Fitbit Alta HR Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate Monitor

Fitbit has released Alta HR, its latest fitness tracker with integrated heart rate monitor. Need a stylish wearable to track your daily activities and help you reach your workout goals? Let’s continue checking.

Fitbit Alta HR Fitness Tracker

Fitbit Alta HR is an advanced and practical fitness tracker that comes in three sizes for different wearers. As we can see from the images, the wearable follows the same design of its predecessor, original Alta fitness tracker released early last year, so it showed off a sleek and discreet appearance design, and the wristband has six color options plus four optional bands in order to match different personal styles and special occasions.

The fitness tracker is able to track your all-day activity including steps, calories burned and distance, and it automatically detects workouts such as running, biking, elliptical and more. Furthermore, Fitbit Alta HR also automatically tracks your sleep duration and consistency, and using built-in heart rate monitor, the fitness tracker not only displays how hard you’re working during exercise, but also shows your time in light, deep and REM sleep.

Fitbit Alta HR Fitness Tracker

Moreover, Fitbit Alta HR also reminds you of moving when you sit for long. An integrated customizable clock face displays the stats you want to see and it also receives calls, text and calendar notifications from your smartphone. In addition, all tracking data will sync to its companion app which helps you set and reach goals for steps, exercise and more. Its built-in rechargeable battery offers up to 7 days of battery life on a single charge.

Fitbit Alta HR fitness tracker is priced at $149.95 USD ($179.95 for its special edition). If you’re interested, jump to Fitbit official site for its more details.

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  • Secundius

    I’d wish they’d make one Specifically for the Handicapped. Foot Paces are Nice, but Hardly Translates well to Wheelchair Travel…

    • Great idea! Maybe they just need to adjust the algorithm of their fitness trackers for fitting handicapped such as more focusing on the movement of arms instead of steps.

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