Technology can help us achieve our goals much faster, fitness trackers are one of these technology things.
Our favorite fitness tracker right now
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 officially our favorite fitness band in the world right now. 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.
2.Apple Watch Series 4 Smartwatch
The Apple Watch Series 4 is the best fitness tracker for most consumers today. It has a elegant design, a large screen, and intuitive user interface. It also has a built-in GPS, so you can precisely keep track of your outdoor activities, and, crucially, an ultra accurate, ECG-capable heart-rate sensor.
With optional cellular connectivity among its key features, the latest Apple Watch allows users to take a break from their iPhone during their workouts. The display of the watch is the best in the business — it's bright and easy to navigate even under direct sunlight.
If you’re looking for a fitness tracker that’s a great compromise between functionality, style, and affordability, the Versa is our pick. It's easy to assume it's intended for women. It's compact, comes in pink, and now features Fitbit's new female health tracking app, which makes it easy and convenient to monitor your menstrual cycle. But anyone can benefit from the Versa's accurate heart rate monitor, step counter, sleep tracker, and long battery life. If you shell out for Fitbit Coach, you can also get personalized training recommendations and access to quick, phone-free workouts.
4.Huawei Watch 2
If you have an Android phone, this is the do-everything smartwatch for you. Along with deep smartphone integration with the Android Wear OS, the wearable gives active guys continuous heart rate tracking, sleep tracking, a VO2 max estimate, and smart coaching features.
Key features: GPS, continuous heart monitoring, sleep tracking, smart notifications, NFC payments, Google Play Music integration
5.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
ur 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.
6.Withings Steel HR Hybrid Smartwatch
Best for Elegant Design
The Withings Steel HR is a classic-looking stainless steel watch with a great set of fitness- and activity-tracking capabilities. They include continuous heart-rate monitoring via a built-in sensor, as well as the ability to automatically keep tabs on your exercises and sleep patterns.
The watch has a handy circular display that's integrated into its dial. It will display essential fitness-tracking data and smartphone notifications without being too distractive. The Steel HR can last up to 25 days between charges.
7.Xiaomi Mi Band 3
If you're not using your fitness tracker to improve your pacing or find your way home in the woods, you don't need to spend three figures. The Mi Band 3 is a simple, basic fitness tracker that, um, looks a lot like the Fitbit Flex 2 but is half the price. The waterproof tracker unit pops into a comfortable rubber wrist band. It's easy to swipe up and down, or to hold your finger to the indented button to record exercise or take a heart rate measurement. The sleep tracker is extremely optimistic, you can't distinguish between different kinds of exercise, and the app isn't very attractive. But the battery lasts forever.
8.Suunto 3 Fitness Smartwatch
Suunto, which is best known for high-level orienteering equipment, took a stab at a smartwatch for more general exercisers and the result, the 3 Fitness, is a no-frills tracker that offers something for just about everyone, with ability to track dozens of activities and guided training plans. One of the biggest reasons the 3 Fitness works well is the newly-overhauled Suunto smartphone app, which gives more detailed feedback about your workouts than just about any other watch-style tracker.
Key Features: color screen, heart rate tracking, water resistance, connected GPS, adaptive training guidance
9.Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro
Samsung offers a beautiful display
Screen: Yes, 1.5-inch AMOLED | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes, through phone | Battery life: 3 days | Compatibility: Android/iOS
The Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro hasn't made hefty changes to the company's wearable line since the Gear Fit 2, but there are a few improvements to an already great tracker that sits it in second place.
The Gear Fit 2 Pro has a gorgeous design that looks fantastic on your wrist and as it's sporting a big, beautiful AMOLED display you'll be able to see all of your stats nice and clearly.
It also comes with GPS built-in so you can leave your phone at home while you go for a run as well as a top-notch heart rate sensor that should give you one of the most accurate readings possible from a wrist based tracker. Plus it will track your swimming too.
10.Emporio Armani Hybrid Smartwatch
Best for Casual Activity-Tracking
The Emporio Armani Connected smartwatch will pair with your smartphone via a sleek app to track your activity, including the steps you made and the distance you covered. The watch lacks a heart-rate sensor, so it's not suitable for workout addicts.
The water-resistant hybrid smartwatch has up to 6 months of battery life, and its battery is easily replaceable by the user. It will automatically set its time once connected to a phone, and can even send you discreet notifications.