Fitness trackers are becoming more and more popular, especially with the introduction of more affordable and detailed tracking systems that are smartphone compatible. Despite the wide range of trackers that seemingly all do the same data tracking, a few do stand out above the rest either in terms of features, design, or price. We’ve compiled a list of the best fitness trackers money can buy you today so take a look below at these entries.
#5: Ronten R2 Smart Bluetooth Wristband
The Ronten R2 Wristband offers the same features that the high end fitness trackers will provide, although at a fraction of the price. It features step tracking, sleep tracking, calories burned etc. although no heart rate tracking is available (which isn’t something to go on about with the price you’re paying for this).
#4: Ikeepi Fitness Tracker
Another solid affordable entry, the Ikeepi Tracker once again delivers most of the standard fitness tracker features in a very affordable package. It equally delivers water proof abilities, making it a great option for swimmers or those into aquatic sports.
#3: Apple Watch Series 3
Although most wouldn’t consider the Apple Watch 3 to be a pure fitness tracker, it does offer some solid fitness features through various applications, such as heart rate monitoring, step tracking, sleep tracking etc. The just announced Series 3 watch is also water proof and cellular service activated.
#2: Garmin Vivofit 3 Activity Tracker
Garmin has long been a leader in watches, trackers, and sports tech, and the Vivofit 3 Activity Tracker is no exception. Simple, efficient,and to the point, this product resembles a Fitbit with less features and a price that reflects this.
#1: Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate Fitness Wristband
The Fitbit. THE fitness tracker that pops into your head when you pair fitness and tech tracking together. The Fitbit Charge 2 features great heart rate tracking, sleep tracking, calorie tracking and is all compatible with the Fitbit smartphone app that permits you to see all of your data and reports.