Fitbit released its Fitbit Flex in the UK in February and the device features a more traditional fitness tracker in the form of a wristband.
It also comes with the ability to record data on steps and heart rate while also providing fitness data on distance and speed.
The Fitbit wristband itself is also the first wearable fitness tracker to support heart rate sensors.
In this article, we’ll explain how to use the Fitbit Power HR to collect data on your steps, calories burned and heart rates while also recording data on the activity you’re doing while wearing it.
Step 1: Find your Fitbits activity and heart-rate data