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Eldorado Turquoise Hipanema

Description ELDORADO TURQUOISE HIPANEMA Hipanema

Tailles : S=16,5 cm, M=17,5 cm, L=18,5 cm

  • • Marque: Hipanema
  • • Couleur: Multicolore
  • • Tendances: Fait main
  • • Style: Bracelet
  • • Collection: Winter 2019
  • • Origine: Fabriquй en Chine

Bracelet Multicolore Hipanema Winter 2019

  • • Dйpartement: Femme Bracelet
  • • Ce produit comprend: 1 x Bracelet (Autres accessoires non inclus)
  • • Systиme harmonisй (SH): 71179000
  • • Date de mise en ligne sur BBS: jeudi 29 aoыt, 2019
  • • Quantitй en stock (Total de toutes les tailles): 3
  • • Numйro d’identification BBS: 140821
  • • Rйfйrence du fournisseur: H19seldotu
  • • SKU: 195600645
  • • Poids: 60g / 0.13lb / 2.12oz

Bracelet Hipanema
Pour homme et femme, le bracelet Hipanema dévoile ses envies de soleil et de liberté. Il est l’accessoire d’un jour, le must d’un été particulièrement animé. On se l’échange lorsque l’on est amoureux et on se l’offre pour prouver son attachement. Disponible en de nombreuses tailles, il tient bien au poignet sans faire de marques disgracieuses. Plus ou moins large, il prend en compte notre morphologie.

Hipanema est la marque résolument graphique, enjouée pour la ville comme pour la plage. A avoir absolument en différents styles et coloris, les accessoires Hipanema nous aident à renforcer notre confiance en nous. Ils sont notre atout charme, faciles à harmoniser à chaque tenue.

Les rubans de Bahia associés avec la légende des bracelets de Copacabana et les pierres de quartz avec une variété de coquillages. On peut les porter en double ou en tripple, le plus follement possible ! Découvrez la nouvelle collection de bracelet Hipanema. Hipanema a vu le jour après avoir rencontré deux. En savoir plus sur cette marque.

Photos pour Bracelet Multicolore Hipanema Winter 2019

La couleur peut lйgиrement diffйrer de l’image en raison des effets de lumiиre et des paramиtres de votre йcran.

Instructions d’entretien pour: Hipanema Eldorado Turquoise Hipane

Comment soigner vos bijoux en été ?

Vos bijoux ont besoin d’être bien soignés toute l’année, mais en été, c’est un challenge plu difficile. Suivez nos avis et conseils vous garantissant que vos boucles d’oreilles, vos bracelets, vos colliers et bagues survivent à la chaleur de la saison estivale !

1) Jouissez de beaux bijoux à la plage, mais avant de nager, retirez-les et placez-les dans un étui spécial. Que l’eau soit salée ou contient du chlore, elle abîme les métaux, et même les plus précieux. Elle peut aussi détruire la finition des pierres et leur donner un look terne. Il y a aussi le risque de perdre le bijou dans l’eau.

2) Lotions, écrans solaires, huiles corporelles et même les gels douche peuvent faire perdre à vos bijoux leurs éclats. Certains de ces produits laissent un film mat sur la surface du métal et des pierres.

3) Après avoir porté le bijou, nettoyez-le avec un doux chiffon propre et humide. Cela permet d’enlever le reste des lotions et produits que vous avez utilisés à la plage. Ils seront aussi aptes au stockage et ce jusqu’à la prochaine utilisation. Conservez le bijou dans un endroit propre et sec.

4) Comment conserver les bijoux ? Pour éviter les accrochages et les égratignures, rangez les bijoux dans un étui spécial avec des compartiments séparés, doublés de tissus de préférence.
5) Après l’été, vous pouvez confier le nettoyage des bijoux à un bijoutier professionnel qui peut aussi maintenir leur éclat et leur brillance.

Plaqué or, argent, cuir, or végétal (capim dourado) ou ruban ? Quel que soit le matériel de votre bijou, pensez toujours à les bien soigner. Vous serez récompensez par son bel éclat et ses étincelles qui illumineront votre look !

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Настоящие Условия предоставления услуг распространяются на исполняемый код Google Chrome. Исходный код Google Chrome предоставляется бесплатно на условиях лицензионных соглашений на программное обеспечение с открытым исходным кодом по адресу https://code.google.com/intl/ru/chromium/terms.html.

1. Взаимоотношения с компанией Google

1.1. Использование продуктов, программного обеспечения, служб и сайтов, принадлежащих Google (далее по тексту совместно именуемых «Услуги», за исключением услуг, предоставляемых компанией Google в рамках отдельного письменного соглашения), регулируется условиями юридического соглашения между Вами и Google. Под «Google» понимается корпорация Google Inc., главный офис которой находится по адресу 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States. В настоящем документе описываются основные положения соглашения, а также изложены некоторые условия данного соглашения.

1.2. Если с компанией Google не заключено иного письменного соглашения, то ваше соглашение с компанией Google всегда будет включать в себя по меньшей мере те условия использования, которые изложены в данном документе. Далее они именуются «Универсальные условия». Лицензии на программное обеспечение с открытым исходным кодом для исходного кода Google Chrome составляют отдельные письменные соглашения. В тех случаях, когда лицензии на программное обеспечение с открытым исходным кодом явным образом заменяют собой эти Универсальные условия, Ваше соглашение с Google на использование Google Chrome или отдельных компонентов Google Chrome регулируется лицензиями на программное обеспечение с открытым исходным кодом.

1.3. В Ваше соглашение с Google, помимо Универсальных условий, также включены условия, указанные в приведенных ниже Дополнительных условиях предоставления услуг Google Chrome, и условия всех юридических уведомлений, действующих в отношении Услуг. которые далее именуются «Дополнительные условия». В тех случаях, когда на Услугу распространяются Дополнительные условия, с ними можно будет ознакомиться в процессе использования данной Услуги либо прочитать в сопутствующей документации.

1.4. Универсальные условия и Дополнительные условия представляют собой юридически обязательное соглашение между Вами и компанией Google о пользовании Услугами. Эти документы необходимо внимательно прочитать. Совокупность этих юридических соглашений именуется далее «Условиями».

1.5. При наличии расхождений между Дополнительными условиями и Универсальными условиями, положения Дополнительных условий, относящиеся к соответствующей Услуге, будут иметь преимущественную силу.

2. Принятие Условий

2.1. Чтобы получить возможность пользования Услугами, необходимо принять Условия. Запрещается пользоваться Услугами, не приняв Условий.

2.2. Принять Условия можно следующими способами:

(А) нажатием кнопки принятия Условий, если она была добавлена компанией Google в пользовательский интерфейс той или иной Услуги; или

(Б) фактическим использованием Услуг. В этом случае Вы соглашаетесь с тем, что Google будет рассматривать факт использования Услуг как принятие Условий.

3. Язык

3.1. Перевод английской версии Условий на другие языки предоставляется исключительно в целях удобства. Вы соглашаетесь с тем, что все отношения между Вами и Google будут регулироваться версией Условий на английском языке.

3.2. При наличии расхождений между английской версией Условий и переводом английская версия будет иметь преимущественную силу.

4. Предоставление Услуг компанией Google

4.1. У корпорации Google есть дочерние и аффилированные компании по всему миру (далее – «Дочерние и Аффилированные компании»). В некоторых случаях эти компании будут предоставлять Услуги от имени компании Google. Вы признаете и соглашаетесь с тем, что эти Дочерние и Аффилированные компании имеют право на предоставление Услуг.

4.2. Компания Google постоянно вводит новшества с целью обеспечения максимального удобства для своих пользователей. Вы признаете и соглашаетесь с тем, что структура и характер Услуг, предоставляемых компанией Google, могут время от времени меняться без предварительного уведомления.

4.3. В этой связи Вы признаете и соглашаетесь с тем, что компания Google вправе прекратить (окончательно или временно) предоставление Услуг (или каких-либо функций в рамках Услуг) Вам в частности или пользователям вообще по своему усмотрению без предварительного уведомления. Вы можете отказаться от пользования Услугами в любое время. В случае прекращения пользования Услугами нет необходимости уведомлять об этом компанию Google.

4.4. Вы признаете и соглашаетесь с тем, что если Google заблокирует доступ к Вашему аккаунту, то Вы, возможно, не сможете пользоваться Услугами и осуществлять доступ к данным аккаунта, а также к файлам и информации, хранящимся в аккаунте.

5. Пользование Услугами

5.1. Вы обязуетесь пользоваться Услугами исключительно в рамках (а) Условий и (б) действующих законов, положений, а также общепринятых норм и правил соответствующей юрисдикции (в том числе законов, контролирующих экспорт и импорт данных и программного обеспечения в Соединенные Штаты Америки и другие соответствующие страны).

5.2. Вы соглашаетесь с тем, что не будете принимать участие в деятельности, мешающей работе или нарушающей функционирование Услуг или связанных с ними серверов и сетей.

5.3. Вы обязуетесь не воспроизводить, не дублировать, не копировать, не продавать, не обменивать и не перепродавать Услуги в каких-либо целях, если право на это не было предоставлено Вам компанией Google в отдельном соглашении.

5.4. Вы принимаете на себя полную ответственность (а Google не несет ответственность ни перед Вами, ни перед третьими лицами) за любые нарушения Ваших обязательств, оговоренных в Условиях, а также за все последствия этих нарушений (включая ущерб, понесенный Google).

6. Конфиденциальность и защита личной информации

6.1. Информация о применяемых Google способах защиты данных содержится в политике конфиденциальности компании на страницах: https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/?hl=ru и https://www.google.com/intl/ru/chrome/privacy/. Здесь изложены принципы, применяемые Google для обработки личной информации и обеспечения конфиденциальности пользователей при предоставлении Услуг.

6.2. Вы разрешаете использовать свои данные в соответствии с политикой конфиденциальности Google.

7. Содержание, используемое при предоставлении Услуг

7.1. Вы осознаете, что за всю информацию (файлы данных, текстовые материалы, программное обеспечение, музыку, аудиофайлы и прочие аудиоматериалы, фотографии, видео и другие изображения), к которой Вы можете получить доступ в процессе пользования Услугами, ответственность несет исключительно лицо, предоставившее эту информацию. Вся подобная информация будет именоваться далее «Содержание».

7.2. Вы должны понимать, что Содержание, предоставленное Вам вместе с Услугами, включая помимо прочего рекламные объявления, размещаемые в Услугах, а также спонсорское Содержание, входящее в Услуги, может быть защищено правами на интеллектуальную собственность, которые принадлежат спонсорам или рекламодателям, предоставляющим это Содержание компании Google (или другим лицам и компаниям, действующим от их имени). Запрещается изменять, сдавать в аренду, передавать, продавать, распространять и создавать производные продукты на основе этого Содержания (полностью или частично), если это не было разрешено компанией Google или владельцами данного Содержания в отдельном соглашении.

7.3. Компания Google оставляет за собой право (но не берет на себя никаких обязательств) частично или полностью просматривать, помечать, фильтровать, изменять, отклонять или удалять Контент из любых Сервисов. Для некоторых Сервисов компания Google может предоставлять инструменты, позволяющие скрывать материалы сексуального характера. К таким инструментам относится Безопасный поиск (см. https://support.google.com/websearch/answer/510). Кроме того, для ограничения доступа к недопустимым материалам можно использовать платные сервисы и программное обеспечение.

7.4. Вы осознаете, что при пользовании Услугами Вы можете столкнуться с Содержанием, которое носит оскорбительный, непристойный или неприемлемый характер, и что Вы пользуетесь Услугами на свой страх и риск.

7.5. Вы принимаете на себя полную ответственность (а Google не несет ответственность ни перед Вами, ни перед третьими лицами) за Содержание, которое Вы создаете, передаете или размещаете для показа в процессе пользования Услугами, а также за последствия указанных действий, включая ущерб, понесенный Google.

8. Права собственности

8.1. Вы признаете и соглашаетесь с тем, что компании Google (или ее лицензиарам) принадлежат все законные права на Услуги, включая права собственности и имущественные права, а также все права на интеллектуальную собственность, являющуюся частью Услуг (независимо от того, были ли эти права зарегистрированы, и от того, в каких юрисдикциях они соблюдаются).

8.2. Если не было иной письменной договоренности с компанией Google, Условия не дают никакого права на использование каких-либо торговых наименований, товарных знаков, знаков обслуживания, логотипов, имен доменов и других характерных торговых марок компании Google.

8.3. Если Вы получили право на использование каких-либо из этих торговых марок, заключив с компанией Google отдельное письменное соглашение, то Вы соглашаетесь с тем, что будете использовать их в соответствии с данным соглашением, всеми действующими положениями Условий и всеми применимыми условиями и рекомендациями по использованию торговых марок. С этими рекомендациями можно ознакомиться на странице https://www.google.ru/permissions/guidelines.html (или по другим URL-адресам, которые компания Google время от времени предоставляет с этой целью).

8.4. Компания Google подтверждает и соглашается с тем, что не получает от Вас (или Ваших лицензиаров) никаких прав, в том числе прав собственности и имущественных прав, в соответствии с настоящими Условиями на какое-либо Содержание, которое Вы отправляете, публикуете, передаете или размещаете для показа в Услугах или с их помощью, включая права на интеллектуальную собственность в отношении этого Содержания (независимо от того, зарегистрированы эти права или нет, а также от того, в каких странах они приняты). Если с компанией Google не было иной письменной договоренности, Вы соглашаетесь с тем, что несете ответственность за охрану этих прав и обеспечение их соблюдения и что компания Google не берет на себя никаких обязательств выполнять от Вашего имени необходимые для этого действия.

8.5. Вы соглашаетесь с тем, что не будете удалять, скрывать или изменять какие-либо уведомления о правах собственности (в том числе уведомления об авторских правах и торговых марках), которые могут быть получены вместе с Услугами или с их помощью.

8.6. Если компанией Google в письменной форме явно не разрешено иное, Вы обязуетесь в процессе пользования Услугами не использовать товарные знаки, знаки обслуживания, торговые наименования и логотипы каких-либо компаний или организаций таким образом, чтобы ненамеренно или преднамеренно вызвать ложное представление о владельце или уполномоченном пользователе таких товарных знаков, наименований или логотипов.

9. Лицензия, предоставляемая компанией Google

9.1. Компания Google предоставляет Вам персональную, действующую во всех странах, безвозмездную, непередаваемую и неисключительную лицензию на использование программного обеспечения, поставляемого компанией Google в рамках предоставления Услуг, в том виде, в котором оно предоставлено компанией Google (далее «Программное обеспечение»). Единственное назначение данной лицензии – это предоставление Вам прав на использование оказываемых компанией Google Услуг в соответствии с Условиями.

9.2. Вам (и любым другим лицам с Вашего согласия) запрещается копировать и изменять Программное обеспечение и любые его части, а также создавать на его основе производные продукты, реконструировать, декомпилировать и пытаться другими способами извлечь его исходный код, за исключением случаев, когда это явно разрешено или требуется по закону или когда на это было получено письменное согласие от компании Google.

9.3. В соответствии с разделом 1.2, если компанией Google в письменной форме явно не разрешено иное, Вам запрещается переуступать (или сублицензировать) свои права на использование Программного обеспечения, предоставлять залоговое право в отношении прав на использование Программного обеспечения или каким-либо иным образом передавать какие-либо права на использование Программного обеспечения.

10. Предоставляемая Вами лицензия на Содержание

10.1. Вы сохраняете авторские (и любые другие принадлежащие Вам) права на Содержание, которое Вы передаете, публикуете и размещаете с помощью Услуг.

11. Обновления Программного обеспечения

11.1. Используемое Вами Программное обеспечение может автоматически загружать и устанавливать обновления с серверов Google. Эти обновления предназначены для улучшения и дальнейшего развития Услуг и могут содержать исправления ошибок, дополнительные функции, новые программные модули и совершенно новые версии. Вы соглашаетесь принимать подобные обновления (и разрешаете компании Google предоставлять их Вам) в процессе использования Услуг.

12. Прекращение взаимоотношений с компанией Google

12.1. Настоящие Условия будут действовать до тех пор, пока не будут расторгнуты Вами или компанией Google, как описано ниже.

12.2. Компания Google может в любое время аннулировать заключенное с Вами юридическое соглашение, если

(А) Вы нарушили какое-либо положение Условий (или совершили действия, явно свидетельствующие о Вашем нежелании или неспособности соблюдать условия этого положения), или

(Б) компания Google обязана сделать это по требованиям законодательства (например, если предоставление Вам Услуг является незаконным или перестает быть законным), или

(В) партнер компании Google, предоставлявший Вам Услуги, прекратил сотрудничество с компанией Google либо прекратил предоставление Вам Услуги, или

(Г) компания Google прекращает предоставление Услуг в стране, в которой Вы проживаете или в которой Вы пользуетесь Услугами, или

(Д) предоставление Вам Услуг становится нерентабельным с точки зрения компании Google.

12.3. Ни одно положение, упомянутое в данном разделе, не затрагивает права компании Google в отношении предоставления Услуг, описанные в разделе 4 данных Условий.

12.4. Прекращение действия данных Условий не окажет влияния на какие-либо юридические права, обязательства и ответственность, которые действовали для Вас и для компании Google (или были получены в течение срока действия Условий) и для которых в данных Условиях предусмотрен неограниченный срок действия. При этом положения, изложенные в пункте 19.7, будут и в дальнейшем применяться к этим правам, обязательствам и ответственности без ограничения по времени.

13. ОГРАНИЧЕНИЕ ДЕЙСТВИЯ ГАРАНТИЙ

13.1. НИ ОДНО ИЗ ПОЛОЖЕНИЙ ДАННЫХ УСЛОВИЙ, В ТОМ ЧИСЛЕ РАЗДЕЛЫ 13 И 14, НЕ ДОЛЖНО ИСКЛЮЧАТЬ ИЛИ ОГРАНИЧИВАТЬ ГАРАНТИИ И ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТЬ GOOGLE В СВЯЗИ С ПРИЧИНЕННЫМ УЩЕРБОМ, ЕСЛИ ЭТО НЕ ПРЕДУСМОТРЕНО ДЕЙСТВУЮЩИМ ЗАКОНОДАТЕЛЬСТВОМ ЮРИСДИКЦИЙ, НЕ ДОПУСКАЮЩИМ ИСКЛЮЧЕНИЯ ОПРЕДЕЛЕННЫХ ГАРАНТИЙ ИЛИ УСЛОВИЙ, ОГРАНИЧЕНИЯ ИЛИ ИСКЛЮЧЕНИЯ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТИ ЗА УЩЕРБ И УБЫТКИ ВСЛЕДСТВИЕ ХАЛАТНОСТИ, НАРУШЕНИЯ ДОГОВОРА ИЛИ ПОДРАЗУМЕВАЕМЫХ УСЛОВИЙ, А ТАКЖЕ ЗА СЛУЧАЙНЫЙ ИЛИ КОСВЕННЫЙ УЩЕРБ. ТАКИМ ОБРАЗОМ, К ВАМ ПРИМЕНЯЮТСЯ ОГРАНИЧЕНИЯ, УСТАНОВЛЕННЫЕ ЗАКОНОДАТЕЛЬСТВОМ ВАШЕЙ ЮРИСДИКЦИИ. ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТЬ GOOGLE ОГРАНИЧИВАЕТСЯ В МАКСИМАЛЬНО ДОПУСТИМОЙ ЗАКОНОМ МЕРЕ.

13.2. ВЫ ЧЕТКО ОСОЗНАЕТЕ И БЕЗОГОВОРОЧНО СОГЛАШАЕТЕСЬ С ТЕМ, ЧТО ВЫ ИСПОЛЬЗУЕТЕ УСЛУГИ ИСКЛЮЧИТЕЛЬНО НА СВОЙ СТРАХ И РИСК И ЧТО УСЛУГИ ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯЮТСЯ ВАМ НА УСЛОВИЯХ «КАК ЕСТЬ» И «КАК ДОСТУПНО».

13.3. В ЧАСТНОСТИ, НИ КОМПАНИЯ GOOGLE, НИ ЕЕ ДОЧЕРНИЕ И АФФИЛИРОВАННЫЕ КОМПАНИИ, НИ ЕЕ ЛИЦЕНЗИАРЫ НЕ ЗАЯВЛЯЮТ И НЕ ГАРАНТИРУЮТ ВАМ, ЧТО

(А) УСЛУГИ БУДУТ СООТВЕТСТВОВАТЬ ВАШИМ ТРЕБОВАНИЯМ,

(Б) УСЛУГИ БУДУТ ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯТЬСЯ НЕПРЕРЫВНО, СВОЕВРЕМЕННО, БЕЗОПАСНО И БЕЗ ОШИБОК,

(В) ЛЮБАЯ ИНФОРМАЦИЯ, ПОЛУЧЕННАЯ ВАМИ В РЕЗУЛЬТАТЕ ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ УСЛУГ, БУДЕТ ТОЧНОЙ И НАДЕЖНОЙ,

(Г) ДЕФЕКТЫ В РАБОТЕ ИЛИ ФУНКЦИОНАЛЬНЫХ ВОЗМОЖНОСТЯХ КАКОГО-ЛИБО ПРОГРАММНОГО ОБЕСПЕЧЕНИЯ, ПРЕДОСТАВЛЕННОГО ВАМ В РАМКАХ УСЛУГ, БУДУТ ИСПРАВЛЕНЫ.

13.4. ЗАГРУЗКА ЛЮБЫХ МАТЕРИАЛОВ И ИХ ПОЛУЧЕНИЕ ИНЫМ СПОСОБОМ С ПОМОЩЬЮ СЛУЖБ GOOGLE ВЫПОЛНЯЕТСЯ ПО ВАШЕМУ СОБСТВЕННОМУ УСМОТРЕНИЮ НА СВОЙ СТРАХ И РИСК. ВСЯ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТЬ ЗА ЛЮБОЙ УЩЕРБ, ПРИЧИНЕННЫЙ ВАШЕЙ ВЫЧИСЛИТЕЛЬНОЙ СИСТЕМЕ ИЛИ ДРУГОМУ ОБОРУДОВАНИЮ, А ТАКЖЕ ЗА ПОТЕРЮ ДАННЫХ, ВЫЗВАННУЮ ЗАГРУЗКОЙ ПОДОБНЫХ МАТЕРИАЛОВ, ВОЗЛАГАЕТСЯ НА ВАС.

13.5. СОВЕТЫ ИЛИ ИНФОРМАЦИЯ В УСТНОЙ ИЛИ ПИСЬМЕННОЙ ФОРМЕ, ПОЛУЧЕННЫЕ ВАМИ ОТ КОМПАНИИ GOOGLE ИЛИ С ПОМОЩЬЮ УСЛУГ, НЕ ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯЮТ КАКИХ-ЛИБО ГАРАНТИЙ, НЕ ВЫРАЖЕННЫХ ЯВНО В ДАННЫХ УСЛОВИЯХ.

13.6. КОМПАНИЯ GOOGLE ОТКРЫТО ОТКАЗЫВАЕТСЯ ОТ ЯВНЫХ И НЕЯВНЫХ ГАРАНТИЙ И УСЛОВИЙ ЛЮБОГО РОДА, ВКЛЮЧАЯ, ПОМИМО ПРОЧЕГО, НЕЯВНЫЕ ГАРАНТИИ И УСЛОВИЯ ТОВАРНОСТИ, ПРИГОДНОСТИ ДЛЯ ОПРЕДЕЛЕННОЙ ЦЕЛИ И ОТСУТСТВИЯ НАРУШЕНИЙ ПРАВ СОБСТВЕННОСТИ.

14. ОГРАНИЧЕНИЕ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТИ

14.1. В СООТВЕТСТВИИ С ОБЩИМИ ПОЛОЖЕНИЯМИ, ОПИСАННЫМИ ВЫШЕ В ПУНКТЕ 13.1, ВЫ ЧЕТКО ОСОЗНАЕТЕ И БЕЗОГОВОРОЧНО СОГЛАШАЕТЕСЬ С ТЕМ, ЧТО КОМПАНИЯ GOOGLE, ЕЕ ДОЧЕРНИЕ И АФФИЛИРОВАННЫЕ КОМПАНИИ И ЛИЦЕНЗИАРЫ НЕ НЕСУТ ПЕРЕД ВАМИ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТИ ЗА:

(А) КАКИЕ-ЛИБО ПРЯМЫЕ, КОСВЕННЫЕ, СЛУЧАЙНЫЕ, СПЕЦИАЛЬНЫЕ, ОПОСРЕДОВАННЫЕ И ШТРАФНЫЕ УБЫТКИ, ПОНЕСЕННЫЕ ВАМИ, ВНЕ ЗАВИСИМОСТИ ОТ СПОСОБА И ОБСТОЯТЕЛЬСТВ ПРИЧИНЕНИЯ УЩЕРБА. К ТАКИМ УБЫТКАМ ОТНОСИТСЯ, ПОМИМО ПРОЧЕГО, УПУЩЕННАЯ ВЫГОДА (КАК ПРЯМАЯ, ТАК И КОСВЕННАЯ), УЩЕРБ ПРЕСТИЖУ И ДЕЛОВОЙ РЕПУТАЦИИ, ПОТЕРЯ ДАННЫХ, ЗАТРАТЫ НА ПРИОБРЕТЕНИЕ ЗАМЕНЯЮЩИХ ТОВАРОВ ИЛИ УСЛУГ И ПРОЧИЕ ВИДЫ НЕМАТЕРИАЛЬНОГО УЩЕРБА;

(Б) КАКИЕ-ЛИБО УБЫТКИ ИЛИ ПРИЧИНЕННЫЙ ВАМ УЩЕРБ, В ТОМ ЧИСЛЕ УБЫТКИ И УЩЕРБ В РЕЗУЛЬТАТЕ:

(I) ВАШЕГО РАСЧЕТА НА ПОЛНОТУ, ТОЧНОСТЬ ИЛИ ДОСТОВЕРНОСТЬ КАКОЙ-ЛИБО РЕКЛАМНОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИИ ИЛИ ЖЕ В РЕЗУЛЬТАТЕ СОТРУДНИЧЕСТВА ИЛИ СДЕЛКИ МЕЖДУ ВАМИ И КАКИМ-ЛИБО РЕКЛАМОДАТЕЛЕМ ИЛИ СПОНСОРОМ, РЕКЛАМНЫЕ МАТЕРИАЛЫ КОТОРОГО ВЫ ПОЛУЧИЛИ С ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕМ УСЛУГ;

(II) КАКИХ-ЛИБО ИЗМЕНЕНИЙ, ВНЕСЕННЫХ КОМПАНИЕЙ GOOGLE В УСЛУГИ, А ТАКЖЕ ВОЗМОЖНОГО ВРЕМЕННОГО ЛИБО ПОСТОЯННОГО ПРЕКРАЩЕНИЯ ПРЕДОСТАВЛЕНИЯ УСЛУГ (ИЛИ КАКИХ-ЛИБО ФУНКЦИЙ, ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯЕМЫХ В РАМКАХ ДАННЫХ УСЛУГ);

(III) УДАЛЕНИЯ, ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЯ ИЛИ НЕСОХРАНЕНИЯ КАКОГО-ЛИБО СОДЕРЖАНИЯ И ДРУГИХ ДАННЫХ, ОБРАБАТЫВАЕМЫХ ИЛИ ПЕРЕДАВАЕМЫХ В ПРОЦЕССЕ ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ УСЛУГ;

(IV) НЕПРЕДОСТАВЛЕНИЯ ВАМИ ТОЧНОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИИ ОБ АККАУНТЕ В КОМПАНИЮ GOOGLE;

(V) НАРУШЕНИЯ КОНФИДЕНЦИАЛЬНОСТИ ВАШЕГО ПАРОЛЯ И ДРУГИХ ДАННЫХ АККАУНТА ПО ВАШЕЙ ВИНЕ;

14.2. ОГРАНИЧЕНИЕ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТИ КОМПАНИИ GOOGLE ПЕРЕД ВАМИ, ОПИСАННОЕ ВЫШЕ В ПУНКТЕ 14.1, ДЕЙСТВУЕТ ВНЕ ЗАВИСИМОСТИ ОТ ТОГО, БЫЛО ЛИ КОМПАНИИ GOOGLE ИЗВЕСТНО О ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ ТАКОГО УЩЕРБА.

15. Политика в отношении авторских прав и торговых марок

15.1. Политика Google предусматривает ответную реакцию на уведомления о предполагаемых нарушениях авторских прав в соответствии с действующим международным законодательством об интеллектуальной собственности (в том числе с положениями Закона о защите авторских прав в цифровую эпоху, действующего в США) и удаление аккаунтов в случае повторных нарушений. Подробно с политикой компании Google можно ознакомиться на странице https://www.google.ru/dmca.html.

15.2. Компания Google рассматривает жалобы на незаконное использование товарных знаков в отношении своей рекламной деятельности (подробные сведения смотрите на странице https://www.google.ru/tm_complaint.html).

16. Рекламные объявления

16.1. Финансирование некоторых Услуг ведется с привлечением средств, полученных от размещения рекламных объявлений и маркетинговых материалов, поэтому в процессе использования таких услуг могут отображаться рекламные материалы. Эти объявления могут быть релевантны сведениям, хранящимся в Услугах, запросам, выполненным с помощью данных Услуг, и прочей информации.

16.2. Способ, режим и объем публикации рекламных объявлений, размещаемых компанией Google в Услугах, может быть изменен без соответствующего уведомления.

16.3. Ввиду того что Google предоставляет Вам доступ и возможность пользоваться Услугами, Вы соглашаетесь с тем, что Google вправе размещать рекламные объявления в Услугах.

17. Прочее содержание

17.1. Услуги могут включать в себя гиперссылки на другие веб-сайты, содержание или ресурсы. Компания Google может не иметь возможности контролировать сайты или ресурсы, предоставленные другими компаниями или лицами.

