Tracker and watch unite

The new Fitbit Force functions as both fitness tracker and watch.
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Strap it on

The Fitbit Force uses a flexible silicone strap that wraps around your wrist.
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Count your calories

Like the company's other trackers, the Force converts steps into calories burned par day.
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Flat, angular, yet flexible

The shape of the Fitbit Force is very angular, with lots of flat surfaces. Its rubbery band is very flexible, though.
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All one unit

Unlike its predecessor the Fitbit Flex, the Fitbit Force consists of all one sealed unit. You can also see the device's metal charging contacts on back.
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Go the distance

The Fitbit Force also displays steps in distance traveled. In this case it converts steps into miles.
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Press that button

Hitting the Fitbit Force's physical button will cycle through its various screens.
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Check the time

One of the most useful readouts on the Fitbit Force's screen is the time of day.
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Sweet style

The Fitbit Force's design may be a little futuristic-looking, but it has an attractive appearance and is comfortable enough to wear all day.
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