#CESlive: Newest ways to track your fitness from Fitbit

Daniel and Cali are talking with Fitbit live at CES 2014 about their fitness trackers, the Fitbit Force and Fitbit Flex. Both trackers can monitor your daily activities, sleep patterns, and more. The Fitbit Force also doubles as a pretty decent watch.

The Fitbit range of products are well integrated with many apps and other accessories such as scales. The Fitbit Force and Flex both pair with the Fitbit app for both iOS and Android so you never have to plug in either in order to sync your stats, no matter wherever you are. The Flex allows you to set goals and do most of what the Force does, but without the display. The Force is geared towards those that want exact counts with a display at all times.

Both are available now via the links below. Check out the entire video for more information on Fitbit as well as a look at what other products they integrate with.

Allyson Kazmucha

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asuperstarr says:

Very nice! Thanks for the review.

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JsLee14 says:

Love these fitness bands, I can't wait for the update to manage phone calls on my fitbit force :)

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LrMcD says:

DO NOT wear an electronic device in your bra! Never store your phone in your bra - or lay your tablet on your chest while laying down watching TV on it, etc. Always keep a few inches between yourself and any electrical field. But, especially, keep electrical fields away from your breasts! (P.S. Love my Fitbit Force!)

zdn1042 says:

I think the extra $ 30 is worth it for the display. Or maybe I just like seeing all my stats/info on my device.

Snowman888 says:

Awful, hostess seemed more interested in getting a free Fitbit.