17.2. Вы признаете и соглашаетесь с тем, что Google не несет ответственности за доступность внешних сайтов и ресурсов, а также не берет на себя какую-либо ответственность относительно рекламы, продуктов или других материалов, размещенных на этих сайтах и ресурсах или доступных с их помощью.

17.3. Вы признаете и соглашаетесь с тем, что Google не несет ответственности за убытки или ущерб, понесенные Вами в результате осуществления доступа к этим внешним сайтам и ресурсам или возникшие в результате Вашей оценки точности, полноты или достоверности рекламной информации, продуктов и других материалов, размещенных на этих сайтах и ресурсах или доступных с их помощью.

18. Изменение Условий

18.1. Время от времени компания Google может вносить изменения в Универсальные и Дополнительные условия. При внесении изменений Google создает новую версию Универсальных условий и размещает ее на странице https://www.google.com/intl/ru/chrome/privacy/eula_text.html, а новые Дополнительные условия передаются Вам при использовании соответствующих Услуг.

18.2. Вы понимаете и соглашаетесь с тем, что использование Услуг после изменения Универсальных или Дополнительных условий рассматривается компанией Google как принятие этих условий.

19. Общие правовые условия

19.1. В некоторых случаях совместно с Услугами Вы можете (как в результате их использования, так и в связи с ним) пользоваться некоторыми услугами других лиц или компаний, а также загружать их программное обеспечение и приобретать у них товары. На использование таких услуг, программного обеспечения или товаров могут распространяться условия отдельного соглашения между вами и соответствующим физическим или юридическим лицом. В таких случаях Условия не влияют на правовые отношения между Вами и другими физическими или юридическими лицами.

19.2. Условия составляют полное юридическое соглашение между Вами и компанией Google, регулируют использование Вами Услуг (за исключением услуг, которые Google предоставляет на основании отдельного письменного соглашения, если таковые имеются) и полностью заменяют собой все предыдущие соглашения между Вами и компанией Google в отношении Услуг.

19.3. Вы соглашаетесь с тем, что компания Google может отправлять Вам уведомления, в том числе информацию об изменении данных Условий, посредством электронной почты, обычной почты или оповещений в рамках Услуг.

19.4. Вы соглашаетесь с тем, что отсутствие каких-либо действий или судебных исков со стороны Google, направленных на применение каких-либо правовых норм или средств, установленных Условиями (или которыми Google обладает в соответствии с каким-либо действующим законом), не означает отказ компании Google от своих прав и не препятствует компании Google использовать эти правовые нормы и средства.

19.5. Если какой-либо судебный орган, уполномоченный рассматривать этот вопрос, признает недействительность какого-либо положения данных Условий, то соответствующее положение будет исключено из Условий с сохранением действия всех остальных положений Условий. Остальные положения Условий по-прежнему будут действительны, и их соблюдение может обеспечиваться в судебном порядке.

19.6. Вы признаете и соглашаетесь с тем, что все участники группы компаний, среди которых Google является материнской компанией, являются сторонними бенефициарами данных Условий и что эти компании имеют право пользоваться привилегиями (или правами), предоставляемыми данными Условиями, и напрямую требовать их соблюдения в судебном порядке. Все остальные физические и юридические лица не являются сторонними бенефициарами данных Условий.

19.7. Условия, а также взаимоотношения между вами и компанией Google в рамках данных Условий регулируются законодательством штата Калифорния без учета несоответствия законов. Вы и компания Google соглашаетесь передавать дела на рассмотрение исключительно в суды округа Санта-Клара, штат Калифорния, для решения любых правовых вопросов, связанных с Условиями. Несмотря на это, Вы соглашаетесь с тем, что компания Google вправе требовать принятия обеспечительных мер (или использовать эквивалентные средства судебной защиты) в судах любой юрисдикции.

20. Дополнительные условия о расширениях Google Chrome

20.1. Условия этого раздела применяются, если Вы устанавливаете расширения на свою копию Google Chrome. Расширения представляют собой небольшие программы, разработанные Google или сторонними поставщиками. Они могут изменять и улучшать функциональные возможности Google Chrome. Расширения могут иметь более широкие привилегии доступа к Вашему браузеру или компьютеру, чем обычные веб-страницы, включая возможности чтения и изменения Ваших персональных данных.

20.2 Время от времени Google Chrome может обращаться к удаленным серверам (поддерживаемым Google или сторонними поставщиками) за обновлениями расширений, включая, помимо прочего, исправления ошибок или улучшения функциональных возможностей. Вы соглашаетесь с тем, что эти обновления будут автоматически запрашиваться, загружаться и устанавливаться без Вашего уведомления.

20.3 Время от времени Google может обнаруживать, что некоторые расширения нарушают Условия Google для разработчиков или другие юридические соглашения, нормы, законы и правила. Google Chrome будет периодически загружать список таких расширений с серверов Google. Вы соглашаетесь с тем, что Google может дистанционно отключать или удалять любое такое расширение с системы пользователя по своему усмотрению.

21. Дополнительные условия для организаций

21.1. Если Вы являетесь юридическим лицом, то частное лицо, принявшее условия от имени Вашей организации (во избежание недоразумений термин «Вы» применительно к юридическим лицам в данных Условиях означает организацию), заявляет и гарантирует, что оно уполномочено действовать от Вашего имени, что Вы подтверждаете наличие всех необходимых разрешений на ведение деятельности в соответствующей стране или странах, и Ваши сотрудники, служащие, представители и другие агенты, пользующиеся Услугой, уполномочены использовать Google Chrome и обладают законными правами применять к Вам данные Условия.

21.2. В соответствии с данными Условиями и в дополнение к лицензии, предоставляемой в Разделе 9, Google предоставляет Вам неэксклюзивную, не подлежащую передаче лицензию на воспроизведение, распространение, установку и использование Google Chrome исключительно на компьютерах, предназначенных для использования Вашими сотрудниками, служащими, представителями и агентами в связи с деятельностью Вашей организации, и при условии, что использование ими Google Chrome осуществляется в соответствии с данными Условиями.

12 августа 2010 г.

Дополнительные условия использования Google Chrome

MPEGLA

ДАННЫЙ ПРОДУКТ ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯЕТСЯ ПО ЛИЦЕНЗИИ В СОСТАВЕ ПОРТФЕЛЯ ПАТЕНТНЫХ ЛИЦЕНЗИЙ НА ТЕХНОЛОГИЮ AVC ДЛЯ ЛИЧНОГО И НЕКОММЕРЧЕСКОГО ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ ПОТРЕБИТЕЛЕМ С ЦЕЛЬЮ (i) КОДИРОВАНИЯ ВИДЕО В СООТВЕТСТВИИ СО СТАНДАРТОМ AVC («AVC-ВИДЕО») И/ИЛИ (ii) ДЕКОДИРОВАНИЯ AVC-ВИДЕО, КОДИРОВАННОГО ПОЛЬЗОВАТЕЛЕМ В РАМКАХ ЛИЧНОГО И НЕКОММЕРЧЕСКОГО ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ И/ИЛИ ПОЛУЧЕННОГО ОТ ПАРТНЕРА, ИМЕЮЩЕГО ЛИЦЕНЗИЮ НА ПОСТАВКУ AVC-ВИДЕО. ЛИЦЕНЗИЯ НЕ ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯЕТСЯ И НЕ ПРЕДНАЗНАЧАЕТСЯ ДЛЯ ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ В ИНЫХ ЦЕЛЯХ. ЗА ДОПОЛНИТЕЛЬНОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИЕЙ ОБРАЩАЙТЕСЬ В КОМПАНИЮ MPEG LA, L.L.C. СМ. HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM.

Adobe

Google Chrome может содержать один или несколько компонентов, предоставленных компаниями Adobe Systems Incorporated и Adobe Software Ireland Limited (совместно именуемыми «Adobe»). Использование вами программного обеспечения Adobe, предоставленного Google («Программное обеспечение Adobe»), регулируется следующими дополнительными условиями («Условия Adobe»). Вы – лицо, которому передается Программное обеспечение Adobe (далее «Сублицензиат»).

1. Ограничения лицензии.

(а) Проигрыватель Flash версии 10.x предназначен только для использования в браузере в качестве подключаемого модуля. Сублицензиат не имеет права модифицировать и распространять данное Программное обеспечение Adobe для использования в любых целях, кроме использования в качестве подключаемого модуля браузера для воспроизведения содержания веб-страницы. В частности, Сублицензиат не имеет права модифицировать данное Программное обеспечение Adobe для взаимодействия с другими приложениями, работающими вне браузера (например, автономными приложениями, виджетами, пользовательскими интерфейсами устройств).

(б) Сублицензиат не имеет права раскрывать API проигрывателя Flash версии 10.x через интерфейс подключаемого модуля браузера способом, допускающим его использование для воспроизведения содержания веб-страницы в качестве автономного приложения.

(в) Программное обеспечение Chrome-Reader запрещается использовать для визуализации документов PDF или EPUB, в которых применяются отличные от Adobe DRM протоколы или системы управления цифровыми правами.

(г) Механизм Adobe DRM в Программном обеспечении Chrome-Reader должен быть включен при работе со всеми документами PDF и EPUB, защищенными Adobe DRM.

(д) Если иное явным образом не разрешено технической спецификацией, в Программном обеспечении Chrome-Reader нельзя отключать функциональность, обеспечиваемую Adobe в Программном обеспечении Adobe, включая, помимо прочего, поддержку форматов PDF и EPUB и механизма Adobe DRM.

2. Передача электронными средствами. Сублицензиат может разрешить загрузку Программного обеспечения Adobe с веб-сайта, через Интернет, интранет или с использованием другой подобной технологии («Передача электронными средствами») при условии, что Сублицензиат обязуется принять разумные меры безопасности для предотвращения несанкционированного использования распространенных им копий Программного обеспечения, включая копии на CD- и DVD-дисках и других носителях, а также переданные электронными средствами (если это явным образом разрешено). При передаче электронными средствами, разрешенной настоящим документом, Сублицензиат обязуется предпринимать разумные меры, предлагаемые Adobe, в том числе меры безопасности и/или меры по контролю распространения Продукта Сублицензиата среди конечных пользователей.

3. Лицензионное соглашение для конечного пользователя (EULA) и условия распространения.

(a) Сублицензиат обязуется обеспечить распространение Программного обеспечения Adobe среди конечных пользователей по законному лицензионному соглашению в пользу Сублицензиата и его поставщиков. Данное соглашение обязательно должно содержать следующие условия («Лицензия конечного пользователя»): (i) запрет распространения и копирования; (ii) запрет модификации и производных работ; (iii) запрет декомпиляции, обратного проектирования, дизассемблирования и иных действий по представлению Программного обеспечения Adobe в понятной человеку форме; (iv) указание владельцев Продукта Сублицензиата (согласно Разделу 8) – Сублицензиата и его лицензиаров; (v) отказ от ответственности за косвенный, фактический, случайный, штрафной и опосредованный ущерб; (vi) иные отказы от обязательств и ограничения, принятые в отрасли, включая (по мере необходимости) отказ от обязательств по всем действующим нормативным гарантиям в полной мере, разрешенной законом.

(б) Сублицензиат обязуется обеспечить распространение Программного обеспечения Adobe среди своих распространителей по законному лицензионному соглашению на распространение в пользу Сублицензиата и его поставщиков, условия которого должны защищать компанию Adobe в той же мере, что и Условия Adobe.

4. Открытый исходный код. Сублицензиат не имеет права прямо или косвенно предоставлять или намереваться предоставить третьим лицам любые права или привилегии в отношении интеллектуальной собственности Adobe или проприетарные права, в результате применения которых данная интеллектуальная собственность станет предметом лицензии на программное обеспечение с открытым исходным кодом или схемы, согласно которой в результате использования Программное обеспечение Adobe будет (i) раскрыто или распространено в виде исходного кода, (ii) лицензировано для создания производных работ или (iii) станет распространяться бесплатно. Сублицензиат может бесплатно распространять Программное обеспечение Adobe в комплекте с программным обеспечением Google.

5. Дополнительные условия. С учетом обновлений и новых версий Программного обеспечения Adobe (совместно именуемых «Обновления»), предоставляемых Сублицензиатам, компания Adobe оставляет за собой право требовать принятия дополнительных условий и положений, действующих исключительно в отношении Обновлений и их последующих версий и при условии, что такие ограничения накладываются компанией Adobe на всех лицензиатов данных Обновлений. Отказ Сублицензиата принять такие дополнительные условия или положения означает утрату лицензионных прав на данные Обновления, а лицензионные права Сублицензиата на Программное обеспечение Adobe автоматически теряют силу на 90-й день с момента предоставления ему дополнительных условий.

6. Уведомления о проприетарных правах. Сублицензиат не имеет права и не может требовать от распространителей удалять или любым образом изменять уведомления об авторских правах, товарных знаках, логотипах и иные уведомления о проприетарных правах компании Adobe (и ее лицензиаров, если применимо), содержащиеся в Программном обеспечении Adobe, на его упаковке и в сопроводительных материалах.

7. Технические требования. Сублицензиат и его распространители могут распространять Программное обеспечение Adobe и/или Обновления только для устройств, которые (i) соответствуют техническим требованиям, размещенным на странице http://www.adobe.com/mobile/licensees, (или дочерних веб-сайтах), и (ii) были одобрены компанией Adobe, как указано ниже.

8. Проверка и обновление. Сублицензиат обязуется отправить на проверку компании Adobe каждый свой продукт (и все его версии), содержащий Программное обеспечение Adobe и/или Обновления («Продукт Сублицензиата») и подлежащий Проверке (критерии исключения сообщаются компанией Google). Сублицензиат оплачивает каждую отправку согласно действующим условиям проверки Adobe, опубликованным на странице http://flashmobile.adobe.com/. Распространение продукта Сублицензиата, не прошедшего проверку, запрещено. Проверка производится в соответствии с действующей процедурой Adobe, опубликованной на странице http://flashmobile.adobe.com/ («Проверка»).

9. Профили и Device Central. Сублицензиат обязуется указать в профиле определенные данные о Продуктах Сублицензиата в рамках процедуры Проверки либо иным способом и предоставить данную информацию в компанию Adobe. Компания Adobe имеет право (i) использовать информацию из профиля для проверки Продукта Сублицензиата (если такой продукт подлежит Проверке) и (ii) отображать информацию из профиля в системе Adobe Device Intelligence, находящейся по адресу https://devices.adobe.com/partnerportal/ и доступной посредством инструментов и служб разработки Adobe, в результате чего разработчики и конечные пользователи смогут получить представление о том, как содержание или приложения выглядят в Продуктах Сублицензиата (например, как отображается видео на том или ином телефоне).

10. Экспорт. Сублицензиат уведомлен, что законами и нормами США запрещен экспорт и реэкспорт определенных товаров и технических данных, произведенных в США. Программное обеспечение Adobe может подпадать под эти запреты. Сублицензиат соглашается не экспортировать и не реэкспортировать Программное обеспечение Adobe без соответствующих разрешений правительств США и других государств, если они необходимы.

11. Условия передачи технологии.

(a) Если иное не предусмотрено действующими разрешениями или соглашениями, заключенными с соответствующими сторонами, Сублицензиат обязуется не использовать и не допускать использования Программного обеспечения Adobe в целях кодирования и декодирования исключительно данных в формате .mp3 на любом устройстве, не являющемся ПК (например, мобильном телефоне или телеприставке), а также не допускать использования механизмов кодирования и декодирования mp3, содержащихся в Программном обеспечении Adobe, никакими продуктами, кроме собственно Программного обеспечения Adobe. Программное обеспечение Adobe может использоваться для целей кодирования и декодирования данных MP3, содержащихся в файлах .swf или .flv, которые содержат также видео, изображения и другие данные. Сублицензиат уведомлен, что за использование Программного обеспечения Adobe на устройствах, не являющихся ПК, как следует из запретов, изложенных в данном разделе, могут взиматься лицензионные и иные отчисления в пользу третьих сторон, которым принадлежат права на интеллектуальную собственность, связанные с технологией MP3, и что компания Adobe и Сублицензиат не выплачивают лицензионные и иные отчисления за такое использование в счет прав на интеллектуальную собственность третьих сторон. Если для такого использования Сублицензиату требуется средство кодирования или декодирования MP3, Сублицензиат несет ответственность за получение всех необходимых лицензий на интеллектуальную собственность, в том числе и необходимых патентных прав.

(б) Сублицензиат обязуется не использовать, не копировать и не модифицировать (i) исходный код On2 (являющийся частью Исходного кода), необходимый Программному обеспечению Adobe для декодирования видео в формате Flash (.flv или .f4v), и (ii) исходный код Sorenson Spark (являющийся частью Исходного кода), необходимый для исправлений неисправностей и улучшения работы Программного обеспечения Adobe. Все кодеки, включенные в Программное обеспечение Adobe, могут использоваться и распространяться только как неотъемлемая часть Программного обеспечения Adobe и не могут использоваться никакими другими приложениями, включая приложения Google.

(в) Исходный код может предоставляться с кодеком AAC и/или кодеком HE-AAC («Кодек AAC»). Использование Кодека AAC возможно при наличии у Сублицензиата соответствующей лицензии на необходимые патенты, согласно VIA Licensing, на конечные продукты или продукты, в которых используется Кодек ААС. Сублицензиат признает и соглашается с тем, что он и его сублицензиаты не получают патентную лицензию на Кодек ААС от компании Adobe по данному Соглашению.

(г) ДАННЫЙ ИСХОДНЫЙ КОД МОЖЕТ СОДЕРЖАТЬ КОД, ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯЕМЫЙ ПО ЛИЦЕНЗИИ В СОСТАВЕ ПОРТФЕЛЯ ПАТЕНТНЫХ ЛИЦЕНЗИЙ НА ТЕХНОЛОГИЮ AVC ДЛЯ ЛИЧНОГО И НЕКОММЕРЧЕСКОГО ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ ПОТРЕБИТЕЛЕМ С ЦЕЛЬЮ (i) КОДИРОВАНИЯ ВИДЕО В СООТВЕТСТВИИ СО СТАНДАРТОМ AVC («AVC-ВИДЕО») И/ИЛИ (ii) ДЕКОДИРОВАНИЯ AVC-ВИДЕО, КОДИРОВАННОГО ПОЛЬЗОВАТЕЛЕМ В РАМКАХ ЛИЧНОГО И НЕКОММЕРЧЕСКОГО ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ И/ИЛИ ПОЛУЧЕННОГО ОТ ПОСТАВЩИКА, ИМЕЮЩЕГО ЛИЦЕНЗИЮ НА ПОСТАВКУ AVC-ВИДЕО. ЛИЦЕНЗИЯ НЕ ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯЕТСЯ И НЕ ПРЕДНАЗНАЧАЕТСЯ ДЛЯ ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ В ИНЫХ ЦЕЛЯХ. ЗА ДОПОЛНИТЕЛЬНОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИЕЙ ОБРАЩАЙТЕСЬ В КОМПАНИЮ MPEG LA, L.L.C. См. http://www.mpegla.com.

12. Обновление. Сублицензиат обязуется не препятствовать действиям компаний Google и Adobe по обновлению Программного обеспечения Adobe во всех продуктах Сублицензиата, содержащих Программное обеспечение Adobe в составе пакета Программного обеспечения Google («Продукты Сублицензиата»).

13. Уведомления об авторстве и проприетарных правах. Сублицензиат обязуется указать Программное обеспечение Adobe в общедоступных спецификациях Продукта Сублицензиата и разместить все соответствующие товарные знаки Программного обеспечения Adobe (кроме корпоративного логотипа Adobe) на упаковке Продукта Сублицензиата и в рекламных материалах в том же виде, в каком будут приведены товарные знаки остальных третьих сторон, чьи продукты являются частью Продукта Сублицензиата.

14. Отсутствие гарантии. ПРОГРАММНОЕ ОБЕСПЕЧЕНИЕ ADOBE ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯЕТСЯ СУБЛИЦЕНЗИАТУ ДЛЯ ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ И ВОСПРОИЗВЕДЕНИЯ НА УСЛОВИЯХ «КАК ЕСТЬ», И КОМПАНИЯ ADOBE НЕ ДАЕТ ГАРАНТИЙ В ОТНОШЕНИИ ЕГО ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ И ПРОИЗВОДИТЕЛЬНОСТИ. КОМПАНИЯ ADOBE И ЕЕ ПОСТАВЩИКИ НЕ ГАРАНТИРУЮТ И НЕ МОГУТ ГАРАНТИРОВАТЬ ДОСТИЖЕНИЯ ОПРЕДЕЛЕННОЙ ПРОИЗВОДИТЕЛЬНОСТИ ИЛИ РЕЗУЛЬТАТОВ ПРИ ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИИ ПРОГРАММНОГО ОБЕСПЕЧЕНИЯ ADOBE. ЕСЛИ ИНОЕ НЕ ПРЕДУСМОТРЕНО ГАРАНТИЯМИ, УСЛОВИЯМИ, ЗАЯВЛЕНИЯМИ ИЛИ ПОЛОЖЕНИЯМИ, КОТОРЫЕ НЕЛЬЗЯ ИСКЛЮЧАТЬ ИЛИ ОГРАНИЧИВАТЬ СОГЛАСНО ДЕЙСТВУЮЩЕМУ ЗАКОНОДАТЕЛЬСТВУ ЮРИСДИКЦИИ СУБЛИЦЕНЗИАТА, КОМПАНИЯ ADOBE И ЕЕ ПОСТАВЩИКИ НЕ ДАЮТ ГАРАНТИЙ, НЕ ДЕЛАЮТ ЗАЯВЛЕНИЙ И НЕ УСТАНАВЛИВАЮТ УСЛОВИЙ И ПОЛОЖЕНИЙ (ПРЯМЫХ ИЛИ КОСВЕННЫХ, ПОДРАЗУМЕВАЕМЫХ ЗАКОНОДАТЕЛЬНЫМИ АКТАМИ, ОБЩИМИ ИЛИ ЧАСТНЫМИ ЗАКОНАМИ, СВЯЗАННЫХ С ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕМ ИЛИ ПРОЧИМИ УСЛОВИЯМИ) В ОТНОШЕНИИ, ПОМИМО ПРОЧЕГО, НЕНАРУШЕНИЯ ПРАВ ТРЕТЬИХ СТОРОН, ТОВАРНОСТИ, ЦЕЛОСТНОСТИ, УДОВЛЕТВОРИТЕЛЬНОГО КАЧЕСТВА ИЛИ ПРИГОДНОСТИ ДЛЯ ОПРЕДЕЛЕННЫХ ЦЕЛЕЙ. СУБЛИЦЕНЗИАТ ОБЯЗУЕТСЯ НЕ ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯТЬ ПРЯМЫХ ИЛИ КОСВЕННЫХ ГАРАНТИЙ ОТ ИМЕНИ КОМПАНИИ ADOBE.

15. Ограничение ответственности. КОМПАНИЯ ADOBE И ЕЕ ПОСТАВЩИКИ НИ ПРИ КАКИХ ОБСТОЯТЕЛЬСТВАХ НЕ НЕСУТ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТИ ПЕРЕД СУБЛИЦЕНЗИАТОМ ЗА УБЫТКИ, ПРЕТЕНЗИИ ИЛИ ПОНЕСЕННЫЕ ЗАТРАТЫ, ОПОСРЕДОВАННЫЙ, КОСВЕННЫЙ ИЛИ СЛУЧАЙНЫЙ УЩЕРБ, ПОТЕРЮ ПРИБЫЛИ ИЛИ НАКОПЛЕНИЙ, В ТОМ ЧИСЛЕ ЕСЛИ ПРЕДСТАВИТЕЛЬ КОМПАНИИ ADOBE БЫЛ УВЕДОМЛЕН О РИСКЕ ТАКОЙ ПОТЕРИ, УЩЕРБА, ЗАТРАТ, А ТАКЖЕ ЗА ПРЕТЕНЗИИ ТРЕТЬИХ СТОРОН. ПРИВЕДЕННЫЕ ВЫШЕ ОГРАНИЧЕНИЯ И ИСКЛЮЧЕНИЯ ПРИМЕНИМЫ В РАМКАХ, ДОПУСТИМЫХ ДЕЙСТВУЮЩИМ В ЮРИСДИКЦИИ СУБЛИЦЕНЗИАТА ЗАКОНОМ. СОВОКУПНАЯ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТЬ КОМПАНИИ ADOBE И ЕЕ ПОСТАВЩИКОВ СОГЛАСНО УСЛОВИЯМ ИЛИ В СВЯЗИ С ДАННЫМ СОГЛАШЕНИЕМ ОГРАНИЧЕНА ОДНОЙ ТЫСЯЧЕЙ (1000) ДОЛЛАРОВ США. Ни одно положение данного Соглашения не ограничивает ответственность компании Adobe перед Сублицензиатом в случае смерти или травмы, полученной в результате халатности или преднамеренного введения в заблуждения (мошенничества) со стороны компании Adobe. Компания Adobe действует от лица своих поставщиков только для целей исключения, ограничения и/или отказа от ответственности, гарантий и обязательств, указанных в данном Соглашении, но не в остальных случаях и не для остальных целей.

16. Условия защиты содержания

«Правила соответствия и надежности» – это документ, в котором изложены правила соответствия и надежности Программного обеспечения Adobe, размещенный по адресу http://www.adobe.com/mobile/licensees или на дочерних веб-сайтах.

«Функции защиты содержания» – это элементы Программного обеспечения Adobe, разработанные с целью обеспечить выполнение Правил соответствия и надежности и для предотвращения воспроизведения, копирования, модификации, вторичного распространения и других действий в отношении цифрового содержания, распространяемого для использования пользователями Программного обеспечения Adobe, если такие действия не разрешены соответствующими владельцами цифрового содержания или его лицензированными распространителями.

«Код защиты содержания» – это код, включенный в некоторые версии Программного обеспечения Adobe, активирующий определенные функции защиты содержания.

«Ключ» – это криптографическое значение, содержащееся в Программном обеспечении Adobe и используемое для дешифрования цифрового содержимого.

(б) Ограничения лицензии. Право Сублицензиата на применение лицензий в отношении Программного обеспечения Adobe регулируется следующими дополнительными ограничениями и обязательствами. Сублицензиат обязуется обеспечить соблюдение своими клиентами данных ограничений и обязательств в отношении Программного обеспечения Adobe в той же мере, в какой они распространяются на самого Сублицензиата. Несоблюдение клиентами Сублицензиата данных дополнительных ограничений и обязательств будет расцениваться как существенное нарушение ограничений и обязательств Сублицензиатом.

б.1. Сублицензиат и его клиенты могут распространять Программное обеспечение Adobe, отвечающее Правилам соответствия и надежности, только если данное соответствие было подтверждено в результате Проверки, описанной выше в Условиях Adobe.

б.2. Сублицензиат обязуется: 1) не препятствовать работе Функций защиты контента Программного обеспечения Adobe и любого другого подобного Программного обеспечения Adobe, используемого для шифрования и дешифрования контента в целях его разрешенного использования пользователями Программного обеспечения Adobe; 2) не разрабатывать и не распространять продукты, которые препятствовали бы работе Функций защиты контента Программного обеспечения Adobe и любого другого подобного Программного обеспечения Adobe, используемого для шифрования и дешифрования контента в целях его разрешенного использования пользователями Программного обеспечения Adobe.

(в) Ключи, упоминаемые в настоящем документе, являются конфиденциальной информацией компании Adobe, и Сублицензиат обязуется соблюдать Процедуры обращения с исходным кодом компании Adobe, которые могут быть предоставлены компанией Adobe в письменной форме по запросу.

(г) Обеспечительная мера. Сублицензиат соглашается, что несоблюдение настоящего Соглашения может повлечь нарушение работы Функций защиты содержания Программного обеспечения Adobe и нанести специфический и продолжительный ущерб интересам компании Adobe и владельцев цифрового содержания, которые защищены данными Функциями защиты содержания, и что любые материальные компенсации могут быть несоразмерны нанесенному ущербу. Исходя из вышеизложенного, Сублицензиат далее соглашается, что компания Adobe, помимо материальных взысканий, может требовать принятия обеспечительных мер для предотвращения или ограничения ущерба в результате нарушения Соглашения.

17. Предполагаемые сторонние бенефициары. В соглашении Google с Сублицензиатом, включая, помимо прочего, Условия Adobe, компании Adobe Systems Incorporated и Adobe Software Ireland Limited являются сторонними бенефициарами по отношению к Программному обеспечению Adobe. Несмотря на любые положения настоящего соглашения с компанией Google об обратном, Сублицензиат соглашается, что Google может предоставлять компании Adobe идентификационные данные Сублицензиата и в письменной форме подтверждать, что Сублицензиат заключил лицензионное соглашение с компанией Google, частью которого являются Условия Adobe. Сублицензиат обязуется заключить соглашения со всеми своими лицензиатами и, если таким лицензиатам разрешено распространение Программного обеспечения Adobe, частью данных соглашений должны быть Условия Adobe.

Примечание. При установке Google Chrome будет добавлен репозиторий Google, чтобы система могла автоматически обновлять браузер. Если вам не нужна эта функция, перед установкой пакета выполните команду «sudo touch /etc/default/google-chrome».

Training weekend near Eldorado, October 2012

Sixty participants took part in BSAR’s annual training weekend held on 27-28 October 2012 in the Chiltern Mt Pilot National Park near Eldorado in north east Victoria. In stark contrast to last year’s training in the Wombat Forest, we enjoyed marvellous spring weather. Fifteen BWV Clubs were represented, plus a number of BWV individual members. It was especially pleasing to welcome 22 prospective members, many from the Melbourne, Monash and RMIT Universities, on their first BSAR training event.

The Saturday program involved participation in the Victorian Rogaining Association’s 12 hour rogaine, in the lovely open (mostly) forests north of Eldorado. The BSAR teams achieved some impressive results, and a good standard of navigation and fitness was demonstrated. Many thanks to the VRA for its strong support of BSAR and in facilitating our participation in the rogaine.

