CNET First Look
See Fitbit's new Charge 2 and Flex 2 in actionCNET's Dan Graziano gives you a first look at Fitbit's new trackers.
[MUSIC] FitBit is doubling down on style with the charge 2 and flex 2. These new fitness trackers join FitBit's already large line up of choices. Charge 2 is a full fledged heart-rate tracking band with a large display and lot's of bands styles and the other is a water poof little tracker that can be worn doesnt haven't have a display at all So what's new? The $150 charge to is a replacement to our favorite Charge HR and now resembles the already available FitBit Alta. It has a metal body, interchangeable bands with a larger display to show text messages, calendar alerts, and caller ID when your smartphone is connected. An interesting feature is the new guided breathing sessions. The tracker is able to determine your breathing rate and will then guide you to relaxation. The charge too also include the variety of sport profile including running, straight training, interval training and more. It's still have an optical heart rate sensor. [UNKNOWN] also using that sensor for a new feature called Cardio Fitness level which has a rough estimate to determine how fit you are As for the $100 Flex 2, this is FitBit's first swim proof fitness tracker and perhaps it's most stylish. It supports a variety of different bands, bengals, and is even a necklace you can place the pod into. Because it's water proof, the flex 2 can now track swimming workouts And [UNKNOWN] isn't a display? Five small LED lights are used to notify you about step progress, remind you to move into incoming calls and text messages. The Fitbit app has also received a flight update. Adding a new adventures feature This is a non-competitive challenge that let's you digitally travel to remote location based on your daily step goal. As of right now, there's only one location. You'll U 70 National Park which consist of 3 different trails. Both trackers are available for order now. You have a full review in the coming weeks. So, be sure to keep an eye on C Net dot com. [MUSIC]