Nike introduces Nike+ FuelBand: count your every activity in style

Nike introduces Nike+ FuelBand: count your every activity in style
Having a smartphone in your pocket at all times should somehow change your daily life for the better, and if you’ve set an activity goal in your life the Nike+ FuelBand should help you count it and keep better focus with the help of your smartphone. It's a wristband, like the ones that went massively popular a couple of years ago, but packs plenty more cool. The FuelBand tracks your activities - running, walking, playing basketball, dancing or really anything - for all of that Nike is counting a Fuel score. That score is a combination of calories burned and steps taken, and you can also keep track of calories and steps alone with the 20-dot LED panel on the wristband.

The Nike+ FuelBand release date is set for February 22nd, and it’s coming with a companion iOS application, but an Android app is also on its way. The funky FuelBand is priced at $149, much less than the similar in functionality MOTOACTV watch, but it doesn’t have the MP3 player function. You can hit the source link below to pre-order yours,  but make sure to check out the videos below first.

source: Nike via Droid-life



3. Jerry209

Posts: 42; Member since: Sep 17, 2011

*on you lol Looks sweet thow....

2. Jerry209

Posts: 42; Member since: Sep 17, 2011

Should be like $ 79.99 or $99..99 tops TOPs America will put a gps one you make u feel cool with it too ;) god bless America

1. jbash

Posts: 345; Member since: Feb 07, 2011

price point is awful for these products. its marketed for a small niche of ppl. drop it to 50 for the wristband and 120 for the watch these puppies would sell well. the bands even have a small chance at fashion trend but need to adjust the price

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