Test and keep the new Fitbit Ionic
Would you like to review the first smartwatch from Fitbit, the Ionic which expands the selection of fitness trackers making this a rival to Apple Watch 2 and Android Wear.
The new Fitbit Ionic is water resistant up to 50 metres due to its seamless watch case; you can swim and wear it whilst in the shower. Gorilla Glass 3 promises a scratch-proof screen, and an inbuilt GPS antenna offers a stronger, more accurate satellite connection.
Fitbit Ionic fits comfortably on the wrist and compared to a lot of smartwatches, surprisingly light due to its aluminium body. The strap can be easily changed, and you can choose from several different styles from classic, sport to luxurious leather.
The Fitbit Ionic features a heart rate tracker which has been improved from the previous Fitbit trackers, and as a new feature for running, the Ionic now has an automatic pause option, which will be handy for when having to stop at traffic lights.
Fitbit is partnering with Visa, MasterCard and American Express for a new service called Fitbit Pay. You can do mobile payments through the new Fitbit Ionic.
There is 2.5GB of free space on the Fitbit Ionic, this means you can upload around 300 songs to the smartwatch and listen to your favourite music whilst exercising. Especially handy when going to areas with poor connection, or when you do not want to carry your phone with you.
Enter now for your chance to test and keep the new Fitbit Ionic which retails at £239.99. This amazing opportunity closes on 31st December 2018, and Testers Keepers will contact the chosen reviewer soon after.