Fitbit’s First Ever Headphone Is Here – Fitbit Flyer: Here you go with another section of product from Fitbit as it enters the Headphone section too. Fitbit is trying to mark a remarkable entry into the Headphones with its Fitbit Flyer, which is an In-the-Ear Wireless sports headphone, costing approximately $130 & will be featured in two variants i.e Lunar Grey & Nightfall Blue. This Fitbit Flyer is a fully Sweatproof headphone while providing upto 6 hours of long battery life upon one full charge with two sound modes. You all must also heard about the very popular & much awaited newly announced Fitbit Ionic & this Fitbit Flyer is also supposed to be launch with parallel to the Smartwatch in October.
Fitbit Flyer, Wireless Headphone From Fitbit Coming Soon:
Although if we talk about the design of this wireless headphone from Fitbit, it is somewhat typical types of fitness oriented headphones along with some other different features. The headphone features sports wings & fins which ultimately help in keeping the buds securely fitted into the ears & are also integrated into the bud. This can accordingly also be snapped off & changed for a differently sized wing or fin.
The Headphone is also Equipped with dual microphones for placing easier & quick phone calls that also helps in reducing external surrounding noises. Another unique thing is the Cord-shortener that is integrated with the cord for quick length adjustments.
With this Fitbit Flyer you will get enough backup for 1 hour by just charging for 15 minutes through the Quick-charging mode with the help of the Micro-USB port on the Inline remote. The same can also be paired with two devices at the same time & in that case user will be easily able to switch two devices like moving on from a PC to control through your phone without any hassle through Bluetooth settings. As it gets easily paired with any Bluetooth Audio device & also automatically pairs with the newly announced Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch whenever the proper range is achieved.
However Fitbit doesn’t seems claiming itself to be an Audio company but as Flyer is being marketed as a premium fitness headphone and it is definitely going to deliver awesome sound that will also include a Signature listening mode, there’s an amped up Power Boost mode developed by a company called Waves that pumps up the bass.
James Park, the CEO & co-founder of the company also stated: “As we launch our first smartwatch with on-device music, providing quality wireless headphones to better help users reach their goals is a natural extension of our product offerings,” “Coupled with research that shows 64 percent of fitness tracker owners are interested in purchasing wireless headphones, it also makes more sense for us to bring our unparalleled health and fitness expertise to this space to deliver what our consumers are looking for most: great fit they can count on all day and for any workout, along with high quality sound to keep them motivated.”