The new entry level band is smaller and lighter without sacrificing any of the features you want. But how much will it cost here in Australia?
The new UP2 will set you back $149 AU, and will be go on sale during June.
It’s not yet actually available online, but Jawbone has said it will be sold through Dick Smith, Harvey Norman, Officeworks, Apple and 247Wearables.
A step down from the UP3, the UP2 promises the 24/7 activity tracking you crave, at a slightly lower cost. Like usual, the UP2 pairs to your smartphone and uses the UP app to monitor your fitness.
The UP2 is water resistant, has a vibration alert and can last up to 7 days on a charge.
Check out the full Jawbone activity tracker range here.