On Sunday morning a short program of workshops covering radio, GPS, group leaders and new members induction preceded line searching and stretcher carry exercises.

Thank you to Sergeant Victor Velthuis and LSC Simon Ranik of Police Search and Rescue for their participation and assistance and to the Police Transport Branch for getting us there and home again in comfort as usual.

Thank you to Jim Gargan of BNSC who did much of the organisation and coordinated the weekend program, aided by Ross McKinnon as acting Field Organiser.

And finally, to the prospective members, we hope to have you as members soon. Welcome again to BSAR and we hope to see you on a search bus.=

12 Hour Rogaine – Saturday 27 October

Fitting “Navlight” electronic bracelet used for checkpoint scoring

Rogaine briefing just before departure

Search and Rescue Training – Sunday 28 October

Jim Gargan briefing BSAR members

Duncan Brookes briefing BSAR members on search procedures

Rod Lawlor leading GPS training

Peter Briggs providing map reading instruction

Patient care and first aid

SKED stretcher carry after line search

The final debrief

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Xtrim Security

The most common system in Europe. It is trusted by both giant networks of home appliances and electronics — MediaMarkt, Saturn, Comfy, Eldorado — and small salons of mobile communication, where 10-15 phones are represented.
Xtrim is unique in terms of the number of innovative features and appearance.

Why is Xtrim
the most popular system in Europe?

Universality
  • more than 70 types of sensors allow you to protect everything — from smartphones to expensive designer items
  • 7 mounting options — special stands for headphones, additional support for tablets, threaded sensors for cameras and others
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Quality
  • primary abc-plastic — unlike cheap counterparts from recycled waste, does not crack after six months
  • manufacture and assembly on the latest equipment in Europe
  • for the statistics of warranty and post-warranty repairs accumulated over the 7 years of operation in Ukraine — during the first 3 years of operation, less than 0.24% of the supplied output goes out of operation equipment
Design
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  • brand adaptation — you can even change the shape and appearance of the sensors
Reliability
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Best fitness tracker 2019: Our top picks compared

If you’re looking for the best fitness tracker of the 2019 class, the Fitbit Charge 3 is our current recommendation.

Most fitness trackers now incorporate heart rate tracking and most have some level of waterproofing too. But there’s still huge variations in the quality of data you get – so choosing the right ecosystem is important. Fitbit and Garmin lead the way here.

But there’s also price to consider. Fitness trackers generally aren’t expensive and if you’re just looking to make sure your getting enough steps every day, there’s no need to spend over $40.

Make the right choice
  • Pool friendly: Check out our range of waterproof fitness trackers
  • One device to rule them all: Why not check out our range of top smartwatches
  • Spend less: The best budget fitness trackers

Update: We updated this article in November 2019 to include the latest fitness trackers we’ve been testing — we also updated pricing information and made our selection easier to understand.

Top pick: Fitbit Charge 3

Buy now: $149.99 | Amazon

Fitbit Charge 3 features
  • Heart rate tracking
  • Sleep monitoring
  • Swim tracking
  • ConnectedGPS (phone required)
  • Fitbit Pay (available in Special Edition)
  • VO2 Max data and step tracking
  • SpO2 sensor
  • Guided breathing exercises
  • Works with iOS and Android

The most complete fitness tracker on the market is the Fitbit Charge 3.

A total redesign of the previous generation, we now have a slimmer, refined look — and one that’s much more comfortable to wear. If you want to mix up your look or feel, bands can be swapped out with ease, too.

The headline changes are the waterproof body, which makes it an option for swimmers, and the improved touchscreen, and you’ll quietly be able to get an entire week of battery from the tracker.

Herat rate tracking is a given these days, but, still, the Charge 3 is one of the leading performers. You get continuous monitoring, resting heart rate measurements and VO2 Max calculations with Fitbit’s Cardio Fitness Score.

And, though currently unused, it also comes with a relative SpO2 blood oxygen sensor. When Fitbit eventually rolls out a dedicated feature, this should allow Fitbit to identify sleep apnea.

There’s no GPS – but the Charge 3 has ConnectedGPS, which means it will use your phone’s signal for outdoor workouts.

Best value: Xiaomi Mi Band 4

Buy now: $39.99 | Amazon

Xiaomi Mi Band 4 features
  • Heart rate tracking
  • Waterproof and swim tracking
  • NFC for contactless payments
  • Step tracking
  • Sleep tracking
  • Music controls
  • Notification support
  • iOS and Android support

We’ve put the Mi Band 4 to the test, and, after some notable changes in the features department, we see this as the best pick for those who want great value.

While it might look similar to its predecessor, there’s an improved screen — now a bigger, 0.95-inch color AMOLED touchscreen display with 120 x 240 resolution — that makes it a much nicer place to view your data.

The Android and iOS-friendly fitness tracker does the basics like tracking steps and sleep automatically, but will also track activities like running and cycling with GPS help from your phone. The waterproof design allows for swimming workouts, too.

The price has jumped up ever so slightly from previous generation, but the latest Mi Band still represents excellent value for money if you want a fitness tracker that does the basics and more.

Slim design: Fitbit Inspire HR

Fitbit Inspire HR features
  • Sleep tracking
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Step tracking
  • Notification support
  • Swim tracking
  • Automatic exercise detection
  • Connected GPS
  • iOS and Android support

Fitbit’s newest fitness tracker, the Inspire HR, is a great option for those who want something a little bit sleeker to track sleep with.

It boasts all the same sleep monitoring tech as the flagship Charge 3, only in a lighter and thinner body.

And though it also comes in a regular equivalent, you’ll need the Inspire HR if you want to receive Fitbit’s Sleep Stages — the feature that brings light, deep, awake and REM insights from your night’s sleep.

Fitbit’s Inspire range also offers a swim-proof design, step tracking, notifications and automatic workout tracking.

It’s not just advanced sleep metrics available on the Inspire HR, either, with the heart rate monitor giving you round-the-clock coverage, as well as the Guided Breathing feature.

It takes all of the Fitbit fitness tracker basics and puts it on a device with a touchscreen display — one that can go the distance, too, with around five days of battery life.

Deep insights: Garmin Vivosmart 4

Buy now: $89.99 | Amazon

Garmin Vivosmart 4 features
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Step tracking
  • Automatic exercise detection
  • VO2 Max
  • Rep counting for gym exercises
  • Heart rate variability for stress scores
  • iOS and Android support

The Vivosmart 4 is slimmer, sleeker and even better equipped for the gym than its predecessor.

It includes a heart rate monitor, VO2 Max testing (which is a great metric for those who like HIIT and CrossFit clases), and automatic exercise detection, so you won’t miss out if you forget to start tracking a session.

The ‘body battery’ energy monitoring will give you a better insight into how well prepared you are for your next workout, too.

The Vivosmart 4 also packs in Garmin’s Move IQ software and rep counting for those who like to lift weights, while the addition of the pulse oximeter sensor means it’s even able to help detect sleep apnea.

The decent accelerometer-based run tracking slightly makes up for the missing GPS support, as well, if you’re not too bothered about pinpoint accuracy.

Pool champ: Samsung Galaxy Fit

Buy now: $89.99 | Amazon

Samsung Galaxy Fit features
  • 0.95-inch AMOLED touchscreen display
  • Tracks steps/automatic sleep monitoring
  • Accelerometer-based workout tracking
  • Includes heart rate monitor
  • 5ATM (up to 50 metres) waterproof
  • Works with Android and iOS
  • Displays notifications

The Samsung Galaxy Fit isn’t a direct replacement for the older Gear Fit2 Pro, but, if you’re looking for a fitness tracker that’s nicer to wear and tracks your pool time, the Fit gets our vote.

Sitting below the Fit2 Pro, the $99.99 Fit does all the basics including step counting and distance covered, and also offers strong sleep monitoring features too.

You also get smartwatch features like notification support and the ability to switch out watch faces on the gorgeous 0.95-inch AMOLED touchscreen display . There’s no music player controls, payment features or Bixby support, but that’s not all surprising considering the price.

On the swim tracking front, you’re relying on the onboard motion sensors to monitor pool time. Accuracy-wise, we found it served up data more on par with what our Garmin watch recorded. Using it in the pool in general is fine and its slim design means it’s nice and unobtrusive.

For battery life, you can expect around the seven-day mark depending on usage. If you want a slim, comfortable tracker with decent swim tracking skills, this is definitely one to consider.

Samsung Galaxy Fit e

Buy now: Amazon | $35

Samsung Galaxy Fit e key features
  • Works with Android phones and iPhones
  • Tracks steps and sleep
  • Auto workout tracking for walking, running, dynamic workout
  • Displays notifications
  • Includes heart rate sensor
  • 6-7 days battery life (typical usage)
  • 5ATM (up to 50 metres) waterproof rating

And you don’t need to spend big to get a big name tracker: the Samsung Galaxy Fit e offers an entry into the world of fitness tracking for less than $40.

It’s still waterproof to 50 meters, which isn’t the best on test, but should be good enough for most for reviewing your fitness tracking data.

In terms of tracking, the Galaxy Fit e keeps things simple. You get step counting, sleep tracking and it will also automatically detect running, walking and other workouts. It’s not the most accurate, but if you’re just looking to get credit for your workouts on your calorie and step goals it does the job.

There’s a heart rate sensor to help record that calorie burn and it will last a respectable 6-7 days between charges.

Yes accuracy of biometrics isn’t world beating, the Fit e offers excellent value for money. And when you consider its peers are devices from Xiaomi and Honor, you’re getting a far better build and app experience.

Great design: Withings Steel HR Sport

Withings Steel HR Sport features
  • Automatic exercise detection
  • Continuous heart rate monitoring
  • Dedicated run and swim tracking
  • Sleep tracking
  • 25-day battery life
  • iOS and Android support

The Withings Steel HR Sport is the company’s first hybrid smartwatch since the company was bought back from Nokia. Thankfully, it still one of the best hybrids for keeping track of your fitness.

The key thing here is the accuracy of the heart rate monitor, which, in our testing, was a top performer.

It’s designed for continuous wear, and will take a reading from your wrist every minute. However, the fact that it’s combined into such a beautifully designed tracker-watch hybrid, and still manages 25 days of battery life, is a huge boon for Withings.

Swim tracking is also present, as well as GPS connection over the phone, meaning you can now more accurately track runs with the help of your smartphone.

In short, the Withings Steel HR is a superb fitness tracker that gets our thumbs up.

Low cost: Honor Band 5

Buy now: $35 | Amazon

Honor Band 5 features
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Water resistance
  • Step tracking
  • Sleep monitoring
  • Tracks ten exercises
  • SpO2 monitor
  • Phone notifications
  • 14-day battery life
  • iOS and Android support

We may prefer the design and fit the Xiaomi Mi Band 4 provides, but the Honor Band 5 is the best option for those who just want the most affordable fitness tracker.

And, surprisingly, despite its low price, you get plenty of features that aren’t standard on more expensive options, such as a crisp 0.95-inch AMOLED color display (offering 240 x 120 pixel resolution) and a SpO2 sensor.

It doesn’t stop there, either. For more basic monitoring, there’s a heart rate sensor, automatic sleep tracking support and the ability to track a range of different exercises. That includes swimming, even, with waterproofing up to 50 meters.

Perhaps best of all, though, is the two-week battery life, letting your tracker remain connected to your wrist for an extremely long time between charges (and also your iOS or Android device, as both are compatible).

Built-in GPS: Garmin Vivosport

Buy now: $119.99 | Amazon

Garmin Vivosport features
  • Built-in GPS
  • Heart rate
  • Sports modes
  • Advanced heart metrics
  • Seven days of battery life
  • Notification support
  • iOS and Android

The Garmin Vivosport is one of the few fitness trackers featuring both GPS and a heart rate monitor, and this alone makes it the best option for runners and those who enjoy outdoor workouts.

You can place the band into running and cycling mode to get a GPS tracked workout, with the only downside being the difficulty in reading live stats on the tiny 72 x 144 monochrome screen.

It’s water resistant to 5ATM (up to 50m), though, which means it will survive a dip in the pool, as well as workouts in the great outdoors.

Despite being a couple of years old, it also features the same rich mix of heart rate enabled metrics, including heart rate variability stress scores, resting heart rate, VO2 Max and fitness age estimates.

Essentially, if you like running and gym work, but are looking for a band over a dedicated GPS running watch, the Garmin Vivosport is one of the best options out there.

This article was first published in August 2014. However, we update it frequently to reflect the newest fitness trackers, making sure that we’ve tested the latest and greatest devices available to buy.

Has any review been made with the Huami Amazfit Cor? The price is great ($50), but I just don’t know how reliable the swimming tracking is.

We’re working on it, bear with us

It’s a big bulky band and no GPS on a Polar is a bit silly.

i have to disagree in parts for the moov now (using it for about 3 years). While it does a nice job in swim tracking, has a good price, great battery life and collects nice data there is a big downside — in fact in my opinion moov got worse over time.But still — in that price range i am not sure about an alternative that offers similar. Anyways: critic — go:

For tracking only and watching it afterwards in the app its fine — but it has some flaws and misses some essentials.

What i mean by that?

a) The app can only use the internal memory — no sd card or similar — so each workout it gets bigger and you can only delete workouts to go against that. Depending on your phone this can suck

b) you can’t export shit part 1: Only the most recent workout is automatically synced (for an unknown time period) after you finished. If that doesn’t work — you’re screwed. No possibility to sync per hand when that fails.

c) you can’t export shit part 2: You can only sync distance, time, gpx data for biking and running, for swimming only distance and time is synced.

None of the other data of the so called coach is available outside your small mobile screen.

They offer their own heart rate solution. Export or sync that data? Not possible.

d) Speaking of smart coach and their new and shiny heart rate tracker. Ever driven up a hill in first gear with your heart rate maxing? Smart Coach still tells you to «shift to an easier gear». Fucking wannabe smart that is.

e) Customer support. Another thing i am looking for when buying a new wearable i learned here: do they have a forum for feedback/discussion with other users?

Moov had one (uservoice)- but killed it from one day to the other — replacing it with a simple answer collection. No discussion possible there. Sucks. Polar did something similar btw (forum.polar.fi). While its ok to say «we got no manpower to give support» — a feedback possibility and to exchange with other users is essential for me. Why drop the chance of feedback and community support? Dumb.

f) updates: it seems to get buggier with each update. If you look at the blog — they now are all-so-happy to announce the app in other languages then english.

Worst. Translation. Ever.

I can only speak for my language — but

3. there are several typos in the app. This is so bad that it for sure has for sure never seen the eye of a native speaker or anyone nearly able to understand it.

2. when doing a workout the stats moov tells you every km/mile sounds something alone the lines of: «can’t find underline stats error underline. You error error this error underline. «.

So mainly: not usable during the workout. Its like that for the last 2 updates now (and yes i gave them feedback — which leads to my top 1).

1. The language change is not optional and can’t be changed in the settings. So the workaround i got as reply to my feedback was:» you have to change your language in your phone settings.» So we’ll just change our entire phone language because a single app has a shitty translation? Sounds about right.

I get why the the wareble office can love that thing — but it’s more like hate love — and no understanding for a lot of decisions of the guys behind the moov.

BTW — you should open a forum here 😉 — so people can discuss their experience with trackers, watches etc.

When looking for a buy you mostly don’t see stuff like «is there a discussion/feedback/support forum available», «do they listen to user feedback», how updates are handled, if you can export your data etc.

Can anyone please suggest models that, in addition to tracking steps, heartrate etc can also show time; in short a fitness tracker cum watch ?

Hi Vasanthi. Fitness trackers like the Fitbit Alta HR, Fitbit Charge 2 and Garmin Vivosport will all track your steps and heart rate, as well as give you the time. If you’re looking for more of a watch-style design that can still track heart rate and steps, we’d recommend checking out the Nokia Steel HR.

My Charge 2 fails to maintain a charge after 18 months of use. The best Fitbit can do is offer me 25% off on a new one. Their customer support has gone downhill.

I have a Fitbit Charge 2 HR, and haven’t had any problems with it. I’ve had it over 18 months.
My question is this, my husband works in heavy equipment for 12.5 hours. He wants a fitness tracker, but doesn’t want the bumpiness to track as steps. He wants to track his heart rate and his sleep, and will start going to the gym and wants to track that too. Is there a best option for his situation?

There are many feature rich smart bands from likes of Xiaomi and Honor with less than 1/3rd of the prices of above mentioned bands. They are stylish, durable and budget friendly. I bought Honor band 3 ($ 32.55) which includes 24*7 hr monitor, sleep, step detector, alarm, notifications and reading, caller ID and rejection, swimming, cycling, work out plans, fitness analysis, gps connection to smart phone, and more. Then why spend that much amount for smart bands of Fitbit and Gramins.

Had a fitbit once; never did work!. POS. Wasted $100. on it, plus months trying to get it to work.

Thanks for the Honor band 3 info. I’ll check it out.

what would you recommend? Ideally not a wrist strap ( ? something that would work round ankle or bra strap or clip onto clothing). Hospital workers not allowed wrist straps.

I want easy to use device as most important thing. Not necessary to download info or use with phone. I want a rep timer for running intervals, to measure speed and distance. To use with bike too. Steps for the rest of the day. Sleep info would be nice but not deal breaker, calories burned too. Looking for cheap and cheerful. Not bothered by looks or branding

Hi just wondering what you would recommend that has a timer function as well as counting reps to help at the gym eg: 90 second timer which then tracks how many reps you do in that time? Is that even a feature.

Thanks for sharing this amazing blog post. You have shared the huge information. Keep sharing!!

Why do you not have reviews for people with visual difficulties?

What would be your suggestion for a vibrating tracker? I need a watch or tracker that I can set a timer on easily and quickly multiple times a day. We use timers at my job all day to time patients and I am hard of hearing and cannot hear the beeping of the kitchen timers they use. I will end up wearing the kitchen timer anyways so I might as well wear a tracker or watch.

I’m very interested in fitness tracker. I used to read on techwhiff. Now, I want to choose a fitnness tracker. I find information are interesting and useful.

I found Fitbit Versa’s review on techwhiff and I found that Fitbit Versa provides users with applications that have detailed sleep functions. That is one of the advantages of the Fitbit Versa. This app will be great if the actual hardware will track and sync properly.

Having bought the Charge 3, I would like to share with this site that it is by far the worst tracker I have ever owned. The step counts is grossly inaccurate. Counting significantly more steps than I actually take. Counting steps while I am sitting at my desk. Not just a couple we are talking hundreds. Also, when exercising once your wrist starts sweating if you are exercising intensely the HR stops working. I have 30 minute workouts on my fit bit where 10 minutes of my heartrate weren’t tracked. Just shows blank on the dash board. Asking fitbit for support has been a disaster, completely unresponsive, sent me in circles with suggestions or pages to read on their site to trouble shoot. If tracking your heartrate during exercise and accurate step count are important to you, then this tracker is not for you. Its a total waste of money.

Are you guys being paid to review the Fitbit Charge 3? How can every major site give it flawless reviews when it’s accuracy when it comes to HR, Steptracking and Calorie tracking is highly inaccurate? Do you just assume that the stats shown on the tracker is accurate and base the review of the features? I was gonna buy a Fitbit Charge 3, but after reading a dozen threads it is clear that none of the things it is surpose to track is accurate.

Hi. I’m interested to buy my first fitness tracker. Can u help me choose. My workout routine are swimming and walking. Which is better huawie band 3, shine or moove ?thanks!

If you like swimming, the most accurate of those three is the Moov, but it doesn’t have a display of course. The Huawei Band 3 tracks swimming too, but we had mixed results with accuracy. You could also consider something like the Vivosmart 4 or the Inspire HR.

How is FitBit still «leading the way» in 2019 when their customer service is literally THE worst. After paying the ridiculous price of $250 for the Ionic, the screen cracked after only 6 months and the cause? Bumping my belt! When I called the company for a replacement under the warranty, they confirmed that the watch should NOT crack under so little pressure but instead of honoring their warranty they implied that I was lying about how the screen cracked. Then to add insult to injury they offered me 20% off to buy a new one. Obviously I will be choosing a different company for my next smart watch.

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The Best Fitness Trackers for 2019

Fitbit Charge 3

Bottom Line: The Fitbit Charge 3 isn’t a drastic change over its predecessor, but it has enough small tweaks to make it one of the best everyday fitness trackers you can buy.

Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music

Bottom Line: The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music packs all the best features from running watches and fitness trackers into a timepiece you can wear anywhere.

Apple Watch Series 5

Bottom Line: The Apple Watch Series 5 doesn’t feature any drastic changes, but an always-on display makes the best smartwatch you can buy even better.

Fitbit Inspire HR

Bottom Line: The easy-to-use Fitbit Inspire HR fitness tracker packs all the basic features you need to monitor your health and exercise for an affordable price.

Fitbit Versa 2

Bottom Line: The Fitbit Versa 2 takes everything we like about the original smartwatch and adds an always-on AMOLED display, a microphone for Amazon Alexa, and Fitbit Pay.

Samsung Galaxy Fit

Bottom Line: The surprisingly affordable Samsung Galaxy Fit is a sleek, accurate fitness tracker with a lovely display, a simple interface, and long battery life.

Fitbit Ionic

Bottom Line: The Fitbit Ionic is an ambitious and promising smartwatch with a focus on fitness and accurate tracking, but its success will depend on the growth of its app ecosystem.

Garmin Vivosmart 4

Bottom Line: The Garmin Vivosmart 4 is an attractive fitness tracker with accurate, in-depth metrics and up to a week of battery life.

Motiv Ring

Bottom Line: The Motiv Ring is a subtly stylish fitness tracker that puts lots of features and functionality right on your finger.

Polar A370

Bottom Line: The fairly priced Polar A370 isn’t the most attractive fitness tracker, but it records training sessions and daily activities with aplomb.

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Editors’ Rating
Best For Balance of Features and Price Tracking In-Depth Metrics A Fitness-Focused Smartwatch First-Time Users A Fitness Tracker/Smartwatch Hybrid Smartphone Notifications Phone-Free Exercise Sleep Monitoring An Alternative Form Factor to Wrist Bands Sport Training
Device Type Wrist Band Sports Watch Wrist Band Wrist Band Wrist Band Wrist Band Wrist Band Wrist Band Ring Sports Watch
Display Type OLED Color LCD OLED OLED AMOLED AMOLED Color LCD OLED None OLED
Compatibility Android, iOS Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Web iOS Android, iOS Android, iOS Android, iOS Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Web Android, iOS iOS Windows, Mac, Android, iOS
Heart Rate Monitor Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Sleep Tracker Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Estimated Battery Life 7 days 7 days; 5 hours with GPS 18 hours 5 days 5 days 7 days 4 days; 10 hours with GPS 7 days 3 days 4 days
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Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music
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Apple Watch Series 5
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Fitbit Inspire HR
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Fitbit Versa 2
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Samsung Galaxy Fit
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Motiv Ring
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Polar A370
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Count More Than Steps

There’s never been a better selection of fitness trackers, but with choice comes confusion. Which tracker has the features that are right for you and the activities you do? Here are some tips and recommendations for choosing the best tracker for your needs.

Where to Start

If you want to give fitness tracking a try (but without a wearable), start by using a mobile app that counts your steps. This method requires the least commitment, and could be of interest if you’re a beginner. Some apps we like are Argus, Fitbit, and Moves.

If you run or bicycle, we recommend tracking your runs or rides with an app before going whole-hog and splurging on a tracker. Why? With some trackers, you still need to carry your phone to get accurate pacing, distance, and mapping, so you’ll want to know before you make a purchase if you’re okay with carrying your phone, or if you’d prefer a tracker with built-in GPS so you don’t have to. A few apps we recommend are Runtastic PRO (for running), Cyclemeter (for bicycling), and Strava (for both running and cycling).

The Coros SafeSound Helmet is another interesting solution for cyclists that integrates your phone’s GPS to track your rides and uses bone-conduction audio to let you hear directions, music, and phone calls without blocking your ears.

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How Much Should You Spend on a Fitness Tracker?

In general, most fitness trackers cost between $50 and $250. If you pay less than $50, you’ll probably get a subpar product with mediocre accuracy. In addition, less expensive trackers usually don’t have a display, so you can’t see how many steps you’ve taken unless you look at your smartphone.

More expensive trackers usually include built-in optical heart rate monitors and GPS, and often, these features are tailored toward athletes and exercise enthusiasts. Don’t get suckered into buying a tracker with a heart rate monitor if your primary activity is walking; it’s an unnecessary expense. If you walk and don’t do much else, there are great options in the $49 to $149 range.

If you do work out often, we highly recommend spending at least $99, as that’s the price point where you’ll start to see the features that are useful to very active users.

Choose Your Style

A very important question to ask yourself before choosing a fitness tracker is the type of form factor you want. Fitness trackers are usually bracelets, watches, or clip- ons . Most clip-on devices these days can also be worn on the wrist, but not vice versa. Bracelets and watches are hard to lose. Clip- ons can fall off or get thrown into the wash.

That said, bracelets and watches can get in the way when typing on a computer or washing dishes, for example. And wrist-worn devices aren’t always eye-catching accessories to your outfit. If you’re bothered by having something on your wrist 24/7, you’re probably better off with a clip-on, although this style isn’t nearly as popular as it used to be a few years ago.

Clip-on devices are smaller and more discreet when worn on a waistband or the front of a bra. Most don’t have displays, meaning you have to rely on a smartphone to see your tracked activity.

The Motiv Ring, meanwhile, brings fitness tracking to your fingers. It tracks many of the same metrics as wrist-worn models in a discreet form factor that looks like jewelry.

There are also trackers for children, like the Fitbit Ace 2. And don’t forget about Fido. That’s right, there are even trackers out there specifically for pets.

Do You Want Heart Rate Monitoring?

Heart rate monitoring sounds like the best feature ever, but there are different kinds of heart rate monitors, and frankly, some people don’t need it at all. A built-in heart rate monitor drives up the price.

Optical heart rate monitors are the ones built into the device itself. Some very good fitness trackers don’t have a heart rate monitor built in, but can pair with a chest strap. Most every device from Garmin and Polar supports a chest strap (like the excellent Polar H10), and you can usually bundle one in when purchasing a tracker for an extra $40 or $50.

Finally, if you’re interested in knowing your resting heart rate, you don’t need to buy a tracker with an optical heart rate monitor to find it. Many smartphone apps let you take your heart rate in about 15 seconds using the phone’s camera. Check your pulse once or twice a day, and you’re good to go.

Will You Track Sleep?

Many fitness trackers record your sleep. When they do, they generally watch for movement using a three-axis accelerometer to a more sensitive degree than they do during the day. Some devices report graphs showing the times when you were in light sleep and deep sleep based on motion.

There are also dedicated sleep trackers out there that attach to your mattress, but we haven’t found them to offer an appreciable advantage over wrist-based trackers. And wearable trackers have the ability of doing a lot more than simply tracking your rest. If you don’t like the idea of wearing something on your wrist to bed and need a new mattress, you can always spring for the Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed.

Go Sport-Specific

Swimmers will want a waterproof tracker, but keep in mind that not all water-safe trackers actually track swimming. Runners will probably want a watch that shows time, distance, pace, and lap time, at the very least. If you want good accuracy for those metrics without having to carry a smartphone, you need a runner’s watch with built-in GPS —see our picks for The Best Fitness Trackers for Running.

Also consider the display. If you want to see your stats at all times, or simply use your tracker as a wristwatch, look for one with an always-on display. How you control the tracker is also important. If you like to run in the cold while wearing gloves, you may want to steer clear of devices that only have touch-enabled displays.

Cyclists have even more considerations. There’s a difference between tracking how many miles you pedal and calories you burn versus monitoring your power and cadence. If all you want is the former, you can find a few fitness trackers that support bicycling as an activity. More serious cyclists will want a device that can pair with additional bike equipment, like a cadence sensor, and should look at devices from sport-specific companies, like Garmin and Polar.

The App Experience

A fitness tracker’s app matters. Whether on your phone or on the web, the app is absolutely vital because it is where you make sense of the information the tracker collects. Fitbit has one of the best apps and websites we’ve tested. It lets you record all kinds of data that many other companies don’t, such as calories consumed, allergy severity, and stress level.

If you want total body analysis, look for a system that incorporates a smart bathroom scale. Fitbit, Polar, and Withings and do. Check out the Fitbit Aria 2, the Polar Balance, and the Withings Body Cardio. These send your weight directly to your account, so you can’t cheat the system by entering a lower number. The QardioBase 2 is another top choice, especially for pregnant women.

Smartwatch vs. Fitness Tracker

Several fitness trackers have some smartwatch functionality, and some smartwatches have fitness features, too. The Fitbit Versa 2 comes close to blending both worlds, but at the moment it still lags far behind the Apple Watch in terms of third-party app support.

The Apple Watch Series 5 places more of an emphasis on health and fitness tracking than any other smartwatch we’ve seen. It even has an FDA-approved electrocardiogram (ECG) function that generates a PDF of your heart rhythm you can share with your doctor, which is a feature you won’t find on any of trackers listed here. But as its name implies, it’s first and foremost a smartwatch. S ee our list of The Best Smartwatches for recommendations in that category.

Other Options

With so many good fitness trackers on the market right now, and promising ones on the horizon, it’s hard to contain them all in just one list. We’ve limited our picks here to trackers that have scored four stars or higher, but there are lots of other very good options out there that might be right for you. We update this article often, so make sure to check back for our latest recommendations. And for the very latest reviews, see our Fitness Trackers product guide.

Best Fitness Trackers Featured in This Roundup

Fitbit Charge 3 Review

Pros: Crisp screen. Long battery life. Updated with better heart rate and SpO2 sensors. Safe for swimming. NFC payments on Special Edition.

Cons: Swipe interface can be finicky. Proprietary charger.

Bottom Line: The Fitbit Charge 3 isn’t a drastic change over its predecessor, but it has enough small tweaks to make it one of the best everyday fitness trackers you can buy.

Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music Review

Pros: Holds up to 500 songs locally. Measures steps, stairs, sleep, continuous heart rate. Includes advanced fitness metrics: VO2 max, fitness age, stress. Contactless payment and smartwatch features.

Cons: Can only reply to messages from watch when paired with Android. No women’s health tracking.

Bottom Line: The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music packs all the best features from running watches and fitness trackers into a timepiece you can wear anywhere.

Apple Watch Series 5 Review

Pros: Always-on display. Excellent fitness tracking and heart rate monitoring accuracy. WatchOS 6 brings useful new apps. Smooth performance.

Cons: Expensive. No built-in sleep tracking. Battery life remains the same.

Bottom Line: The Apple Watch Series 5 doesn’t feature any drastic changes, but an always-on display makes the best smartwatch you can buy even better.

Fitbit Inspire HR Review

Pros: Lightweight, stylish design. Accurate fitness tracking. Smartphone notifications. Lots of functionality for the price.

Cons: Small display. Thick bezel.

Bottom Line: The easy-to-use Fitbit Inspire HR fitness tracker packs all the basic features you need to monitor your health and exercise for an affordable price.

Fitbit Versa 2 Review

Pros: Attractive AMOLED screen with always-on option. Long battery life. Lots of useful apps and fitness features. Fitbit Pay. Amazon Alexa.

Cons: Screen isn’t quite as bright as the original model. Alexa responses are text only.

Bottom Line: The Fitbit Versa 2 takes everything we like about the original smartwatch and adds an always-on AMOLED display, a microphone for Amazon Alexa, and Fitbit Pay.

Samsung Galaxy Fit Review

Pros: Affordable. Accurate fitness tracking and heart rate monitoring. Big, sharp display. Long battery life. Simple interface. Smartphone notifications. Sleek, lightweight design.

Cons: Big for small wrists. Requires two apps. Thick bezel.

Bottom Line: The surprisingly affordable Samsung Galaxy Fit is a sleek, accurate fitness tracker with a lovely display, a simple interface, and long battery life.

Fitbit Ionic Review

Pros: Vibrant screen. Changeable straps. Safe for swimming. Excellent battery life. Smart notifications. Built-in GPS and NFC. Pandora integration. Open SDK for app developers.

Cons: Expensive. Thick bottom bezel. Case easily scratches.

Bottom Line: The Fitbit Ionic is an ambitious and promising smartwatch with a focus on fitness and accurate tracking, but its success will depend on the growth of its app ecosystem.

Garmin Vivosmart 4 Review

Pros: Accurate. Long battery life. Automatic activity tracking. Measures blood oxygen levels, sleep, stress, and body recovery. Slim, sleek design.

Cons: Touch screen could be more responsive. Uses proprietary charger.

Bottom Line: The Garmin Vivosmart 4 is an attractive fitness tracker with accurate, in-depth metrics and up to a week of battery life.

Motiv Ring Review

Pros: Tracks active minutes, heart rate, sleep, calories, and steps. Discreet design is comfortable for all-day wear. Safe for swimming. Includes keychain charger. Well-designed app.

Cons: No Android support. Looks a bit bulky on petite hands. Relatively basic fitness stats. Pricey.

Bottom Line: The Motiv Ring is a subtly stylish fitness tracker that puts lots of features and functionality right on your finger.

Polar A370 Review

Pros: Continuous and accurate heart rate monitoring. In-depth sleep analysis. Can create custom training programs. Waterproof. Competitively priced.

Cons: No onboard GPS. Clunky design. Grainy screen.

Bottom Line: The fairly priced Polar A370 isn’t the most attractive fitness tracker, but it records training sessions and daily activities with aplomb.

The best running watches and fitness trackers for women

Running watches and fitness trackers are getting better for women – and we’re not just talking about stylish bands. Increasingly, brands like Fitbit and Garmin are putting the needs of women first, with menstrual cycle and fertility metrics sitting alongside step count, heart rate and workout summaries.

You can’t ignore the fact that too many fitness devices are built with men in mind. That’s changing, though – and there are now plenty of wearable fitness devices that are slimmer, lighter, and let’s face it, better looking.

We’ve picked out the watches and fitness trackers that scored well in our reviews and that we feel fit the bill whether you’re a runner, gym lover or prefer jumping into the pool.

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Best fitness trackers for women

Here’s our pick of fitness trackers that cater to women better than most. Let us know in the comments which ones you prefer.

Fitbit Charge 3

Buy now: Amazon | $137.99

The Charge has always been Fitbit’s flagship fitness tracker, and with the Charge 3 you’re getting the best-looking instalment that still packs in a whole lot of features.

On the health front, you’ll get guided breathing exercises to help you de-stress and there’s support for period tracking and menstrual cycle. It will then provide predictions for when you’re likely to be ovulating and having your next period.

On the design front, it’s waterproof up to 50 metres depth and comes with small and large size bands so it should fit most wrist sizes.

Fitbit offers it in black or rose gold looks, but then you have your pick of optional leather, sport, woven and classic bands with the latter a better fit for getting sweaty.

In the features department it offers the best of Fitbit’s activity tracking features including its insightful sleep monitoring and continuous heart rate tracking.

The waterproof design also brings automatic swim tracking along with dedicated modes for activities including running, cycling and yoga.

The type of data offered through those tracking modes can vary, while GPS tracking requires your phone nearby.

There are smartwatch-esque features on board here, letting you read notifications on the tracker, and there’s also Pay support if you opt for the pricier Charge 3 Special Edition.

If battery life is a big deal for you, you’ll get up to seven days here, which is a pretty good showing considering how many features are crammed on.

If you don’t want a smartwatch but want something with a screen that does more than just the basics, this is a great tracker to consider.

Garmin Vivosmart 4

Buy now: Amazon | $129.99

If you’re after an activity band that’s super slim, but doesn’t scrimp on specs, the Vivosmart 4 is definitely one to take a look at. However, while Garmin has added female health tracking features, so far it’s limited to the company’s new Forerunner watches (more on that shortly).

This Vivosmart 4 comes in small/medium and large band sizes and is waterproof up to 50 metres with support for swim tracking also included.

It’s packing Garmin’s Elevate heart rate sensor in the back, which unlocks the ability to train in heart rate zones and get a hit of more advanced sleep monitoring data.

24/7 activity tracking and monitoring with Garmin’s motivational Auto Goal and Move Bar features in tow help you make small steps to becoming more active day-by-day.

There’s automatic rep counting for delving into some strength training, and a dedicated running profile – although tracking is not done using GPS, so there maybe some accuracy issues there.

Garmin’s new ‘body battery’ feature will analyse sleep along with heart rate variability measurements to offer a better understanding of how much recovery time you need in between your workouts.

The last big headline feature is a pulse oximeter sensor that future proofs the device to offer serious health tracking insights.

It’s a slim, comfortable band to wear, offers strong fitness tracking features and also has some new ideas that help separate it from its closest rivals.

Fitbit Inspire HR

Buy now: Amazon | $99.95

Fitbit’s Inspire HR has now replaced the older Alta HR. You still get the Fitbit female health tracking as part of the Fitbit app (see the link below), but the Inspire HR itself is pared back, thinner, smaller and cheaper.

It packs in pretty much all of the features you’ll find inside of the Charge 3, you’ll get 24/7 activity tracking including sleep monitoring, it gives you the ability to read your notifications and it’ll automatically track a range of exercises and workouts too.

The heart rate monitor means you can record richer sleep data and access guided breathing exercises.

It also means you can track workout intensity while you’re in the gym and offers the goal-based exercise modes first introduced on the Charge 3.

There’s also the Fitbit Inspire, which comes without the heart rate monitor features but can also be worn inside of an optional clip accessory that means you can wear it on your clothes instead of your wrist.

The Inspire HR will give you up to five days of battery life and there’s the option to switch out the bands if you prefer wearing something that’s a little less sporty and a bit more dressy.

Garmin Vivosport

Buy now: Amazon | $118.99

A supreme GPS running watch in all but design, you might get on better with the Vivosport’s hybrid form factor than a regular watch.

It’s thinner than a bulky watch but still houses built-in GPS, optical heart rate monitoring and a week’s worth of battery – even with workout sessions and onscreen smartphone alerts turned on.

It works with both Android and iPhones, syncs up to Garmin Connect and activity tracking is really impressive with a moveable goal.

It also brings new features like rep counting and stress monitoring along with the onboard GPS to make this one of the slimmest, yet most feature-packed trackers you’ll get your hands on.

Motiv

Buy now: mymotiv.com | $199.99

Now for something completely different. Smart rings have been around for a couple of years now, but the Motiv is the first that we actually feel is built for wearing 24/7.

Measuring in at just 8mm wide and available in rose gold or slate grey finishes of titanium, the smart ring comes in seven sizes and is waterproof up to 50 metres so you can go swimming with it on too.

On the fitness tracking front, it can monitor steps, distance and active minutes, and there’s even a heart rate monitor to collect BPM data throughout the day to provide resting heart rate insights.

While fitness tracking skills might seem a little on the basic side compared to the devices mentioned up top, it’s still a stylish alternative offered in a form factor that does that tracking in more discreet fashion.

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Garmin Forerunner 245/245 Music

Buy now: Amazon | $299.99

The Forerunner 245 is the successor to the Forerunner 235, one of the most popular running watches Garmin has had over the last few years.

Support for Garmin’s new Menstrual Cycle Tracking feature means Garmin users can track their cycle, log symptoms, receive predictions for period and fertile windows and get educational insights from their Garmin Connect app.

While you can still pick up that older model for cheap in some retailers, its successor builds on it with extra smarts and an improved design.

Available in five different looks with interchangeable 20mm watch bands, the 245 comes in a version with or without music. The 245 Music offers support for 500 songs on the watch and the ability to sync playlists from Spotify, Deezer or a computer.

However the headline features here are GPS-based sports tracking, advanced training status metrics, support for Garmin Coach, and the watch’s Pulse Ox sensor, helping the user gauge how oxygen is being absorbed. That’s particularly useful for training at high altitudes. It’s also compatible with Garmin’s Connect IQ store, so you can add on apps, watch faces, widgets and extra data fields.

Apple Watch Series 4

You’re not going to find a smaller, lighter, more comfortable smartwatch for running than the Apple Watch, which now comes in 40mm and 44mm sizes. It’s available in gold, silver and rose gold – and the after market for Apple Watch straps is insanely large.

The Apple Watch has no built-in female health tracking, but the expansive app store means you can easily plug into smartphone apps such as Clue – which actually adds more on-wrist experiences than Fitbit, which does all its tracking in the smartphone app anyway.

Away from your cycle, the Apple Watch Series 4 built-in GPS allows you to track distance and pace for running and cycling, plus it’s water resistant with swim tracking to 50 metres so you can wear it in the pool.

The Series 4, like the Series 3, has an eSIM for LTE connectivity (if you want it), plus a new ECG monitor for serious heart health monitoring.

Apple’s own Workout app is still data-light for runners and we’re not bowled over by Strava’s standalone app, but we’re hoping this will continue to improve. The optical HR monitor has come on leaps and bounds since the last Watch and can be used for heart rate training zones.

There’s both Apple Pay and music storage (via Apple Music) on your wrist, even when you leave your phone at home.

Fitbit Versa

Buy now: Amazon | $199.99

We ummed and ahhhed over whether to classify the Fitbit Versa as a fitness tracker or a sports watch, given it lacks built-in GPS – but here it is.

Again, female health tracking is done in the Fitbit app. Just as you’ll find on the fitness trackers listed above.

Fitbit’s second smartwatch is an everyday wearable that improves on the design of the Ionic, comes at a nice price and is packed with features.

It’s 11.2mm thick, with softer edges than we’ve seen on the Blaze and Ionic, and it’s really comfortable and light to wear. Battery-wise, it’ll last for four to five days and it’s waterproof to 50m.

When it comes to sports, you can pair the Versa to your phone for GPS tracked runs, but as we say, it’s not built in as it is with other top-rated sports watches.

What you do get is comprehensive, though, as you can track running, cycling, swimming, yoga and gym workouts on the watch.

Heart rate tracking is accurate for moderate runs and workouts; it falls down in high intensity training. There’s also step tracking (of course), sleep tracking, distance/calories burned and female health tracking if you want to track your period on your watch.

On top of all that there’s the usual smartwatch features like alerts. In Europe, there’s NFC and Fitbit Pay but in the US, it’s the Versa Special Editions only. There’s also the Versa Lite Edition, which comes in cheaper but loses the swim tracking and music player storage.

Garmin Fenix 5S Plus

Buy now: Amazon | $615

If you’re a serious athlete or outdoors type then the Fenix 5S Plus should be top of your list.

Garmin has downsized the extremely alpha-male Fenix 5 to something a little more manageable for those with smaller wrists. There’s a slight pay off with shorter battery life – but otherwise the Fenix 5S is still hugely powerful. It adds Google Pay, onboard music and hiker-friendly, full colour topographical maps to the already feature stuffed Fenix 5S.

It’s a 42mm watch weighing 69g, and offering a 20% bigger display than its predecessor in the same sized body. Overall, it’s better for smaller wrists than the rest of the Fenix Plus range, and there’s a choice of glass or pricier sapphire. It looks slightly more compact too – more like a regular smartwatch.

For sports, you get modes for running, cycling, swimming, golf, kayaking, paddleboarding and more with GPS, GLONASS and Galileo for GPS and optical HR tracking. Missing is the pulse oximeter you’ll find on the Fenix 5X Plus. Battery life gets a boost too though – it’s now 11 hours with GPS turned on and seven days in ‘watch mode’.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active

Buy now: Amazon | $199

The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active is now the Korean tech giant’s smallest smartwatch and its cheapest – but don’t let that price put you off. This is a great smartwatch.

It features a 40mm watch round watch design that’s significantly smaller than the 42mm and 46mm Samsung Galaxy Watches.

Samsung has ditched the rotating bezel that we’ve enjoyed on its other models, but still retains one of the best smartwatch displays in the business.

It crams in most of the sports tracking features you’ll find inside the Galaxy Watch including built-in GPS, a heart rate monitor and swim tracking. It’s also got some of the best fitness tracker features we’ve found on a smartwatch, and staples like notifications, music playback (there’s Spotify support) and Samsung Pay work great too.

On the health tracking front, Samsung introduced blood pressure monitoring with this watch, but in our experience it doesn’t quite work as advertised – and it’s certainly not going to be any use to your doctor.

Battery life is closer to two days, which means it has less stamina than the price of the Galaxy Watches.

If you can live with Apple Watch-like levels of battery and like the idea of a form factor that’s small, light and comfortable, the Galaxy Watch Active is worth considering.

Suunto 3 Fitness

Buy now: Amazon | $169.99

This is a sports watch from Suunto that’s designed to appeal to casual fitness fans and beginners.

The Suunto 3 Fitness is small and light to wear with solid sports tracking and offers heart rate data driven guidance and easy to follow adaptive training plans.

It works with a new Suunto app, rather than the MovesCount app Suunto watch wearers will be used to. It tracks running, cycling, swimming (pool and open water), a multi-sport mode for triathletes and a standard sport mode for, well, everything else.

Heart rate tracking is good but not stellar here and there’s also regular activity and sleep tracking on board – both of which feed, together with stress via HRV, into Suunto’s recovery and resources features.

The one big omission is built-in GPS, so like the Fitbit Versa you’ll be running with your phone.

Battery life is five days or 30 hours of connected GPS. We also had a few syncing issues in our testing and we’d like the ability to build our own plans. Still, for the price you get a hell of a lot.

Garmin Vivomove HR

Buy now: Amazon | From $199.99

A wearable designed for both sexes, the Vivomove HR is a hybrid smartwatch with some impressive connected skills.

It has a smart analogue design with a discreet, disappearing OLED display built into it – just tap to access alerts and fitness info like steps, sleep, calories burned, notifications, heart rate and stress info.

Being from Garmin, we expect nothing less than stellar accuracy and performance from the dedicated sports modes and Garmin IQ auto-tracking.

The watch comes in black, gold, silver and rose gold finishes with Sport and Premium models – Premium is more expensive and gets you a nicer, leather strap.

At just 11.6mm thick and weighing just 40.8g for the Sport – 56.5g for Premium – it’s a real winner. Battery life is five days in ‘smart mode’, two weeks otherwise.

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Health is wealth. I believe that just like me, you also agree with this mantra.

Staying fit and healthy is easier if we can track our activities. Thus, we should get a step counter or pedometer watch to assess how active or sedentary our lifestyle is conveniently 24/7.

I have created the Best Fitness Tracker Watch to help you decide. I have shortlisted the top 10 pedometer watches in the market to cut your research and reading time.

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Our Best Fitness Tracker Watch list is comprehensive as it includes different types of bands. Thus, you will surely find one that fits your budget and requirements.

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Pedometer Watches Check Price Ratings Price Tracks Heart Rate Smartwatch Notifications Built-In GPS
Xiaomi Mi Band 2 Shop Here 5/5 $$$ Yes Yes None
Smart Bracelet Fitness Tracker Shop Here 4.8/5 $ Yes Yes None
Apple Watch 4.4/5 $$$$$ Yes Yes None
Fitbit Charge 2 4.3/5 $$$ Yes Yes None
Garmin Vivoactive 4.0/5 $$$ Yes Yes Yes
Garmin Vivofit 2 4.0/5 $$ Yes No None
Fitbit Alta 4.0/5 $$$ Yes Yes None
Moto 360 3.7/5 $$$$ Yes Yes Yes
Polar Loop 2 3.6/5 $$ Yes Yes None
Fitbit Surge 3.4/5 $$$$$ Yes Yes Yes
Misfit Shine 2 3.0/5 $$$$ No Yes None

Before we proceed, you should know that activity tracker watch may also come in the form of smartwatches. They do not just count your step but may also track your sleep, food, heart rate and more.

However, I must say that smartwatches with activity tracking features like Apple Watch can be costly. But there are simple and affordable pedometer wristbands that offer the basic functionalities.

We will try to cover all these types of pedometer watch because we do not want to develop a prejudice against smartwatches with great fitness tracking capabilities and plain pedometer watches.

You will be seeing high-end products in the list below like Fitbit, Garmin, and the popular smartwatch Apple Watch. These products are targeted for all people who are willing to invest in some really good pedometer watch, like you.

1. Xiaomi Mi Band 2

Xiaomi Mi Band 2 delivers you one of the top activity tracker right now, where performance meets style. Its simplicity and efficiency are impressive that’s why it is in the first place.

This fitness tracker is slim and fashionable. It feels great on the wrist. It is simple compared to smartwatches and other fitness wristbands but is as efficient when it comes to tracking your workout.

This particular wristband is the redesigned version of the Xiaomi Mi Band 2. This is the most full-fledged-yet-affordable tracker that you can get in the market.

Xiaomi Mi Band 2 can track your activities and sleep pattern. For your activity, it can track your running, walking and moving. To help you track on your sleeping pattern, this device will automatically measure your Awake, Light and Sound sleep. It also allows you to log your food and more.

It also will encourage you to make healthy choices and celebrate your progress along the way. It includes an Idle Alert that will vibrate when you are idle for a long time. Furthermore, the more often you wear your fitness wristband, the more personalized its advice will become.

As for its design, you will probably love its slim, lightweight and modest but reliable construction. It has a strong clasp on the wrist and does not fall off easily. Meanwhile, Xiaomi 2 offers an impressive battery life than can last up to two weeks.

Unfortunately, since this is a very simple and straightforward device, this does not include smartwatch notifications and GPS. This is also water-resistant but can’t be worn when swimming.

2. Smart Bracelet Fitness Tracker

Smart Bracelet Fitness Tracker is a high-quality, cheap and durable smart watch that has all the features you need. This smart watch will shock you on how good it is for the price asked!

Smart Bracelet Fitness Tracker Watch can check your steps, distance, calories burned and will help you get a better understanding of your fitness level. It precisely monitors total actual sleeping time and motions every night both light sleep and deep sleep. Not only that it also has some special features that will really help your daily life like Phone call and messages reminder, Camera remote control, Phone Finder and much more!

It’s water proof so you can use it while washing hands and showering. Has vibrating alert so you will never miss a message or reminder and even has a reminder when you have been sitting down for too long. Great features for a great prices make Smart Bracelet Fitness Tracker Watch all you need for a smart watch!

3. Garmin Vivoactive

Garmin Vivoactive is a smartwatch for sports lovers. This device is perfect for individuals with an active lifestyle. If you are always on the go and you need a fitness wearable that can keep up with your phase, this is for you.

Vivoactive is an ultra-thin smartwatch with a sunlight-readable and high-resolution color touchscreen. It is equipped with GPS which makes it perfect for running, biking or even golfing. It is also waterproof, so you can wear it during your swimming sessions. In fact, its auto length accelerometer-based technology can measure your total interval distance, calories burned, session average, stroke count and more.

• GPS-enables
• Great Battery Life
• Slim design

• Patchy notifications
• Limited apps

It has built-in apps to keep you active while still keeping you in the loop with its smart notifications. With this device, you will never miss any important text or call while keeping your phone away to focus on your workout. Transitioning from work to working out has never been convenient with Vivoactive.

You can easily read your stats on its display to keep you motivated and inspired. It also comes with built-in sports apps for running, biking, swimming, golfing and walking.

Vivoactive comes with a free watch face designs, widgets and apps from Connect IQ store. Its battery charge can last up to 3 weeks in watch/activity tracking mode. However, if you use GPS it can only last up to 10 hours. To enjoy the smart notification, you can pair it with your smartphone. I will gently vibrate and display alerts for incoming calls, text, emails, calendar items and notifications from social media and other mobile apps like weather alerts and temperature alerts.

To enjoy the smart notification, you can pair it with your smartphone. I will gently vibrate and display alerts for incoming calls, text, emails, calendar items and notifications from social media and other mobile apps like weather alerts and temperature alerts.

Although Vivoactive is close to being perfect, it still comes with some weaknesses. For instance, it has limited apps compare to other brands. Also, its sleep tracking feature is not as accurate as Withings or Jawbone. Furthermore, the smartphone and watch software connectivity are unstable that you have to do frequent reboots.

Garmin Vivoactive is a great smartwatch and pedometer watch in one. It has impressive fitness apps to keep you on track on your fitness goal and can compare with popular smartwatches when it comes to versatility and connectivity. Furthermore, with its functionality and affordable price, this device is something to beat.

4. Fitbit Charge 2

Fitbit Charge 2, the heart rate and fitness wristband in one comes second on our list because of its design, price and performance. This watch upon examining, this watch is almost similar to Garmin Vivoactive in most aspects. Unfortunately, it lacks built-in GPS, which you can just fix by connecting to your smarthone’s GPS.

This Fitbit tracker recognizes the importance of a healthy heart, so it tracks your heart rate continuously on your wrist. As a result, it helps you maximize your workouts and track your calories burn minus the uncomfortable chest strap. Aside from this, it tracks your steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes and hourly activity. Aside from that, Fitbit Charge 2 recognizes that being busy can sometimes make you forget to move, so it comes with reminders to encourage you to walk at least 250 steps per hour.

• Good Vo2 max data
• Sleek design
• Includes guided breathing
• Cardio Fitness score
• Interchangeable bands and customizable clock
• Easy to read display due to large font
• Comfortable to wear
• 5-day battery life
• Affordable

• Lacks GPS
• Not Waterproof
• Not so user-friendly interface

• Patchy notifications
• Limited apps

Fitbit Charge 2 also automatically tracks your sleep and helps you develop a healthier sleeping pattern. It also records select activities like hiking, biking, sports and more to give you credit even if you forget to log your exercise. If you are into yoga or want to spend quiet time, this device comes with Guided Breathing Sessions that are specially personalized based on your real-time heart rate.

Fitbit Charge 2 has a large OLED screen with tap display. It also comes with interchangeable accessory bands and customizable clock faces to allow you to choose the design that suits your taste. For ease of use, this also includes call text and calendar alerts so you won’t miss any important notification while you workout and keep your phone away.

If there is one thing that Fitbit Charge 2 lacks, it’s the absence of a built-in GPS. You have to connect it to your phone’s GPS to get your pace and distance stats. Also, it is not water-resistant. These features are available on other Fitbit watches, which makes it a point against Charge 2.

However, Charge 2 still impresses me despite the absence of the said feature because it remains effective and reliable in tracking our activities. What Charge 2 has is enough to be one of the most competitive trackers on the market.

5. Apple Watch

Apple has a strong reputation when it comes to innovating new technology. The Cupertino-based tech giant is popular in their line of MacBook but their smartwatch is as impressive. That’s why it is in the third spot.

So when they manufactured their first smartwatch, much is expected from it. Well, Apple did not fail their customers, especially when it comes to helping their clients get fit.

Yes, this product is a smartwatch. However, it is also a popular fitness tracker device due to its capabilities to count your steps and distance. That’s not all, Apple Watch can also track your heart rate and sleep. Meanwhile, its newer version, the Apple Watch 2 is water-resistant and can track your swimming workout.

• Great fitness tracker
• Allows you to send, receive voice calls and do more without looking at your phone
• Has a great design

• Short battery life
• Requires an iPhone to work
• Many apps are slow
• Lacks built-in GPS
• Expensive

This device also comes with an integrated all-day fitness tracking feature with 3-ring Activity screen that will inspire you to move more and reach your daily activity goal in three ways: active calorie, exercise minutes, and standing for at least a minute each hour.

This watch is available in two sizes and styles to cater your different personalities. The sports version has a polymer band that is available in black and neon colors. Meanwhile, the dress version has two sizes to fit smaller and larger wrists.

Aside from the design, it is equipped with different functions that make working out more convenient without having to check your phone from time to time. Apple watch can receive and make voice calls, text and emails. It also allows you to control your music video playback.

However, though this watch is very promising it lacks a built-in GPS, which is very helpful when it comes to tracking your distance and location. Also, most of its features require users to have an iPhone 5 or above. So, if you only own this smartwatch without its iPhone, you can’t maximize its features.

6. Fitbit Alta

Fitbit brings you fitness and fashion on display via Alta. This device will make motivation your best accessory as it allows you to swap your band and switch up style by bringing you metal, leather and classic accessory bands. Alta makes it easy for you to create a look that fits the occasion.

Alta makes it easy for you to create a look that fits the occasion!

Just like the other Fitbit bands, this device can track your number of steps, distance covered, calories burned, active minutes, hourly activity and stationary time. It SmartTrack features automatically records your workout without bothering you to push a button.

• Short battery life
• Requires an iPhone to work
• Many apps are slow
• Lacks built-in GPS
• Expensive

• No GPS
• Not waterproof
• No heart rate monitoring
• Module is not very responsive
• Overly sensitive step tracker

Fitbit Alta will also track your quality and duration of sleep. It has a silent alarm that will vibrate to wake you up peacefully. Furthermore, it will give you friendly reminders to encourage you to move all throughout the day.

Alta is a very slim device but it allows you to tap the display to give you instant access to your stats, time, and smartphone notifications on its slender OLED display. It also syncs your data automatically and wirelessly to computers and over 200+ leading iOS, Android and Windows devices via Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology. Charging may take one to two hours but power can last up to 5 days.

Alta is smart enough to give you call, text and calendar alerts so you won’t miss any important notifications while you workout and keep your phone out of sight. As for its design, aside from the different bands we mentioned earlier, Alta also allows you to choose from a variety of clock faces and pick between vertical or horizontal layouts.

The only downside with Fitbit Alta is that it is not for runners and those who are looking for intense tracking because it has no GPS, optical heart rate monitor or stair climbing tracker. In addition to this, while Alta is sweat, splash and rain resistant, it is not waterproof. You can’t wear it in the shower or while swimming.

7. Moto 360

We are already half-way on our list and I present you Moto 360! This device is from Motorola and it makes in our fifth spot because it brings fashion and functionality in one.

This watch is probably the best-looking Android Wear watch on the market. Aside from that, this highly customizable smartwatch provides you effortless updates and of course, a great channel in tracking your activity.

This device includes a built-in activity tracker to monitor your workout. It has a built-in pedometer and heart rate sensor to track your steps and heart rate. Its heart rate app also comes with an activity monitor to track how active you are. You will enter your vital stats like height and weight and the app will determine your daily heart activity in three categories: “Active,” “Inactive” and “Vigorous.”

• Great design
• Lightweight and comfortable
• Functional and reliable
• Charging cradle doesn’t come with a USB cable
• Large round size is not for everyone

• Heart rate sensor is unreliable
• Poor battery life
• Expensive for an Android watch

Aside from this, it offers coaching advice to help you meet your fitness goals. This feature, in particular, will give you spontaneous notifications throughout the day to keep you moving. It will also email you with a summary of your progress report via its Moto Body phone app.

Aside from its very helpful fitness apps, Moto 360 boasts about its impressive aesthetics. It has a stylish look, comfortable feel, and premium build. This Android watch is something to beat considering its design and performance.

However, while Moto 360 is a great fitness band it is still far from being perfect because while its large size works for some, it can be an issue if you have a narrow wrist. There are also reports of cutoff notifications. Furthermore, its battery life is short. You have to charge it once a day, which is a hassle given that some wearables already offer 5 to 7 days battery life.

8. Fitbit Surge

On our sixth spot is another Fitbit device. Fitbit Surge is the fitness superwatch from Fitbit because it has a built-in GPS and heart rate tracker aside from its pedometer features.

You will surely love this device as your ultimate partner for your fitness goals because it is equipped with all the functionalities you need. In addition to this, if you are an outdoor person or you love working out this device is perfect for people on the move.

Fitbit Surge is designed to train you smarter so you can go farther.

• GPS capable
• Water resistant
• Battery can last up to 7 days
• Large social base

• Can’t be worn in the shower or when swimming
• Inaccurate heart rate data
• Limited notifications
• Bulky design

Surge tracks your steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbs, active minutes, hourly activity and stationary time. Unlike Charge 2, this device comes with a GPS tracking on board to allow you to see your distance page, split times and elevation climbed. This feature also allows you to review your routes.

