As the silly season draws near, LASER has announced it’s releasing its new ‘V-Fitness’ activity trackers to Big W next week, priced at an affordable $29.95 – $69.95.
Despite the low price-tag, the trackers claim to offer several premium features including; heart rate monitoring, sleep analysis, calories burned and more.
With both kids and adult models, the V-Fitness trackers are sweat resistant, offer up to seven days battery life, and the ability to share results with friends.
LASER’s new V-Fitness range will land in Big W stores nationally on November 12.
The news comes just days after the Australia launch of Fitbit’s new Charge 3 (A$229.95), with the company claiming pre-orders beat its former Versa.
Both products capitalise on rising wearable sales, with Telsyte claiming a 80% year-on-year jump in the number of smartwatches sold in Australia.
Telsyte claims ~15% of Aussie smartphone users now own a form of wearable tech.
LASER’s new V-Fitness range claims to attract first time wearable users, or the price-conscious.
V-Fitness trackers accompany a free Android and iOS app, with message alerts and alarms sent straight to a person’s wrist.
Chris Lau, LASER Managing Director, claims its new V-Fitness trackers fill a “critical need in the market” for competitively priced wearable devices with high-end features.
LASER V-Fitness Adult Activity Monitor ($69.95)
V-Fitness Kids Activity Monitor – RRP $29.95