Fitbit Blaze-4
Fitbit, which just launched its new Blaze wearable at CES this week, has been hit with a class-action lawsuit that could dissuade people from purchasing their hardware. The lawsuit revolves around Fitbit’s heart rate tracking, which is said to be innacurate “by a wide margin.” During periods of intense workouts, users are claiming the issue is especially bad. Perhaps more to the point, Fitbit allegedly refused to issue refunds for faulty devices. In a statement, Fitbit is vehemently denying any wrongdoing, saying it “strongly disagrees with the statements made in the complaint and plans to vigorously defend the lawsuit:” PurePulse [Fitbit’s…

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