Fitbit Zip

Fitbit Zip is not a wristband-type device, and for many users, this may be its biggest advantage. If you already use Smart Watch and do not want to look like a Christmas tree, this small device can be attached anywhere or just tossed it into your pocket would be a good choice for you. Zip is the cheapest tacker from Fitbit. Despite the fact that it costs less than $50, it has all the basic features for this class of devices and exactly doing what it should.

Pros

• Price
• Good support for users on the part of Fitbit
• Small size
• Can be worn "in the pocket"
• Long battery life
• Compatible with multiple systems and devices

Cons

• Inability to swim with the device
• A limited number of functions
• It sometimes falls out of the rubber housing and it can be lost

Fitbit One

Fitbit One is fitness tracker inside a clip, which is the biggest advantage for many users who dislike wristbands. Despite the fact that it costs less than $100, it has features available for similar devices of the wristband type.

Pros

• Price
• Good support for users on the part of Fitbit
• Compatible with multiple systems and devices
• Can be worn "in the pocket"

Cons

• Inability to swim with the device
• A limited number of functions
• Driving car count as steps

Fitbit Flex

Fitbit Flex is a fitness wristband for active people. Through its many sensors, it analyses your daily activity and notifies you of the achievement of its objectives. Thanks to the numerous sensors, applications and compatibility with multiple devices it is one of the most versatile trackers in price to $90

Pros

• Price
• Design
• Good support for users on the part of Fitbit
• Compatible with multiple systems and devices

Cons

• Inability to swim with the device
• Short battery life
• No display of information
• Lacks a watch

Fitbit Charge

Fitbit Charge is a wristband for active people, also acting as a smart watch. Through its many sensors, it analyzes your daily activity and notifies you regarding the achievement of its objectives. Thanks to the sensors, numerous applications and compatibility with multiple devices it is one of the most versatile devices. Its price is around $125.

Pros

• Design
• Good support for users on the part of Fitbit
• Compatible with multiple systems and devices

Cons

• Too small display
• Inability to swim with the device
• No belt replacement.
• Short battery life

Fitbit Charge HR

Fitbit HR Charge is a wristband for active people who care about their health and also serves as a smart watch. It analyzes your hourly activity and informs you about the achievement of its objectives. Thanks to the sensors in the sensor HR, numerous applications, and compatibility with multiple devices. Fitbit HR Charge is one of the most versatile machines in price of $150.

Pros

• HR Monitor
• Design
• Good support for users on the part of Fitbit
• Compatible with multiple systems and devices

Cons

• Too small display
• Inability to swim with the device
• No belt replacement. • Short battery life

Fitbit Surge

Fitbit Surge is no ordinary fitness wristband but is an intelligent Fitness Superwatch for active people. Just in the era of ubiquitous, cheap smart watches, a simple wristband is not enough. In addition to the number of steps, distance and time spent actively we expect from these devices much more. Hence, we are given a new model Fitbit Surge. Thanks to the modifications and numerous sensors is the most promising model on the market, which also takes competition with smartwatches. This model is available for less than $250. Let's start with the specification.

Pros

• HR Monitor
• Touch screen
• Good support for users on the part of Fitbit
• Compatible with multiple systems and devices

Cons

• Inability to swim with the device

Garmin Vivofit

Vivofit is another Garmin product developed for active people. A characteristic feature of this company is to care about the aesthetics of your product and available on the market with a huge number of interchangeable bands allowing you to customize the look of your device to your liking. Vivofit is available in a version without the optional HR priced at less than $80 and the version of HR monitor for less than $110.

Pros

• Price
• Design; there are bands of independent designers
• Long battery life
• Waterproof
• Work with HR sensor available in the extended package
• Compatible with multiple devices running iOS or Android
• Available for Developers Connect IQ Platform

Cons

• A limited number of functions
• No backlighting

Garmin Vivofit 2

Vivofit 2 is a continuation of the previous model Vivofit. Garmin traditionally took care of the aesthetics of their product so that a huge number of bands available to the remarkable distinctive patterns and style. Compared to its predecessor, it has been enriched with backlight, allowing you to use it in dark. Also, an audible alarm has been added forcing us to be active. Vivofit 2 is available for under $100 version with HR and priced at around $180 with additional HR.

Pros

• Design; there are bands of independent designers
• Long battery life
• Waterproof
• Work with HR sensor available in the extended package
• Compatible with multiple devices running iOS or Android
• Available for Developers Connect IQ Platform

Cons

• A limited number of functions

Garmin Vivosmart

Vivosmart is another Garmin product that looks very good and really smart. The black armband with silver clasp will fit sports T-shirt and an elegant evening suit. As to the number of sensors and features is currently one of the most advanced products in the market. Vivosmart can be purchased for less than $150

Pros

• Design
• Waterproof
• A large number of functions
• Work with HR sensor available in the extended package
• Compatible with multiple devices running iOS or Android
• Available for Developers Connect IQ Platform

Cons

• Short battery life

Garmin Vivoactive

Garmin Vivoactive is Smart Watch with color touch screen. High-resolution screen is used for this type of device as much as 205 × 148 pixels is well readable even in direct sunlight. The device has a GPS and a number of additional athletic applications track our activity in various sport and recreation. This is an extremely versatile device can be purchased for less than $300 with the HR monitor or below $250 without sensor HR.

