The most accurate fitness trackers
It is difficult to say which are the most accurate fitness trackers as they are all quite accurate. Technology has moved on leaps forward over the last few years and paired to an app,are becoming such an insight into our everyday’s lives. If you are looking for some of the best options, I would recommend the following.
Thenot only is it accurate and easy to use, but it looks great too. Its battery life is solid and its customization options impressive. Just be wary about taking it out in the sun too often, you might strain your eyes with all that screen-struggling squinting. I’d recommend this Fitbit if you are looking to track constant HR, sleep, total calorie burn, and get alerted to texts and calls but won’t use it for intense or extreme activities/ sports such as HITT, triathlon, trail running, CrossFit, etc.
Theis hands down one of the best fitness trackers we’ve had the pleasure of using. Whether you really need all the data it provides is debatable, and GPS should be considered a luxury for anyone who takes their phone with them everywhere, but it’s a luxury worth having. For getting fit, without going the whole hog and edging into sports watch territory, the Vivosmart HR+ ticks a lot of boxes. It’s jam-packed with all the features you’d expect, including a few bonuses like GPS. With one of these on your wrist, you’ll get plenty of self-motivation and reach improved fitness levels in no time.
The is seriously the cheapest fitness tracker you can get for such an extensive spectrum of activity tracking. It helps you improve by gradually increasing the workout intensity and mixes up the workouts so you don’t get bored with them. It is an incredible value for the breadth of things that it offers, for the low price you can run, swim, cycle, box and do CrossFit with accuracy. It lacks things like GPS and heart rate monitoring to put it in the same league as other trackers, but it’s really unobtrusive and if you’re looking for a complete view of your fitness it’s presented in a really simple way with Moov.
With theyou get a ton of features (some new) wrapped up in a better design that’s waterproof and has week-long battery life. You’ll find cheaper trackers out there, but none at this design quality and with as many features, and remember that you should make that money back by catching fewer buses or walking rather than driving whenever you can. That and the small matter of being fitter and healthier would make me recommend the Fitbit Charge 3 as my number-one general fitness and health tracker.
Theis quite simply brilliant. It’s technical enough for a majority of keen runners including competitive club runners. It’s simple to use and features all the essential activity tracking features necessary to motivate and inspire you to a fitter better person. The Heart Rate broadcast features make it an excellent partner for those with Garmin Edge cycling computers. Your heart rate can be broadcast to your Edge unit so goodbye chest strap. There is no other review rating I could give the Vivosport other than a gold-plated 5 Star.
I hope this shed some light about what we think are the most accurate fitness trackers. If you want a much more in-depth view on their features and metrics for each of the fitness trackers above, read the full reviews by clicking the links above.
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