That’s not all because Surge is also equipped with PurePulse Heart rate to track your heart rate and simplify your heart rate zones. It also comes with the SmartTrack+Multi-Sport feature to track your runs, rides and other multi-sport modes automatically. This feature is particularly helpful if you are forgetful in recording your activities. If you struggle to develop a healthy sleeping pattern, Surge can help you achieve this as it also monitors your sleep and wakes you up with a silent alarm.

Surge is built with eight-sensor technology to help you enjoy a seamless transition from work to workouts while displaying your stats as you live your life on the move. Thanks to its touch screen monochrome LCD and backlight for low light visibility, reading your progress has never been so easy. Furthermore, it syncs your stats to your smartphone and computer and interprets it into a detailed and easy to understand charts to make the data more helpful to you.

To make things easier and more comfortable for you, Fitbit Surge includes text and call alerts to keep you notified throughout the day while being on the move. You can also control your playlist to be in the mood all day.

However, one factor that may reduce its being a superwatch is its being water resistant but not swim proof. It can withstand sweat, rain and splash but should not be submerged under the water for long. Its notifications are also limited to text message and call only. Heart rate data is inaccurate at times since the device fluctuates by around 20 to 30 beats per minute. Furthermore, its design is quite bulky compared to other Fitbit watches.

9. Garmin Vivofit 2

If you are impressed with the first evolution of Vivofit, you will be impressed with Vivofit 2. This device includes the features that you wish was present in the first generation that’s why it makes in our list.

Garmin Vivofit 2 includes an always-on display with 1-year battery life. Yes, this means that for a year, you won’t be bothering yourself as to when you will charge your fitness band.

It is also water-resistant, so you can wear it in the shower or while swimming. If you are forgetful and you always missed to remove your fitness band in the shower that will no longer be an issue with this device. Most Fitbit devices are splash and sweatproof but not wearable under the water. Thus, this feature is a point for Vivofit 2.

Best fitness tracker 2019: Our top picks compared

If you’re looking for the best fitness tracker of the 2019 class, the Fitbit Charge 3 is our current recommendation.

Most fitness trackers now incorporate heart rate tracking and most have some level of waterproofing too. But there’s still huge variations in the quality of data you get – so choosing the right ecosystem is important. Fitbit and Garmin lead the way here.

But there’s also price to consider. Fitness trackers generally aren’t expensive and if you’re just looking to make sure your getting enough steps every day, there’s no need to spend over $40.

Make the right choice
  • Pool friendly: Check out our range of waterproof fitness trackers
  • One device to rule them all: Why not check out our range of top smartwatches
  • Spend less: The best budget fitness trackers

Update: We updated this article in November 2019 to include the latest fitness trackers we’ve been testing — we also updated pricing information and made our selection easier to understand.

Top pick: Fitbit Charge 3

Buy now: $149.99 | Amazon

Fitbit Charge 3 features
  • Heart rate tracking
  • Sleep monitoring
  • Swim tracking
  • ConnectedGPS (phone required)
  • Fitbit Pay (available in Special Edition)
  • VO2 Max data and step tracking
  • SpO2 sensor
  • Guided breathing exercises
  • Works with iOS and Android

The most complete fitness tracker on the market is the Fitbit Charge 3.

A total redesign of the previous generation, we now have a slimmer, refined look — and one that’s much more comfortable to wear. If you want to mix up your look or feel, bands can be swapped out with ease, too.

The headline changes are the waterproof body, which makes it an option for swimmers, and the improved touchscreen, and you’ll quietly be able to get an entire week of battery from the tracker.

Herat rate tracking is a given these days, but, still, the Charge 3 is one of the leading performers. You get continuous monitoring, resting heart rate measurements and VO2 Max calculations with Fitbit’s Cardio Fitness Score.

And, though currently unused, it also comes with a relative SpO2 blood oxygen sensor. When Fitbit eventually rolls out a dedicated feature, this should allow Fitbit to identify sleep apnea.

There’s no GPS – but the Charge 3 has ConnectedGPS, which means it will use your phone’s signal for outdoor workouts.

Best value: Xiaomi Mi Band 4

Buy now: $39.99 | Amazon

Xiaomi Mi Band 4 features
  • Heart rate tracking
  • Waterproof and swim tracking
  • NFC for contactless payments
  • Step tracking
  • Sleep tracking
  • Music controls
  • Notification support
  • iOS and Android support

We’ve put the Mi Band 4 to the test, and, after some notable changes in the features department, we see this as the best pick for those who want great value.

While it might look similar to its predecessor, there’s an improved screen — now a bigger, 0.95-inch color AMOLED touchscreen display with 120 x 240 resolution — that makes it a much nicer place to view your data.

The Android and iOS-friendly fitness tracker does the basics like tracking steps and sleep automatically, but will also track activities like running and cycling with GPS help from your phone. The waterproof design allows for swimming workouts, too.

The price has jumped up ever so slightly from previous generation, but the latest Mi Band still represents excellent value for money if you want a fitness tracker that does the basics and more.

Slim design: Fitbit Inspire HR

Fitbit Inspire HR features
  • Sleep tracking
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Step tracking
  • Notification support
  • Swim tracking
  • Automatic exercise detection
  • Connected GPS
  • iOS and Android support

Fitbit’s newest fitness tracker, the Inspire HR, is a great option for those who want something a little bit sleeker to track sleep with.

It boasts all the same sleep monitoring tech as the flagship Charge 3, only in a lighter and thinner body.

And though it also comes in a regular equivalent, you’ll need the Inspire HR if you want to receive Fitbit’s Sleep Stages — the feature that brings light, deep, awake and REM insights from your night’s sleep.

Fitbit’s Inspire range also offers a swim-proof design, step tracking, notifications and automatic workout tracking.

It’s not just advanced sleep metrics available on the Inspire HR, either, with the heart rate monitor giving you round-the-clock coverage, as well as the Guided Breathing feature.

It takes all of the Fitbit fitness tracker basics and puts it on a device with a touchscreen display — one that can go the distance, too, with around five days of battery life.

Deep insights: Garmin Vivosmart 4

Buy now: $89.99 | Amazon

Garmin Vivosmart 4 features
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Step tracking
  • Automatic exercise detection
  • VO2 Max
  • Rep counting for gym exercises
  • Heart rate variability for stress scores
  • iOS and Android support

The Vivosmart 4 is slimmer, sleeker and even better equipped for the gym than its predecessor.

It includes a heart rate monitor, VO2 Max testing (which is a great metric for those who like HIIT and CrossFit clases), and automatic exercise detection, so you won’t miss out if you forget to start tracking a session.

The ‘body battery’ energy monitoring will give you a better insight into how well prepared you are for your next workout, too.

The Vivosmart 4 also packs in Garmin’s Move IQ software and rep counting for those who like to lift weights, while the addition of the pulse oximeter sensor means it’s even able to help detect sleep apnea.

The decent accelerometer-based run tracking slightly makes up for the missing GPS support, as well, if you’re not too bothered about pinpoint accuracy.

Pool champ: Samsung Galaxy Fit

Buy now: $89.99 | Amazon

Samsung Galaxy Fit features
  • 0.95-inch AMOLED touchscreen display
  • Tracks steps/automatic sleep monitoring
  • Accelerometer-based workout tracking
  • Includes heart rate monitor
  • 5ATM (up to 50 metres) waterproof
  • Works with Android and iOS
  • Displays notifications

The Samsung Galaxy Fit isn’t a direct replacement for the older Gear Fit2 Pro, but, if you’re looking for a fitness tracker that’s nicer to wear and tracks your pool time, the Fit gets our vote.

Sitting below the Fit2 Pro, the $99.99 Fit does all the basics including step counting and distance covered, and also offers strong sleep monitoring features too.

You also get smartwatch features like notification support and the ability to switch out watch faces on the gorgeous 0.95-inch AMOLED touchscreen display . There’s no music player controls, payment features or Bixby support, but that’s not all surprising considering the price.

On the swim tracking front, you’re relying on the onboard motion sensors to monitor pool time. Accuracy-wise, we found it served up data more on par with what our Garmin watch recorded. Using it in the pool in general is fine and its slim design means it’s nice and unobtrusive.

For battery life, you can expect around the seven-day mark depending on usage. If you want a slim, comfortable tracker with decent swim tracking skills, this is definitely one to consider.

Samsung Galaxy Fit e

Buy now: Amazon | $35

Samsung Galaxy Fit e key features
  • Works with Android phones and iPhones
  • Tracks steps and sleep
  • Auto workout tracking for walking, running, dynamic workout
  • Displays notifications
  • Includes heart rate sensor
  • 6-7 days battery life (typical usage)
  • 5ATM (up to 50 metres) waterproof rating

And you don’t need to spend big to get a big name tracker: the Samsung Galaxy Fit e offers an entry into the world of fitness tracking for less than $40.

It’s still waterproof to 50 meters, which isn’t the best on test, but should be good enough for most for reviewing your fitness tracking data.

In terms of tracking, the Galaxy Fit e keeps things simple. You get step counting, sleep tracking and it will also automatically detect running, walking and other workouts. It’s not the most accurate, but if you’re just looking to get credit for your workouts on your calorie and step goals it does the job.

There’s a heart rate sensor to help record that calorie burn and it will last a respectable 6-7 days between charges.

Yes accuracy of biometrics isn’t world beating, the Fit e offers excellent value for money. And when you consider its peers are devices from Xiaomi and Honor, you’re getting a far better build and app experience.

Great design: Withings Steel HR Sport

Withings Steel HR Sport features
  • Automatic exercise detection
  • Continuous heart rate monitoring
  • Dedicated run and swim tracking
  • Sleep tracking
  • 25-day battery life
  • iOS and Android support

The Withings Steel HR Sport is the company’s first hybrid smartwatch since the company was bought back from Nokia. Thankfully, it still one of the best hybrids for keeping track of your fitness.

The key thing here is the accuracy of the heart rate monitor, which, in our testing, was a top performer.

It’s designed for continuous wear, and will take a reading from your wrist every minute. However, the fact that it’s combined into such a beautifully designed tracker-watch hybrid, and still manages 25 days of battery life, is a huge boon for Withings.

Swim tracking is also present, as well as GPS connection over the phone, meaning you can now more accurately track runs with the help of your smartphone.

In short, the Withings Steel HR is a superb fitness tracker that gets our thumbs up.

Low cost: Honor Band 5

Buy now: $35 | Amazon

Honor Band 5 features
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Water resistance
  • Step tracking
  • Sleep monitoring
  • Tracks ten exercises
  • SpO2 monitor
  • Phone notifications
  • 14-day battery life
  • iOS and Android support

We may prefer the design and fit the Xiaomi Mi Band 4 provides, but the Honor Band 5 is the best option for those who just want the most affordable fitness tracker.

And, surprisingly, despite its low price, you get plenty of features that aren’t standard on more expensive options, such as a crisp 0.95-inch AMOLED color display (offering 240 x 120 pixel resolution) and a SpO2 sensor.

It doesn’t stop there, either. For more basic monitoring, there’s a heart rate sensor, automatic sleep tracking support and the ability to track a range of different exercises. That includes swimming, even, with waterproofing up to 50 meters.

Perhaps best of all, though, is the two-week battery life, letting your tracker remain connected to your wrist for an extremely long time between charges (and also your iOS or Android device, as both are compatible).

Built-in GPS: Garmin Vivosport

Buy now: $119.99 | Amazon

Garmin Vivosport features
  • Built-in GPS
  • Heart rate
  • Sports modes
  • Advanced heart metrics
  • Seven days of battery life
  • Notification support
  • iOS and Android

The Garmin Vivosport is one of the few fitness trackers featuring both GPS and a heart rate monitor, and this alone makes it the best option for runners and those who enjoy outdoor workouts.

You can place the band into running and cycling mode to get a GPS tracked workout, with the only downside being the difficulty in reading live stats on the tiny 72 x 144 monochrome screen.

It’s water resistant to 5ATM (up to 50m), though, which means it will survive a dip in the pool, as well as workouts in the great outdoors.

Despite being a couple of years old, it also features the same rich mix of heart rate enabled metrics, including heart rate variability stress scores, resting heart rate, VO2 Max and fitness age estimates.

Essentially, if you like running and gym work, but are looking for a band over a dedicated GPS running watch, the Garmin Vivosport is one of the best options out there.

This article was first published in August 2014. However, we update it frequently to reflect the newest fitness trackers, making sure that we’ve tested the latest and greatest devices available to buy.

Has any review been made with the Huami Amazfit Cor? The price is great ($50), but I just don’t know how reliable the swimming tracking is.

We’re working on it, bear with us

It’s a big bulky band and no GPS on a Polar is a bit silly.

i have to disagree in parts for the moov now (using it for about 3 years). While it does a nice job in swim tracking, has a good price, great battery life and collects nice data there is a big downside — in fact in my opinion moov got worse over time.But still — in that price range i am not sure about an alternative that offers similar. Anyways: critic — go:

For tracking only and watching it afterwards in the app its fine — but it has some flaws and misses some essentials.

What i mean by that?

a) The app can only use the internal memory — no sd card or similar — so each workout it gets bigger and you can only delete workouts to go against that. Depending on your phone this can suck

b) you can’t export shit part 1: Only the most recent workout is automatically synced (for an unknown time period) after you finished. If that doesn’t work — you’re screwed. No possibility to sync per hand when that fails.

c) you can’t export shit part 2: You can only sync distance, time, gpx data for biking and running, for swimming only distance and time is synced.

None of the other data of the so called coach is available outside your small mobile screen.

They offer their own heart rate solution. Export or sync that data? Not possible.

d) Speaking of smart coach and their new and shiny heart rate tracker. Ever driven up a hill in first gear with your heart rate maxing? Smart Coach still tells you to «shift to an easier gear». Fucking wannabe smart that is.

e) Customer support. Another thing i am looking for when buying a new wearable i learned here: do they have a forum for feedback/discussion with other users?

Moov had one (uservoice)- but killed it from one day to the other — replacing it with a simple answer collection. No discussion possible there. Sucks. Polar did something similar btw (forum.polar.fi). While its ok to say «we got no manpower to give support» — a feedback possibility and to exchange with other users is essential for me. Why drop the chance of feedback and community support? Dumb.

f) updates: it seems to get buggier with each update. If you look at the blog — they now are all-so-happy to announce the app in other languages then english.

Worst. Translation. Ever.

I can only speak for my language — but

3. there are several typos in the app. This is so bad that it for sure has for sure never seen the eye of a native speaker or anyone nearly able to understand it.

2. when doing a workout the stats moov tells you every km/mile sounds something alone the lines of: «can’t find underline stats error underline. You error error this error underline. «.

So mainly: not usable during the workout. Its like that for the last 2 updates now (and yes i gave them feedback — which leads to my top 1).

1. The language change is not optional and can’t be changed in the settings. So the workaround i got as reply to my feedback was:» you have to change your language in your phone settings.» So we’ll just change our entire phone language because a single app has a shitty translation? Sounds about right.

I get why the the wareble office can love that thing — but it’s more like hate love — and no understanding for a lot of decisions of the guys behind the moov.

BTW — you should open a forum here 😉 — so people can discuss their experience with trackers, watches etc.

When looking for a buy you mostly don’t see stuff like «is there a discussion/feedback/support forum available», «do they listen to user feedback», how updates are handled, if you can export your data etc.

Can anyone please suggest models that, in addition to tracking steps, heartrate etc can also show time; in short a fitness tracker cum watch ?

Hi Vasanthi. Fitness trackers like the Fitbit Alta HR, Fitbit Charge 2 and Garmin Vivosport will all track your steps and heart rate, as well as give you the time. If you’re looking for more of a watch-style design that can still track heart rate and steps, we’d recommend checking out the Nokia Steel HR.

My Charge 2 fails to maintain a charge after 18 months of use. The best Fitbit can do is offer me 25% off on a new one. Their customer support has gone downhill.

I have a Fitbit Charge 2 HR, and haven’t had any problems with it. I’ve had it over 18 months.
My question is this, my husband works in heavy equipment for 12.5 hours. He wants a fitness tracker, but doesn’t want the bumpiness to track as steps. He wants to track his heart rate and his sleep, and will start going to the gym and wants to track that too. Is there a best option for his situation?

There are many feature rich smart bands from likes of Xiaomi and Honor with less than 1/3rd of the prices of above mentioned bands. They are stylish, durable and budget friendly. I bought Honor band 3 ($ 32.55) which includes 24*7 hr monitor, sleep, step detector, alarm, notifications and reading, caller ID and rejection, swimming, cycling, work out plans, fitness analysis, gps connection to smart phone, and more. Then why spend that much amount for smart bands of Fitbit and Gramins.

Had a fitbit once; never did work!. POS. Wasted $100. on it, plus months trying to get it to work.

Thanks for the Honor band 3 info. I’ll check it out.

what would you recommend? Ideally not a wrist strap ( ? something that would work round ankle or bra strap or clip onto clothing). Hospital workers not allowed wrist straps.

I want easy to use device as most important thing. Not necessary to download info or use with phone. I want a rep timer for running intervals, to measure speed and distance. To use with bike too. Steps for the rest of the day. Sleep info would be nice but not deal breaker, calories burned too. Looking for cheap and cheerful. Not bothered by looks or branding

Hi just wondering what you would recommend that has a timer function as well as counting reps to help at the gym eg: 90 second timer which then tracks how many reps you do in that time? Is that even a feature.

Thanks for sharing this amazing blog post. You have shared the huge information. Keep sharing!!

Why do you not have reviews for people with visual difficulties?

What would be your suggestion for a vibrating tracker? I need a watch or tracker that I can set a timer on easily and quickly multiple times a day. We use timers at my job all day to time patients and I am hard of hearing and cannot hear the beeping of the kitchen timers they use. I will end up wearing the kitchen timer anyways so I might as well wear a tracker or watch.

I’m very interested in fitness tracker. I used to read on techwhiff. Now, I want to choose a fitnness tracker. I find information are interesting and useful.

I found Fitbit Versa’s review on techwhiff and I found that Fitbit Versa provides users with applications that have detailed sleep functions. That is one of the advantages of the Fitbit Versa. This app will be great if the actual hardware will track and sync properly.

Having bought the Charge 3, I would like to share with this site that it is by far the worst tracker I have ever owned. The step counts is grossly inaccurate. Counting significantly more steps than I actually take. Counting steps while I am sitting at my desk. Not just a couple we are talking hundreds. Also, when exercising once your wrist starts sweating if you are exercising intensely the HR stops working. I have 30 minute workouts on my fit bit where 10 minutes of my heartrate weren’t tracked. Just shows blank on the dash board. Asking fitbit for support has been a disaster, completely unresponsive, sent me in circles with suggestions or pages to read on their site to trouble shoot. If tracking your heartrate during exercise and accurate step count are important to you, then this tracker is not for you. Its a total waste of money.

Are you guys being paid to review the Fitbit Charge 3? How can every major site give it flawless reviews when it’s accuracy when it comes to HR, Steptracking and Calorie tracking is highly inaccurate? Do you just assume that the stats shown on the tracker is accurate and base the review of the features? I was gonna buy a Fitbit Charge 3, but after reading a dozen threads it is clear that none of the things it is surpose to track is accurate.

Hi. I’m interested to buy my first fitness tracker. Can u help me choose. My workout routine are swimming and walking. Which is better huawie band 3, shine or moove ?thanks!

If you like swimming, the most accurate of those three is the Moov, but it doesn’t have a display of course. The Huawei Band 3 tracks swimming too, but we had mixed results with accuracy. You could also consider something like the Vivosmart 4 or the Inspire HR.

How is FitBit still «leading the way» in 2019 when their customer service is literally THE worst. After paying the ridiculous price of $250 for the Ionic, the screen cracked after only 6 months and the cause? Bumping my belt! When I called the company for a replacement under the warranty, they confirmed that the watch should NOT crack under so little pressure but instead of honoring their warranty they implied that I was lying about how the screen cracked. Then to add insult to injury they offered me 20% off to buy a new one. Obviously I will be choosing a different company for my next smart watch.

Best fitness tracker 2019: the top 10 activity bands on the planet

Garmin, Fitbit and others make up our best fitness trackers list

If you’re looking for a collection of the best fitness trackers, wearable devices to monitor your activity and overall health, you’re in the right place now. These are the best and newest devices on the market to count your steps, measure your exercises, monitor your heart rate and more, with pinpoint accuracy.

Think of them like an electronic watchdog for your health, putting a finger on your pulse, constantly measuring your vitals, checking your quality of sleep, counting your steps and (sometimes) even more.

Some folks even call them smart bracelets, mostly because activity bands now look as good as traditional jewelry, but they’re also so light you’ll barely notice them on your wrist.

Before you go any further, know that we aren’t evaluating all the highest-end tech wristwear in this list. For that you’ll want our best smartwatch guide, which includes top-end products like the Apple Watch 5, Fossil Sport and Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2.

You also won’t find the Fitbit Ionic, Fitbit Versa or Fitbit Versa Lite here either, which, despite their brand name, are all smartwatches and are priced accordingly.

Right now this guide is designed to show you the best of the best that your money will get you. We’ll show you how each ranks in terms of stand-out features, specs, price, design, the quality of the software you’ll be using on your phone and much more.

(Image credit: Fitbit)

1. Fitbit Charge 3

Take charge of your fitness with the best tracker

Screen: Yes | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No | Battery life: Six days | Compatibility: Android/iOS

More refined than the Fitbit Charge 2, the Charge 3 is one of the company’s most accomplished devices. It has a more lightweight design than the last-gen, and it looks better on your wrist. It’s our number one all-round fitness tracker since the price has dropped slightly recently, and it offers a lot of insight into your overall health.

The display is bigger and clearer than a lot of other fitness trackers on this list, but it’s still a black and white screen.

There’s no onboard GPS, like some other trackers on this list have, but it’s waterproof and offers a full fitness suite including a heart rate tracker. You can track GPS by pairing your phone with the tracker too.

You have to spend a bit extra on this than other fitness trackers you can buy in this same list, but if you enjoy the whole Fitbit app and experience and would also like access to notifications and Fitbit’s fantastic sleep tracking, you’ll want to opt for this as it’s one of the company’s best trackers ever.

What’s next? It’s likely to be the Fitbit Charge 4, but we don’t currently know when it’ll launch.

(Image credit: Garmin)

2. Garmin Vivosmart 4

It tells you how much energy you do (or don’t) have

Screen: Yes | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No | Battery life: 7 days | Compatibility: Android/iOS

Our highest ranked Garmin product in the best fitness tracker list is also one of the most accomplished in its range of health bands.

This device isn’t made for serious athletes like a variety of other products from the Garmin brand, but instead this is for those who want to be able to track the odd bit of exercise and have an attractive band to do it.

The screen is bigger on this version than other Garmin products, and it has a battery that should last you around a week depending on how much exercise you’ll be doing.

There’s also an innovative feature called body battery that helps you learn when exactly is the best time to exercise depending on how much energy you have. This is great for those who are just as interested in their recovery and general wellbeing as they are clocking up the miles.

What’s next? There aren’t currently any rumors of a Garmin Vivosmart 5, but it’s nearing its first birthday so Garmin may soon unveil a new version.

(Image credit: Huawei)

3. Huawei Band 3 Pro

Both style and substance on a budget

Screen: Yes | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes | Battery life: 14 days standby | Compatibility: Android/iOS

Taking over from the Huawei Band 2 Pro is the Huawei Band 3 Pro. This is one of the best fitness trackers you can buy if you’re on a strict budget, and it has some amazing features considering how much it costs.

The Band 3 Pro comes with GPS onboard, it has a water resistant design (which means you can take it swimming) and there’s a 0.95-inch color screen to display all of your stats on your wrist.

We’ve found the heart rate monitor to be accurate, and while the GPS could be quicker at locking on we also found it to be precise. If you’re looking for an affordable entry-level device for your first foray into the world of fitness tracking, this is a great place to start.

What’s next? We expect to hear about the Huawei Band 4 Pro in the future, but we haven’t yet heard any details on when it may land.

(Image credit: Fitbit)

4. Fitbit Inspire HR

Inspiration to get off the sofa

Screen: Yes | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No | Battery life: 5 days | Compatibility: Android/iOS

This isn’t the most capable fitness tracker in our best of list, but it does a lot considering its price and you’ll get access to all of Fitbit’s top-end services.

The Fitbit Inspire HR unsurprisingly offers a heart rate tracker alongside a variety of other fitness tracking capabilities.

It isn’t as capable as the Fitbit Charge 3 as it lacks swim tracking or Fitbit Pay integration, but that’s understandable as this is much cheaper.

It features a slimmer and more comfortable design than a lot of other trackers you can buy, so if you’re after a Fitbit that won’t be heavy on your wrist you may want to consider the Inspire HR as your next fitness band.

(Image credit: Garmin)

5. Garmin Vivosport

The sportier Garmin

Screen: Yes, color touchscreen | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Water-resistant | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes | Battery life: 7 days | Compatibility: Android/iOS

It’s not as stylish as most of the Fitbit products, but there’s a reason the Garmin Vivosport appears in this list before products from the latter company.

This is cheaper than most Fitbit products and it comes with GPS built-in too. We found the Vivosport offers a solid seven days battery life from a single charge, even when using the GPS features.

Although it’s waterproof, it won’t track your swimming easily but the Vivosport excels for other kinds of workouts and is great for tracking your jogging and cycling. Plus we found the heart rate tracker to be accurate too.

(Image credit: Honor)

6. Honor Band 5

Honor’s latest wearable

Screen: Yes, color touchscreen | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No | Battery life: 7 days | Compatibility: Android/iOS

The Honor Band 5 was a serious step up from the Band 4, with improved fitness features in many areas, as well as a color touchscreen to view all your information on.

One of the most useful features is the sleep tracking, that gives you advice to maximise your sleep time, as well as simply monitoring it like many other fitness trackers do.

The Honor Band 5 is also one of the most affordable fitness trackers on the market, so if you want an exercise monitor or sleep counter that isn’t also a bank-breaker, this is where to look.

(Image credit: Xiaomi)

7. Xiaomi Mi Band 4

Xiaomi’s budget fitness tracker

Screen: Yes, color touchscreen | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Connected GPS | Battery life: 20 days | Compatibility: Android/iOS

The Xiaomi Mi Band 4 is run-of-the-mill affordable fitness tracker, in that it has a slimline design, a smallish color screen with a capacitive button, and a selection of workouts to track.

It has a few great perks for fitness buffs though, like its 20-day battery life, useful heart rate monitor and easy-to-view screen, so if you’re looking for a new heart rate monitor there are far worse devices you can buy.

(Image credit: Amazfit)

8. Amazfit Bip

Looks like a smartwatch, but it’s more fitness tracker

Screen: Yes, black and white | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes | Battery life: 1 month | Compatibility: Android/iOS

This may look more like a smartwatch than any of the other devices on this list, but as it runs its own software and has a very big focus on fitness we’ve decided to include it in our list of the best fitness trackers.

The Amazfit Bip design has been influenced by the Apple Watch (there’s no denying that) and it comes packed with tons of features including GPS, an accurate heart rate tracker, multi-sport tracking, sleep tracking and VO2 Max features too.

If you’re looking for a more watch-like design than everything else on this list, the Bip will be up your street. It’s lightweight too and other highlights include the always-on display and strong battery life that should last around a month depending on your usage.

If this all sounds good, you’d be hard pressed to go wrong with the Amazfit Bip. It’s worth noting the fitness tracker isn’t available in all markets at the moment though and you may struggle to find the Bip where you live.

What’s next? The Amazfit Bip 2 is available in China, but you can’t currently buy it anywhere else. We may have to wait a while until it makes it to the US or UK.

(Image credit: Garmin)

9. Garmin Vivofit 4

One of Garmin’s cheapest

Screen: Yes, color LCD | Heart rate tracker: No | Waterproof: Water-resistant | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No | Battery life: 1 year | Compatibility: Android/iOS

The Garmin Vivofit 4 is one of the best fitness trackers the company has ever created, and that now means it sits in this prestigious list alongside some other fantastic tracking products.

We particularly like the super-long battery life of the Vivofit 4, which means you won’t need to recharge your device for a whole year. That means you can wear it all day, then all night for sleep tracking and not have to worry about recharging it.

You’ll miss out on phone notifications by buying this tracker, but you do get the benefit of an always-on color display, accurate fitness tracking features — just note these are more limited than some other trackers on this list — as well as access to an in-depth app to break down your stats on your smartphone.

(Image credit: Moov)

10. Moov Now

Previously our number one

Screen: No | Heart rate tracker: No | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes, through phone | Battery life: Six months | Compatibility: Android/iOS

Although it may be a few years old, the Moov Now is still one of our favorite fitness bands. It’s cheap, offers everything you’ll want in an everyday tracker and there’s a phenomenal six month long battery life.

The Moov Now isn’t just designed for step tracking though — it comes with boxing and rep-based training, as well as a swimming mode on top of run coaching and sleep monitoring features. That’s a lot to get stuck in with.

You won’t get GPS or some of the more complex fitness tracking features that others on this list offer, but if you’re looking for a great everyday tracker that doesn’t cost a lot of money the Moov Now will suit you perfectly.

What’s next? The Moov Now was first released back in 2015, so the device is due a refresh. That said, we haven’t heard any rumors of a new device coming from Moov.

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Smart Band Watch Bracelet Wristband Fitness Tracker Blood Pressure HeartRate M3s

Function Overview:
Dynamic heart rate, blood pressure detection, blood oxygen monitoring,
Sports step (3D sensor), calorie consumption, exercise distance, pedometer
Bluetooth connection, call reminder, message reminder, raise hand to light up screen,
smart alarm clock, find bracelet(anti-lost by vibration), remote camera, Sedentary reminder, drinking reminder, sleep monitoring,
Information push (SMS, WeChat, QQ, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsAPP, etc.) .

