Best fitness trackers for 2019
FITBIT CHARGE 3
This Charge 3 is the newest tracker in Fitbit’s lineup. this tracker has a sleek look with a button-less design and is an ideal size for both woman and man. The band on this tracker has a grayscale touchscreen display and a button with haptic feedback that serves as the home and back button. this tracker has all day heart rate monitoring, all day step counting, SmartTrack to automatically recognize workouts, and even period tracking for women that can be added as an option to the dashboard. All these features can be viewed in the Fitbit app, which still has the best app for health and wellness tracking. This piece also has a handy auto-stop feature that pauses your exercise when you encounter an intersection or have to tie your shoe. This Charge 3 also uses new goal-based exercise modes that let you set a goal and track how far or how long you need to go to complete it. This piece can also receive and respond to text messages, answer or reject calls and even get social media and email notifications.
SAMSUNG GEAR FIT2 PRO
This piece has a healthy dose of smartwatch capability, the option to store and stream music, built-in GPS, and water resistance, it’s a refreshing, cost-effective wearable. this Samsung Gear FIT2 Pro is also completed with a 1.2-inch Super AMOLED screen with 320 x 320 resolution. It even offers up a Google Maps-type map after logging a run or bike ride via its built-in GPS, displaying the exact route taken. This piece is also able to send notifications for Facebook and Twitter, phone calls, text messages, and phone calls.
APPLE WATCH SERIES 4
This watch has all-day battery life and a host of features that are hard to find on any other device. This watch is also complete with the electrocardiogram (ECG) app, which has been certified by the Food & Drug Administration, making the Apple Watch Series 4 the first over-the-counter ECG alternative for consumers. This watch also has a larger screen and two-times better performance over the Series 3. this fitness-oriented features watch also complete with GPS tracking, an altimeter that records changes in altitude, and onboard heart rate monitoring. It’s also waterproof up to 50 meters, offers support for a broad number of workout types, and even reminds you to stand after periods of inactivity.
WITHINGS STEEL HR SPORT
This hybrid smartwatch doesn’t have a touchscreen but it has a minimal LCD on the watch face. This watch tracks everything behind the scenes using subtle vibrations to alert you when a notification comes through or when you reach your step goal for the day.
Garmin’s Vivosport is a good option for multi-sport athletes who prefer a lightweight band over a larger smartwatch. the highlight of this smartwatch is its intgrated GPS, a feature that is rarely found in a fitness band, and easy-to-read color display. This tracker is also complete with a heart rate monitor, sleep tracking, and automatic workout tracking. Designed for the outdoors, this Vivosport is water resistant to 5 ATMs. This watch is also complete with running features such as personal records, a virtual pacer, Auto Pause, Auto Lap, and a walk/run mode. You can sync the tracker with the Garmin Connect app to view detailed metrics and track your progress over time.
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