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I’m not sure how many people have heard of this device.
But, it’s an Android-powered smartwatch that, at $99, is worth every penny.
If you’re a big fan of Apple products, you might remember the Apple Watch.
But for most of us, we don’t necessarily need to buy something that lets us track our progress on our Fitbit.
And in this case, it doesn’t need to.
It’s a piece of wearable technology that’s been designed by Fitbit to track steps, distance, calories burned, and sleep quality.
A Simple Fitness Monitor.
The SmartWatch uses Google’s Android Wear platform and a few of the company’s sensors to track and log every step you take and your sleep.
Its smartwatch face lets you set it up with a custom music playlist or set it to sleep and wake based on the time of day and whether you’re tired.
It also has a built-in microphone that can make calls or read emails.
Fitbit claims the SmartWatch will track your heart rate and sleep patterns to help you stay fit and maintain healthy.
And, as long as you have a phone, you can get the phone app.
It’s an impressive device.
And while you might think it’s a little pricey, Fitbit says its cost per hour will be $2.95.
But you might not know that, if you’re on a budget.
The device also comes with a $15, two-year contract for a one-year subscription, which allows you to upgrade to a smartwatch for $25 a year.
If you need a $99 device to keep your heart, sleep, and fitness tracking devices up-to-date, you should definitely check out this device for yourself.
As for the Smartwatch, you’ll need an Android Wear watch, but you can pick one up from Fitbit for around $200.
While I’m sure the smartwatch will appeal to people who just want to get their fitness tracking down to a more affordable price, I’m glad to see the company taking on smartwatches in a different way.
Smartwatch on Amazon Amazon link