After announcing the device on June 3rd, Samsung’s latest fitness wearable, the Gear Fit 2, is now available for pre-order from multiple online retailers. You’ll be able to order the device in black, blue, and pink for $179.99, and it’s set to ship on June 10th.

In case you missed it, the Gear Fit 2 packs a 1.5″ curved AMOLED display, a built in heart rate monitor, and GPS. The device able to track steps while walking or running as well as tracking other exercises such as cycling. If you’re interested in picking up the Gear Fit 2, head over to the retailer of your choice at the links above.

Samsung also announced the Gear IconX earbuds, which are a pair of Bluetooth headphones with 4GB of memory for storing and playing music. These are said to last 3.5 hours when listening to music stored on onboard and 1.5 hours when streaming from a phone — and they come with a nifty storage case for charging. Pricing has yet to be announced for these and release is set for Q3 of this year.

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