Features:
100% brand new and high quality
0.96inch IPS color screen display, clear to see even under sunlight
Sports and health: Sports step (3D sensor), calorie consumption, exercise distance, pedometer
Support Dynamic Heart rate, Blood Pressure, Blood Oxygen monitoring,
Support call reminder and message reminder
Remote camera function: shake it to take photos after bluetooth connection like a remote camera shutter for your phone.
Life waterproof: IP67 ,can wash hands, wear in the rain, but it better not swim
Large battery built in, super-long standby up to about 15days, work for 7days, quick to charge for 2hours(USB charging, USB cable included)
Bracelet band is replaceable
Soft TFU bracelet, quite skin-friendly and comfortable
Smart life asistant to help you a lot

Specification:
Total Length: 235mm
Band Width: 22mm
Main Unit Size: 4.1cm * 1.2cm * 1.9cm(Length x Height x Width)
Bracelet material: ABS, main body cover PC, strap TPU
Battery capacity: 80mah
Battery type: lithium polymer battery
Display screen: 0.96 HD IPS color screen FTF process, single point touch button
Bluetooth: 4.0
System Requirements: Android 4.3 or IOS8.0 or higher mobile phones supporting Bluetooth 4.0
Color: Black | Red | Blue

Note:
Please allow 1-3cm (0.4-1.18″) difference due to manual measurement and slight color variation for different display setting
Thank you for your understanding, nice day!

Package Includes:
1 * Smart bracelet
1 * USB cable
1 * User Manual

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10 Best Step Counter Pedometer Watch Bracelet for Fitness Tracking

Health is wealth. I believe that just like me, you also agree with this mantra.

Staying fit and healthy is easier if we can track our activities. Thus, we should get a step counter or pedometer watch to assess how active or sedentary our lifestyle is conveniently 24/7.

I have created the Best Fitness Tracker Watch to help you decide. I have shortlisted the top 10 pedometer watches in the market to cut your research and reading time.

Best Fitness Tracker Watch

Our Best Fitness Tracker Watch list is comprehensive as it includes different types of bands. Thus, you will surely find one that fits your budget and requirements.

*I rate Xiaomi Mi Band 2 #1 most recommended fitness watch because this has all the functions all the other smartwatches have but cost less than 100$. It is also one of the most flexible wearables. Such as you can sync with both iOS and Android. Click here to check it out.

Pedometer Watches Check Price Ratings Price Tracks Heart Rate Smartwatch Notifications Built-In GPS
Xiaomi Mi Band 2 Shop Here 5/5 $$$ Yes Yes None
Smart Bracelet Fitness Tracker Shop Here 4.8/5 $ Yes Yes None
Apple Watch 4.4/5 $$$$$ Yes Yes None
Fitbit Charge 2 4.3/5 $$$ Yes Yes None
Garmin Vivoactive 4.0/5 $$$ Yes Yes Yes
Garmin Vivofit 2 4.0/5 $$ Yes No None
Fitbit Alta 4.0/5 $$$ Yes Yes None
Moto 360 3.7/5 $$$$ Yes Yes Yes
Polar Loop 2 3.6/5 $$ Yes Yes None
Fitbit Surge 3.4/5 $$$$$ Yes Yes Yes
Misfit Shine 2 3.0/5 $$$$ No Yes None

Before we proceed, you should know that activity tracker watch may also come in the form of smartwatches. They do not just count your step but may also track your sleep, food, heart rate and more.

However, I must say that smartwatches with activity tracking features like Apple Watch can be costly. But there are simple and affordable pedometer wristbands that offer the basic functionalities.

We will try to cover all these types of pedometer watch because we do not want to develop a prejudice against smartwatches with great fitness tracking capabilities and plain pedometer watches.

You will be seeing high-end products in the list below like Fitbit, Garmin, and the popular smartwatch Apple Watch. These products are targeted for all people who are willing to invest in some really good pedometer watch, like you.

1. Xiaomi Mi Band 2

Xiaomi Mi Band 2 delivers you one of the top activity tracker right now, where performance meets style. Its simplicity and efficiency are impressive that’s why it is in the first place.

This fitness tracker is slim and fashionable. It feels great on the wrist. It is simple compared to smartwatches and other fitness wristbands but is as efficient when it comes to tracking your workout.

This particular wristband is the redesigned version of the Xiaomi Mi Band 2. This is the most full-fledged-yet-affordable tracker that you can get in the market.

Xiaomi Mi Band 2 can track your activities and sleep pattern. For your activity, it can track your running, walking and moving. To help you track on your sleeping pattern, this device will automatically measure your Awake, Light and Sound sleep. It also allows you to log your food and more.

It also will encourage you to make healthy choices and celebrate your progress along the way. It includes an Idle Alert that will vibrate when you are idle for a long time. Furthermore, the more often you wear your fitness wristband, the more personalized its advice will become.

As for its design, you will probably love its slim, lightweight and modest but reliable construction. It has a strong clasp on the wrist and does not fall off easily. Meanwhile, Xiaomi 2 offers an impressive battery life than can last up to two weeks.

Unfortunately, since this is a very simple and straightforward device, this does not include smartwatch notifications and GPS. This is also water-resistant but can’t be worn when swimming.

2. Smart Bracelet Fitness Tracker

Smart Bracelet Fitness Tracker is a high-quality, cheap and durable smart watch that has all the features you need. This smart watch will shock you on how good it is for the price asked!

Smart Bracelet Fitness Tracker Watch can check your steps, distance, calories burned and will help you get a better understanding of your fitness level. It precisely monitors total actual sleeping time and motions every night both light sleep and deep sleep. Not only that it also has some special features that will really help your daily life like Phone call and messages reminder, Camera remote control, Phone Finder and much more!

It’s water proof so you can use it while washing hands and showering. Has vibrating alert so you will never miss a message or reminder and even has a reminder when you have been sitting down for too long. Great features for a great prices make Smart Bracelet Fitness Tracker Watch all you need for a smart watch!

3. Garmin Vivoactive

Garmin Vivoactive is a smartwatch for sports lovers. This device is perfect for individuals with an active lifestyle. If you are always on the go and you need a fitness wearable that can keep up with your phase, this is for you.

Vivoactive is an ultra-thin smartwatch with a sunlight-readable and high-resolution color touchscreen. It is equipped with GPS which makes it perfect for running, biking or even golfing. It is also waterproof, so you can wear it during your swimming sessions. In fact, its auto length accelerometer-based technology can measure your total interval distance, calories burned, session average, stroke count and more.

• GPS-enables
• Great Battery Life
• Slim design

• Patchy notifications
• Limited apps

It has built-in apps to keep you active while still keeping you in the loop with its smart notifications. With this device, you will never miss any important text or call while keeping your phone away to focus on your workout. Transitioning from work to working out has never been convenient with Vivoactive.

You can easily read your stats on its display to keep you motivated and inspired. It also comes with built-in sports apps for running, biking, swimming, golfing and walking.

Vivoactive comes with a free watch face designs, widgets and apps from Connect IQ store. Its battery charge can last up to 3 weeks in watch/activity tracking mode. However, if you use GPS it can only last up to 10 hours. To enjoy the smart notification, you can pair it with your smartphone. I will gently vibrate and display alerts for incoming calls, text, emails, calendar items and notifications from social media and other mobile apps like weather alerts and temperature alerts.

To enjoy the smart notification, you can pair it with your smartphone. I will gently vibrate and display alerts for incoming calls, text, emails, calendar items and notifications from social media and other mobile apps like weather alerts and temperature alerts.

Although Vivoactive is close to being perfect, it still comes with some weaknesses. For instance, it has limited apps compare to other brands. Also, its sleep tracking feature is not as accurate as Withings or Jawbone. Furthermore, the smartphone and watch software connectivity are unstable that you have to do frequent reboots.

Garmin Vivoactive is a great smartwatch and pedometer watch in one. It has impressive fitness apps to keep you on track on your fitness goal and can compare with popular smartwatches when it comes to versatility and connectivity. Furthermore, with its functionality and affordable price, this device is something to beat.

4. Fitbit Charge 2

Fitbit Charge 2, the heart rate and fitness wristband in one comes second on our list because of its design, price and performance. This watch upon examining, this watch is almost similar to Garmin Vivoactive in most aspects. Unfortunately, it lacks built-in GPS, which you can just fix by connecting to your smarthone’s GPS.

This Fitbit tracker recognizes the importance of a healthy heart, so it tracks your heart rate continuously on your wrist. As a result, it helps you maximize your workouts and track your calories burn minus the uncomfortable chest strap. Aside from this, it tracks your steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes and hourly activity. Aside from that, Fitbit Charge 2 recognizes that being busy can sometimes make you forget to move, so it comes with reminders to encourage you to walk at least 250 steps per hour.

• Good Vo2 max data
• Sleek design
• Includes guided breathing
• Cardio Fitness score
• Interchangeable bands and customizable clock
• Easy to read display due to large font
• Comfortable to wear
• 5-day battery life
• Affordable

• Lacks GPS
• Not Waterproof
• Not so user-friendly interface

• Patchy notifications
• Limited apps

Fitbit Charge 2 also automatically tracks your sleep and helps you develop a healthier sleeping pattern. It also records select activities like hiking, biking, sports and more to give you credit even if you forget to log your exercise. If you are into yoga or want to spend quiet time, this device comes with Guided Breathing Sessions that are specially personalized based on your real-time heart rate.

Fitbit Charge 2 has a large OLED screen with tap display. It also comes with interchangeable accessory bands and customizable clock faces to allow you to choose the design that suits your taste. For ease of use, this also includes call text and calendar alerts so you won’t miss any important notification while you workout and keep your phone away.

If there is one thing that Fitbit Charge 2 lacks, it’s the absence of a built-in GPS. You have to connect it to your phone’s GPS to get your pace and distance stats. Also, it is not water-resistant. These features are available on other Fitbit watches, which makes it a point against Charge 2.

However, Charge 2 still impresses me despite the absence of the said feature because it remains effective and reliable in tracking our activities. What Charge 2 has is enough to be one of the most competitive trackers on the market.

5. Apple Watch

Apple has a strong reputation when it comes to innovating new technology. The Cupertino-based tech giant is popular in their line of MacBook but their smartwatch is as impressive. That’s why it is in the third spot.

So when they manufactured their first smartwatch, much is expected from it. Well, Apple did not fail their customers, especially when it comes to helping their clients get fit.

Yes, this product is a smartwatch. However, it is also a popular fitness tracker device due to its capabilities to count your steps and distance. That’s not all, Apple Watch can also track your heart rate and sleep. Meanwhile, its newer version, the Apple Watch 2 is water-resistant and can track your swimming workout.

• Great fitness tracker
• Allows you to send, receive voice calls and do more without looking at your phone
• Has a great design

• Short battery life
• Requires an iPhone to work
• Many apps are slow
• Lacks built-in GPS
• Expensive

This device also comes with an integrated all-day fitness tracking feature with 3-ring Activity screen that will inspire you to move more and reach your daily activity goal in three ways: active calorie, exercise minutes, and standing for at least a minute each hour.

This watch is available in two sizes and styles to cater your different personalities. The sports version has a polymer band that is available in black and neon colors. Meanwhile, the dress version has two sizes to fit smaller and larger wrists.

Aside from the design, it is equipped with different functions that make working out more convenient without having to check your phone from time to time. Apple watch can receive and make voice calls, text and emails. It also allows you to control your music video playback.

However, though this watch is very promising it lacks a built-in GPS, which is very helpful when it comes to tracking your distance and location. Also, most of its features require users to have an iPhone 5 or above. So, if you only own this smartwatch without its iPhone, you can’t maximize its features.

6. Fitbit Alta

Fitbit brings you fitness and fashion on display via Alta. This device will make motivation your best accessory as it allows you to swap your band and switch up style by bringing you metal, leather and classic accessory bands. Alta makes it easy for you to create a look that fits the occasion.

Alta makes it easy for you to create a look that fits the occasion!

Just like the other Fitbit bands, this device can track your number of steps, distance covered, calories burned, active minutes, hourly activity and stationary time. It SmartTrack features automatically records your workout without bothering you to push a button.

• Short battery life
• Requires an iPhone to work
• Many apps are slow
• Lacks built-in GPS
• Expensive

• No GPS
• Not waterproof
• No heart rate monitoring
• Module is not very responsive
• Overly sensitive step tracker

Fitbit Alta will also track your quality and duration of sleep. It has a silent alarm that will vibrate to wake you up peacefully. Furthermore, it will give you friendly reminders to encourage you to move all throughout the day.

Alta is a very slim device but it allows you to tap the display to give you instant access to your stats, time, and smartphone notifications on its slender OLED display. It also syncs your data automatically and wirelessly to computers and over 200+ leading iOS, Android and Windows devices via Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology. Charging may take one to two hours but power can last up to 5 days.

Alta is smart enough to give you call, text and calendar alerts so you won’t miss any important notifications while you workout and keep your phone out of sight. As for its design, aside from the different bands we mentioned earlier, Alta also allows you to choose from a variety of clock faces and pick between vertical or horizontal layouts.

The only downside with Fitbit Alta is that it is not for runners and those who are looking for intense tracking because it has no GPS, optical heart rate monitor or stair climbing tracker. In addition to this, while Alta is sweat, splash and rain resistant, it is not waterproof. You can’t wear it in the shower or while swimming.

7. Moto 360

We are already half-way on our list and I present you Moto 360! This device is from Motorola and it makes in our fifth spot because it brings fashion and functionality in one.

This watch is probably the best-looking Android Wear watch on the market. Aside from that, this highly customizable smartwatch provides you effortless updates and of course, a great channel in tracking your activity.

This device includes a built-in activity tracker to monitor your workout. It has a built-in pedometer and heart rate sensor to track your steps and heart rate. Its heart rate app also comes with an activity monitor to track how active you are. You will enter your vital stats like height and weight and the app will determine your daily heart activity in three categories: “Active,” “Inactive” and “Vigorous.”

• Great design
• Lightweight and comfortable
• Functional and reliable
• Charging cradle doesn’t come with a USB cable
• Large round size is not for everyone

• Heart rate sensor is unreliable
• Poor battery life
• Expensive for an Android watch

Aside from this, it offers coaching advice to help you meet your fitness goals. This feature, in particular, will give you spontaneous notifications throughout the day to keep you moving. It will also email you with a summary of your progress report via its Moto Body phone app.

Aside from its very helpful fitness apps, Moto 360 boasts about its impressive aesthetics. It has a stylish look, comfortable feel, and premium build. This Android watch is something to beat considering its design and performance.

However, while Moto 360 is a great fitness band it is still far from being perfect because while its large size works for some, it can be an issue if you have a narrow wrist. There are also reports of cutoff notifications. Furthermore, its battery life is short. You have to charge it once a day, which is a hassle given that some wearables already offer 5 to 7 days battery life.

8. Fitbit Surge

On our sixth spot is another Fitbit device. Fitbit Surge is the fitness superwatch from Fitbit because it has a built-in GPS and heart rate tracker aside from its pedometer features.

You will surely love this device as your ultimate partner for your fitness goals because it is equipped with all the functionalities you need. In addition to this, if you are an outdoor person or you love working out this device is perfect for people on the move.

Fitbit Surge is designed to train you smarter so you can go farther.

• GPS capable
• Water resistant
• Battery can last up to 7 days
• Large social base

• Can’t be worn in the shower or when swimming
• Inaccurate heart rate data
• Limited notifications
• Bulky design

Surge tracks your steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbs, active minutes, hourly activity and stationary time. Unlike Charge 2, this device comes with a GPS tracking on board to allow you to see your distance page, split times and elevation climbed. This feature also allows you to review your routes.

That’s not all because Surge is also equipped with PurePulse Heart rate to track your heart rate and simplify your heart rate zones. It also comes with the SmartTrack+Multi-Sport feature to track your runs, rides and other multi-sport modes automatically. This feature is particularly helpful if you are forgetful in recording your activities. If you struggle to develop a healthy sleeping pattern, Surge can help you achieve this as it also monitors your sleep and wakes you up with a silent alarm.

Surge is built with eight-sensor technology to help you enjoy a seamless transition from work to workouts while displaying your stats as you live your life on the move. Thanks to its touch screen monochrome LCD and backlight for low light visibility, reading your progress has never been so easy. Furthermore, it syncs your stats to your smartphone and computer and interprets it into a detailed and easy to understand charts to make the data more helpful to you.

To make things easier and more comfortable for you, Fitbit Surge includes text and call alerts to keep you notified throughout the day while being on the move. You can also control your playlist to be in the mood all day.

However, one factor that may reduce its being a superwatch is its being water resistant but not swim proof. It can withstand sweat, rain and splash but should not be submerged under the water for long. Its notifications are also limited to text message and call only. Heart rate data is inaccurate at times since the device fluctuates by around 20 to 30 beats per minute. Furthermore, its design is quite bulky compared to other Fitbit watches.

9. Garmin Vivofit 2

If you are impressed with the first evolution of Vivofit, you will be impressed with Vivofit 2. This device includes the features that you wish was present in the first generation that’s why it makes in our list.

Garmin Vivofit 2 includes an always-on display with 1-year battery life. Yes, this means that for a year, you won’t be bothering yourself as to when you will charge your fitness band.

It is also water-resistant, so you can wear it in the shower or while swimming. If you are forgetful and you always missed to remove your fitness band in the shower that will no longer be an issue with this device. Most Fitbit devices are splash and sweatproof but not wearable under the water. Thus, this feature is a point for Vivofit 2.

Best fitness tracker 2019: Our top picks compared

If you’re looking for the best fitness tracker of the 2019 class, the Fitbit Charge 3 is our current recommendation.

Most fitness trackers now incorporate heart rate tracking and most have some level of waterproofing too. But there’s still huge variations in the quality of data you get – so choosing the right ecosystem is important. Fitbit and Garmin lead the way here.

But there’s also price to consider. Fitness trackers generally aren’t expensive and if you’re just looking to make sure your getting enough steps every day, there’s no need to spend over $40.

Make the right choice
  • Pool friendly: Check out our range of waterproof fitness trackers
  • One device to rule them all: Why not check out our range of top smartwatches
  • Spend less: The best budget fitness trackers

Update: We updated this article in November 2019 to include the latest fitness trackers we’ve been testing — we also updated pricing information and made our selection easier to understand.

Top pick: Fitbit Charge 3

Buy now: $149.99 | Amazon

Fitbit Charge 3 features
  • Heart rate tracking
  • Sleep monitoring
  • Swim tracking
  • ConnectedGPS (phone required)
  • Fitbit Pay (available in Special Edition)
  • VO2 Max data and step tracking
  • SpO2 sensor
  • Guided breathing exercises
  • Works with iOS and Android

The most complete fitness tracker on the market is the Fitbit Charge 3.

A total redesign of the previous generation, we now have a slimmer, refined look — and one that’s much more comfortable to wear. If you want to mix up your look or feel, bands can be swapped out with ease, too.

The headline changes are the waterproof body, which makes it an option for swimmers, and the improved touchscreen, and you’ll quietly be able to get an entire week of battery from the tracker.

Herat rate tracking is a given these days, but, still, the Charge 3 is one of the leading performers. You get continuous monitoring, resting heart rate measurements and VO2 Max calculations with Fitbit’s Cardio Fitness Score.

And, though currently unused, it also comes with a relative SpO2 blood oxygen sensor. When Fitbit eventually rolls out a dedicated feature, this should allow Fitbit to identify sleep apnea.

There’s no GPS – but the Charge 3 has ConnectedGPS, which means it will use your phone’s signal for outdoor workouts.

Best value: Xiaomi Mi Band 4

Buy now: $39.99 | Amazon

Xiaomi Mi Band 4 features
  • Heart rate tracking
  • Waterproof and swim tracking
  • NFC for contactless payments
  • Step tracking
  • Sleep tracking
  • Music controls
  • Notification support
  • iOS and Android support

We’ve put the Mi Band 4 to the test, and, after some notable changes in the features department, we see this as the best pick for those who want great value.

While it might look similar to its predecessor, there’s an improved screen — now a bigger, 0.95-inch color AMOLED touchscreen display with 120 x 240 resolution — that makes it a much nicer place to view your data.

The Android and iOS-friendly fitness tracker does the basics like tracking steps and sleep automatically, but will also track activities like running and cycling with GPS help from your phone. The waterproof design allows for swimming workouts, too.

The price has jumped up ever so slightly from previous generation, but the latest Mi Band still represents excellent value for money if you want a fitness tracker that does the basics and more.

Slim design: Fitbit Inspire HR

Fitbit Inspire HR features
  • Sleep tracking
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Step tracking
  • Notification support
  • Swim tracking
  • Automatic exercise detection
  • Connected GPS
  • iOS and Android support

Fitbit’s newest fitness tracker, the Inspire HR, is a great option for those who want something a little bit sleeker to track sleep with.

It boasts all the same sleep monitoring tech as the flagship Charge 3, only in a lighter and thinner body.

And though it also comes in a regular equivalent, you’ll need the Inspire HR if you want to receive Fitbit’s Sleep Stages — the feature that brings light, deep, awake and REM insights from your night’s sleep.

Fitbit’s Inspire range also offers a swim-proof design, step tracking, notifications and automatic workout tracking.

It’s not just advanced sleep metrics available on the Inspire HR, either, with the heart rate monitor giving you round-the-clock coverage, as well as the Guided Breathing feature.

It takes all of the Fitbit fitness tracker basics and puts it on a device with a touchscreen display — one that can go the distance, too, with around five days of battery life.

Deep insights: Garmin Vivosmart 4

Buy now: $89.99 | Amazon

Garmin Vivosmart 4 features
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Step tracking
  • Automatic exercise detection
  • VO2 Max
  • Rep counting for gym exercises
  • Heart rate variability for stress scores
  • iOS and Android support

The Vivosmart 4 is slimmer, sleeker and even better equipped for the gym than its predecessor.

It includes a heart rate monitor, VO2 Max testing (which is a great metric for those who like HIIT and CrossFit clases), and automatic exercise detection, so you won’t miss out if you forget to start tracking a session.

The ‘body battery’ energy monitoring will give you a better insight into how well prepared you are for your next workout, too.

The Vivosmart 4 also packs in Garmin’s Move IQ software and rep counting for those who like to lift weights, while the addition of the pulse oximeter sensor means it’s even able to help detect sleep apnea.

The decent accelerometer-based run tracking slightly makes up for the missing GPS support, as well, if you’re not too bothered about pinpoint accuracy.

Pool champ: Samsung Galaxy Fit

Buy now: $89.99 | Amazon

Samsung Galaxy Fit features
  • 0.95-inch AMOLED touchscreen display
  • Tracks steps/automatic sleep monitoring
  • Accelerometer-based workout tracking
  • Includes heart rate monitor
  • 5ATM (up to 50 metres) waterproof
  • Works with Android and iOS
  • Displays notifications

The Samsung Galaxy Fit isn’t a direct replacement for the older Gear Fit2 Pro, but, if you’re looking for a fitness tracker that’s nicer to wear and tracks your pool time, the Fit gets our vote.

Sitting below the Fit2 Pro, the $99.99 Fit does all the basics including step counting and distance covered, and also offers strong sleep monitoring features too.

You also get smartwatch features like notification support and the ability to switch out watch faces on the gorgeous 0.95-inch AMOLED touchscreen display . There’s no music player controls, payment features or Bixby support, but that’s not all surprising considering the price.

On the swim tracking front, you’re relying on the onboard motion sensors to monitor pool time. Accuracy-wise, we found it served up data more on par with what our Garmin watch recorded. Using it in the pool in general is fine and its slim design means it’s nice and unobtrusive.

For battery life, you can expect around the seven-day mark depending on usage. If you want a slim, comfortable tracker with decent swim tracking skills, this is definitely one to consider.

Samsung Galaxy Fit e

Buy now: Amazon | $35

Samsung Galaxy Fit e key features
  • Works with Android phones and iPhones
  • Tracks steps and sleep
  • Auto workout tracking for walking, running, dynamic workout
  • Displays notifications
  • Includes heart rate sensor
  • 6-7 days battery life (typical usage)
  • 5ATM (up to 50 metres) waterproof rating

And you don’t need to spend big to get a big name tracker: the Samsung Galaxy Fit e offers an entry into the world of fitness tracking for less than $40.

It’s still waterproof to 50 meters, which isn’t the best on test, but should be good enough for most for reviewing your fitness tracking data.

In terms of tracking, the Galaxy Fit e keeps things simple. You get step counting, sleep tracking and it will also automatically detect running, walking and other workouts. It’s not the most accurate, but if you’re just looking to get credit for your workouts on your calorie and step goals it does the job.

There’s a heart rate sensor to help record that calorie burn and it will last a respectable 6-7 days between charges.

Yes accuracy of biometrics isn’t world beating, the Fit e offers excellent value for money. And when you consider its peers are devices from Xiaomi and Honor, you’re getting a far better build and app experience.

Great design: Withings Steel HR Sport

Withings Steel HR Sport features
  • Automatic exercise detection
  • Continuous heart rate monitoring
  • Dedicated run and swim tracking
  • Sleep tracking
  • 25-day battery life
  • iOS and Android support

The Withings Steel HR Sport is the company’s first hybrid smartwatch since the company was bought back from Nokia. Thankfully, it still one of the best hybrids for keeping track of your fitness.

The key thing here is the accuracy of the heart rate monitor, which, in our testing, was a top performer.

It’s designed for continuous wear, and will take a reading from your wrist every minute. However, the fact that it’s combined into such a beautifully designed tracker-watch hybrid, and still manages 25 days of battery life, is a huge boon for Withings.

Swim tracking is also present, as well as GPS connection over the phone, meaning you can now more accurately track runs with the help of your smartphone.

In short, the Withings Steel HR is a superb fitness tracker that gets our thumbs up.

Low cost: Honor Band 5

Buy now: $35 | Amazon

Honor Band 5 features
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Water resistance
  • Step tracking
  • Sleep monitoring
  • Tracks ten exercises
  • SpO2 monitor
  • Phone notifications
  • 14-day battery life
  • iOS and Android support

We may prefer the design and fit the Xiaomi Mi Band 4 provides, but the Honor Band 5 is the best option for those who just want the most affordable fitness tracker.

And, surprisingly, despite its low price, you get plenty of features that aren’t standard on more expensive options, such as a crisp 0.95-inch AMOLED color display (offering 240 x 120 pixel resolution) and a SpO2 sensor.

It doesn’t stop there, either. For more basic monitoring, there’s a heart rate sensor, automatic sleep tracking support and the ability to track a range of different exercises. That includes swimming, even, with waterproofing up to 50 meters.

Perhaps best of all, though, is the two-week battery life, letting your tracker remain connected to your wrist for an extremely long time between charges (and also your iOS or Android device, as both are compatible).

Built-in GPS: Garmin Vivosport

Buy now: $119.99 | Amazon

Garmin Vivosport features
  • Built-in GPS
  • Heart rate
  • Sports modes
  • Advanced heart metrics
  • Seven days of battery life
  • Notification support
  • iOS and Android

The Garmin Vivosport is one of the few fitness trackers featuring both GPS and a heart rate monitor, and this alone makes it the best option for runners and those who enjoy outdoor workouts.

You can place the band into running and cycling mode to get a GPS tracked workout, with the only downside being the difficulty in reading live stats on the tiny 72 x 144 monochrome screen.

It’s water resistant to 5ATM (up to 50m), though, which means it will survive a dip in the pool, as well as workouts in the great outdoors.

Despite being a couple of years old, it also features the same rich mix of heart rate enabled metrics, including heart rate variability stress scores, resting heart rate, VO2 Max and fitness age estimates.

Essentially, if you like running and gym work, but are looking for a band over a dedicated GPS running watch, the Garmin Vivosport is one of the best options out there.

This article was first published in August 2014. However, we update it frequently to reflect the newest fitness trackers, making sure that we’ve tested the latest and greatest devices available to buy.

Has any review been made with the Huami Amazfit Cor? The price is great ($50), but I just don’t know how reliable the swimming tracking is.

We’re working on it, bear with us

It’s a big bulky band and no GPS on a Polar is a bit silly.

i have to disagree in parts for the moov now (using it for about 3 years). While it does a nice job in swim tracking, has a good price, great battery life and collects nice data there is a big downside — in fact in my opinion moov got worse over time.But still — in that price range i am not sure about an alternative that offers similar. Anyways: critic — go:

For tracking only and watching it afterwards in the app its fine — but it has some flaws and misses some essentials.

What i mean by that?

a) The app can only use the internal memory — no sd card or similar — so each workout it gets bigger and you can only delete workouts to go against that. Depending on your phone this can suck

b) you can’t export shit part 1: Only the most recent workout is automatically synced (for an unknown time period) after you finished. If that doesn’t work — you’re screwed. No possibility to sync per hand when that fails.

c) you can’t export shit part 2: You can only sync distance, time, gpx data for biking and running, for swimming only distance and time is synced.

None of the other data of the so called coach is available outside your small mobile screen.

They offer their own heart rate solution. Export or sync that data? Not possible.

d) Speaking of smart coach and their new and shiny heart rate tracker. Ever driven up a hill in first gear with your heart rate maxing? Smart Coach still tells you to «shift to an easier gear». Fucking wannabe smart that is.

e) Customer support. Another thing i am looking for when buying a new wearable i learned here: do they have a forum for feedback/discussion with other users?

Moov had one (uservoice)- but killed it from one day to the other — replacing it with a simple answer collection. No discussion possible there. Sucks. Polar did something similar btw (forum.polar.fi). While its ok to say «we got no manpower to give support» — a feedback possibility and to exchange with other users is essential for me. Why drop the chance of feedback and community support? Dumb.

f) updates: it seems to get buggier with each update. If you look at the blog — they now are all-so-happy to announce the app in other languages then english.

Worst. Translation. Ever.

I can only speak for my language — but

3. there are several typos in the app. This is so bad that it for sure has for sure never seen the eye of a native speaker or anyone nearly able to understand it.

2. when doing a workout the stats moov tells you every km/mile sounds something alone the lines of: «can’t find underline stats error underline. You error error this error underline. «.

So mainly: not usable during the workout. Its like that for the last 2 updates now (and yes i gave them feedback — which leads to my top 1).

