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Fitbit hopes its new fitness headphone will fly high

The company's first headphone, the Fitbit Flyer, swoops in on the crowded in-ear sports headphone arena, aiming to make a mark.
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Fitbit Flyer

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Fitbit's first headphone is an in-ear Bluetooth sports model that's ready for fitness and the company's new Ionic smartwatch.
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