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Fitness Tracker Reviews

Look, we’re not going to bug you to get fit. That’s the job of a fitness tracker. Wrist-based wearables that track fitness stats are popular, and for pretty good reason: they help fitness-focused individuals chart a path to their best selves. The best fitness tracker should look good, operate as intended, and minimize false readings during workouts. We’re always testing the latest from Garmin, Fitbit, Polar, and more to find the next best fitness tracker for you.

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The best fitness trackers to buy right now

From simple fitness bands and rugged sports watches to rings, these are the best trackers you can get.

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Garmin Venu 3S review: right features, wrong price

While the Venu 3 series ticks off a lot of the right boxes, it’s a little pricey considering the competition. But at least you’ll finally get credit for your naps.

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Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2 review: small but smart improvements

Iterative updates aren’t flashy, but these smartwatches are mainly for folks who don’t have Apple Watches yet.

Where have all the fitness bands gone?

Smartwatches are the default wearable option these days, but why is it so hard to find simple yet affordable alternatives like the fitness bands of yesteryear?

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 series review: refined, but not revolutionary

Samsung focuses on refining a tried-and-true formula, but how much longer can it afford to coast?

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro review: sometimes bigger is better

At least in terms of reading and battery life

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 review: if it only had a better battery

It’s the best Android smartwatch you can get... for now

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Whistle Health review: for anxious pet parents only

Do I need this data? No, but it’s nice to have

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Coros Vertix 2 review: a work in progress

This behemoth of a GPS watch has a few things to iron out

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Aura Strap 2 review: context — you love to see it

Finally, a body composition gadget that won’t tell you to just lose weight