1. The language change is not optional and can’t be changed in the settings. So the workaround i got as reply to my feedback was:» you have to change your language in your phone settings.» So we’ll just change our entire phone language because a single app has a shitty translation? Sounds about right.

I get why the the wareble office can love that thing — but it’s more like hate love — and no understanding for a lot of decisions of the guys behind the moov.

BTW — you should open a forum here 😉 — so people can discuss their experience with trackers, watches etc.

When looking for a buy you mostly don’t see stuff like «is there a discussion/feedback/support forum available», «do they listen to user feedback», how updates are handled, if you can export your data etc.

Can anyone please suggest models that, in addition to tracking steps, heartrate etc can also show time; in short a fitness tracker cum watch ?

Hi Vasanthi. Fitness trackers like the Fitbit Alta HR, Fitbit Charge 2 and Garmin Vivosport will all track your steps and heart rate, as well as give you the time. If you’re looking for more of a watch-style design that can still track heart rate and steps, we’d recommend checking out the Nokia Steel HR.

My Charge 2 fails to maintain a charge after 18 months of use. The best Fitbit can do is offer me 25% off on a new one. Their customer support has gone downhill.

I have a Fitbit Charge 2 HR, and haven’t had any problems with it. I’ve had it over 18 months.
My question is this, my husband works in heavy equipment for 12.5 hours. He wants a fitness tracker, but doesn’t want the bumpiness to track as steps. He wants to track his heart rate and his sleep, and will start going to the gym and wants to track that too. Is there a best option for his situation?

There are many feature rich smart bands from likes of Xiaomi and Honor with less than 1/3rd of the prices of above mentioned bands. They are stylish, durable and budget friendly. I bought Honor band 3 ($ 32.55) which includes 24*7 hr monitor, sleep, step detector, alarm, notifications and reading, caller ID and rejection, swimming, cycling, work out plans, fitness analysis, gps connection to smart phone, and more. Then why spend that much amount for smart bands of Fitbit and Gramins.

Had a fitbit once; never did work!. POS. Wasted $100. on it, plus months trying to get it to work.

Thanks for the Honor band 3 info. I’ll check it out.

what would you recommend? Ideally not a wrist strap ( ? something that would work round ankle or bra strap or clip onto clothing). Hospital workers not allowed wrist straps.

I want easy to use device as most important thing. Not necessary to download info or use with phone. I want a rep timer for running intervals, to measure speed and distance. To use with bike too. Steps for the rest of the day. Sleep info would be nice but not deal breaker, calories burned too. Looking for cheap and cheerful. Not bothered by looks or branding

Hi just wondering what you would recommend that has a timer function as well as counting reps to help at the gym eg: 90 second timer which then tracks how many reps you do in that time? Is that even a feature.

Thanks for sharing this amazing blog post. You have shared the huge information. Keep sharing!!

Why do you not have reviews for people with visual difficulties?

What would be your suggestion for a vibrating tracker? I need a watch or tracker that I can set a timer on easily and quickly multiple times a day. We use timers at my job all day to time patients and I am hard of hearing and cannot hear the beeping of the kitchen timers they use. I will end up wearing the kitchen timer anyways so I might as well wear a tracker or watch.

I’m very interested in fitness tracker. I used to read on techwhiff. Now, I want to choose a fitnness tracker. I find information are interesting and useful.

I found Fitbit Versa’s review on techwhiff and I found that Fitbit Versa provides users with applications that have detailed sleep functions. That is one of the advantages of the Fitbit Versa. This app will be great if the actual hardware will track and sync properly.

Having bought the Charge 3, I would like to share with this site that it is by far the worst tracker I have ever owned. The step counts is grossly inaccurate. Counting significantly more steps than I actually take. Counting steps while I am sitting at my desk. Not just a couple we are talking hundreds. Also, when exercising once your wrist starts sweating if you are exercising intensely the HR stops working. I have 30 minute workouts on my fit bit where 10 minutes of my heartrate weren’t tracked. Just shows blank on the dash board. Asking fitbit for support has been a disaster, completely unresponsive, sent me in circles with suggestions or pages to read on their site to trouble shoot. If tracking your heartrate during exercise and accurate step count are important to you, then this tracker is not for you. Its a total waste of money.

Are you guys being paid to review the Fitbit Charge 3? How can every major site give it flawless reviews when it’s accuracy when it comes to HR, Steptracking and Calorie tracking is highly inaccurate? Do you just assume that the stats shown on the tracker is accurate and base the review of the features? I was gonna buy a Fitbit Charge 3, but after reading a dozen threads it is clear that none of the things it is surpose to track is accurate.

Hi. I’m interested to buy my first fitness tracker. Can u help me choose. My workout routine are swimming and walking. Which is better huawie band 3, shine or moove ?thanks!

If you like swimming, the most accurate of those three is the Moov, but it doesn’t have a display of course. The Huawei Band 3 tracks swimming too, but we had mixed results with accuracy. You could also consider something like the Vivosmart 4 or the Inspire HR.

How is FitBit still «leading the way» in 2019 when their customer service is literally THE worst. After paying the ridiculous price of $250 for the Ionic, the screen cracked after only 6 months and the cause? Bumping my belt! When I called the company for a replacement under the warranty, they confirmed that the watch should NOT crack under so little pressure but instead of honoring their warranty they implied that I was lying about how the screen cracked. Then to add insult to injury they offered me 20% off to buy a new one. Obviously I will be choosing a different company for my next smart watch.

The Best Fitness Trackers for 2019

Fitbit Charge 3

Bottom Line: The Fitbit Charge 3 isn’t a drastic change over its predecessor, but it has enough small tweaks to make it one of the best everyday fitness trackers you can buy.

Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music

Bottom Line: The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music packs all the best features from running watches and fitness trackers into a timepiece you can wear anywhere.

Apple Watch Series 5

Bottom Line: The Apple Watch Series 5 doesn’t feature any drastic changes, but an always-on display makes the best smartwatch you can buy even better.

Fitbit Inspire HR

Bottom Line: The easy-to-use Fitbit Inspire HR fitness tracker packs all the basic features you need to monitor your health and exercise for an affordable price.

Fitbit Versa 2

Bottom Line: The Fitbit Versa 2 takes everything we like about the original smartwatch and adds an always-on AMOLED display, a microphone for Amazon Alexa, and Fitbit Pay.

Samsung Galaxy Fit

Bottom Line: The surprisingly affordable Samsung Galaxy Fit is a sleek, accurate fitness tracker with a lovely display, a simple interface, and long battery life.

Fitbit Ionic

Bottom Line: The Fitbit Ionic is an ambitious and promising smartwatch with a focus on fitness and accurate tracking, but its success will depend on the growth of its app ecosystem.

Garmin Vivosmart 4

Bottom Line: The Garmin Vivosmart 4 is an attractive fitness tracker with accurate, in-depth metrics and up to a week of battery life.

Motiv Ring

Bottom Line: The Motiv Ring is a subtly stylish fitness tracker that puts lots of features and functionality right on your finger.

Polar A370

Bottom Line: The fairly priced Polar A370 isn’t the most attractive fitness tracker, but it records training sessions and daily activities with aplomb.

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Editors’ Rating
Best For Balance of Features and Price Tracking In-Depth Metrics A Fitness-Focused Smartwatch First-Time Users A Fitness Tracker/Smartwatch Hybrid Smartphone Notifications Phone-Free Exercise Sleep Monitoring An Alternative Form Factor to Wrist Bands Sport Training
Device Type Wrist Band Sports Watch Wrist Band Wrist Band Wrist Band Wrist Band Wrist Band Wrist Band Ring Sports Watch
Display Type OLED Color LCD OLED OLED AMOLED AMOLED Color LCD OLED None OLED
Compatibility Android, iOS Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Web iOS Android, iOS Android, iOS Android, iOS Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Web Android, iOS iOS Windows, Mac, Android, iOS
Heart Rate Monitor Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Sleep Tracker Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Estimated Battery Life 7 days 7 days; 5 hours with GPS 18 hours 5 days 5 days 7 days 4 days; 10 hours with GPS 7 days 3 days 4 days
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Count More Than Steps

There’s never been a better selection of fitness trackers, but with choice comes confusion. Which tracker has the features that are right for you and the activities you do? Here are some tips and recommendations for choosing the best tracker for your needs.

Where to Start

If you want to give fitness tracking a try (but without a wearable), start by using a mobile app that counts your steps. This method requires the least commitment, and could be of interest if you’re a beginner. Some apps we like are Argus, Fitbit, and Moves.

If you run or bicycle, we recommend tracking your runs or rides with an app before going whole-hog and splurging on a tracker. Why? With some trackers, you still need to carry your phone to get accurate pacing, distance, and mapping, so you’ll want to know before you make a purchase if you’re okay with carrying your phone, or if you’d prefer a tracker with built-in GPS so you don’t have to. A few apps we recommend are Runtastic PRO (for running), Cyclemeter (for bicycling), and Strava (for both running and cycling).

The Coros SafeSound Helmet is another interesting solution for cyclists that integrates your phone’s GPS to track your rides and uses bone-conduction audio to let you hear directions, music, and phone calls without blocking your ears.

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How Much Should You Spend on a Fitness Tracker?

In general, most fitness trackers cost between $50 and $250. If you pay less than $50, you’ll probably get a subpar product with mediocre accuracy. In addition, less expensive trackers usually don’t have a display, so you can’t see how many steps you’ve taken unless you look at your smartphone.

More expensive trackers usually include built-in optical heart rate monitors and GPS, and often, these features are tailored toward athletes and exercise enthusiasts. Don’t get suckered into buying a tracker with a heart rate monitor if your primary activity is walking; it’s an unnecessary expense. If you walk and don’t do much else, there are great options in the $49 to $149 range.

If you do work out often, we highly recommend spending at least $99, as that’s the price point where you’ll start to see the features that are useful to very active users.

Choose Your Style

A very important question to ask yourself before choosing a fitness tracker is the type of form factor you want. Fitness trackers are usually bracelets, watches, or clip- ons . Most clip-on devices these days can also be worn on the wrist, but not vice versa. Bracelets and watches are hard to lose. Clip- ons can fall off or get thrown into the wash.

That said, bracelets and watches can get in the way when typing on a computer or washing dishes, for example. And wrist-worn devices aren’t always eye-catching accessories to your outfit. If you’re bothered by having something on your wrist 24/7, you’re probably better off with a clip-on, although this style isn’t nearly as popular as it used to be a few years ago.

Clip-on devices are smaller and more discreet when worn on a waistband or the front of a bra. Most don’t have displays, meaning you have to rely on a smartphone to see your tracked activity.

The Motiv Ring, meanwhile, brings fitness tracking to your fingers. It tracks many of the same metrics as wrist-worn models in a discreet form factor that looks like jewelry.

There are also trackers for children, like the Fitbit Ace 2. And don’t forget about Fido. That’s right, there are even trackers out there specifically for pets.

Do You Want Heart Rate Monitoring?

Heart rate monitoring sounds like the best feature ever, but there are different kinds of heart rate monitors, and frankly, some people don’t need it at all. A built-in heart rate monitor drives up the price.

Optical heart rate monitors are the ones built into the device itself. Some very good fitness trackers don’t have a heart rate monitor built in, but can pair with a chest strap. Most every device from Garmin and Polar supports a chest strap (like the excellent Polar H10), and you can usually bundle one in when purchasing a tracker for an extra $40 or $50.

Finally, if you’re interested in knowing your resting heart rate, you don’t need to buy a tracker with an optical heart rate monitor to find it. Many smartphone apps let you take your heart rate in about 15 seconds using the phone’s camera. Check your pulse once or twice a day, and you’re good to go.

Will You Track Sleep?

Many fitness trackers record your sleep. When they do, they generally watch for movement using a three-axis accelerometer to a more sensitive degree than they do during the day. Some devices report graphs showing the times when you were in light sleep and deep sleep based on motion.

There are also dedicated sleep trackers out there that attach to your mattress, but we haven’t found them to offer an appreciable advantage over wrist-based trackers. And wearable trackers have the ability of doing a lot more than simply tracking your rest. If you don’t like the idea of wearing something on your wrist to bed and need a new mattress, you can always spring for the Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed.

Go Sport-Specific

Swimmers will want a waterproof tracker, but keep in mind that not all water-safe trackers actually track swimming. Runners will probably want a watch that shows time, distance, pace, and lap time, at the very least. If you want good accuracy for those metrics without having to carry a smartphone, you need a runner’s watch with built-in GPS —see our picks for The Best Fitness Trackers for Running.

Also consider the display. If you want to see your stats at all times, or simply use your tracker as a wristwatch, look for one with an always-on display. How you control the tracker is also important. If you like to run in the cold while wearing gloves, you may want to steer clear of devices that only have touch-enabled displays.

Cyclists have even more considerations. There’s a difference between tracking how many miles you pedal and calories you burn versus monitoring your power and cadence. If all you want is the former, you can find a few fitness trackers that support bicycling as an activity. More serious cyclists will want a device that can pair with additional bike equipment, like a cadence sensor, and should look at devices from sport-specific companies, like Garmin and Polar.

The App Experience

A fitness tracker’s app matters. Whether on your phone or on the web, the app is absolutely vital because it is where you make sense of the information the tracker collects. Fitbit has one of the best apps and websites we’ve tested. It lets you record all kinds of data that many other companies don’t, such as calories consumed, allergy severity, and stress level.

If you want total body analysis, look for a system that incorporates a smart bathroom scale. Fitbit, Polar, and Withings and do. Check out the Fitbit Aria 2, the Polar Balance, and the Withings Body Cardio. These send your weight directly to your account, so you can’t cheat the system by entering a lower number. The QardioBase 2 is another top choice, especially for pregnant women.

Smartwatch vs. Fitness Tracker

Several fitness trackers have some smartwatch functionality, and some smartwatches have fitness features, too. The Fitbit Versa 2 comes close to blending both worlds, but at the moment it still lags far behind the Apple Watch in terms of third-party app support.

The Apple Watch Series 5 places more of an emphasis on health and fitness tracking than any other smartwatch we’ve seen. It even has an FDA-approved electrocardiogram (ECG) function that generates a PDF of your heart rhythm you can share with your doctor, which is a feature you won’t find on any of trackers listed here. But as its name implies, it’s first and foremost a smartwatch. S ee our list of The Best Smartwatches for recommendations in that category.

Other Options

With so many good fitness trackers on the market right now, and promising ones on the horizon, it’s hard to contain them all in just one list. We’ve limited our picks here to trackers that have scored four stars or higher, but there are lots of other very good options out there that might be right for you. We update this article often, so make sure to check back for our latest recommendations. And for the very latest reviews, see our Fitness Trackers product guide.

Best Fitness Trackers Featured in This Roundup

Fitbit Charge 3 Review

Pros: Crisp screen. Long battery life. Updated with better heart rate and SpO2 sensors. Safe for swimming. NFC payments on Special Edition.

Cons: Swipe interface can be finicky. Proprietary charger.

Bottom Line: The Fitbit Charge 3 isn’t a drastic change over its predecessor, but it has enough small tweaks to make it one of the best everyday fitness trackers you can buy.

Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music Review

Pros: Holds up to 500 songs locally. Measures steps, stairs, sleep, continuous heart rate. Includes advanced fitness metrics: VO2 max, fitness age, stress. Contactless payment and smartwatch features.

Cons: Can only reply to messages from watch when paired with Android. No women’s health tracking.

Bottom Line: The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music packs all the best features from running watches and fitness trackers into a timepiece you can wear anywhere.

Apple Watch Series 5 Review

Pros: Always-on display. Excellent fitness tracking and heart rate monitoring accuracy. WatchOS 6 brings useful new apps. Smooth performance.

Cons: Expensive. No built-in sleep tracking. Battery life remains the same.

Bottom Line: The Apple Watch Series 5 doesn’t feature any drastic changes, but an always-on display makes the best smartwatch you can buy even better.

Fitbit Inspire HR Review

Pros: Lightweight, stylish design. Accurate fitness tracking. Smartphone notifications. Lots of functionality for the price.

Cons: Small display. Thick bezel.

Bottom Line: The easy-to-use Fitbit Inspire HR fitness tracker packs all the basic features you need to monitor your health and exercise for an affordable price.

Fitbit Versa 2 Review

Pros: Attractive AMOLED screen with always-on option. Long battery life. Lots of useful apps and fitness features. Fitbit Pay. Amazon Alexa.

Cons: Screen isn’t quite as bright as the original model. Alexa responses are text only.

Bottom Line: The Fitbit Versa 2 takes everything we like about the original smartwatch and adds an always-on AMOLED display, a microphone for Amazon Alexa, and Fitbit Pay.

Samsung Galaxy Fit Review

Pros: Affordable. Accurate fitness tracking and heart rate monitoring. Big, sharp display. Long battery life. Simple interface. Smartphone notifications. Sleek, lightweight design.

Cons: Big for small wrists. Requires two apps. Thick bezel.

Bottom Line: The surprisingly affordable Samsung Galaxy Fit is a sleek, accurate fitness tracker with a lovely display, a simple interface, and long battery life.

Fitbit Ionic Review

Pros: Vibrant screen. Changeable straps. Safe for swimming. Excellent battery life. Smart notifications. Built-in GPS and NFC. Pandora integration. Open SDK for app developers.

Cons: Expensive. Thick bottom bezel. Case easily scratches.

Bottom Line: The Fitbit Ionic is an ambitious and promising smartwatch with a focus on fitness and accurate tracking, but its success will depend on the growth of its app ecosystem.

Garmin Vivosmart 4 Review

Pros: Accurate. Long battery life. Automatic activity tracking. Measures blood oxygen levels, sleep, stress, and body recovery. Slim, sleek design.

Cons: Touch screen could be more responsive. Uses proprietary charger.

Bottom Line: The Garmin Vivosmart 4 is an attractive fitness tracker with accurate, in-depth metrics and up to a week of battery life.

Motiv Ring Review

Pros: Tracks active minutes, heart rate, sleep, calories, and steps. Discreet design is comfortable for all-day wear. Safe for swimming. Includes keychain charger. Well-designed app.

Cons: No Android support. Looks a bit bulky on petite hands. Relatively basic fitness stats. Pricey.

Bottom Line: The Motiv Ring is a subtly stylish fitness tracker that puts lots of features and functionality right on your finger.

Polar A370 Review

Pros: Continuous and accurate heart rate monitoring. In-depth sleep analysis. Can create custom training programs. Waterproof. Competitively priced.

Cons: No onboard GPS. Clunky design. Grainy screen.

Bottom Line: The fairly priced Polar A370 isn’t the most attractive fitness tracker, but it records training sessions and daily activities with aplomb.

Yoho Sports Bracelet Review – Fitbit Knockoff!?

INTRODUCTION
KNOCKOFF SPORTS BRACELET!?

Welcome to a review of the Yoho Sports Bracelet – For you guys who have been looking around at the affordable sports band trackers, you will find that the Yoho looks oddly familiar. Fitbit, anyone? The better part of it is that it only costs $12… Yep. A fully featured knockoff for only $12?

That sounds too good to be true, but not to discount the fact that there are plenty of good cheap gadgets out there. So here it is – A review of the Yoho Sports Bracelet. Is it any good, or is it total trash? Read on to find out!

OUTLINE
THE OVERVIEW

Price About USD $12 (As at the time of writing)
Links Official APP: Android | IOS
Get from eBay: Click here
Packaging It has a basic box.
Design Copied the design of Fitbit.
Functionality It has plenty of features to offer but does not track accurately.
Build Quality It is actually pretty sturdy, water-resistant and the battery lasts long.
Value It’s cheap. It works… Somewhat works.
Overall A grossly inaccurate tracker, which beats the point of having one.

NAVIGATION
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section A
Unboxing

Section B
Build Quality

Section C
Setup & App

Section D
Features

Section E
Summary

Closing
Worth It?

SECTION A
UNBOXING

The Sports Bracelet came pretty “standard” in a bubble packed envelop… At least this cheapie comes with a proper box.

FIRST IMPRESSIONS

Yep. This is definitely not a designer’s box, and it screams “Chinglish” all over… For you guys who somehow missed it, “Smart Bracelet” is spelled wrong. Also, if you notice the brand “Bangwei”, that is the name of the online store.

This tracker is being sold on multiple online platforms by different sellers, but they are all the same Yoho sports band – Beware of some sellers that try to rip you off by pricing it higher than it should, or slapping a hefty shipping fee.

THE PACKAGE

Inside the box are:

  • The sports bracelet itself.
  • The detachable straps.
  • An instruction manual in English… The strange part is that “bracelet” is spelled correctly here. 🙄

Overall, a very basic package. Nothing fantastic, but the box works well to protect the watch during postage.

SECTION B
BUILD QUALITY

Boring box aside, let us now take a closer look at the sports band itself.

THE TRACKER

The tracker itself is “one solid piece” –

  • An LED display in the front. Seemingly bright enough even under the sun.
  • Only one touch sensitive button at the bottom of the screen.
  • A pulse reader at the back of the tracker.
  • The pieces are the top and bottom are for attaching the straps.
  • Took a short while to figure out, but the top piece is also a USB type-A port for charging.

Yep, there are no mechanical buttons, no “doors” for the USB port, and the battery cannot be removed. But oddly, this “one solid piece” is not waterproof. It is rated IP 67 water resistant only – This one is not for water sports.

THE STRAPS

Nothing fancy nor fantastic, just your common tang buckle rubber straps. Pretty good quality though. They snap on rather snug, but with the way that we need to remove the straps to charge this thing once in a while… It will probably come loose eventually.

CHARGING & BATTERY LIFE

The charging time for this sports band is REALLY slow. Specs given by the manufacturer states 1-1.5 hours of charging time, but it took more like 4-5 hours on a wall plug to actually charge it from 10% to 100%. Not really surprising since this is not a quick charge USB-C, but the battery did last pretty long for a couple of days.

SECTION C
SETUP & APP

One really bad thing about this smart band is that it needs a smartphone or tablet to work – There is no way to change the date/time on it otherwise, nor does the USB connect to the PC for you to copy data out.

APP INSTALLATION & SETUP

The app is called “Yoho sports” on the App Store, and it is thankfully simple enough. Although quite a number of people stated connection issues in the comments section of the App Store, it did not happen to me – Installation and setup was a breeze.

Once it is paired, the date/time will be automatically synced. It is optional to put in your gender, age, height, and weight… But I don’t think this helps to improve the accuracy of the tracking in any way. More on that later.

HICCUPS

While the App has most of the basics covered and has rather useful notification features – There are a number of hiccups:

  • Cannot adjust the screen brightness of the watch.
  • Cannot manually adjust the date/time.
  • Nothing much we can do with the data – We cannot do reports, nor can we delete it.
  • If you are looking to use this watch with other fitness apps – Forget it. There is no way to manually pair it via the system Bluetooth menu. The only way is to use this Yoho Sports app.

So basically, we are stuck with a very basic app that tells you some numbers. That’s all.

SECTION D
FEATURES

On the spec sheet, this sports bracelet seems to offer a lot of goodies… But after trying them out, it is a pure disappointment.

ALL THE FEATURES

On paper, the features seem very good.

  • Heart rate monitoring
  • Distance, pedometer, calories
  • Sleep monitoring
  • Call/message reminder
  • Time and alarm clock
  • Remote camera: shake the watch to take a photo.
USING THE FEATURES

A smart tracker is easy, just wear it and it will start tracking your daily activity. But there are 2 ways to manually activate some of the features – By using the app or cycling through the menu on the watch itself:

  • Time
  • Steps
  • Distance
  • Calories
  • Heart Rate
  • Blood Pressure
  • Battery level
  • Bluetooth

So yep, if we want to read our heart rate with this smart band, we will have to press the button 5 times to activate the monitor… Which is faster to just use the app instead. The rest of the features are pretty cool – Message and call notifications will show up on the bracelet once set up, and shake to take photo works.

BAD TRACKING

The issue I have with the “fitness tracker” is that it does not track properly. Here is my experience going on an evening jog with it:

  • Paired the watch to the smartphone through the Yoho app – No problems.
  • Fired up my Runkeeper, GPS on, but unable to use the watch as a heart rate monitor.
  • Ran 1 lap around the stadium at full speed. Pretty sure my heart rate went up to at least 120 BPM… But manually checking with the “tracker” shows only 82 BPM. Seriously?
  • After 3 laps and 1.2 KM – Total distance on my GPS tracked Runkeeper shows about 1.1 KM, with over 90% accuracy. The “tracker” which claims to also use the GPS when paired shows only 0.77KM, 64% accuracy.

At this point, I simply gave up on the “fitness tracker”.

  • It does not accurately track your activities.
  • As a “sports band”, there is no “exercise mode” that continuously tracks your heart rate, blood pressure, VO2 max.
  • The app is totally worthless – Does not give you recommendations such as “given your age, distance traveled, speed, and heart rate, you need to run at this pace to improve”.
  • It does not give warning beeps if heart rate or blood pressure goes beyond a recommended level.
  • It cannot even use as a monitor for other apps.

Well, given the price of this cheap gadget, that is only to be expected – It is but a gimmick with no actual value for fitness tracking.

SECTION E
SUMMARY

Here are the specifications of the sports band, and the review in a nutshell.

THE SPECS
  • 0.96″ OLED screen
  • Touch button
  • Built-in vibration motor
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • IP67 waterproof and dustproof: waterproof, dustproof, raining, washing hands, no need to disassemble
  • Item size: 43 x 18 x 10mm
  • Belt size: 245 x 20 x 12.8mm
  • Strap material: TPU
  • Battery capacity: 90mAh
  • Charging time: About 1-1.5 hours
  • Standby time: About 5- 7 days
  • Wireless distance: 5m

10m

  • Compatibility: Android 4.4 and above, iOS 8.0 and above
  • Data storage: 7 days of motion data can be saved
  • THE GOOD
    • Somewhat works.
    • Very affordable.
    • Decent value-for-money.
    THE BAD
    • Cannot connect independently as a Bluetooth device – Need app.
    • The default Yoho App is not very useful.
    • Inaccurate tracking. Which totally beats the purpose.

    CLOSING
    WORTH IT?

    Thank you for reading, and we have come to the end of this review. It sure is pretty impressive how much you can get with the Yoho sports band, for just a measly $12. Personally, I don’t mind the fact that it has to be paired with a smartphone or tablet to work… But the software itself is totally lagging behind, and the hardware readings are grossly inaccurately.

    That totally beats the point of having a fitness tracker and is a deal-breaker. So if you are looking to buy a good fitness tracker, save your money and get an older Huawei or Mi Band instead. They may be a tad bit more expensive, but are still very affordable – More importantly, they have better hardware and software that are worth it.

    If you have anything to share with this review, please feel free to comment below. Good luck and happy shopping!

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    Best fitness tracker 2019: the top 10 activity bands on the planet

    Garmin, Fitbit and others make up our best fitness trackers list

    If you’re looking for a collection of the best fitness trackers, wearable devices to monitor your activity and overall health, you’re in the right place now. These are the best and newest devices on the market to count your steps, measure your exercises, monitor your heart rate and more, with pinpoint accuracy.

    Think of them like an electronic watchdog for your health, putting a finger on your pulse, constantly measuring your vitals, checking your quality of sleep, counting your steps and (sometimes) even more.

    Some folks even call them smart bracelets, mostly because activity bands now look as good as traditional jewelry, but they’re also so light you’ll barely notice them on your wrist.

    Before you go any further, know that we aren’t evaluating all the highest-end tech wristwear in this list. For that you’ll want our best smartwatch guide, which includes top-end products like the Apple Watch 5, Fossil Sport and Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2.

    You also won’t find the Fitbit Ionic, Fitbit Versa or Fitbit Versa Lite here either, which, despite their brand name, are all smartwatches and are priced accordingly.

    Right now this guide is designed to show you the best of the best that your money will get you. We’ll show you how each ranks in terms of stand-out features, specs, price, design, the quality of the software you’ll be using on your phone and much more.

    (Image credit: Fitbit)

    1. Fitbit Charge 3

    Take charge of your fitness with the best tracker

    Screen: Yes | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No | Battery life: Six days | Compatibility: Android/iOS

    More refined than the Fitbit Charge 2, the Charge 3 is one of the company’s most accomplished devices. It has a more lightweight design than the last-gen, and it looks better on your wrist. It’s our number one all-round fitness tracker since the price has dropped slightly recently, and it offers a lot of insight into your overall health.

    The display is bigger and clearer than a lot of other fitness trackers on this list, but it’s still a black and white screen.

    There’s no onboard GPS, like some other trackers on this list have, but it’s waterproof and offers a full fitness suite including a heart rate tracker. You can track GPS by pairing your phone with the tracker too.

    You have to spend a bit extra on this than other fitness trackers you can buy in this same list, but if you enjoy the whole Fitbit app and experience and would also like access to notifications and Fitbit’s fantastic sleep tracking, you’ll want to opt for this as it’s one of the company’s best trackers ever.

    What’s next? It’s likely to be the Fitbit Charge 4, but we don’t currently know when it’ll launch.

    (Image credit: Garmin)

    2. Garmin Vivosmart 4

    It tells you how much energy you do (or don’t) have

    Screen: Yes | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No | Battery life: 7 days | Compatibility: Android/iOS

    Our highest ranked Garmin product in the best fitness tracker list is also one of the most accomplished in its range of health bands.

    This device isn’t made for serious athletes like a variety of other products from the Garmin brand, but instead this is for those who want to be able to track the odd bit of exercise and have an attractive band to do it.

    The screen is bigger on this version than other Garmin products, and it has a battery that should last you around a week depending on how much exercise you’ll be doing.

    There’s also an innovative feature called body battery that helps you learn when exactly is the best time to exercise depending on how much energy you have. This is great for those who are just as interested in their recovery and general wellbeing as they are clocking up the miles.

    What’s next? There aren’t currently any rumors of a Garmin Vivosmart 5, but it’s nearing its first birthday so Garmin may soon unveil a new version.

