Fitbit launches 'Ionic' smartwatch, 'Flyer' headphones and 'Aria 2' smart scale in India

The Fitbit Ionic smartwatch is priced at Rs 22,990 whereas the Fitbit Flyer wireless headphones and the Aria 2 Wi-Fi Smart Scale will cost Rs 9,990.

Published Date
19 - Jan - 2018
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19 - Jan - 2018
 
Fitbit launches ‘Ionic’ smartwatch, ‘Flyer’ headphones and ‘Aria...

Fitbit has launched its ‘Ionic’ water resistant smartwatch, ‘Flyer’ sweatproof wireless headphones and ‘Aria 2’ smart scale in India priced at Rs 22,990, and Rs 9,990 respectively (for both Aria 2 and Flyer). The devices will be available starting February 2018 from retail chains like Reliance Digital, Croma, Helios and online partners in India. 

Fitbit Ionic smartwatch

The Ionic smartwatch comes with the new SpO2 sensor which Fitbit claims will make tracking deeper health insights like sleep apnea possible in the future. It also features heart rate tracking, on-device dynamic workouts, GPS tracking, contactless payments, onboard music, smart notifications, and is water resistant up to 50 meters. 

The device comes with app support and clock faces, which are available in the Fitbit App Gallery. The smartwatch also supports automatic activity and sleep tracking, cross-platform connectivity, and the company claims that it can last up to 5 days on a single charge 

Fitbit Ionic will be shipped in three colour combinations of smoke gray tracker and clasp with charcoal band, silver gray tracker and clasp with blue gray band, and burnt orange tracker and clasp with slate blue band.

Fitbit Flyer

Fitbit Flyer is the company’s first wireless headphones which sport a sweatproof design and support controls for music and calls. It sports dual microphones supports passive noise Isolation as well. The headphone boasts 6 hours of battery life, has quick charge support, sports multi-device connectivity, and is compatible with the Fitbit Ionic smartwatch.

Fitbit Aria 2

Fitbit has also launched the next iteration of its smart weighing scale, the Aria 2. Akin to its predecessor, the new Wi-Fi smart scale can connect to the Fitbit app (via Bluetooth) and is capable of measuring lean mass, BMI, body fat percentage, and of course, weight. The device supports eight different user profiles while maintaining their data private and it will be available in Black and White colour options. 

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