Fitness track­ers

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SAM­SUNG GEAR FIT2

www.sam­sung.com PRICE $289 The Fit2 is a game-chang­ing fitness tracker. It looks ace, with a colour touch­screen, but here’s the best bit: it has ac­tiv­ity tracker and sport­watch abil­i­ties, by­pass­ing the need to have a phone on you al­to­gether. T3 SAYS The first true smart fitness tracker.

MI­CROSOFT BAND 2

www.mi­crosoft.com PRICE $289.99 Packed with high-end fea­tures for ac­tiv­ity and sleep track­ing, with an op­ti­cal HR mon­i­tor, 11 sen­sors – in­clud­ing GPS and a barom­e­ter – and a bril­liant AMOLED screen. T3 SAYS The ul­ti­mate couch-to-5Kfin­ish­ing-line fitness band.

JAW­BONE UP2

www.jaw­bone.com PRICE FROM $116 Dis­creet de­sign, bat­tery life that will al­most get you through a week, and smart coach­ing that gen­tly prompts you to bet­ter your­self with­out be­ing an­noy­ing. T3 SAYS Easy-to-use tracker that’s com­fort­able and af­ford­able.

GARMIN VIVOMOVE

www.garmin.com/en-au PRICE FROM $199 Pair­ing clas­sic looks with fitness-track­ing cre­den­tials, the Vivomove will suit you for work and gym, with a dial for steps and sub­tle white bar for progress no­ti­fi­ca­tions. T3 SAYS No phone no­ti­fi­ca­tions but you get great looks and ba­sic fitness track­ing.

GARMIN FENIX 3HR

www.garmin.com/en-au PRICE FROM $698 Ac­tiv­ity tracker, smart­watch, GPS watch: the Fenix 3 does it all, with rugged and classy looks. The clear, colour screen is also sub­lime, and bat­tery life is spec­tac­u­lar. T3 SAYS This is a lot of money, but you’re get­ting the best GPS sports watch there is.

FIT­BIT BLAZE

www.fit­bit.com/au PRICE $329.95 Though it’s lack­ing GPS, Fit­bit’s lat­est ‘smart fitness watch’ is fea­ture-packed and at­trac­tive, while hav­ing a great screen and a smart­watch-bust­ing five-day bat­tery. T3 SAYS A great wear­able that strad­dles the smart­watch/fitness-tracker di­vide.

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