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On display at V&A South Kensington
Design 1900 to Now, Room 76

This object consists of 5 parts, some of which may be located elsewhere.

Surge

Wristbands
2014
Artist/Maker

Fitbit Surge, activity tracker wristband and watch, black watch with rectangular screen, there is a single button on the left edge of the screen and two buttons on the right edge of the screen.


object details
Object Type
Parts
This object consists of 5 parts.

  • Wristbands
  • Wristbands
  • Wristbands
  • Wristbands
  • Wristbands
Brief Description
Fitbit Surge, activity tracker wristband and watch, Fitbit Inc., 2014
Physical Description
Fitbit Surge, activity tracker wristband and watch, black watch with rectangular screen, there is a single button on the left edge of the screen and two buttons on the right edge of the screen.
Dimensions
  • Length: 20cm (Note: fits wrist 16-20cm)
  • Width: 3.4cm (Note: strap width)
  • Width: 2.1cm (Note: Screen)
  • Length: 2.4cm (Note: Screen)
  • Length: 92.1cm (Note: USB Charging Cable)
  • Length: 2.1cm (Note: Wireless Sync Dongle)
  • Width: 1.3cm (Note: Wireless Sync Dongle)
Gallery Label
From The Future Starts Here Fitbit Surge Fitbit 2014 16 A WEARABLE PERSONAL TRAINER Fitbit products intend to help wearers achieve a healthier way of life. These internet-enabled devices allow us to track our activity, exercise, sleep, weight and provide statistics in real-time. The rapid uptake of Fitbit demonstrates how we are enlisting wearable technologies as a means of self-scrutiny to analyse, and ultimately to publicise aspects of our health and lifestyle. Commercially available product. LCD touchscreen, elastomer wristband, stainless steel buckle V&A: NCOL.1063:1 to 5-2015(May 2018)
Credit line
Given by Fitbit Inc
Collection
Accession Number
CD.6:1 to 5-2015

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record createdFebruary 20, 2015
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