Why Stop at Steps Counted? Track Your Stroke Count While You’re At It

Why Stop at Steps Counted? Track Your Stroke Count While You’re At It

Speedo and Misfit release a water-based wearable called Shine that tracks fitness, sleep, and your backstroke

Jason Brick
  • 20 august 2015

Wearable fitness trackers are nothing new this year—that technology broke big last year—but Speedo and Misfit are releasing a specialized wearable aimed at their core audience: fitness swimmers. This week in Burlingham, CA, they will introduce tracker Speedo Shine that tallies a swimmer’s lap and stroke count.

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