Fitness Tracker Reviews

Garmin Quatix 6 Review: So much more than a boat watch

Garmin's Quatix 6 was built for life on the water, but its multisport features mean it's no slouch on land.
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Garmin Vivimove Style Review: Smart, timeless, quirky

With a hidden screen and no physical buttons, the Garmin Vivomove Style is as subtle as fitness watches come.
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Garmin Venu Review: Sporty everyday

Garmin's Venu isn't the ultimate fitness tracker, but its beautiful display will help you forgive it.

Withings BPM Core Review: Two out of three is just OK

Withings BPM Core is the world's first blood pressure monitor to include an ECG and a digital stethoscope. Being the first is not always the best.

Withings Connect review: Easy blood pressure monitoring

Withings impresses us again with a blood pressure monitor that looks more like a fashion accessory than a medical device, but works every bit as well.
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Fi GPS dog collar review: Finding Fido

With three-month battery life and a super compact design, the Fi GPS dog collar is discreet enough to slip on your pooch and forget about. Until you really need it.
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Garmin Forerunner 245 Music review

Garmin's new Forerunner 245 fitness watch offers advanced metrics, onboard color maps and music. Is this trio a winning combination? We put the watch through its paces to find out.

Fitbit Inspire HR review

Fitbit targets the new user with the Inspire HR, a low-cost, lightweight fitness tracker that covers all the basics. I put the device through its paces. It not only lived up to our expectations for an entry-level tracker, but sometimes exceeded them.

Huawei Watch GT review

The Huawei Watch GT shows what Huawei can do when it ditches Google’s Wear OS and comes up with its own smartwatch operating system. The result is a stylish watch with amazing battery life, but with some surprising omissions.

Huawei Band 3 Pro review

Huawei’s latest fitness tracker is the Huawei Band 3 Pro. At $70, it features built-in GPS, a heart-rate sensor, and can track your sleep patterns. But with very few differences from its predecessor, is it worth the upgrade? Let’s take a closer look.
Huawei Band 3 Pro review

Polar M430 review

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Nokia Steel HR review

Nokia Steel HR review

Fitbit Ionic review

Fitbit Ionic Review

Garmin Vivofit 3 review

Garmin vivofit fitness band review

Polar M450 review

polar m450 review

Fitbit Flex 2 review

Fitbit Flex 2

TomTom Touch review

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TomTom Spark 3 review

TomTom Spark 3

Mio Fuse review

Mio Fuse review

Uno Noteband review

Uno Noteband

Polar A360 review

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Fitbit Surge review

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Microsoft Band 2 review

Microsoft Band 2

Polar Loop 2 review

Polar Flow

Polar A300 review

Polar A300
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