The Misfit Vapor adds a glowing screen and stand-alone functions, plus music. But is that enough?
If you’re looking for a way to get subtle phone alerts on your wrist without busting the budget, it’s hard to top the Martian Notifier.
The Puls smartband bundles built-in ceullar connectivity with a fashion-concious design.
A simple design and a $60 price for Misfit's latest fitness tracker.
The Shine 2 is a decent fitness tracker that's waterproof and vibrates, dogged by a fatal flaw: it just won't stay on our wrist.
The 44mm Misfit Vapor splits into 41mm and 46mm for the Vapor 2.
How many watches that track fitness will hit the market over the next few months?
Measuring your foot's pressure, not its step count, is how Samsung spinoff Iofit wants to help improve your training workout or game of golf.
The Lumo Lift offers a fresh alternative to other fitness trackers, but its limited features will disappoint anyone who wants to track multiple metrics.
While you won't find any advanced features in it, the affordability of the Pivotal Tracker 1 makes it a low risk tracker for newcomers interested in the wearable market.
The MilestonePod is a good, cheap option for beginners to track pace, distance and other running metrics.
Samsung's cellular-enabled smartwatch adds some interesting features to the Gear S2, but it's just not easy or useful enough to justify the extra expense.
The Kreyos tracks your activities, is water-resistant, and has speakerphone capabilities and a snap-out design -- what can't it do?
The Skulpt Aim is a new kind of tracker that wants to take the hassle out of measuring your muscles.
Acer's Liquid Leap+ will track your daily activities and alert you to notifications from your iPhone, Android device or Windows Phone. We saw it at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The SmartBand Talk's screen, waterproof design and ability to show your incoming notifications make it a useful piece of tech to wear, even if you're not fussed about keeping track of your activity during the day.
The $199 Basis Band offers a powerful mix of sensors and motivational tools, but pass if you'd rather spend less on a fitness tracker or aren't partial to big, watch-style designs.
Despite some smart features, the Basis Peak is a fitness watch that's impressively automatic but too limited and unfinished to feel like a truly great product.