You’d be shocked at the amount of requests we get every day of people asking us to recommend a good wearable for fitness. Surely this is the era of smartwatches and fitness trackers, but not all of these products are good enough to address the needs of people who take fitness seriously. As a result, just like we review smartphones and smartwatches, we decided to create a separate segment that only focuses on the fitness capabilities of wearables. This is Pocketnow Fitness.

By now Fitbit has reached so much popularity in the fitness tracking business, that almost all of your comments last week asked for a Fitbit to be next. For episode 2 of Pocketnow Fitness there’s nothing we love most than address your requests, and we’re lucky that AT&T sent us this Fitbit Surge review unit a few weeks ago.

This is probably one of the best unboxing experiences ever, not just because of the high-quality presentation of the Surge, the high quality plastic, and the materials of the packaging, but because of the inspirational words you read as you unwrap the box. It’s then that you understand that this product was designed with fitness nuts in mind. It’s unconventional design, even though rugged, is actually rather cool, and the fit and finish of the materials clearly demonstrates much attention to detail. Watch our fitness-focused review of the Fitbit Surge.

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