Fitbit doesn't officially sell the Fitbit Blaze on its own website anymore. But you can still pick up its first smartwatch-like wearable from other retailers including Amazon and Best Buy.
Now it's certainly not as smart as the Fitbit's Ionic and the Versa smartwatches, but it does still offer a lot of those smarter features for less. Plus, it's still not a bad looking wearable either.
Essential reading: Fitbit Blaze v Fitbit Ionic
The Blaze uses 22mm watch straps, which means you can improve its looks significantly with official and third party strap options. We've put together a list of our favorite ones - from heading out on a night on the town to going to the gym, these are the best Fitbit Blaze straps you can buy right now.
If you've ever used a Fitbit Blaze stock band, you know they're just a tiny bit too thick. If you want a silicone band that not only feels better but is cheaper, too, Teak is worth exploring. The company is also so confident in its bands that they come with a lifetime guarantee. If it ever breaks, just let them know and they'll send you a new one.
Dizywiee Classic Genuine Leather
You want something classy, something you can wear to a nice night out at a fancy restaurant, but also something down-to-earth enough to be your daily driver. Say hello to the Dizywiee Classic Genuine Leather, made of 100% calfskin leather and ready to adorn your wrist with a soft touch.
$12.99 | Amazon
Umtele Sports Silicone
Want to make your Fitbit look a bit Apple-y? These sports silicone bands from Umtele are perfect for that. They mimic Apple's sport bands to an alarming degree, and you'll get them in some lovely colors for the spring and summer time, just when the weather is getting good enough for you to get back on your running schedule.
htparts Brown Leather with Rivets
If you're looking for something that's both high-end and a little showy, allow me to introduce you to htparts brown leather band for Fitbit Blaze. It's made to order and comes with a silver frame, matching the silver rivets in this alligator-style band.
LEEFOX Gray Silicone
If you don't want to spend the cash on Fitbit's own silicone bands, take a look at LEEFOX's options. Not only do they have a wide range of colors, they also will give you a stainless steel frame to match. Our personal favorite is the gray, which is both dark enough for the winter months and light enough for spring vibes.
$12.99 | Amazon
RustikLeather Single Tour
This handmade leather strap uses a combination of brown and black leathers to give you a simple, sumptuous experience on your wrist. The two-tone look gives this one a bit of a rich look, and its white stitching just gives it a tiny bit of character. It really finds a balance between simple elegance and showiness better than other bands we've found.
Bayite Floral Band
Looking to add some vibrancy to your wrist? Bayite's TPU band with a floral pattern is going to make you very happy. This is a soft material that feels comfortable on your wrist, and the gold frame is thrown in so you won't have to worry about matching that floral to something a little darker, like a black frame.
$12.99 | Amazon
Umtele Rugged Pro
Looking for something to protect your Blaze in the elements? Maybe you love cycling through rough hilltops, or your run takes you through rocky areas ripe for tripping. Umtele's Rugged Pro strap comes with built-in protection for your Blaze. So not only will you get a strong strap, you won't have to worry as much about smashing your fitness watch.
Nicwea Nylon Band
Apple's nylon bands have a fairly unique look compared to other nylon bands, so it's understandable if you're feeling just a little bit of envy. Lucky for Fitbit Blaze owners, Nicwea has decided to make a version of Apple's nylon band for the Blaze. You'll even get the silver oval clasp at the end. Just don't tell Apple.
£15.99 | Amazon
htparts Mesh Bracelet with Skull Charm
There is no more comfortable and classy metal band for your watch than a mesh bracelet, and if you're looking for one for your Blaze you can't do better than htparts. You even get a little skull charm, which is nice, though if you don't want to keep it you can always just, well, not wear it.
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