✅✅Fitbit Charge 3➡️
✅✅Apple Watch Series 5➡️
✅✅Samsung Galaxy Fit➡️
✅✅Fitbit Inspire HR➡️
✅✅Xiaomi Mi Band 4➡️
✅➡️More Best Fitness Trackers in 2020 Top Ranked
✅✅Fitbit Versa 2➡️
✅✅Garmin Vivosmart 4➡️
✅✅Fossil Gen 5 Smartwatch➡️
✅✅Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2➡️
✅✅Garmin Forerunner 245➡️
How to pick the best fitness tracker
If you’re looking for the best fitness tracker for your needs, you may find yourself stuck in one of those infamous internet black holes. How do you know which activity tracker has the features you want at a price you can afford—and won’t feel like you’ve strapped a brick to your wrist?
If you’re starting your search, here are a few tips to help you decide which fitness tracker is best for you.
1. Start with price
Depending on which features you want, your new fitness tracker could be surprisingly affordable, or it could end up setting you back quite a bit. (Yeah, we eyed a smartwatch that was nearing the quadruple digits for a good 30 seconds before our conscience brought us back to reality.)
Of course, you should still be cautious about buying anything that’s dirt cheap. Most cheap fitness trackers are just that: cheap. Even less costly models by well-known brands like Fitbit won’t come with a full display, so you’ll need to swap to the app to get all the details on your latest workout.
2. Decide on features
Narrow down your search by deciding which features you need. If your primary goal is to track your steps as you stroll around the neighborhood, you probably won’t need a heart rate monitor or GPS.
But if you’re using your tracker to keep tabs on calories burned, heart rate, and miles traveled while you hit the trail on your mountain bike, you’ll want both a heart rate monitor and GPS.
And if you plan on wearing your tracker while you swim laps in the pool, you’ll want to pay attention to the waterproof rating. And make sure the model you pick out tracks swimming.
3. Look at the wristband
If you’re blessed with average-sized wrists, wristband fit likely isn’t an issue for you. But if your wrists are on the slimmer or thicker side, you’ll want to pay attention to the bands that come with fitness trackers.
Brands like Fitbit typically offer fitness trackers in different sizes ranging from small/medium to large. Others offer adjustable bands that provide a snug fit for wrists of all sizes.
Another thing to note about the wristbands is the strap style. Is it a traditional watch-style strap with a buckle? Or does it simply “button” together? The button style sometimes feels less secure, especially if we’re at the gym tackling three-point rows and deadlifts.
Luckily, most fitness trackers come with band replacements. This lets you upgrade the material, color, and fit if you like. We’re all about having choices.
4. Consider style
Are you OK with a fitness tracker that looks like a fitness tracker? Or do you prefer something that looks like a traditional watch?
Activity trackers come in all shapes and sizes, so you can go as simple or fancy, modern or traditional, as you like.
If you’re looking for a smartwatch that could fool a coworker into thinking it’s an actual watch, we’re impressed by the design of the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active. If you’re looking for something simple, the Fitbit Inspire and Fitbit Inspire HR are slim and uncomplicated.
5. Don’t forget about the apps
Our favorite fitness tracker app is Fitbit, hands down. It’s user-friendly and offers a full range of features. It even has menstrual cycle tracking, which we’ve never seen on any other fitness tracker apps.
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