1. Don’t Just Call It a Tracker
Though the Blaze includes Fitbit’s high-end tracking systems, like its PurePulse heart rate tech and GPS compatibility, the company is clearly angling the Blaze as something that stays on a person’s wrist long after a morning workout. Its color touchscreen interface—the first ever from Fitbit—is fairly intuitive, and helps you sort relevant health information (heart rate, namely) in the gym or in the office.
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