The company expects unit shipments to grow year over year, Park said.
Fitbit delivered mixed guidance for the fourth quarter, forecasting over 7 cents per share, beating analyst estimates of 6 cents. It sees lower-than-expected revenue of $560 million.
“We’re actually expecting to post profitability again in Q4, just like we did in Q3,” Park said. “Again, there’s a lot of positive momentum that we have going into the holiday season.”
— CNBC’s Tyler Clifford and Carmin Chappell contributed to this report.