Typical. Just as I get my Garmin Vivoactive (Review coming soon) fitbit come out with the Fitbit Blaze. Featuring built in GPS, 5 day battery life and multi sport fitness tracking, Fitbit Blaze doesnt look too bad either.
The feature list for the Fitbit Blaze looks impressive. First of all there’s GPS tracking right from your write. Those of you who yearn to run without a phone to track your progress will love this feature.
The more expensive Garmin Vivofit does have an external heart rate monitor and GPS but it’s awful to use btw.
Also heart rate monitoring is built into the Blaze along with SmartTrack which will automatically record your activities. Of course no watch / fitness device is complete without notifications and smart watch capabilities.
Borrowing from Apple’s own Watch offering you’ll be able to get the Blaze in a number of different straps. Leather Band + Frame £59.99, Metal Links + Frame £89.99 and the plain old classic band will set you back £19.99.
Interested you can find out more via the FitBit Blaze site.