Connect with us

Serious Hardware

Fitbit lets bike-tracking loose

Published

on

Fitbit has announced an outdoor bike tracking feature for Fitbit Surge users, which allows them to monitor distance, duration, average speed as well as their heart rate and calories burnt.

Fitbit has announced outdoor bike (road, mountain and BMX) tracking for Fitbit Surge users. Bike-tracking leverages GPS and other sensors on the device to allow riders to see distance, duration, average speed, heart rate, calories burned and the time: stats automatically sync wirelessly to the Fitbit app dashboard to review routes, speed and elevation in more detail. The Fitbit Surge now tracks all of these multi-sport activities and captures activity data in one place with easy to read historical charts and graphs.

Fitbit Surge offers the best of GPS, continuous wrist-based heart rate, all-day fitness tracking and smartwatch functionality in one device, with up to seven days of battery life. Multi-sport mode allow users to easily record running, cross training, cardio and now biking workouts – which automatically sync wirelessly to users’ accounts where they can easily view their exercise summaries.

Fitbit has also announced Multi-Tracker Support, which lets users seamlessly switch between Fitbit trackers throughout their day or week, so they can use the right tracker for any occasion. Users will now be able to pair up to six Fitbit trackers (one of each model) and MobileTrack (iOS only) to a single Fitbit account:

Availability

The Fitbit Surge is available from iStore and Dion Wired at a recommended retail price of R3 999. Fitbit Surge bike-tracking is now available to all Fitbit Surge users.

* Follow Gadget on Twitter on @GadgetZA

Continue Reading

Trending

Copyright © 2020 World Wide Worx