With Fitbit’s newest product, the fitness company is moving beyond the wrist to a new body part: the ears.
On Monday, Fitbit launched its first-ever pair of wireless headphones, the Fitbit Flyer.
While Fitbit has branched out from wearable fitness trackers before with its Aria smart scale (the Aria 2 launched Monday as well), headphones are a totally new wearable for the company. But Fitbit CEO James Park called wireless headphones “a natural extension” of Fitbit’s fitness-focused product lineup.
The headphones come in two colours, cost $A199.95, and are designed to go hand-in-hand with Fitbit’s new smartwatch, which also launched Monday.
While we haven’t had a chance to fully test the Flyer yet (we have it in our offices and will publish our review in a few weeks), here’s everything we can tell you so far.
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