Byford keep Fit, a walker that comes with a walk-only seat and supports two hands, is available for purchase through the company’s online store.
The walker can be worn for up to three days, depending on your personal needs, with the battery life remaining approximately four days.
Byford also announced that its first smart walker will be available to customers in April.
The Walk-Me, a $199 smart walking and cycling device, can monitor your walking and biking activity and will notify you of any health problems, such as heart disease or stroke.
The Walk-ME also includes a heart rate monitor, which helps keep your heart rate under control.
According to Byford, the smart walking walker is the only walking and bike app available for iPhone, Android and Apple Watch.
Byford says the app will have features that make it more useful and easy for people to use, but it does not yet have the capabilities of a smart bike.
The company also said it will add a new smart walking app for iPhone later this year.
The new app will provide new features and functions, such to better match with people’s needs.
The walk-smart feature was first introduced with the new Walk-Fit, which was introduced at CES in January 2018.
The latest walk-fit models include the Walk-S, Walk-M and Walk-E, and will be released in late 2018 and early 2019.