Watch sports with your watch, or with a new pair of jeans.
A new fitness tracker from Adidas that can track and track your heart rate is about to get its debut at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The Adidas HR-V1 watch uses Bluetooth technology to monitor your heartrate and fitness level.
It’s the latest fitness tracking device from Adidas, which recently introduced its first smartwatch, the Fitbit Surge.
At CES, the Adidas HRV1, which costs $499, will be available exclusively through Adidas.com.
If you’re interested in wearing the new Adidas HR watch, you’ll need to buy it through the company’s online store, which also offers an array of fitness apps for iPhone, Android and other platforms.
With the new watch, Adidas will start selling the HRV3 smartwatch.
This is the new version of the AdidasHR watch that will be made available in the U.S. in early February, according to Adidas spokesperson Jessica L. Anderson.
There’s no word on when it’ll hit retail stores.
For now, the HR-v1 will be offered as a “watch only” item on Adidas.de, which is the company that offers the HR watches for the rest of the world.
The AdidasHRV1 smartwatch is the latest in a series of wearable fitness devices from Adidas.
It features a water-resistant, GPS-enabled heart rate monitor that measures your heart’s activity.
It also has an accelerometer, and the HR bands track your steps and heart rate, and display your heart rates and fitness.
The HR-2 is a different model that offers more in the way of fitness features.
Adidas HR-4, the first smart watch with an OLED display, was announced in August.
We recently reported that the HR4 will have a larger display, an optional GPS module, and an accelerometers.
Adidas also plans to release an Android version of its HR-series watches.