Pros

• Design
• Waterproof
• A huge number of functions
• Work with HR sensor available in the extended package
• Compatible with multiple devices running iOS or Android
• Available for Developers Connect IQ Platform

Cons

• Short battery life in activity mode tracking GPS-enabled mode
• Price

JAWBONE Up Move

If you are adventurous and have an active lifestyle then you must consider buying Jawbone UP Move. Jawbone UP Move is a fitness tracker for active people costing only $50. It's the cheapest currently on offer Jawbone device. Through its sensors analyses your activity during the day and during sleep. Then, through a combination of application on your smartphone, you will receive information as much as you moved, how you sleep, whether you eat properly, and if you achieve the goals that you enter.

Pros

• Price
• Small size
• Can be worn on your belt or "in the pocket"
• Long battery life
• Compatible with multiple systems and devices
• Works with many applications

Cons

• Inability to swim with the device
• No display of information
• A limited number of functions

JAWBONE UP2

Jawbone UP2 is the newest wristband based on the previous model UP24. Since that time, Jawbone has consolidated its nomenclature and new models are called UP2, UP3, and UP4. Latest UP2 band has all the features of its predecessor U24. The biggest change occurred in the appearance of the band, which is considerably smaller than its predecessor is, and its style has been adapted to the new style of other bands proposed by Jawbone. The good news is that although the new band starting price was higher, now it is below $100. It also forced the price drop of the old bands, which can now be purchased for under $80.

Pros

• Price
• Design
• Compatible with multiple systems and devices
• Works with many applications

Cons

• Inability to swim with the device
• No display of information
• Short battery life

JAWBONE UP3

Jawbone UP3 is the newest line of bands from the company jawbone. Compared to the UP2 band has been enriched with several new sensors and functions of which the most useful is Heart Health Monitoring. However, these modifications affected the price UP3 that is about $180.

Pros

• Price
• Design
• Compatible with multiple systems and devices
• HR monitoring
• Works with lots of applications

Cons

• Inability to swim with the device
• No display of information
• Short battery life

Nike+ FuelBand SE

Nike + FuelBand SE is a new version of the band that launched the world's fashion for "wearable" device.
New NFB has all the previous functions of the previous bands but compared to the previous version thanks to new software get better counting points in Nike Fuel and easier access to watch obtain information about the time when you double click a button. However, users of the first version of the band have not been abandoned by Nike and everyone can update the software for your gadget. For less than $150, you can buy a really useful device for active people. But if you have a previous version of this device, it's better to bring forth the money for something else.

Pros

• Price
• Simple and minimalist design - Apple Style

Cons

• Inability to swim with the device
• A new version of the band SE introduces a few new, better update the old FuelBand
• Short battery life
• No application for Android

bodybugg

Bodybugg gained its popularity thanks to NBC's "The Biggest Loser" and the TV show "The Doctors.” The device was advertised in the New York Times, the New York Post, and the Houston Chronicle as a device that easily allows you to manage your food intake and calories burned. By purchasing this device, you gain the ability to you call to your personal trainer and access to the page with your daily results. Unfortunately, all this will require an extra weekly or monthly fee. And in fact, on this I should complete their review :(

Pros

• Device from NBC's "The Biggest Loser" and the TV show "The Doctors"

Cons

• You could have allergic problems with nickel in the plate that touches your skin
• Expensive monthly membership fee
• No display
• The system freezes many times, especially with Google Chrome
• Poor customer service
• Short battery life
• Inability to swim with the device

Polar Loop

Misfit Shine

Misfit Shine is not a typical fitness tracker; it stands out from the crowd of similar products. Behind this project stands John Sculley founder of Misfit, whom we know as the head of Apple through the years 1983-1993.
As a result, it is a beautifully crafted device, designed for all who want to enjoy lucid information, based on information obtained though workout. You can wear it as a typical sport but also as a wristband or necklace clasp. The basic version can be bought for under $100

Pros

• Price
• Design
• Long battery life
• Interoperability with many applications
• Waterproof, you can swim with the device

Cons

• No screen

iFit Act

Basis Peak

The company Basis being under the wings of Intel launched the SmartWatch basis peak. The watch consists of a disc and two-piece removable strap available in different colors. The device is available at a price below $200.

Pros

• Design
• Monitor HR
• Touch screen
• A large number of additional features
• Compatible with many programs

Cons

• Short battery life
• Inadequate recognition of certain activities

Samsung Gear Fit