What Is The Best Fitness Tracker You Should Buy?

If you want to develop some healthy habits — like moving more, sleeping better, and improve your health overall as your New Year resolutions, you should check out these mini gadgets that help you remain fit and on track. There are so many of these gadgets in the markets that it is sometimes impossible to make a choice.
Here are our top 5 picks for the best fitness trackers as of 2017:

1. Fitbit Blaze

If you want something doesn’t scream out as an activity tracker, looks more like a smartwatch, but acts like a fitness tracker, this might be for you. 
 
Pros:
The wide touchscreen, displaying detailed workout summaries and making you independent of your phone.
Monitors heart rate.
Notification of call, text, calendar, email, Facebook, etc.
 
Cons:
It isn’t swim-proof
Doesn’t have a built-in GPS.
 
Price: $199.55 

2. Samsung Gear Fit2

Samsung’s Gear Fit2 is a whole package. It offers quite an amount of features, including built-in GPS and water resistance. It can even automatically identify the different types of physical activities such as running, cycling, working out on the elliptical, and more.
 
Pros:
Receive and respond to calls, texts, and notifications when your phone is in Bluetooth range.
Built-in GPS.
 
Cons:
It isn’t compatible with Apple iPhones. 
 
Price: $129.00 

3. Fitbit Charge 2

Fitbit Charge 2 tracks all-day activity like steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed and active minutes. 
 
Pros:
It finds moments of calm throughout your day with personalized guided breathing sessions based on your heart rate.
 
Cons:
Doesn’t have a built-in GPS.
Not swim-proof.
 
Price: $149.49

4. Fitbit Alta

If you like a basic tracker that only measures steps, burned calories and sleep, Fitbit Alta might be an ideal choice for you.
 
Pros:
Battery life lasts up to 5 days.
Sleek look with a screen that shows notifications.
 
Cons:
Doesn’t monitor heart rate.
Pricey for its features.
 
Price: $128.95

5. MissFit Ray

If you are someone who wants to wear a fitness tracker but doesn’t like the gadgety look on them, wants something more stylish then check this out.
 
Pros:
Looks sleek, doesn’t scream out as an activity tracker.
Non‐charging, replaceable batteries last up to 6 months.
 
Cons:
Doesn’t have a display, you need to download an app on your phone to track your activities.
It doesn’t monitor heart rate.
 
Price: $69.99