Fitbit, the maker of the popular Fitbit Flex, is rolling out its Air band fitness band to the public in early September, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
The band, which is expected to retail for $200, will have a similar design to the Fitbit Charge HR, a fitness tracker that was launched earlier this year.
Fitbit is also bringing back the Charge HR’s band, the company’s third-generation model.
The new Air Band, which the company says is “the most intuitive, hands-free, and compatible wearable fitness tracker in the world,” will also have “an incredible array of features, including 3D voice recognition, built-in accelerometer and gyroscope, and an NFC (near field communication) connection for connecting to smartphones and other devices.”
The new device will be available to customers on August 16.
The company has been releasing fitness bands as well as accessories since 2013.
A few weeks ago, Fitbit announced a new band that could be worn on the wrist and was also rumored to be getting a wearable app.
According to The Wall St Journal, the new Fitbit Air Band will be made by Garmin and will be offered in two colors, gold and silver.
This will be the third time Fitbit has launched a new fitness band in the past few years.
Earlier this year, Fitbits fitness band was unveiled, but the company didn’t officially announce the release until July.
The Air Band has also been available for preorder through retailers like Walmart, Best Buy, and Target, and the company plans to have a launch party for the product at the end of the year.
The fitness band has a price tag of $200 that includes a wristband, earbuds, and a 3D printed heart rate monitor.