Fitbit Ionic Lands in PH for Php15,690; Now with SpO2 Sensor and More!

Ciara Alarcon
Global wearable manufacturer Fitbit has announced that its latest smartwatch – Fitbit Ionic – is now available in the Philippines.

Fitbit Ionic Lands in PH for Php15,690
Fitbit Ionic Lands in PH for Php15,690; Now with SpO2 Sensor and More!

Just like other Fitbit devices, the Ionic can automatically track your steps, calories, floors climbed, and sleep stages. It can even see users’ cardio fitness level, and it helps them maintain their moments of calm, as well.

On top of those typical features, the device now sports new key features to better track user’s health and fitness. Users can even have a personal trainer through Fitbit Coach, giving them access on-device step-by-step instructions for 7 Min Workout, 10 Min Abs and Treasure Chest, and dynamic workouts based on user’s feedback.

As your fitness buddy, you can also automatically track your run with its new Run Detect feature. And with water resistance up to 50 meters, it features new Swim Exercise mode that tracks real-time laps, exercise duration and calories burned for pool swims.

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Moreover, it is packed with the new SpO2 sensor that estimates blood oxygen level, making it possible to track deeper health insights like sleep apnea.

The Ionic has 2.5GB of storage, as well, to let users store more than 300 songs on the device. Compatible with almost all smartphones, it will guide and motivate users, while making sure that they will still receive alerts when receiving call, text and calendar alerts, as well as notifications from apps like Facebook, Gmail, Instagram, Slack, and Snapchat.

The device comes with three color combination variants.
The device comes with three color combination variants.

The brand also promised that the device has up to 5 days of battery life on a single charge, or up to 10 hours if you’re using its GPS or playing music. It runs on Fitbit OS – the brand’s latest operating system for smartwatches that will be updated regularly.

It is now available nationwide through major retail partners, such as Digital Walker, Beyond the Box, iBook, Timeline, The Inboxstore, iLiberty, Globe Telecom, Proton, Mobile 1, Banana Telecom, iCenter Cebu, Ambassador, Abenson, Lazada, Zalora, and Shoplite stores.

It comes in three color combination variants, including silver gray tracker paired with blue gray band, smoke gray tracker with charcoal band, and burnt orange tracker clasped with slate blue band.

The Fitbit Ionic is priced at Php15,690.

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