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Fitbit Blaze fitness watch launching in India in March for Rs 19,999

The device is compatible with more than 200 Android, iOS, and Windows mobile devices.

Fitbit today revealed its new Fitbit Blaze fitness watch at the ongoing Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, USA. The fitness band will be releasing in many markets including India in March this year for Rs 19,999.

The smartwatch will be available in black, blue, and plum bands at introduction, along with a stylish collection of premium accessory bands and frames, the company said in a press statement.
Fitbit Blaze
The new Fitbit Blaze smartwatch comes with various enhanced fitness features like FitStar that delivers guided instructions and animated images to three of the most popular personal trainer workouts from FitStar, Connected GPS to deliver real-time exercise stats like distance, pace and minute-mile split times when connected to a smartphone, PurePulse heart rate tracking to track calories burned during each workout and also provides all-day insights into overall health, Multi-sport mode that lets you record specific activities like biking, cardio, running, weights, yoga and even better heart rate tracking, and SmartTrack that automatically recognizes and records continuous movement activities like biking, hiking and running, with general categories for aerobic workout.

The smartwatch also shows notifications, allows accepting and rejecting calls, reading text messages, and offers on-screen controls for playlists and volume when playing music from your connected smartphone and calendar alerts. The device also tracks your sleep pattern such as, how long and well you sleep, plus set a silent alarm that gently vibrates to wake you up.

On the battery front, company is claiming up-to five days of battery life when fully charged. The device is compatible with more than 200 Android, iOS, and Windows mobile devices.

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