Fitbit has released the Blaze and the Alta, two new fitness trackers aimed at riders who are interested in measuring their activity, monitoring their calorie intake and expenditure, and keeping on top of their fitness regime.
The two models sit at different points within the existing range, with the Blaze positioned just below the Fitbit Surge, and the Alta just below the Charge HR. Both are aimed at those who like their wearable tech to blend in with everyday wear, with the Blaze in particular looking very much like a traditional watch, with leather and metal strap options available.
Both devices work with the Fitbit app, which runs on smartphones, tablets and laptops. Fitbit devices wirelessly sync with the app, updating the diary with key data providing a simple way to track exercise, calories, sleep and general activity levels. Both the Alta and the Charge are USB-rechargeable.
Fitbit’s Blaze (left) and Alta side by side
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