At S$318, the Fitbit Blaze is a fitness tracker with a smartwatch form factor.
It comes with a variety of optional straps beyond its default elastomer band (S$44). There’s genuine leather (S$$158) and stainless steel (S$208) alternatives.
It doesn’t just look pretty. Besides typical tracking metrics, it has a Heart Rate monitor that tracks both passive and active HR.
Fitbit tops it off with a colorful touch-sensitive display, making the tracker easy to understand and use. You can learn more about the Fitbit Blaze from our CES 2016 coverage here.
There’s the Fitbit Alta if you prefer a bangle-like alternative, and this fitness tracker reminds the sedentary user to move every few hours.
The vibrant OLED display may not be as advanced as the Blaze’s, but it still pushes notifications and all-day statistics on-demand.
As a braclet-type fitness tracker with interchangeable bands, it’s designed for automatic activity and sleep tracking.