Fitbit has priced its IPO at $20 per share, above its previously increased range of $17 to $19. Set to debut on the NYSE under the symbol FIT, the company's offering will raise nearly $732 million. In addition to the increased offering price, the company has increased the amount of shares to be sold to a total of about 36.6 million. Having waited eight years to go public, Fitbit has raised roughly $65 million in VC funding from backers including Foundry Group (28.9% pre-IPO stake), True Ventures (22.4%) and SoftBank (5.6%). To see the company's path from founding to IPO, click here.