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Top 10 Fitness Trackers of 2020

Top 10 Fitness Trackers of 2020

This year’s worldwide lockdown due to the pandemic caused by Coronavirus brought restrictions in movement. The restriction in movement caused an increase in the awareness for fitness activities more than ever. Undoubtedly, lots of people have paid serious attention to their fitness activities, and several fitness brands released lots of fitness products that people need. 

Written below are carefully selected top 10 fitness trackers of 2020.

Fitbit Charge 4

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Most people are not always sure whether to get a Fitbit, Apple Watch, or Garmin. Well, the truth is you most likely don’t need Apple’s or Garmin’s enhanced features capabilities and are best off with a basic Fitbit. With every significant tech company trying to increase their wearables’ price, it’s imminent that Fitbit’s trackers are still affordable, simple, and beautiful, having an easy-to-use app and a massive, devoted community. Charge 4 is its best yet, possessing great features such as built-in GPS found in costly trackers.

Fitbit Versa Lite Edition

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The Fitbit Versa Lite is a great innovative smartwatch that is undoubtedly an excellent option for anyone who needs a fitness/smartwatch tracker combination at an affordable price. It can work efficiently with both Android and iPhones. It has a long battery life, which means it can be worn while sleeping and use Fitbit’s all-encompassing sleep-tracking features, which is one of the best. Sadly, it only possesses connected GPS (i.e., it depends on your phone for location), no altimeter, and can’t track lap swimming. 

Letsfit Fitness Tracker

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The Letsfit’s smartwatch is an affordable knockoff of the Fitbit Versa, even up to the watch face font. Nevertheless, their differences are apparent to anyone who has probably used or a fan of the Fitbit Versa. The smartwatch’s latch is made from cheap plastic. Also, the tracked metrics on the watch face are basic. And the VeryFitPro app is not appealing and not fun to consult. The Letsfit is waterproof, and the pedometer is quite correct.

Apple Watch Series 6

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This year, Apple released two new Watches, series 6 and the SE. Without a doubt, Series 6 is one of the best fitness trackers provided you have an iPhone. Adding to the existing features (activity-closing rings and electrocardiogram) are the recently added features, which are: new bands, case colors, and blood oxygen sensor, also integration with Fitness+, an on-demand streaming service that helps integrate between the watch and your iPhone screen or your Apple TV.

Oura Ring

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With the Motiv Ring’s loss this year, the Oura is currently one of the little exceptional fitness-tracker rings. The Oura is much more than the hype, and its privileged aura given to it due to its intensely sensitive sensors (which is not bad), and its algorithm is sophisticated and simple.

Withings Move ECG

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Withings’ smartwatches possess analog faces. Hence, they are an affordable choice for people who don’t like to wear a tiny computer on their wrist. The Move ECG is one of the best smartwatches produced by Withings. It’s promoted as an affordable substitute to an ECG watch such as the Apple Series 6. It also securely records activities automatically and can easily track sleep (but not as good as a tracker possessing an optical heart rate monitor).

Garmin Fenix 6S Pro

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Certainly, Garmin’s Fenix 6S Pro is one of the best outdoor multisport watches. Compared to the giant 6X Pro Solar, it doesn’t possess solar charging ability. Nevertheless, in addition to Garmin’s unique satellite navigation systems and several sport modes, it also has a surfeit of new power management features to expand the battery so it can be used for a while after charging. It also has Garmin’s recent emergency alert and incident detection system.

Garmin Forerunner 645 Music

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Without a doubt, Garmin produces the most accurate GPS watches. The Forerunner 645 Music is light, small, and waterproof, possessing a clear and readable display even under sunlight and easily navigable through a five-button system. It can estimate your times for a 5K, half-marathon, or marathon and measure your stride length. It possesses contactless payments in case you need a snack on a 20-mile run. It can also store about 500 songs.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active

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If you already have the Samsung Galaxy S20 or desiring to get one soon, then the Galaxy Watch Active is the best option for you. However, if you have your heart set on a digital bezel, then you may get the Active2, but if not, the Active is the better option.

It’s beautiful and light. It cost about half the price of the Apple Watch. It’s water and dust resistant, possesses built-in GPS, uninterrupted heart rate tracking, and also provides you with an exciting notification whenever you’ve achieved the smallest fitness goals. Besides, your Samsung phone can be used to charge it through the PowerShare feature. 

Garmin Instinct Solar

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The Garmin Instinct Solar is one of the best sports watches. It can be used during paddling, trail running, etc. The new features added to the latest update include solar charging power with a Power Glass face, a pulse oximeter for tracking blood oxygen levels when sleeping, and the Garmin-specific Body Battery metric to inform you of how pumped up you are for the whole day.

I’m sure you’ve found a fitness tracker that best suits your taste.  Well, if you have, you’re a step closer to achieving your goals.

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