Much like its older siblings, the Path can track steps, calories burned, distance traveled and how long you've been sleeping. You can also create custom vibration patterns to alert you to text messages, emails or incoming phone calls.
The watch also features an additional pusher designed to act as a Bluetooth remote for your smartphone, letting you play / pause music or trigger the camera. Much like Misfit's other products, you'll need to equip it with a cell battery, which is rated for a life of six months before burning out. And, as expected, you'll be able to take the Misfit Path swimming, since it is water resistant up to 50 meters.
The Misfit Path is available in four colors: stainless steel, rose, gold and stainless steel with gold accents, with prices starting at $150. All of the variants will be available to buy in the Spring from the company's official website.
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