Fitbit ionic smartwatch. The Fitbit ionic is designed to give you your fitness big picture. Housed in a sleek-looking wearable is a smart hub that provides coaching, workouts, tracking and more all backed by built-in GPS, multi-sport modes and smart track automatic exercise recognition. The Ionic functions as a traditional smartwatch, too, delivering notifications (like texts call sand calendar alerts) and access to apps, onboard music and built-in payments. The large watch face is on-trend with a bright display and sleek metallic accents that make this tracker infinitely wearable all day, every day. Product features dynamic personal workouts start dynamic personal coaching right on your wrist, complete with on-screen guidance during every move and routines that adapt based on your feedback. Built-in GPS Built-in GPS lets you see pace, distance and other key stats on display, while also recording elevation climbed, split times and a map of your route. Integrated Bluetooth, Wi-Find a GPS antenna in the unibody frame create a much stronger connection with satellites in space and more accurate tracking. Pure pulse continuous heart rate and track resting heart rate use pure pulse continuous heart rate to better track calorie burn, optimize intensity during workouts and measure your health and fitness over time. Get insights on your cardiovascular health and fitness by tracking your resting heart rate and following your heart rate trends over time. Multi-sport and smart track use run, bike and other multi-sport modes to track specific workouts with real-time stats on displayer rely on smart track to automatically record exercises for you. Swim proof and swim tracking wear Fitbit Ionic in the pool or rain and use it to track swim workouts with stats like lap counting, duration and calories burned. Cardio fitness level get a better understanding of your fitness level and learn how you can improve over time with a personalized cardio fitness score.
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