Fitbit’s latest wearable is part fitness tracker, part smartwatch. Building on the Fitbit Charge 2, the Charge 3 has a sleeker look and more capabilities, for $150. We take a closer look at what the Charge 3 has to offer.
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.
The market for fitness trackers is still alive and kicking thanks to companies like Garmin that are willing to try something new. A new style, metrics, and sensors help to set the Vivosmart 4 apart from the competition.
Mobvoi’s Ticwatch S is one of the most affordable Wear OS smartwatches on the market. For $160, you’ll not only get built-in GPS but also a heart-rate sensor -- adding more capability to your workouts and daily activity tracking.
Is there still a place for a simple activity tracker? Casio has shown there is, provided it looks nothing like a basic fitness band at all. This is the GBA-800, a watch in the classic G-Shock style with activity tracking inside.
Primogenitor of the heart rate sensor, Polar has fallen behind other fitness tracking companies in recent years. With some new smartwatch smarts, can the Polar M430 fitness tracker take back its rightful place?
Garmin’s latest wearable, the Forerunner 645 Music, is a full-featured fitness tracker that doubles as an impressive smartwatch. Featuring offline music streaming and storage, as well as the ability to make contactless payments, it’s a true jack-of-all-trades.
You want to wear a fitness tracker, but not one that only looks good with gym-wear? This is the Smart Baraka, made by Italian men’s jewelry-maker Baraka, which will look equally at home in the office as it will in the gym.