Jawbone Up24 is the most fashionable, lightweight and comfortable fitness tracking wearable you can buy, and it has a beautiful app to match. It is a system that takes a holistic approach to a healthy lifestyle. It works together with its companion app that show your data, allows you to add things like meals and mood, and convey insights that keep you moving forward. It is always connected, providing real-time feedback.

The bracelet itself sits somewhere between gadget and jewelry. The ribbed, rigid band comes in a number of colors. The UP’s battery is rated to last seven days.  Jawbone UP24 is water resistant. Its Compatible Devices are iPhone 4s and newer, iPod Touch 5th Gen and newer, iPad 3rd Gen and newer, iPad mini and newer, Select Android Devices and Android 4.3 and later.


The Vivofit is made up from a central module and the comfortable wristband in which it clips into and has and its always-on display. The Vivofit isn’t especially attractive, or even really designed. It’s just a small core that goes into a rubbery bracelet in a variety of colors, with a simple display that scrolls between the times. It tracks your activity level and assigns a personalized daily goal. It counts your steps, calories, distance; monitors sleep. It also gets paired with heart rate monitor¹ for fitness activities. It has 1+ year battery life and is also water-resistant.

It’s so easy to get started. After you are set up, access our free online community from your computer or on your compatible mobile device³ with the Garmin Connect™ Mobile app.


Misfit Wearable has grey, silver or black aluminium Shine is a mere 9g in weight and no bigger in diameter than an average coin. A coin-sized sensor developed to gather data on your activity, while also providing essential watch functions. You can unite it with any of your device via Bluetooth sync feature and then using its app you can keep record of your activities like running, cycling, and swimming and even of sleeping. All these data collected can help you being physically fit and stay away from diseases. You can set your goals using the Shine app and then the gadget will notify you whether you meet up your targets or not.


Fitbit’s Flex is a lot like the Up24, only a little more comfy, a little less eye-catching, and a lot less commanding.  The Fitbit Flex measures your total activity for every 24-hour period, including how much sleep you get at night. It also counts steps and miles traveled per day, computes the calories you burn, and with the website or mobile app. The Flex communicates through Bluetooth 4.0 to the Fitbit iOS and Android apps and wirelessly to the Fitbit Web Dashboard via a Mac or PC.

Setting up an account on both the Fitbit web Dashboard and the iPhone app was trouble-free and straightforward. After logging in we created a personal profile by entering our age, height, stride length, and running stride length.


Pulse O2 measures steps, distance, calories burned, elevation, sleep, heart rate, and blood-oxygen level.  The Pulse has its own LED display that shows steps taken, distance traveled, elevation climbed, estimated calories burned. It also tells the time, and can track sleep and read heart rate.The Pulse O2’s battery life is excellent and comparable to the Fitbit line of products. The Pulse O2 uses Bluetooth 4.0 to sync information to your account. On iOS, you’ll need at least iOS 5 and an iPhone 3GS or later, iPad, iPad mini, or third-generation or later iPod touch. Android devices running 2.3.3 or higher with Bluetooth are compatible as well.


Fitbit’s trackers are the first all day activity trackers to offer Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity, so you see your stats in real-time. The Fitbit One is basically the Zip plus some sleep-tracking capabilities. The One employs a MEMS 3-axis accelerometer that measures your motion patterns to record your calories burned, distance traveled, steps taken, and sleep quality. Its altimeter also measures stairs climbed. The battery lasts a minimum of ten days.


The Gear Fit has the looks of a Star Trek gadget, with a curved display and a compact, minimalist body. The Fit comes with a sporty, rubbery black band. The screen itself looks dazzling: a platform of what AMOLED technology is capable of with great contrast, deep blacks, well-off and saturated, eye-catching colors. It’s a cross-over between a smartwatch and a fitness tracker that shows you the the time, as well as track your steps.  It’s a fun, easy, simple device – but Nike seems to be getting out of the hardware business to focus on software.



Huawei Talkband B1’ ll measure your steps, tell you how many hours you sleep for, and approximate how many calories you burn each day. All that information is displayed on a 1.4-inch flexible AMOLED display, which is really easy to read but sticks awkwardly out of the band. The TalkBand B1 features a six-day battery life courtesy of the 90mAh juicer inside it and the low power display. It supports NFC for easy sync and pairing with devices, and you can pop-out the attached earpiece to talk.


The Nike+ FuelBand SE currently comes in all black, or black with an accent color—yellow, magenta-pink, and orange. They come in three sizes (S, M/L, XL), and helpful guidelines on Nike’s site steer you toward the right size based on height, weight, and sex. It’s a fun, easy, simple device – but Nike seems to be getting out of the hardware business to focus on software. The FuelBand SE is great, but it’s a lame duck fitness tracker.