Table of Contents
- Top 10 Best Activity Trackers For Fitness In 2018
- Striiv TouchFitness Smart Wristband
- Misfit Shine – Activity and Sleep Monitor
- Garmin Vivofit Fitness Band
- Fitbit Charge Wireless Activity Wristband
- Nike+ Fuelband SE Fitness Tracker
- UP 24 by Jawbone Activity Tracker
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- Polar Loop Activity Tracker
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- Fitbit Surge Fitness Superwatch
Top 10 Best Activity Trackers For Fitness In 2018
Living an active life is a lot easier with a tracker. These hefty little devices can become the perfect companion that can track fitness activity, sleep and everything in between. The statistics that they offer can help a lot in getting an overview of the current standing, goals and progress. Here are the top 10 best activity trackers for fitness in 2018 you may consider to buy one.
The Striiv is a small and compact wristband that can serve as a smartwatch and activity tracker. It comes in a compact design with a slim profile and easy to use touchscreen. The model can track fitness activity, sleep and provide relevant statistics while still working as a smartwatch. In terms of compatibility the model works with both Android and iOS phones with the aid of its dedicated app.
The Misfit Shine is an unusual activity tracker with is non-conventional design. It has no display to show relevant information but instead it uses multiple led lights placed in a circle that makes it look more like a watch. The model can track running, swimming, cycling, soccer, tennis and other sports. A regular battery can provide enough power for 6 months. The model is also compatible with iOS and Android devices.
Garmin invested quite a bit in developing the Vivofit fitness band. This compact gadget managed to become one of the best-selling models mostly due to the fact that it is convenient and easy to use. It has a smart system that motivates the user to remain active and it is quite accurate in tracking progress and goals. The model is also water resistant and can be used while swimming without causing any kind of damage.
The Fitbit is probably the most popular activity tracker to date. Its popularity is linked to the features it offers and its design. It is considered one of the best looking activity trackers but unfortunately it has a really small screen. The ones that can get used to such a small screen will find that more than enough information is displayed on it.
The activity tracker made by Nike is considered more of a premium gadget due to its price. On the other hand the Fuelband is quite accurate and comes with plenty of features. It has an ambient light sensor and Bluetooth 4.0 support. It has its own built-in battery and can be connected to both Android and iOS devices.
What makes the Jawbone so popular is its interesting design. This slim and stylish tracker does not have a display but it can store the information or sync it with a mobile device. To look at the statistics and progress the tracker needs to be connected to a smartphone. In terms of statistics the model offers more than enough information.
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It can be difficult to find a better looking activity tracker than the Polar Loop. The model comes with a stylish rubber wrist band and a discreet LED display. It can be worn 24/7 and has a battery life of 5 days. The model can track calories burned, steps taken, running, swimming and other activities. All this information can be displayed in detail on Android or iOS smartphones.
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A lot of people complained that the original Fitbit had a really small screen. The manufacturers have listened and now we have the Surge. This new and improved activity tracker comes with a large screen and a well-built wrist band. Since it has a large screen all the relevant information can be displayed directly without having to check the data on a smartphone.
In terms of features almost all the devices in the list offer the same fitness information. The main difference between them is how the information is displayed. Some have their own screen while others just store the information and display it on a smartphone. In the end it is a matter of preference and all of them are worth looking at.