When Fitbit introduced its first smartwatch, the Fitbit Ionic, it struggled to compete against the more powerful Apple and Garmin Watches. But then the Fitbit Versa arrived, and it turned the things around for the company. Later, Fitbit launched Versa’s cheaper and pared-down version, the Versa Lite, while also releasing a more refined addition, the
Our reviews of the latest fitness trackers, or activity trackers, break down the technology used to monitor heart rate, sleep quality, and fitness patterns designed to help you boost overall health.
One of the best ways to strike a balance between fitness and health is to use a tracker that allows you to monitor your progress in both. That’s no surprise in this age where advances in technology have left no stone unturned. One product that’s been on our radar is the Fitbit Charge 4. The
Back in February 2014, when users reported that the Fitbit’s device was causing rashes, it recalled its Force line of fitness bands. Now, with the Charge, Charge HR, and Surge, Fitbit has returned with a fresh array of fitness bands that put a little heart and a lot of smart style into fitness tracking. The Charge
Scales have been around a long time, and anyone who has attempted any diet has probably been addicted to weighing themselves every possible moment of the day. Some people obsess over the number on the scale, not considering their own personal results or other metrics. We know now that your actual weight on a scale
The Jawbone UP3 might be one of the most attractive fitness trackers on the market right now, even after many years since its launch. It’s lightweight, thin, and looks more like a piece of jewelry than anything. It’s something that most other fitness trackers can’t say for themselves. But we all know looks aren’t everything,
Fitness trackers are booming right now and for good reason. We now live in an age where you monitor and receive important data on your health, all from your wrist. There are some popular big brands in wearable technology and they aren’t the most aesthetically appealing to all users. Luckily, the Mira Fitness Tracker is