TRENDING: Just When You Thought Fitbit Couldn’t Get Better…

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If you like your accessories a little on the subtle side, you’ll finally be able to “find your fit” with Fitbit. Fitbit Alta is the company’s slimmest activity tracker yet. It features call, text and calendar alerts, reminders to keeping moving and auto sleep tracking with a gentle silent alarm, as well as all the classic features you rely on with older models.

Fitbit Alta
(Photo: Fitbit)

Functionality and style collide with these new bands which are available in a collection of luxe bands (think: metal and leather) or classic colors. Just as Tory Burch has released a line for Fitbit Flex, Alta will have a similar designer accessory collection. This hot new Alta tracker will hit stores in March, but you can preorder ($129.95) today.

This is the company’s second new tracker release in 2016, preceded by launch of Fitbit Blaze, a smart fitness watch that features FitStar workouts on the full-color touch screen. The Fitbit Blaze also includes GPS and SmartTrack automatic activity tracking and, to compare to Apple Watch, provides notifications for calls, texts and calendar alerts. This gadget, available for pre-order ($199.95) will also hit stores in March.

Fitbit Blaze
(Photo: Fitbit)

Both trackers don a battery that holds charge up to five days, promising to keep you connected longer and track your progress more accurately than ever. Will you switch to one of Fitbit’s shiny new toys?