Fitbit today rolled out a new fitness tracking watch, as well as a pair of new wristbands.
While not quite a smartwatch, the Fitbit Charge will run $250 and features eight sensors that can track everything from heart rate and location to the intensity of a workout and the number of calories burned.
According to a post on the company’s website, the Surge includes 3-axis accelerometers, gyroscope, compass, ambient light sensor, GPS and heart rate—working.
The Surge also boasts 7 days of battery life.
Fitbit also rolled out a pair of upgrades to its previous FitBit Flex wristband. The FitBit Charge and Carge HR will run $130 and $150 respectively.
Fitbit Charge HR will be available in early 2015, with blue and tangerine colors coming soon. And Fitbit Surge will also be available in early 2015 in black, with blue and tangerine coming soon after.
Check out the video for a closer look at the new Surge wearable below.