Fitbit has unveiled a new fitness tracker that tracks your calories burned and the calories you’ve burned through workouts.
The new Fitbit HR2 Trainer, which is $249.99, comes with a built-in heart rate monitor and accelerometer that’s able to provide an accurate record of your heart rate and pace throughout your workout.
It also has a smart tracker that automatically tracks the number of steps you take and the intensity of your workout sessions.
And the trainer will even show you your calorie and weight burned for each exercise, which can be a great way to keep track of your overall energy expenditure.
The device will be available in the U.S. for $249 on November 30.
The Fitbit trainer will be released in Canada on December 12.
The HR2 also comes with an adjustable strap that lets you adjust the strap’s height and adjust the trackers accuracy, as well as an adjustable band that can be adjusted for different wrist sizes.
It has a built in heart rate sensor that works with the Fitbit app to track your heart’s rate.
Fitbit is also releasing an Android app that lets users track their progress.
The HR2 can track workouts using a variety of fitness tracking apps, including Strava, Jawbone UP3, and others.
FitBit also said it will add a wristband sensor to the device in the future, which will allow users to wear their Fitbit to work, travel, or anywhere they need to keep an eye on their health.
The wearable tracker is the latest from the company that has been a leader in wearable technology in recent years.
The company is also building a new smartwatch that will work with the HR2 as well.
The smartwatch will be unveiled at a special event in New York City on December 20.