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Fitbit Flex 2 review: Swim-tracking boosts this basic fitness band

Fitbit is on a roll this year, releasing four fitness trackers designed to appeal to just about everyone. The Blaze is a smartwatch designed to compete with the Apple Watch, the Alta is focused on style, and the Charge 2 is an upgraded version of the popular Charge. Fitbit just upgraded its Flex band, and the second-gen model is a lightweight, affordable activity tracker that easily handles the step-counting basics.
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