Misfit's latest fitness tracker isn't a disk or a pendant or a cube.
It's a watch.
The Misfit Phase tracks steps, sleeps, is 50 meter water resistant.
And it arrives in November for $175.
Watches that track fitness aren't new.
In fact, there are already a lot to choose from.
The Phase lacks heart rate tracking but has a long battery life of up to six months on a replaceable coin battery.
It's all-analog style design uses watch hands to tell fitness progress or even indicate watch notifications.
A small, cutout color window shows notification information, along with wrist buzzing.
The Phase has replaceable straps and can work with any 20 mm field band like NATO straps.
A pair of side buttons show fitness information and can connect to a limited set of programmable Misfit smart button functions.
At a few Are compatible with.
The Phase looks sharp, but it's all a matter of style.
If you're chosing a fitness watch with no digital display, you've got to make sure the look works for you.
We'll look at one when it arrives later this year.
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