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Amazfit Partners with Target Stores Nationwide

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The Bip U Pro and Band 5 will be available in-store and online.

Amazfit has announced that Target stores nationwide will carry an expanded assortment of fitness trackers combining sports functionality and health management into one simple-to-use tracker.  

The Bip U Pro and Band 5 are available for in-store purchase at more than 1,900 store locations throughout the U.S. and online at  

The national retailer will offer two Amazfit fitness trackers for in-store purchase:  

The Bip U Pro is available in black and green and has a 1.43" screen coupled with a battery life of up to nine days. It allows for reviewing activity metrics, such as blood oxygen saturation while the GPS capabilities deliver more precise location tracking. 

The Band 5 offers sports modes including outdoor running, walking, cycling, treadmill, pool swimming, freestyle, indoor cycling, elliptical, jump rope, yoga , and indoor rowing, all with a battery life of 15 days.  

"As we strive to bring wearable fitness devices to consumers, we are thrilled to be partnering with Target to provide customers in-store purchase options to monitor their activity levels," says Mike Yeung, chief operating officer, Huami. "Amazfit fitness trackers provide outstanding battery life, have Amazon Alexa built-in, as well as heart rate and stress monitoring. We expect these competitively priced and budget-friendly trackers to help provide consumers with insights into key health and wellness metrics.”  


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