Best fitness tracker in India: The top activity bands in 2018

The entire catalog of technological products focused on physical exercise has had an immense demand in recent years, but the most sought after way to follow their daily activities seems to be the fitness bands. In India, we have exercise bands ranging from Rs 500 to Rs 30,000 and the market for such products is growing.

While brands like Xiaomi have some reliable products like My Band at incredibly low prices, the segment is still dominated by well-known names like Garmin, Fitbit and TomTom.

A physical activity tracker is the best way to control your health and activity without paying too much attention. You can constantly measure your vital signs, sleep quality and step count without effort and accuracy. The differentiating factor that is used to judge an exercise band is its accuracy and usability.

In India, the fitness band market is full of amazing devices, where almost everyone can do a good job of tracking basic activities. But we are only interested in the best, and here are the best fitness bands for your fitness needs.

We're not going to look at smart watches here, but even so, if you're interested in any of them, check out our best smartwatch guide for that, which includes Apple Watch 3, LG Watch Style and Samsung Gear S3.

1. Moov Now screen

: No | Heart Rate Tracker: No | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes, over the phone | Battery life: Six months | Compatibility: Android / iOS

Great battery life

Lightweight

Limited features

Without display

The Moov Now is our favorite fitness band in the world in this moment. The best part is the price, which justifies the quality and functions it offers. It does not end there, as the band promises to offer a six-month battery.

In addition to sleep monitoring features, the light fitness band also comes with training based on boxing and a representative with a function dedicated to swimming as well as a basic register of sleep and steps.

One commitment you have to make is the GPS, but the price makes up for it.

Read the full review of Moov Now

2. Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro

Samsung takes a close second place

Display: Yes, AMOLED 1.5 inch | Heart Rate Tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes, over the phone | Battery life: 3 days | Compatibility: Android / iOS

Works on Android and iOS

Impressive value

Missing alarm function

Missing barometer

The Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro has not made any significant changes to the wearable line of the company since Gear Fit 2 but there are some improvements in a tracker that is already in second place.

The Gear Fit 2 Pro has a gorgeous design that looks great on your wrist and has a beautiful and beautiful AMOLED screen that lets you see all your clear and pleasant statistics.

It also comes with built-in GPS so you can leave your phone at home while running, as well as a top-notch heart rate sensor that should give you one of the most accurate readings possible from a wrist-based tracker . In addition, he will track your swimming too.

Read the full review of Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro

3. TomTom Spark 3

Music, tracking fitness and navigation on the wrist

Display: Yes, Monochrome | Heart Rate Tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes | Battery life: Two weeks | Compatibility: Android / iOS

Music without phone

GPS navigation

Maze-like menu system

Mediocre sound quality

The TomTom Spark 3 is the third best watch of fitness that is also one of the richest in batch characteristics. You can upload and listen to music directly from the watch, without asking for help from your smartphone. You just need to pair your watch with the compatible Bluetooth headset and go for a run.

Among the most impressive features include GPS tracking, heart rate monitor and route navigation, which makes it an excellent wrist companion when discovering new places.

Read the full list TomTom Spark 3 review

4. Huawei Band 2 Pro

A thin and capable notebook with impressive battery life

Display: Yes | Heart Rate Tracker: Yes | Waterproof: Yes | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes | Battery life: 21 days on standby | Compatibility: Android / iOS

Reasonable price

Accurate step count

Clunky application

Lacks innovative design

Huawei Band 2 Pro is a sleek little fitness tracker that It includes lots of features in its compact size and is reasonably pr
iced.

The Band 2 Pro has heart rate monitoring, VO2 max, GPS, step and sleep tracking and a really impressive battery life. The thin screen means that this tracker will work as well with the running equipment as it will with a business suit, although it will not be as easy to read as some of the competition.

So if you're on a look for a fitness device that promises accurate and precise metrics, then you may have to consider the above option, but your slim and compact body at this price is not for someone who wants to buy your first watch intelligent.

Read our review of Huawei Band 2 Pro

5. Garmin Vivosmart 3

Garmin loses the GPS but enters the fifth place

Display: Yes, Monochrome | Heart Rate Tracker: Yes | Water resistant: Water resistant | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No | Duration of the battery: 6 days | Compatibility: Android / iOS

Six-day battery life

GPS and heart rate monitor

Missing design

Data could have more depth

Fifth There is Garmin Vivosmart 3, which is on the more expensive side of the fitness trackers listed, but offers almost everything you want from an exercise tracker.

With a battery life of six days, a heart rate monitor and fitness function, this is a device created more for gymnasts than for runners.

The Vivosmart HR +, the device that Garmin launched before this tracker, comes with built-in GPS, but this new version has stopped working, which is a pity for anyone who wants to take this watch working.

Still, you should definitely consider the Garmin Vivosmart 3, especially if you're looking for a band that can track high-quality fitness with almost a week's battery.

Read the full list Garmin Vivosmart 3 review

6. Garmin Vivofit 3

Display: Yes, LCD | Heart Rate Tracker: No | Water resistant: Water resistant | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No | Battery life: 1 year | Compatibility: Android / iOS

Super long battery life

Always active display

No phone notifications

Not the most attractive tracker

The Garmin Vivofit 3 is one of the best fitness trackers that the company has created and that means it is on this prestigious list along with other fantastic tracking products.

We especially like the super-long battery life of the Vivofit 3, which means you will not need to recharge your device for an entire year.

Phone notifications will be lost by buying this tracker, but you will get the benefit of an always on screen and some excellent fitness tracking features.

Read the full list Garmin Vivofit 3 review

7. Fitbit Charge 2

The best money to track Fitbit can buy

Display: Yes | Heart Rate Tracker: Yes | Waterproof: No | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: Yes, over the phone | Duration of the battery: 4 days | Compatibility: Android / iOS / Windows

Large display

Comfortable strap

Limited telephone notifications

Without GPS

The Fitbit Charge 2 is the best Fitbit tracker you can buy at right now. It's more expensive than some of the other Fitbit options, but if you're looking to run, this is a great option that will not cost you as much as a traditional watch.

It connects to your phone's GPS, has a large screen to show your data, a heart rate tracker and new fitness features that we've only seen before in the Fitbit Blaze.

It may not be the cheapest device on the list, but this is the best Fitbit money tracker you can buy.

Read the full Fitbit Charge 2 review

8. Fitbit Blaze

A wearable solid, but it will not light the world

Display: Yes | Heart Rate Tracker: Yes | Waterproof: No | Activity tracking: Yes | GPS: No |
Battery life:
5 days | Compatibility: Android / iOS / Windows

Impressive battery life

Interesting fitness features

Missing notifications

Weird design does not fit all

Want a fitness tracker that looks? more like a clock? You probably like the Fitbit Blaze look: it's one of the best fitness watches on the planet.

Fitbit's first tracking watch is a weird-looking device, but it suits a lot of people and comes with automatic physical fitness tracking features that make it possible to jump to an exercise and wait for the results to arrive immediately. 19659002] With good battery life and a plethora of additional features compared to most other Fitbit devices, this may be the best tracker for you.

Read the full review of Fitbit Blaze