Fitbit today revealed it has begun offering the Rise and Cost HR, the company’s newest activity trackers. Revealed in October, the 2 wearables sign up with the Charge and Flex in Fitbit’s preferred fitness band lineup.
Advertised as a Physical fitness ‘Super Watch’, the Surge includes a constant heart price monitor as well as an onboard GPS module for range, path, as well as elevation monitoring. Similar to other Fitbit wearables, the Rise additionally provides rest monitoring, quiet alarm systems, and all-day multi-sport task monitoring. Activity tracking, the Rise shows iOS alerts and also supplies songs playback control using the touchscreen LCD display.
Fitbit Charge HR
Alongside the Rise, Fitbit is likewise shipping the Charge HR, a version of the Fee physical fitness band that adds a continuous heart price monitor. The Cost HR supports the basic all-day activity as well as rest tracking offered in Fitbit’s line of fitness bands. It also assists Agent ID on its monochrome OLED display.
Both the Rise and also the Fee HR are offered to order today on Fitbit’s on-line storefront for $249 and $149, respectively. Fitbit has so much chose not to sustain Apple’s Wellness ecological community introduced with iOS 8, however there are a number of intermediary options to permit individuals to relocate Fitbit data right into the Wellness app.