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Fitbit is looking strong heading right into the last IPO stretch.

The San Francisco-based company on Tuesday boosted the requireded rate array for its offering by $3 a share, valuing the health and fitness monitoring company at virtually $4 billion.

Despite an assault of competitors to consist of the Apple Watch, Fitbit is still seen as the leader in the wearable tool classification. Its prominent fitness bands are all the craze– even President Obama was just recently seen sporting a Fitbit Surge watch.

The lucrative business has actually offered about 20.5 million tools, which help gadget-obsessed, data-driven customers count steps and calories shed. Prices run the gamut from the $60 Zip clip-on to the $250 Surge wristwatch.

Fitbit strategies to sell 22.4 million shares at $17 to $19 a pop, up from its previous range of $14 to $16 previously this month, the company said in a regulatory filing.

Fitbit additionally revealed that very early investors and insiders intend to offer 12 million shares in the providing, up from 7.5 million shares.

The firm is requireded to price its shares Wednesday and also start trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange under the “FIT” ticker.