    (Image credit: Huawei)

    3. Huawei Band 3 Pro

    Both style and substance on a budget

    Screen: Yes | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes | Battery life: 14 days standby | Compatibility: Android/iOS

    Taking over from the Huawei Band 2 Pro is the Huawei Band 3 Pro. This is one of the best fitness trackers you can buy if you’re on a strict budget, and it has some amazing features considering how much it costs.

    The Band 3 Pro comes with GPS onboard, it has a water resistant design (which means you can take it swimming) and there’s a 0.95-inch color screen to display all of your stats on your wrist.

    We’ve found the heart rate monitor to be accurate, and while the GPS could be quicker at locking on we also found it to be precise. If you’re looking for an affordable entry-level device for your first foray into the world of fitness tracking, this is a great place to start.

    What’s next? We expect to hear about the Huawei Band 4 Pro in the future, but we haven’t yet heard any details on when it may land.

    (Image credit: Fitbit)

    4. Fitbit Inspire HR

    Inspiration to get off the sofa

    Screen: Yes | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No | Battery life: 5 days | Compatibility: Android/iOS

    This isn’t the most capable fitness tracker in our best of list, but it does a lot considering its price and you’ll get access to all of Fitbit’s top-end services.

    The Fitbit Inspire HR unsurprisingly offers a heart rate tracker alongside a variety of other fitness tracking capabilities.

    It isn’t as capable as the Fitbit Charge 3 as it lacks swim tracking or Fitbit Pay integration, but that’s understandable as this is much cheaper.

    It features a slimmer and more comfortable design than a lot of other trackers you can buy, so if you’re after a Fitbit that won’t be heavy on your wrist you may want to consider the Inspire HR as your next fitness band.

    (Image credit: Garmin)

    5. Garmin Vivosport

    The sportier Garmin

    Screen: Yes, color touchscreen | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Water-resistant | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes | Battery life: 7 days | Compatibility: Android/iOS

    It’s not as stylish as most of the Fitbit products, but there’s a reason the Garmin Vivosport appears in this list before products from the latter company.

    This is cheaper than most Fitbit products and it comes with GPS built-in too. We found the Vivosport offers a solid seven days battery life from a single charge, even when using the GPS features.

    Although it’s waterproof, it won’t track your swimming easily but the Vivosport excels for other kinds of workouts and is great for tracking your jogging and cycling. Plus we found the heart rate tracker to be accurate too.

    (Image credit: Honor)

    6. Honor Band 5

    Honor’s latest wearable

    Screen: Yes, color touchscreen | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No | Battery life: 7 days | Compatibility: Android/iOS

    The Honor Band 5 was a serious step up from the Band 4, with improved fitness features in many areas, as well as a color touchscreen to view all your information on.

    One of the most useful features is the sleep tracking, that gives you advice to maximise your sleep time, as well as simply monitoring it like many other fitness trackers do.

    The Honor Band 5 is also one of the most affordable fitness trackers on the market, so if you want an exercise monitor or sleep counter that isn’t also a bank-breaker, this is where to look.

    (Image credit: Xiaomi)

    7. Xiaomi Mi Band 4

    Xiaomi’s budget fitness tracker

    Screen: Yes, color touchscreen | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Connected GPS | Battery life: 20 days | Compatibility: Android/iOS

    The Xiaomi Mi Band 4 is run-of-the-mill affordable fitness tracker, in that it has a slimline design, a smallish color screen with a capacitive button, and a selection of workouts to track.

    It has a few great perks for fitness buffs though, like its 20-day battery life, useful heart rate monitor and easy-to-view screen, so if you’re looking for a new heart rate monitor there are far worse devices you can buy.

    (Image credit: Amazfit)

    8. Amazfit Bip

    Looks like a smartwatch, but it’s more fitness tracker

    Screen: Yes, black and white | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes | Battery life: 1 month | Compatibility: Android/iOS

    This may look more like a smartwatch than any of the other devices on this list, but as it runs its own software and has a very big focus on fitness we’ve decided to include it in our list of the best fitness trackers.

    The Amazfit Bip design has been influenced by the Apple Watch (there’s no denying that) and it comes packed with tons of features including GPS, an accurate heart rate tracker, multi-sport tracking, sleep tracking and VO2 Max features too.

    If you’re looking for a more watch-like design than everything else on this list, the Bip will be up your street. It’s lightweight too and other highlights include the always-on display and strong battery life that should last around a month depending on your usage.

    If this all sounds good, you’d be hard pressed to go wrong with the Amazfit Bip. It’s worth noting the fitness tracker isn’t available in all markets at the moment though and you may struggle to find the Bip where you live.

    What’s next? The Amazfit Bip 2 is available in China, but you can’t currently buy it anywhere else. We may have to wait a while until it makes it to the US or UK.

    (Image credit: Garmin)

    9. Garmin Vivofit 4

    One of Garmin’s cheapest

    Screen: Yes, color LCD | Heart rate tracker: No | Waterproof: Water-resistant | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No | Battery life: 1 year | Compatibility: Android/iOS

    The Garmin Vivofit 4 is one of the best fitness trackers the company has ever created, and that now means it sits in this prestigious list alongside some other fantastic tracking products.

    We particularly like the super-long battery life of the Vivofit 4, which means you won’t need to recharge your device for a whole year. That means you can wear it all day, then all night for sleep tracking and not have to worry about recharging it.

    You’ll miss out on phone notifications by buying this tracker, but you do get the benefit of an always-on color display, accurate fitness tracking features — just note these are more limited than some other trackers on this list — as well as access to an in-depth app to break down your stats on your smartphone.

    (Image credit: Moov)

    10. Moov Now

    Previously our number one

    Screen: No | Heart rate tracker: No | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes, through phone | Battery life: Six months | Compatibility: Android/iOS

    Although it may be a few years old, the Moov Now is still one of our favorite fitness bands. It’s cheap, offers everything you’ll want in an everyday tracker and there’s a phenomenal six month long battery life.

    The Moov Now isn’t just designed for step tracking though — it comes with boxing and rep-based training, as well as a swimming mode on top of run coaching and sleep monitoring features. That’s a lot to get stuck in with.

    You won’t get GPS or some of the more complex fitness tracking features that others on this list offer, but if you’re looking for a great everyday tracker that doesn’t cost a lot of money the Moov Now will suit you perfectly.

    What’s next? The Moov Now was first released back in 2015, so the device is due a refresh. That said, we haven’t heard any rumors of a new device coming from Moov.

    Huawei Band 2 Pro review

    A slim, sol > By Andrew London 2019-07-05T19:28:37Z

    Our Verdict

    The Huawei Band 2 Pro looked like it was going to be one of the most capable wearables for its size. For its diminutive size and low price it has great battery life and impressive GPS tracking, but lacks the slick interface of some of its competitors and proved to be a little underwhelming when used in anger.

    • Reasonable price
    • Impressive battery life
    • Accurate step count
    Against
    • Not the most innovative design
    • Metrics are inaccurate
    • App is clunky

    The Huawei Band 2 Pro provides a simple fitness tracking experience. It may not have the feature set as some of its rivals, but its affordable price point makes it an attractive option for fitness novices.

    The Huawei Band 2 Pro is the successor to a wearable that saw limited release outside of the US under the name Honor Band Z1.

    Compared to that watch’s circular design, the Band 2 Pro looks more akin to the competition it aims to take on, the Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Alta HR. While it’s been surpassed by the Huawei Band 3 Pro, the Band 2 Pro is still an admirable fitness tracker that could see discounts — especially ahead of Amazon Prime Day, which is coming on July 15.

    This waterproof wearable comes with built-in GPS, a limited touch interface for simple navigation on-the-go and rocks a style that blends in with your running gear and office dress code alike.

    At $69 (£79), it’s an interesting proposition, it’s not the cheapest fitness tracker on the market, but for its price bracket, it boasts a lot of features, albeit in a slightly less-than-perfect form.

    The great thing is you’ll be able to monitor your heart rate, your VO2 max (the blood oxygen levels) and use GPS to track your run, but don’t expect the readings to be as accurate as they would be on a more expensive run tracker like the Suunto Spartan Trainer HR.

    If this is just too much activity band for you, Huawei is also releasing the Huawei Band 2, a more stripped-back version of the Pro that won’t feature built-in GPS, the ability to monitor oxygen levels in your blood, smart coaching or sleep tracking. That’s difficult to find though, so we’d mostly recommend focusing on the Band 2 Pro.

    Huawei Band 2 Pro price and release date

    If you live in either the US or UK you can buy the Huawei Band 2 Pro for $69.99 or £79.99, but you may be able to get it at a slightly lower price if you shop around. That’s for all the strap varieties including black, blue or red. In the UK we’ve seen it regularly at £50 and below $50 in the US.

    We don’t know when it’ll be coming to Australia or if it’ll ever launch there. The Huawei Band 2 Pro was released at the start of September 2017 in multiple markets, and we’ve already seen it be a big winner for seasonal discounts.

    Design and display

    The Huawei Band 2 Pro doesn’t attempt to reinvent the wearable with its design, though it’s quite the departure from its original’s more traditional timepiece style.

    Instead of a circular face, the design has been streamlined to match the aesthetic of many popular wearables, like the Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Alta HR.

    Wrapping around your wrist with soft silicon bands that latch together using two plastic pegs, the brains of Huawei’s Band 2 Pro fit rather comfortably, clad in a combo of plastic, brushed stainless steel detailing and what appears to be curved glass on its front.

    The latch does mean that there’s no metal or sharp clasps that can stick into you or rust over time in contact with sweat.

    The only problem we had with it is that if the strap brushes against your top while you’re running it can pop open, meaning you either have to stop running to replace it or do the same on the run, neither of which being ideal.

    The touch interface on the Band 2 Pro’s PMOLED display orients in portrait mode, making it easier to read than we’ve seen on the horizontally-oriented Microsoft Band 2.

    The screen is slender, meaning that when you’re fed more complex information on-screen during a run like your current heart rate and which heart rate zone you’re in, it can be difficult to see exactly what it’s saying, especially when on the move.

    To cycle between the different activity tracking functions of the wearable, you can either tap on the ‘button’ (really a touch responsive section of the screen with a faux button) at the bottom of the display or flick your wrist.

    This gestural control also allows you to turn on the Band 2 Pro by raising your wrist and turning it towards you.

    The interface is rather basic, which is fine, but if you don’t like the layout of the display, there isn’t a great deal you can do about it. In the app there’s the option to change the order that items appear in the menu, meaning if you want to see heart rate before steps you can, but there are no options for the standard watch face.

    On the underside of the unit, Huawei has implemented a heart rate sensor, an always-appreciated hardware feature. The sensor protrudes from the unit, meaning you shouldn’t have to have the strap too tight in order for reading to be taken.

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    The Best Fitness Trackers for 2019

    Fitbit Charge 3

    Bottom Line: The Fitbit Charge 3 isn’t a drastic change over its predecessor, but it has enough small tweaks to make it one of the best everyday fitness trackers you can buy.

    Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music

    Bottom Line: The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music packs all the best features from running watches and fitness trackers into a timepiece you can wear anywhere.

    Apple Watch Series 5

    Bottom Line: The Apple Watch Series 5 doesn’t feature any drastic changes, but an always-on display makes the best smartwatch you can buy even better.

    Fitbit Inspire HR

    Bottom Line: The easy-to-use Fitbit Inspire HR fitness tracker packs all the basic features you need to monitor your health and exercise for an affordable price.

    Fitbit Versa 2

    Bottom Line: The Fitbit Versa 2 takes everything we like about the original smartwatch and adds an always-on AMOLED display, a microphone for Amazon Alexa, and Fitbit Pay.

    Samsung Galaxy Fit

    Bottom Line: The surprisingly affordable Samsung Galaxy Fit is a sleek, accurate fitness tracker with a lovely display, a simple interface, and long battery life.

    Fitbit Ionic

    Bottom Line: The Fitbit Ionic is an ambitious and promising smartwatch with a focus on fitness and accurate tracking, but its success will depend on the growth of its app ecosystem.

    Garmin Vivosmart 4

    Bottom Line: The Garmin Vivosmart 4 is an attractive fitness tracker with accurate, in-depth metrics and up to a week of battery life.

    Motiv Ring

    Bottom Line: The Motiv Ring is a subtly stylish fitness tracker that puts lots of features and functionality right on your finger.

    Polar A370

    Bottom Line: The fairly priced Polar A370 isn’t the most attractive fitness tracker, but it records training sessions and daily activities with aplomb.

    Product
    Editors’ Rating
    Best For Balance of Features and Price Tracking In-Depth Metrics A Fitness-Focused Smartwatch First-Time Users A Fitness Tracker/Smartwatch Hybrid Smartphone Notifications Phone-Free Exercise Sleep Monitoring An Alternative Form Factor to Wrist Bands Sport Training
    Device Type Wrist Band Sports Watch Wrist Band Wrist Band Wrist Band Wrist Band Wrist Band Wrist Band Ring Sports Watch
    Display Type OLED Color LCD OLED OLED AMOLED AMOLED Color LCD OLED None OLED
    Compatibility Android, iOS Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Web iOS Android, iOS Android, iOS Android, iOS Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Web Android, iOS iOS Windows, Mac, Android, iOS
    Heart Rate Monitor Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
    Sleep Tracker Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
    Estimated Battery Life 7 days 7 days; 5 hours with GPS 18 hours 5 days 5 days 7 days 4 days; 10 hours with GPS 7 days 3 days 4 days
    Read Review Fitbit Charge 3
    Review
    Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music
    Review
    Apple Watch Series 5
    Review
    Fitbit Inspire HR
    Review
    Fitbit Versa 2
    Review
    Samsung Galaxy Fit
    Review
    Fitbit Ionic
    Review
    Garmin Vivosmart 4
    Review
    Motiv Ring
    Review
    Polar A370
    Review

    Count More Than Steps

    There’s never been a better selection of fitness trackers, but with choice comes confusion. Which tracker has the features that are right for you and the activities you do? Here are some tips and recommendations for choosing the best tracker for your needs.

    Where to Start

    If you want to give fitness tracking a try (but without a wearable), start by using a mobile app that counts your steps. This method requires the least commitment, and could be of interest if you’re a beginner. Some apps we like are Argus, Fitbit, and Moves.

    If you run or bicycle, we recommend tracking your runs or rides with an app before going whole-hog and splurging on a tracker. Why? With some trackers, you still need to carry your phone to get accurate pacing, distance, and mapping, so you’ll want to know before you make a purchase if you’re okay with carrying your phone, or if you’d prefer a tracker with built-in GPS so you don’t have to. A few apps we recommend are Runtastic PRO (for running), Cyclemeter (for bicycling), and Strava (for both running and cycling).

    The Coros SafeSound Helmet is another interesting solution for cyclists that integrates your phone’s GPS to track your rides and uses bone-conduction audio to let you hear directions, music, and phone calls without blocking your ears.

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    How Much Should You Spend on a Fitness Tracker?

    In general, most fitness trackers cost between $50 and $250. If you pay less than $50, you’ll probably get a subpar product with mediocre accuracy. In addition, less expensive trackers usually don’t have a display, so you can’t see how many steps you’ve taken unless you look at your smartphone.

    More expensive trackers usually include built-in optical heart rate monitors and GPS, and often, these features are tailored toward athletes and exercise enthusiasts. Don’t get suckered into buying a tracker with a heart rate monitor if your primary activity is walking; it’s an unnecessary expense. If you walk and don’t do much else, there are great options in the $49 to $149 range.

    If you do work out often, we highly recommend spending at least $99, as that’s the price point where you’ll start to see the features that are useful to very active users.

    Choose Your Style

    A very important question to ask yourself before choosing a fitness tracker is the type of form factor you want. Fitness trackers are usually bracelets, watches, or clip- ons . Most clip-on devices these days can also be worn on the wrist, but not vice versa. Bracelets and watches are hard to lose. Clip- ons can fall off or get thrown into the wash.

    That said, bracelets and watches can get in the way when typing on a computer or washing dishes, for example. And wrist-worn devices aren’t always eye-catching accessories to your outfit. If you’re bothered by having something on your wrist 24/7, you’re probably better off with a clip-on, although this style isn’t nearly as popular as it used to be a few years ago.

    Clip-on devices are smaller and more discreet when worn on a waistband or the front of a bra. Most don’t have displays, meaning you have to rely on a smartphone to see your tracked activity.

    The Motiv Ring, meanwhile, brings fitness tracking to your fingers. It tracks many of the same metrics as wrist-worn models in a discreet form factor that looks like jewelry.

    There are also trackers for children, like the Fitbit Ace 2. And don’t forget about Fido. That’s right, there are even trackers out there specifically for pets.

    Do You Want Heart Rate Monitoring?

    Heart rate monitoring sounds like the best feature ever, but there are different kinds of heart rate monitors, and frankly, some people don’t need it at all. A built-in heart rate monitor drives up the price.

    Optical heart rate monitors are the ones built into the device itself. Some very good fitness trackers don’t have a heart rate monitor built in, but can pair with a chest strap. Most every device from Garmin and Polar supports a chest strap (like the excellent Polar H10), and you can usually bundle one in when purchasing a tracker for an extra $40 or $50.

    Finally, if you’re interested in knowing your resting heart rate, you don’t need to buy a tracker with an optical heart rate monitor to find it. Many smartphone apps let you take your heart rate in about 15 seconds using the phone’s camera. Check your pulse once or twice a day, and you’re good to go.

    Will You Track Sleep?

    Many fitness trackers record your sleep. When they do, they generally watch for movement using a three-axis accelerometer to a more sensitive degree than they do during the day. Some devices report graphs showing the times when you were in light sleep and deep sleep based on motion.

    There are also dedicated sleep trackers out there that attach to your mattress, but we haven’t found them to offer an appreciable advantage over wrist-based trackers. And wearable trackers have the ability of doing a lot more than simply tracking your rest. If you don’t like the idea of wearing something on your wrist to bed and need a new mattress, you can always spring for the Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed.

    Go Sport-Specific

    Swimmers will want a waterproof tracker, but keep in mind that not all water-safe trackers actually track swimming. Runners will probably want a watch that shows time, distance, pace, and lap time, at the very least. If you want good accuracy for those metrics without having to carry a smartphone, you need a runner’s watch with built-in GPS —see our picks for The Best Fitness Trackers for Running.

    Also consider the display. If you want to see your stats at all times, or simply use your tracker as a wristwatch, look for one with an always-on display. How you control the tracker is also important. If you like to run in the cold while wearing gloves, you may want to steer clear of devices that only have touch-enabled displays.

    Cyclists have even more considerations. There’s a difference between tracking how many miles you pedal and calories you burn versus monitoring your power and cadence. If all you want is the former, you can find a few fitness trackers that support bicycling as an activity. More serious cyclists will want a device that can pair with additional bike equipment, like a cadence sensor, and should look at devices from sport-specific companies, like Garmin and Polar.

    The App Experience

    A fitness tracker’s app matters. Whether on your phone or on the web, the app is absolutely vital because it is where you make sense of the information the tracker collects. Fitbit has one of the best apps and websites we’ve tested. It lets you record all kinds of data that many other companies don’t, such as calories consumed, allergy severity, and stress level.

    If you want total body analysis, look for a system that incorporates a smart bathroom scale. Fitbit, Polar, and Withings and do. Check out the Fitbit Aria 2, the Polar Balance, and the Withings Body Cardio. These send your weight directly to your account, so you can’t cheat the system by entering a lower number. The QardioBase 2 is another top choice, especially for pregnant women.

    Smartwatch vs. Fitness Tracker

    Several fitness trackers have some smartwatch functionality, and some smartwatches have fitness features, too. The Fitbit Versa 2 comes close to blending both worlds, but at the moment it still lags far behind the Apple Watch in terms of third-party app support.

    The Apple Watch Series 5 places more of an emphasis on health and fitness tracking than any other smartwatch we’ve seen. It even has an FDA-approved electrocardiogram (ECG) function that generates a PDF of your heart rhythm you can share with your doctor, which is a feature you won’t find on any of trackers listed here. But as its name implies, it’s first and foremost a smartwatch. S ee our list of The Best Smartwatches for recommendations in that category.

    Other Options

    With so many good fitness trackers on the market right now, and promising ones on the horizon, it’s hard to contain them all in just one list. We’ve limited our picks here to trackers that have scored four stars or higher, but there are lots of other very good options out there that might be right for you. We update this article often, so make sure to check back for our latest recommendations. And for the very latest reviews, see our Fitness Trackers product guide.

    Best Fitness Trackers Featured in This Roundup

    Fitbit Charge 3 Review

    Pros: Crisp screen. Long battery life. Updated with better heart rate and SpO2 sensors. Safe for swimming. NFC payments on Special Edition.

    Cons: Swipe interface can be finicky. Proprietary charger.

    Bottom Line: The Fitbit Charge 3 isn’t a drastic change over its predecessor, but it has enough small tweaks to make it one of the best everyday fitness trackers you can buy.

    Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music Review

    Pros: Holds up to 500 songs locally. Measures steps, stairs, sleep, continuous heart rate. Includes advanced fitness metrics: VO2 max, fitness age, stress. Contactless payment and smartwatch features.

    Cons: Can only reply to messages from watch when paired with Android. No women’s health tracking.

    Bottom Line: The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music packs all the best features from running watches and fitness trackers into a timepiece you can wear anywhere.

    Apple Watch Series 5 Review

    Pros: Always-on display. Excellent fitness tracking and heart rate monitoring accuracy. WatchOS 6 brings useful new apps. Smooth performance.

    Cons: Expensive. No built-in sleep tracking. Battery life remains the same.

    Bottom Line: The Apple Watch Series 5 doesn’t feature any drastic changes, but an always-on display makes the best smartwatch you can buy even better.

    Fitbit Inspire HR Review

    Pros: Lightweight, stylish design. Accurate fitness tracking. Smartphone notifications. Lots of functionality for the price.

    Cons: Small display. Thick bezel.

    Bottom Line: The easy-to-use Fitbit Inspire HR fitness tracker packs all the basic features you need to monitor your health and exercise for an affordable price.

    Fitbit Versa 2 Review

    Pros: Attractive AMOLED screen with always-on option. Long battery life. Lots of useful apps and fitness features. Fitbit Pay. Amazon Alexa.

    Cons: Screen isn’t quite as bright as the original model. Alexa responses are text only.

    Bottom Line: The Fitbit Versa 2 takes everything we like about the original smartwatch and adds an always-on AMOLED display, a microphone for Amazon Alexa, and Fitbit Pay.

    Samsung Galaxy Fit Review

    Pros: Affordable. Accurate fitness tracking and heart rate monitoring. Big, sharp display. Long battery life. Simple interface. Smartphone notifications. Sleek, lightweight design.

    Cons: Big for small wrists. Requires two apps. Thick bezel.

    Bottom Line: The surprisingly affordable Samsung Galaxy Fit is a sleek, accurate fitness tracker with a lovely display, a simple interface, and long battery life.

    Fitbit Ionic Review

    Pros: Vibrant screen. Changeable straps. Safe for swimming. Excellent battery life. Smart notifications. Built-in GPS and NFC. Pandora integration. Open SDK for app developers.

    Cons: Expensive. Thick bottom bezel. Case easily scratches.

    Bottom Line: The Fitbit Ionic is an ambitious and promising smartwatch with a focus on fitness and accurate tracking, but its success will depend on the growth of its app ecosystem.

    Garmin Vivosmart 4 Review

    Pros: Accurate. Long battery life. Automatic activity tracking. Measures blood oxygen levels, sleep, stress, and body recovery. Slim, sleek design.

    Cons: Touch screen could be more responsive. Uses proprietary charger.

    Bottom Line: The Garmin Vivosmart 4 is an attractive fitness tracker with accurate, in-depth metrics and up to a week of battery life.

    Motiv Ring Review

    Pros: Tracks active minutes, heart rate, sleep, calories, and steps. Discreet design is comfortable for all-day wear. Safe for swimming. Includes keychain charger. Well-designed app.

    Cons: No Android support. Looks a bit bulky on petite hands. Relatively basic fitness stats. Pricey.

    Bottom Line: The Motiv Ring is a subtly stylish fitness tracker that puts lots of features and functionality right on your finger.

    Polar A370 Review

    Pros: Continuous and accurate heart rate monitoring. In-depth sleep analysis. Can create custom training programs. Waterproof. Competitively priced.

    Cons: No onboard GPS. Clunky design. Grainy screen.

    Bottom Line: The fairly priced Polar A370 isn’t the most attractive fitness tracker, but it records training sessions and daily activities with aplomb.

    Zeroner 4+

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      • 1.9, 183 Ratings
      • Free

    iPhone Screenshots

    Description

    Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

    Zeroner is the new Application dedicated to Health and Fitness that helps the Users to keep track of daily performances:
    • Pedometer/Steps calculation
    • Calories burnt counter
    • Distance/Time calculation
    • Sleep monitor
    • GPS sports
    Zeroner supports a stylish bracelet available in different colors equipped with a 3D sensor and Bluetooth 4.0 that allows it to connect with Smart Phones.
    Once connected to the Smart Phone, user can also enjoy Phone Call and SMS notification through bracelet vibration.

    What’s New

    1.support Korean language
    2.fix some translations
    3.fix synchronization problem when using buddhist calendar

    Ratings and Reviews

    Great device needs a better app

    Got my i5 plus for $16. The device is really nice, blows away competitors which costs 8-10x more. But this app is really crappy. Very basic features, not much to configure, no friends connection, and it appears to be always disconnected, maybe that’s part of the reason why the battery lasts so long. Most laughable feature is the the gps sports, it only picks up one spot every 5 minutes or so and connect the dots with straight lines! The sleep monitor’s accuracy is also dubious, only a few large periods of deep and light sleeps. My Fitbit records a lot more movements during sleep. Overall, this app needs a major update, I doubt we will get it though. I would be more enthusiastic to recommend to my friends if this app is a bit more decent.

    The Worst App in the History of Apps

    I don’t think I have ever hated anything as much as I have hated this app. If I could give it 0 stars, I would. It is truly, truly terrible. I decided to «turn off» notifications for phone calls, texts, etc. through this app. Or so I thought. While the app gives you the option to do so, it does not actually stop the notifications from appearing on your watch — rendering this part of the app completely useless. Even when I erased the app, I was STILL getting notifications to my watch. They only way to stop them from coming through was by turning off Bluetooth. Since you need the app in order for the watch to work, I am returning the watch as this app has caused far too much frustration. It’s not worth it. Don’t get the watch. Don’t get the app. Save yourself hours of frustration and money. Just don’t get it.

    Good device, bad app

    The device is great, affordable and really useful. But the app needs a lot of improvement. I personally think there should be and option where you get the notifications on the devide only when your phone is locked or something similar, so you wont be getting all the texts in your smart watch. Also, whenever i get a text and it shows in the watch, it’s always missing the last letter. For example, if someone texts me and says «im here», i’ll show up as «im her»

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    ID115 Smart Bracelet User Manual & App

    ID115 Smart Bracelet User Manual & App

    Highlights:
    Veryfit 2.0 APP is stable and easy to understand
    Sensitive touchable screen
    Bluetooth 4.0 technology – power saver
    Fashionable style (slim / light / comfortable, it is made for wearing)

    Main functions:
    Pedometer, sleeping tracking (can track your sleeping quality automatically), calories counter, time / date display, drinking reminding, sedentary reminding, calling & SMS notifications etc.

    This device doesn’t work with Windows system mobiles.

    The APP won’t work if your cellphone screen size is less than 4.5’’ inches

    What should we do if we use iPad or Android tablets? Please install the
    APP in your iPad or Android tablet pc, use Bluetooth function to pair with the
    APP to sync data, sync time / date and other activities data. As long as your
    iPad / tablet pc supports Bluetooth function, there is no issue to use Veryfit 2.0
    APP.

    Compatibility:
    Android 4.5 and above version iOS 8.0 and above version, it is workable for latest iPhone 7 plus

    How to charge the ID115 smart band properly?
    USB charging style, we need to remove the device from the band and plug into computer to charge.

    How to sync data on “Veryfit 2.0” APP?
    The smart bracelet will send data to “Veryfit 2.0> APP automatically.
    If it does not work, please open the APP, click the screen and out down to sync activities data.

    Please turn on Bluetooth function all the time.

    You will see “connecting” icon on APP.

    Please note Bluetooth range is only 10 meters, if the distance between smart bracelet and your cellphone is over 10 meters, the smart bracelet status would be “Disconnected” and this means we can not sync data smoothly.
    Can we share date to Apple watch APP? YES we can.

    Click the “Veryfit 2.0” APP find Users at the bottom, you will see “Connect to Apple Health” click it and choose what you would like to share with Apple Health APP

    Are these smart bracelets / smart watches fully waterproof?
    IP-X4 rating, they are just for daily life water resistant, which means we can not wear it when we are swimming or taking shower.

    Please don’t believe in advertising if it shows these smart devices are professional waterproof. They are not.

    Are these smart bracelets work with Bluetooth?
    Bluetooth 4.0 technology, low power consumption, faster & stable transmission speed.

    Bluetooth range?
    Make sure the distance between your cellphone and smart bracelet / smart watch is within 10 meters, because Bluetooth range is only 10 meters, if the distance over 10 meters, the APP will not recognize the icon (it is like ID numbers, people have their own ID numbers How long does it takes to fully charge the smart bracelet / smart watch?

    — it takes 3 or 4 hours to charge the device from 0% to 100%

    NOTE: we have been testing charging function for a while, it takes
    6-8 hours to fully charge the device if you plug it in your laptop or computer PC. THE CHARGER COULD BE USED LONGER BY THIS WAY.

    How long will battery last?
    A fully charged smart bracelet battery provides approximately: 5 days standby time, battery will drop to zero within a day, 24 hours of continuous usage.

    Is the battery rechargeable?
    — YES

    What type of battery do you use?
    — lithium battery (safe and durable)

    Questions about your ID115 Smart Bracelet User Manual & App? Post in the comments!
    Download ID115 Smart Bracelet User Manual & App Manual [PDF]


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