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The Grip is a US-only product scheduled to arrive in the spring for $199.

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The Grip looks a bit like the Nike Fuelband with a ruggedized rubbery feel.

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The model pictured here is pre-production, but the final version will come in three different sizes.

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The band clasps around the wrist.

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The Grip will measure excercise, sleep, and estimate how many calories you're burning.

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The monochrome OLED display is touch-enabled.

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Built-in GPS could be huge for runners.

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Unfortunately, even with GPS off the Grip is estimated to last only 2 and a half days on a full charge.

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There are no physical buttons on the Grip. You'll instead have to rely on its display in order to navigate.

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