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.
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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