Common sense told us that complicated, feature-loaded fitness trackers wouldn’t be the best option for everyone. The more sensors and tracking capabilities you cram into a device the size of a wristwatch, the more it’s going to cost you. Not everyone needs to track their position by satellite, either. That’s why we started our search for the best fitness tracker by categorizing our initial list of 87 contenders (every device we could find currently for sale in the US) based on a few key capabilities.
We then pared our list down into a manageable-sized test group by selecting only the top-selling and most highly reviewed models from each of the four largest and most reputable fitness tracker manufacturers: Fitbit, Garmin, TomTom, and iFit.
Read the rest of, “The Best Fitness Tracker” from our friends at Reviews.com here.
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