It's all in the wrist. 

Other than monitoring your heart rate and tracking your steps, distance and calories, it turns out your Fitbit Ionic and Fitbit Versa can also be used to buy stuff.

Fitbit, one of the world’s leading wearable tech companies, announced that starting from Oct 10, Fitbit Pay will be available in Thailand on Fitbit Ionic and Fitbit Versa smartwatches. The payment solution will also be available on the brand's newest tracker, the Fitbit Charge 3, starting from November. 

The US-based tech company has teamed up with leading Thai banks Kasikorn Bank, Krungthai Card and Siam Commercial Bank to offer its users the convenience and flexibility to make secure contactless payments on the go.

Customers of these banks can add a Visa or Mastercard credit or debit card to their Fitbit app and use their device to make payments on the go directly from their wrist. Setting up Fitbit Pay can be done through the Fitbit mobile app on iOS or Android devices in a section called Fitbit Wallet. To make a payment with the smartwatches, simply press and hold the button on the left side of the watch until your payment card is displayed, and hold the watch near the NFC payment terminal until a confirmation of payment appears on the device screen.

Like Apple Pay or Samsung Pay, Fitbit Pay uses an industry-standard tokenization platform for all transactions, ensuring that your card information is never revealed or shared to vendors or Fitbit. Additionally, you will also need to set up a personal 4-digit PIN code for extra protection.

You can get your hands on the Fitbit Ionic and Fitbit Versa at major retailers like Copperwired, Powerbuy, KingPower and B2S for B10,690 for Fitbit Ionic and from B8,490 for Fitbit Versa. The Fitbit Charge 3 will be available for purchase from November 2018 at B6,490. 
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