A free fitness tracker and treadmill is coming to your door.
It’s Horizon Fitness.
It was unveiled this morning at the IFA in Berlin.
Horizon Fitness is a virtual fitness track that can be used to track your daily steps, distance, calories burned, sleep, etc. It is not for sale yet, but you can pre-order it today for $79.99.
It will launch in Europe on September 5th and in the US on September 11th.
This is Horizon’s second product to hit the market.
In November, Horizon released the Horizon Fit, a treadmill for use with the Fitbit Flex, which costs $199.99, and the Fit, which is a smartwatch for $199, which you can also pre-ordered today for a $399.99 price.
The Horizon Fit uses a fitness tracker as the main interface, and also includes the ability to upload a GPS map to your smartphone or computer.
This means that you can monitor your step count, distance traveled, and calories burned with your phone, while also tracking your sleep.
The device also tracks your steps and distance traveled when you wear the tracker on your wrist, and is waterproof and comes with a battery that can last for up to six hours.
You can also download an app to help you track your steps on the tracker, but this is not yet available for Horizon Fitness in Europe.
The app allows you to track daily steps and calories, distance travelled, sleep and temperature, among other things.
For now, Horizon Fitness will only allow you to upload your GPS coordinates, so it will only track your current location.
You’ll be able to download a fitness app that tracks calories burned and steps, and this will allow you, for example, to track calories burned in the morning and calories consumed in the evening.
The fitness tracker is currently in beta, and you’ll have to wait until later this year for the product to come to market.
Horizon’s goal is to bring these kinds of products to the masses, but it’s unclear how they will actually fit into the mainstream fitness market.
The Fit and Fitbit are great fitness track devices, but they don’t offer enough information to tell us whether they will become the standard for the masses.
Horizon has made it clear that they don