Rebecca Khan

Activity Trackers, Outdoor, Smart Devices

The Best Fitness Trackers Of 2019

There is a fitness tracker among everyone’s hardware these days. It then becomes quite hard to choose. A good choice depends on what works best for your most-indulged activity. A multitasker will give you plenty of options. Your choice can also depend on the buoyancy of your bank account.

On the basis of activity and several other parameters, these are the premium fitness trackers for 2019.


  • Fitbit Charge 3

The Fitbit Charge 3 is not radically different from its predecessor, the Fitbit Charge 2. There are however, plenty of tiny tweaks to justify a purchase.

The screen is crisp, and it offers a long battery life. This update comes with superior heart rate and SpO2 sensors. If you like water, the Fitbit Charge 3 is safe for swimming, and NFC payments are available on the Special Edition.

Phone notifications are also more informative, making it a great fit for casual users. It will only set back your bank balance by $150.

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  • Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music

While the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music have the best features from running watches and fitness trackers into one timepiece you use in various situations, you probably need to own it to really know it.

The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music succeeds the Garmin Vivoactive 3, and offers more storage for music and audio files you can listen to using Bluetooth headphones. It’s a veritable do-all, able to hold around 500 songs locally.

You can measure sleep, steps, stairs, and continuous heart rate with the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music. This is in addition to advanced fitness metrics such as fitness age, stress, and VO2 max.

It also comes with smartwatch features and contactless payments, however, the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music can only reply messages when paired with Android. It does not feature women’s health tracking, raising questions about its marketing potential. Save $300 for this beauty.

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  • Apple Watch Series 4

When we talk Apple, we certainly talk quality. The Apple Watch Series 4 delivers top-of-the-range smartwatch experience, in addition to more advanced apps and health features than other fitness trackers.

So, there’s a large screen and good call quality on the Apple Watch Series 4. It also offers ECG capability and fall detection. The new WatchOS 5 blesses this fitness tracker with numerous improvements. Best of all, it is a vintage Apple-stylish.

It’s not all roses with the Apple Watch Series 4 though. It is still expensive ($399), and battery life continues to be a challenge. It also lacks built-in sleep tracking.

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  • Fitbit Inspire HR

As the undisputed leader in the fitness tracking business, Fitbit continues to churn out products to suit every style and pocket. Enter the Fitbit Inspire HR, replacing the Alta and the Alta HR. With its lightweight, stylish design, it is an excellent option for accurate fitness tracking.

It offers sleek smartphone notifications, and plenty of other functionality for a great $100 price.

The only downside to the Fitbit Inspire is its tiny display, which makes one wonder why the bezel is so thick. But, if you want all the basic fitness tracker features for an affordable price, do not hesitate to get your own easy-to-use Fitbit Inspire HR fitness tracker.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Fit

Another excellent fitness tracker for the $100 price point is the Samsung Galaxy Fit. The Korean appears to be experimenting with affordability with this fitness tracker. Nonetheless, the heart rate monitoring and general fitness tracking are top-notch accurate.

The display is crisp – really sharp – and big, unlike the Fitbit HR Inspire. Surprisingly, the Samsung Galaxy Fit has an impressive battery life. Then a really simple interface is sure to win many hearts over. The feels really light to wear and offers smartphone notifications.

That said, the Samsung Galaxy Fit can feel quite big for small wrists. It has a thick bezel like the Fitbit HR Inspire, and requires two apps.

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Pheew! There you have it, the best fitness trackers of 2019. Choosing shouldn’t be that hard anymore.