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Garmin's fitness tracker Vivofit goes fashionable

Garmin Vivofit 2, Jonathan Adler + Garmin Collection
Source: Garmin

More designers are getting into the wearable game, and Garmin's fitness tracker Vivofit is getting a fashionable upgrade.

On Monday at CES, the company announced a partnership with potter and designer Jonathan Adler, who designed new bands for the Vivofit to be worn in.

Garmin's new fitness band collection features patterned prints similar to those Adler uses in his home accessories. Garmin also announced the Vivofit 2, which has incremental updates to the first Vivofit, including a new backlight that enables users to quickly check their activity stats.

The device is similar to its predecessor, though, in that it still tracks calories, steps, distance and sleep, has a year-long battery life and is waterproof.

The new collection of bands as well as the Vivofit 2 are expected to ship in the first quarter of the year. The updated device will sell for about $130 bundled with a band designed by Adler.

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