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This ac­tiv­ity-track­ing wrist­band is backed up with a free app that makes the most of its abil­ity to track steps taken, calo­ries burned, dis­tance trav­eled, min­utes ac­tive, hours slept and qual­ity of sleep.

Real-time up­dates mean you can in­stantly see your progress on your smart­phone (Ap­ple and se­lect An­droid mod­els). Al­ter­na­tively, spend $65 a year for a pre­mium ser­vice that acts as your vir­tual per­sonal trainer, nu­tri­tion­ist and sleep con­sul­tant – set­ting per­son­al­ized plans to help you reach your goals and track any­thing and ev­ery­thing.

The app also works with Fit­bit Aria smart scales ($163) and you can share or com­pete with the Fit­bit com­mu­nity. Also look out for the Fit­bit Force, set to launch im­mi­nently, a sim­i­lar wrist­band but with a small, bright OLED dis­play to tell the time, dis­tance moved, steps, calo­ries burnt and more.

10. BA­SIS B1


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