Misfit today announced expanded color options available for its Shine 2 activity tracker, debuting four new Shine 2 colors accompanied by 14 new Sport Band options and four new Field Bands in woven nylon and leather.

According to Misfit, the new colors have been inspired by the "nostalgia of picturesque summer landscapes" with bold brights, muted pastels, and neutral colors to match all tastes. The company's Sport Bands have also been re-engineered to make them more comfortable and secure.

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Misfit's line of activity trackers are now available in hundreds of color and style combinations, giving Misfit buyers a wide range of customization options (the Ray was updated with new color options in July). Misfit says there are now 80 ways to wear the Shine 2 tracker and 150 combinations for wearing the Ray.

Both the Shine 2 and the Misfit Ray are simple activity and fitness trackers that keep tally of metrics like steps taken, calories burned, distance traveled, sleep duration, and sleep quality, and they have built in notification features for incoming calls and texts.

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Misfit will begin selling its new Shine 2 accessories starting this fall and they'll be available for purchase from the Misfit website. The Ray Fitness and Sleep Tracker will also be coming to Apple Stores in the fall in exclusive colors like Space Gray and Rose Gold, which are designed to match Apple devices.

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iClone Avatar
100 months ago
I'm glad that fitness tracker are starting to look pretty nice.
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SBlue1 Avatar
100 months ago
I'm glad that fitness tracker are starting to look pretty nice.
And less nerdy.
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