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Tracker and watch unite

Strap it on

Count your calories

Flat, angular, yet flexible

All one unit

Go the distance

Press that button

Check the time

Sweet style

The new Fitbit Force functions as both fitness tracker and watch.
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The Fitbit Force uses a flexible silicone strap that wraps around your wrist.
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Like the company's other trackers, the Force converts steps into calories burned par day.
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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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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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The Fitbit Force also displays steps in distance traveled. In this case it converts steps into miles.
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Hitting the Fitbit Force's physical button will cycle through its various screens.
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One of the most useful readouts on the Fitbit Force's screen is the time of day.
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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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