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Under Armour launches suite of connected fitness products

What's New? | January 6, 2016 | By:

Specialty-apparel developer Under Armour (UA) has unveiled its first Connected Fitness product portfolio and launched a new UA Record™ app designed to improve an athlete’s performance. The line of devices includes the UA HealthBox™ Connected Fitness system; UA SpeedForm® Gemini 2 Record Equipped, the brand’s first smart shoe, and two models of wireless headphones. The products are powered by the UA Record™ health and fitness platform.

Baltimore-based Under Armour also announced strategic partnerships with HTC and HARMAN International Industries Inc. Mobile technology specialist HTC collaborated with Under Armour on UA HealthBox to engineer and deploy a fully integrated system, while HARMAN, which specializes in connected technologies for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, partnered with UA to provide sport headphones.

The Under Armour Connected Products portfolio includes:

  • UA HealthBox: The world’s first Connected Fitness system made by athletes for athletes. The complete system includes UA Band, UA Scale, UA Heart Rate
  • UA Band: A sport band packed with advanced technologies that automatically tracks steps, distance, resting heart rate and sleep
  • UA Heart Rate: A compact heart-rate monitor
  • UA Scale: A Bluetooth- and Wi-Fi-enabled scale that measures weight and body fat percentage, and recognizes up to eight individuals
  • UA SpeedForm Gemini 2 Record Equipped: Under Armour’s first smart shoe tracks and stores data including time and date, duration, distance and splits
  • UA Headphones Wireless


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