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Special Edition Transparent Nike+ FuelBand ICE: I Can See Right Through You

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It looks like the Nike+ FuelBand is working well for consumers, and people who like to track their physical activities are rejoicing everywhere because nothing sucks more than buying tech that just doesn’t work (like the Jawbone UP). There is a new version of the Nike+ FuelBand coming out, and it’s called ICE.

nike+ fuelband ice activity bracelet

The Nike+ FuelBand ICE looks pretty spiffy, since it’s transparent and lets you see the guts of this high-tech bracelet. The FuelBand is designed to encourage you to work out, even if it’s just by taking a couple of walks a day, or just performing everyday activities.

The ICE version of the Nike+ FuelBand is will be a limited edition, and will be available starting July 27th in the NikeTown stores in London, San Francisco and New York. It will be available online starting the 12th of August, and will sell for $150(USD).

[via Geek & Hype]

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