Fitbit today introduced Blaze, its latest smart fitness watch at the CES 2016. It has a color touchscreen with a variety of clock faces, automatic exercise recognition, tracks steps, distance, calories and floors climbed, keeps tabs on your sleep, and can wirelessly sync with your phone or computer. It also offers smartphone notifications and music controls once connected to a smartphone, similar to the Fitbit Surge. You can also accept and reject calls directly from Fitbit Blaze when connected to a compatible smartphone.
It also supports personal training app FitStar that offers Connected GPS, PurePulse heart rate tracking, Multi-sport mode and SmartTrack automatic exercise recognition to help motivate. It has a slim design, interchangeable bands and frames. It promises battery life of up to 5 days on a single charge.
The Fitbit blaze comes in black, blue, and plum band options, is priced at $199.95 (Rs. 13,310 approx.), available for pre-order starting today and will be available starting in March 2016. The Classic high-performance elastomer bands available in black, blue and plum is priced at $29.95, Luxe genuine leather bands with stainless steel display frames in black, mist grey and camel are priced at $99.95 and the Luxe stainless steel link band with a stainless steel display frame in silver is priced at $129.95.
[Update: Fitbit has announced that the Blaze will be priced at Rs. 19,999 in India and arrives in March.]