During CES 2014 back in January of this year the new iFit Active fitness tracker was unveiled offering users a variety of features to track their fitness and a new way to work out using Internet-connected fitness equipment.
The iFit Active fitness tracker has been designed to automatically track a users distance, steps, calories burned, and sleep patterns. Which are then recorded on the iFit Active device and synchronised to the iFit Active application via a Bluetooth 4.0 connection.
This week the iFit Active which is expected to retail for around $129 has been spotted making its way through the FCC, indicating that a US retail launch could be imminent. The iFit Active fitness tracker supports both iOS and Android devices and can be worn as either a watch, clipped to your clothing or used as a pod in your pocket. iFit explains a little more :
“The new iFit Active wearable band is the enhanced experience of iFit, as it goes everywhere with you. The iFit Active band is the only one to automatically switch settings from awake to asleep, based on customized settings in the iFit Active app. By personalizing sleep, workout and wake up schedules, the iFit Active wearable will automatically log all activity and sleep, without manually switching modes.”
For more information on the new iFit Active jump over to the iFit Active website for details or watch the video below. Unfortunately no information on worldwide availability has been released as yet, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.