Harley-Davidsons new line of waist trainers will debut on Amazon Fire devices in the U.S. on April 29, the company said Thursday.
The new waist trainer is a $79 accessory that connects to Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire smartphone, Fire smartphone and Fire tablet.
It comes with a strap that can be removed to fit on a Fire smartphone or tablet.
Amazon Fire owners can use the accessory to measure waist circumference, and it can measure the amount of food they consume and how much sleep they’re getting, the Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch Kindle Fire TV will have the same feature.
The new waist tracker will be available for $99.99 with an 18-month free trial.
The waist tracker works with Amazon Fire smartphones and tablets.
It has a wireless, motion sensing, accelerometer, heart rate sensor, and gyroscope sensor.
The device will also include sensors for detecting and monitoring food and other health information.
The company said that the device will be compatible with all Amazon Fire Android devices.
The accessory will also work with Amazon’s Alexa and Siri voice-activated assistant.
Amazon Fire devices have already launched in the United Kingdom, Canada, the U.
“United States, Australia, Germany, Italy, South Africa, France, Spain, and the United Arab Emirates, among others.