up and when it does, simply use the physical button on the tracker’s side.
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