Fitbit Blaze Fitness Watch

Jan 20, 2016

Category: Tech

If you’re not quite ready to fork over the money for a smartwatch, but are looking for more than just a glorified pedometer to place on your wrist, the Fitbit Blaze Fitness Watch might be right up your alley.

It’s outfitted with everything you’d expect from a modern day fitness tracker like a touchscreen LCD display, stainless steel case, and your choice of several different bands, tailored to fit your personality and style. Rather than trying to do a ton of things poorly, it’s focused on doing just a few things really well. The Blaze tracks your daily steps, calories burned, heart rate, sleep, and can even auto-track your favorite activities like playing sports or running, complete with FitStar integrations for on-screen workouts. You also still get all the simple notifications and GPS data from your smartphone – you know the same stuff you’d get from that pricey smartwatch, but with the ability to go an entire work week on a single charge. The Blaze retails for $200. [Purchase]

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