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Runtastic launches Moment fitness-tracking watch

Runtastic Moment fitness-tracking wrist watch
Runtastic Moment
This smart wearable has an analog watch face, is waterproof up to 300 feet, and offers basic fitness data tracking, coming in four different models that start at $130 USD.

Runtastic is an Austrian fitness company that has been recently purchased by Adidas for $240 million. Earlier today, they unleashed the Runtastic Moment, a smart wearable "that combines the fashion of a traditional watch with the functionality of a modern fitness tracker."

Runtastic Moment is an analog watch with fitness tracking capabilities that is powered by a standard battery, so it does not need to be recharged. It has a sturdy case certified to be waterproof up to 300 feet and tracks steps/distance, calories burned, active minutes, sleep cycles, as well as various fitness goals. This wearable connects to iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile handsets via Bluetooth. All data is synced with the Runtastic Me app.

Available models are Moment Fun and Basic, both selling for $129.99 USD while the Moment Elite and Classic are priced at $179.99 USD. More details can be found in the press release below.

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Codrut Nistor, 2015-09- 4 (Update: 2015-09- 4)
Codrut Nistor
Codrut Nistor - News Editor
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