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Fitbit Force Fitness Tracker is Announced for $129.95

The obesity epidemic means people will have to start getting more active on a regular basis. That is why Fitbit is ready to bring you its Force fitness tracker, the most advanced wireless activity and sleep-tracking wristband.

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Fitbit Force Fitness Tracker is Announced for $129.95

Fitbit Force Fitness Tracker is Announced for $129.95

Fitbit wants to encourage an active lifestyle. Its Force fitness tracker can be worn comfortably on the wrist. It will tell all the vital stats along with number of calories burnt or steps taken. This cool device is actually an evolved counterpart of the Flex. Flex was the earlier wrist-fitting tracker by Fitbit. 

The main difference between the two is that Fitbit Force has an altimeter and OLED display screen to boot. The fact that it can be wrapped around the wrist means that it is convenient and accommodating. The Force comes in a sophisticated hue that combines navy blue and metallic tinges. It will cost you about $130. Keep in mind that Flex came for about $100.

All the feedback regarding issues people had with Flex have been addressed in the shape of the Force. The OLED display screen gives all the information in a crystal manner. It has an intrinsic recharging port. With a week to ten days worth of battery life, the device will be a cinch to use

However, it is not waterproof. The smooth and soft rubber material that fits so snugly around the wrist is another key feature that cannot be ignored. You won’t even feel its presence while wearing it. And it even monitors sleep patterns. A beautiful alternative to the ordinarily ugly technology you often see coming out of the satanic mills, this gadget is a must-have for the fitness-conscious crowd.   

Harley Pasternak, best-selling fitness and nutrition author, and celebrity personal trainer, said, “The new Force is a must-have tool for all my clients – it’s like having a personal trainer on your wrist. I use Fitbit products with my clients because they are easy-to-use, accurate and make people want to move more – and more movement means better health, better fitness and a better body.”

 

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