Basis Peak now exports data to Google Fit and has new leather bands to celebrate


The Basis Peak, developed by a company underneath Intel, finally has support for Google’s health and fitness platform. The Basis Peak now shares data with Google Fit and other similar platforms. The data normally stored in the official app — heart rate, calories, and activities — can be on the move. Meanwhile, the app allows users to import their weight data from outside platforms.

Hit the break to see what else the Basis Peak got today.


Swiping up from the time screen immediately launches a stopwatch. The stopwatch feature will arrive in a firmware update on May 20.


And say hello to leather bands! The new Peak leather accessory straps are available in noir, fog, saddle, khaki, and blush. The cost for such a premium strap, though, is quite high. Basis wants $49 per strap. Customers seeking a cheaper option can choose between five options among the Sportvent accessory straps for $29.

Nothing comes too cheap with the Basis Peak.

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  • Chuck Rebew

    That’s cute, but still not the 3rd party integration most people want… MyFitnessPal, RunKeeper, MapMyFitness, Withings, etc.