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Wearable trackers for summerFitness trackers can help you monitor just how much exercise and sleep you're getting. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Sharon Profis looks at three new wearable trackers, including one that costs only $12 dollars.
[MUSIC] The Pivotal Tracker 1 is the most affordable fitness tracker we've tested yet. For just $12, the basic wristband tracked steps, distance travelled, calories burned and sleep Sometimes the distance tracking is off, but at just $12 dollars, it's the best price for those looking to give fitness tracking a try. Job owns up 24 tracks everything you would expect, like steps, sleep, distance, and calories burn, and lasts up to 14 days. You can set a silent alarm that vibrates to wake you up in the morning, and reminds you to get up and move throughout the day. It's also waterproof and is available for $130 dollars. For serious fitness types Polar's M400 has all the usual tracking plus GPS. So you can get an accurate reading of your distance and pace. Sleep tracking is automatic, it supports wireless heart rate monitors and it's waterproof. That starts at $200. In San Francisco, I'm Sharon Profis, CNET.com for CBS News. [MUSIC]