Garmin introduces vivofit 2 activity tracker wearable

Garmin introduces the vivofit 2 fitness wearable.

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CES 2015 - GPS product company Gartner has unveiled the vivofit 2 activity tracker, a smart device that has one year of battery life and can be worn 24/7. The wearable also includes interchangeable stylish bands that gives owners extra fashion flexibility.

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The device tracks progress all day and includes audible alerts that remind users when they need to get up and moving.

The Garmin vivofit 2 has a $129.99 MSRP and $169.99 with a heart hate monitor strap.

"Vivofit 2 removes all obstacles holding you back from establishing healthy habits," said Dan Bartel, VP of worldwide sales at Garmin, in a press statement. "Designed to be with you 24/7 with features including one-year battery life, audible move bar alert, always-on display with backlight and fashionable band options from the Style Collection, vivofit 2 keeps you motivated wherever you go."

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