Two years since the original models were launched, Fitbit has announced the Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Flex 2 fitness wearable. After two years, Fitbit has reinvented the Charge and the Flex, because the upgrades look pretty good.

Fitbit Charge 2

Fitbit Charge 2:

Charge 2 has a larger display. The bands are interchangeable and the battery can last up to five hours. Once the tracker is be connected to your smartwatch and you’ll start getting notifications displayed on your screen. Charge 2 features a built-in heart rate monitor and a new feature called ‘connected GPS’. The wearable tracks multiple sports such as weightlifting, running, and biking. It tracks your sleep and gives you a silent reminder to move around. It tracks real-time stats on pace and distance, etc. Fitbit Charge 2 launches in mid-September 2016 and costs $149.95. It’s presently available in Fitbit official site.

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Fitbit Flex 2:

Flex 2 is small sized, it has no screen of its own and has five LED lights. The device is swim-proof. So you can go swimming wearing the tracker. The device tracks your swims, along with steps, distance, calories burned, active minutes, hourly activity, and stationary time too. The trackers track the wearer’s sleep and give you a silent reminder to move around. Fitbit Charge 2 launches in October 2016 and costs $99.95. It’s presently available in Fitbit official site.

Fitbit Flex 2

“Over the past nine years it has been our ability to innovate on both design and utility, and our deep understanding of what consumers want that has made us the leading global wearables company,”  Fitbit CEO James Park said in a statement. “We’ve revolutionised Flex 2 by making it swim-proof and adding more features in design than is 30 percent smaller than the original. We break new ground again with Charge 2, giving users a snapshot of their cardio fitness based on estimated VO2 Max.”

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