Already leaked in a bunch of revealing renders, the looming Fitbit Versa "mass appeal" smartwatch gets a name... and one more high-quality promo image today.
Up for pre-order now, the $330 Fitbit Ionic: adidas edition goes directly up against the Apple Watch Series 3 Nike+. Next, Fitbit plans to unveil a smaller, cheaper smartwatch inspired by the OG Blaze.
As always, with the obscene breadth of Amazon, you'll find other Fitbit products on discount, though the savings will be more inconsistent than these sanctioned ones.
That troubled first full-fledged Fitbit smartwatch has to be around the corner now that its divisive design has been reportedly "finalised."
If you're passionate about fitness and interested in wearable devices, three relatively popular Fitbit gadgets are on a special sale right now at AT&T.
The Charge HR, Charge 2, Blaze, Surge, Flex 2, Flex Wireless and Alta are all on sale to some degree. What better reason to think about getting fit.
That oft-rumored, oft-delayed first full-on Fitbit smartwatch is rendered in press-friendly quality today, alongside the company's wireless headphones.
You know that first "proper" Fitbit smartwatch expected out... sooner or later? Third-party app issues are part of why it's taking so long to roll out.
Similar in design to the fitness-centric Blaze, but with GPS support and extra smarts in tow, Fitbit's full-on smartwatch isn't ready for primetime yet.
For a limited time, Fitbit's already affordable Blaze, Charge 2, Alta and Flex 2 wearable gadgets are even cheaper than usual.
Amazon's "Cyber Week" starts off on the right foot, with a $200 unlocked Moto Z discount, hefty savings on select Garmin and Fitbit wearables, and more.
Wearable enthusiasts have some tough choices to make today, as Amazon discounts everything from the Huawei Watch to select Fitbits and Garmins.
Fitbit is putting another one in the win column, exceeding analyst expectations for the second straight quarter in both sales numbers and revenue.
Fitbit faces a tough legal battle regarding the precision (or lack thereof) of heart rate monitors baked into some of its most popular activity trackers.
Fitbit sold more wearable devices than it anticipated during the year's first quarter, and earned more money, but profits were still pretty slim.
The Fitbit Blaze, the wearable champion's most elegant product yet, now ships to early adopters, as well as new ones, costing $200 stateside.
The Fitbit Blaze is official as the company is trying to make its fitness accessories appeal more, and the stylish Blaze might just look good enough to grab