Fitbit Force vs Runtastic Orbit
A powerful Force for everyday fitness, this sleek wristband is with you all the time. Stay motivated to keep moving with real-time stats right on your wrist. Track steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned, stairs climbed and active minutes throughout the day. At night, track your sleep and wake up silently with a vibrating alarm.
Runtastic Orbit with companion app Runtastic Me offers you reliable, on-the-go tracking to help you get a better sense of your daily movements, personal habits and untapped potential. Data generated by Runtastic Orbit is synced with Runtastic Me wirelessly, allowing you to view comprehensive daily stats (including your sleep tracking!) in your Me app and on the Orbit’s display.
Latest news about Fitbit Force and Runtastic Orbit:
01.08.14. Runtastic launched Orbit, its own wearable gadget. The fitness-focused startup Runtastic, known for its run-tracking apps, is getting into wearables with Orbit, its first fitness tracker. The $119 Orbit is a tiny pod with a small screen and a silver button that slips either into a wristband or a belt clip. It tracks steps, distance, calories, active minutes, sleep and ambient lighting. What makes it remarkable isn't its features—step-tracking, in particular, is a commodity—but the thoughtfulness of its hardware and software design, particularly for people who work out a lot. The company is also launching a new iOS and Android app, Runtastic Me, a companion app for the Orbit that will serve as a hub for tracking all the fitness data collected by the tracker. The app also allows users to set fitness and sleep goals and track their progress over time.