Fitbit Biking – Fitbit Charge HR — Run/Bike Ride Review
If you’re after a single product that can act as a cycling computer, while still monitoring other aspects of your lifestyle such as sleep quality and number of steps, then the new Fitbit Blaze could be a good option.
Launched at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week, the Blaze is the second Fitbit device to incorporate features after the Surge which was released back in 2014. However the Blaze is much more in the smart watch mold, with a larger colour screen similar to the one seen on the Apple Watch.
However, there are a few downsides which might make you think twice before making a purchase. Firstly, it is water-resistant not waterproof, so be sure to keep it clear of heavy rain, and it lacks its own GPS, meaning it has to use your phone in order to use GPS tracking.
If you’re set on a fitness tracker that also has the ability to host apps and comes with a GPS, you should look elsewhere. But if you want an easy to use watch to help monitor your overall health (and do some other neat things) the Blaze is a really good option.
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