Earlier today, Fitbit announced two updates to its lineup including the Charge 2 and Flex 2. Both wearables succeed the first generation and pack more features and should offer an even better experience for an already popular product.
The 2016 Charge 2 has a built-in heart rate monitor, GPS, smartphone notifications, sleep tracking, guided breath sessions and a newer and bigger OLED screen. Some of these features were prevalent in the first generation, but have been improved to enhance your fitness life. The Charge 2 pricing will start at $149.95 in four colors. New this year is a 2-year protection plan for $34.99 per device.
The 2016 Flex 2 is a much cheaper option for those wishing to have a fitness monitor without breaking the bank. It’s also water-proof and comes packed with swim-tracking features, which is more of a reason to pick one up. On top of that are call and text notifications, automatically recorded exercises and can have added accessories to make it unique. The Flex 2 will start at $99.95 and will be available in four colors.
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