LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Keep, the popular fitness tracking app, for the first time exhibited at CES on January 8-11, 2019 in Las Vegas, highlighting its strong capability in big data, workout efficiency and connection to attract more global users. While showcasing the Keep app, Keep also unveiled three new KeepKit smart fitness terminals, and demonstrated to the world the KeepLink concept that aims at building a future fitness ecology.
KeepKit, Keep’s tech-based fitness devices brand, focuses on the new experience of family/individual fitness, giving users the most effective way to workout. At CES, three KeepKit smart fitness terminals are launched for the first time to the world.
- Keep C1 smart exercise bike
Smaller and quieter, Keep C1 bundles with a variety of cycling course guides. The bike can automatically adjust the resistance for optimal exercise effect. It also automatically monitors cycling movement data and uploads it to the cloud for analysis so that Keep can customize the course and workout plan for you.
- Keep W1 walking platform
Being the first choice for home workout, Keep W1 features strong interactivity with the Keep app and users, bringing a smarter workout experience. It can develop optimal walking courses for each user based on Keep’s big data to improve workout efficiency. It can also automatically adjust the speed to simulate outdoor walking scenarios, so that users can achieve outdoor workout effect even when they are indoors, eliminating issues caused by weather and air quality.
- Keep B1 smart bracelet
The bracelet supports the tracking of a variety of sports data, and can evaluate the user’s movement, making the workout more interesting and efficient. The bracelet is 50-meter waterproof, 24-hour heart rate monitoring, and has a one-week long battery life. The user can switch it to different modes including running, hiking, swimming, strength training and even basketball, badminton. The bracelet will help you record your workout time, mileage, heart rate changes and calorie burning, and sync them to your Keep account.
Keep also displayed Keep K1 smart treadmill and S1 smart weight scale launched last year and demonstrated KeepLink, which links fitness equipment, the Keep app, content, user data and hardware, while empowering traditional fitness products.
For global users, Keep has released Keep Trainer and Keep Yoga in 18 languages and has attracted more than 10 million users across the world.
Launched in 2015 with the aim of creating a “Freedom Stadium”, Keep is
keen to providing users with a one-stop sports solution that covers
fitness courses, running, cycling, social community, dietary guidance,
sportswear, and smart terminals.
Keep was listed as the “App of the Year, App Store Best of 2015”. Keep Trainer was listed as the “Google Play Best App of 2018” and “Google Play Best Self Improvement App of 2018.”