The Fitbit Luxe is expected in SA this Winter, carrying a price recommended price tag of R3 399, bundled with a six-month Premium trial.
The Fitbit Ace 3 launches globally next week and will retail in South Africa for R1 799 as a fitness tracker designed with kids in mind.
After years of talks and going through approval Google has acquired Fitbit.
More expensive than the similarly specced Versa 3, the new Fitbit Sense is laden with features, but none of them feel truly must-have in nature.
The new Fitbit Sense is a wearable focused on wellbeing, but it is also one of the company’s most expensive smartwatches to date.
The company has seemingly volunteered not to use Fitbit data in order to avoid any kind of EU antitrust probe.
The Fitbit Charge 4 looks a lot like its predecessor, but the addition of built-in GPS makes this a wholly different wearable.
Regulators are wanting to know what Google plans to do with the health data that Fitbit captures on its devices.
Fitbit is only asking users in the US and Canada to join the study for now.
The new fitness-focused smartband will be available to purchase from local retailers after the lockdown.
The feature has been quietly rolled out by the wearable manufacturer.
The Fitbit Versa 2 is a solid smartwatch, but if your goal is fitness, there are better options out there.
Fitbit’s new smartwatch features an OLED display and built-in Alexa, with a new data-rich Premium service launching later this year.
Three out of Fitbit’s four new wearables can now be purchased locally.
There’s even a new one for the kids.
The latest fitness-focused wearable from Fitbit is a handy companion if you’re wanting to live an active lifestyle.
One of Fitbit’s most advanced fitness trackers to date, here’s my first impression of the Charge 3.
Fitbit’s latest fitness tracker is now available in SA, with classic edition costing R2 999 and special edition going for R3 499.