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Misfit Shine 2 Fitness and Sleep Tracker

Misfit Shine 2

Misfit just announced Shine 2, their second generation fitness and sleep monitor. Fully redesigned and enhanced, Shine 2 leverages the best of the original Shine’s elegant aesthetic and introduces powerful new functionality.

Shine 2 tracks activity and sleep more accurately with a 3-axis accelerometer and newly added 3-axis magnetometer. Users can now easily see progress and tell time in a halo of rainbow-colored lights, or get motivated with Misfit Move, a feature that encourages you to be active with a vibrational nudge. Text and call notifications and a silent vibe alarm are also new with Shine 2.

Shine 2 incorporates more advanced hardware and firmware — which means dramatically improved touch responsiveness with capacitive sensing technology, faster syncing, and extended Bluetooth range. Its 12 lights display over 16 million colors and are bright enough to be seen in direct sunlight.

Compatible with Misfit Link software, Shine 2 is more than just an activity tracker — it’s now a remote to connect with the world around you. Communicate with friends, turn your lights on, change your music, take a selfie, and more, all with a triple tap.

Misfit Shine 2 on wrist

Shine 2 references Shine’s original iconic design but features an even thinner aircraft-grade aluminum body, while retaining its signature 6-month battery life, 50 meters water resistance, and modular shape. Wear it anywhere, all the time, without having to charge it.

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Price and Availability

Shine 2 comes in Rose Gold and Carbon Black, is now available for purchase on misfit.com for $99.99, and will be available in retail locations worldwide in November 2015.

 

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