The reviews are in, and tech experts have a lot to say about the newest additions to the Fitbit family. In addition to the positive buzz surrounding Fitbit Versa, industry journalists have also been raving about Fitbit Ionic: adidas edition, a special version of Fitbit’s first smartwatch, and its adidas Train app, the unique coaching experience developed with performance experts at adidas that includes six on-screen workouts aimed at helping to improve form, power, and speed. Check out the highlights.
Fitbit Ionic: adidas edition Reviews
Digital Trends: “All six of the workouts will provide users with detailed, step-by-step coaching to help runners through a series of movements. After all, form is key, and the adidas app is here to ensure that you’re staying safe and performing at your best. Because the app will be synced to the smartwatch, you will be able to complete your workouts anywhere at any time, even without your phone.” Read more at Digital Trends.
Highsnobiety: “You can expect to find all of the features included in the original Ionic, but it’s the addition of adidas Train that will most catch the eye of fitness fanatics and casual runners alike.” Read more at Highsnobiety.
Men’s Health: “If you’re a runner, you’re going to like the new version of Fitbit’s Ionic.” Read more at Men’s Health.
Shape: “From the convenience of your wrist, you’ll have access to helpful workouts like a five-minute dynamic warm-up to help increase your core temperature and get your body ready to work, or a five-minute run activation that’ll help you improve your hip, core, and shoulder stability. See ya later, sleepy glutes!” Read more at Shape.
Well & Good: “Having a trainer on hand 24/7 is now possible (well, in this case, on wrist!), thanks to a new collaboration between Fitbit and adidas: Instead of hitting the gym or heading to a class for your next workout, you can just look to a new wearable.” Read more at Well & Good.
Get Yours Today
Fitbit Ionic: adidas edition is available on Fitbit.com and in stores worldwide for $329.95. It comes with an exclusive two-tone sport band in Ink Blue and Ice Gray that is swim-ready and offers breathability for active workouts, with up to five days battery life*. Existing Ionic accessories, including the classic band and Horween leather strap, are compatible with Fitbit Ionic: adidas edition.
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Need some help figuring out if Fitbit Ionic: adidas edition is right for you? Head to Fitbit.com/compare and select up to three devices at a time to compare side by side.
*Battery life depends on use and other factors.
This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or condition. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, altering your sleep habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.