Fitbit Charge 3
Fitbit has become the go-to manufacturer for fitness trackers and it’s not hard to see why. The Charge 2 device was fantastic and now with the third iteration, the company has refined its flagship tracker. With a more lightweight design and a sleeker overall look, and a bigger and clearer display than its rivals, the Fitbit Charge 3 offers large amounts of insight into your overall health. Sadly it’s still a black and white screen and there is no sign of the much-requested onboard GPS, but as before syncing up to your phone solves that conundrum. If you enjoy the whole Fitbit app and experience and would also like access to notifications and Fitbit’s fantastic sleep tracking, you’ll want to opt for this as it’s one of the company’s best trackers ever.
Huawei Band 3 Pro
Not everyone can afford to spend a small fortune on a fitness tracker and that’s where the Huawei band 3 Pro steps in. It offers both style and substance at a very attractive wallet-friendly budget. The Band 3 Pro comes with GPS onboard, it has a water-resistant design as well as a 0.95-inch color screen to display all of your stats on your wrist. Packed with features like a precise heart rate monitor and activity tracking, the Band 3 Pro is a great little device for newbies to the fitness tracking world as well as anyone looking for an affordable entry-level device.
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