What do you get when you combine people’s love for personal data and a desire to get fit? An influx of wearable tech! With fitness trackers being launched by big names such as Nike as well as smaller companies, these watch your every movement – from the steps you take, the food you eat to the sleep you get. Or not get. Are they a way to prompt you into swapping chocolate cake for raw cacao balls or to swap a night in with Netflix for a run around the park? We’ll get onto that later when we review each one.
If you’re at the stage where you’re thinking about getting your first fitness tracker, read this first. Work out which one is right for you before you spend the money.
Here we have our Fitness Tracker Comparison 2014:
Is there a tracker we’ve missed? One that you can’t live without? Perhaps you’re thinking about getting one – what’s the most important feature for you? Perhaps you’ve got one already but covet another? Or you’re waiting for a specific one to come out. Maybe you invested in the successfully backed Lumafit project on Kickstarter?