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My thoughts on the top 5 best fitness trackers on the market in early 2016. I discuss the various advantages and disadvantages of each product and give my opinion on what is the best activity tracker available today. If you’re looking for a fitbit review (fit bit review) I’ve done plenty of those as well as Garmin reviews and Garmin running watch review. Also, below are some links to my individual reviews that you might find helpful. I do plenty of fitness tracker reviews and activity tracker reviews but I was overdue for this video. Hope you enjoy!!
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Polar A360 bottom line
All that being said, the A360 is a quality product, but if you’re primarily wanting a fitness tracker which can track multiple workouts and convey mobile warnings, the Garmin Vivosmart HR is the more sensible choice at for less money.
Simple-to-customize design with exchangeable bands.
Device and app recommend ways to help you accomplish your daily goal.
Heart rate monitor is reasonably exact; you can connect to a Polar H7 chest strap in addition.
Cannot read whole mobile notifies on the screen.
Small charging port cover goes missing quite easily/
App has issues when synchronizing via Bluetooth.
$199 is slightly high, particularly as compared to its competitors.
That small plastic-made flap masking the charging port is the most frustrating thing to deal with when you simply want to charge your tracker.