Top 16+ of the best Smartbands Smart Bracelets for Android and iPhone.

8Polar M430

The Polar M430 has many things in its favor, including GPS, a heart rate monitor and sleep tracking skills, along with good battery life. For the most part it is also reliable and accurate, which is something that not all fitness trackers can claim.

The M430 is designed primarily for runners, and can monitor their pace, distance, speed and cadence, but with all the above, plus the daily general tracking of the activity, is a good option to track most types of exercise and activity .

Taking into account all the technology included, the Polar M430 also has a reasonable price. It is not the best looking fitness tracker, but it is comfortable and functional.

Characteristics :

Display: Yes, Monochrome | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Water resistant: Yes | Activity tracking: yes | GPS: Yes | Battery life: 20 days | Compatibility: Android / iOS


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9Garmin Vivosmart 3

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

With a six-day battery life, a heart rate monitor and the age 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 abandoned the function and it is a great pity for anyone who wants to run this clock.

Even so, you should definitely consider the Garmin Vivosmart 3, especially if you are looking for a band that can track high quality fitness with a battery for almost a week.

Characteristics:

Display: Yes, Monochrome | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Water resistant: water resistant | Activity tracking: yes | GPS: No | Battery life: 6 days | Compatibility: Android / iOS


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10Fitbit Charge 2

The Fitbit Charge 2 is the best Fitbit tracker you can buy 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 have only seen previously in the Fitbit Blaze.

It may not be the cheapest device on the list, but this is the best Fitbit tracker that can be purchased.

Characteristics:

Display: Yes | Heart rate tracker: Yes | Waterproof: No | Activity tracking: yes | GPS: Yes, over the phone | Battery life: 4 days | Compatibility: Android / iOS / Windows


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11Nokia Steel HR

We have always had plenty of time for Steel HR, since it was first built with the Withings brand, relaunched under Nokia, and now, presumably, it will change again after the recent buyback of the Withings co-founder.

In regards to the device itself, the key issue here is the accuracy of the heart rate monitor, which in our tests was the best performance. It is designed for 24/7 wear, and will take a reading of your wrist every minute. But the fact that it is combined in such a beautifully designed watch and still achieved 25 days of battery life is a great help for Nokia.

Swimming tracking is not as spectacular, and there is no GPS, although you can try it to get credit for your efforts through the heart rate monitor, with a rough estimate of your distance.

The Nokia Health ecosystem is quite robust, too, although it is not up to Fitbit levels. But, in summary, the Nokia Steel HR is an excellent fitness tracker. As we say, just keep in mind that this is probably not a Nokia device for much longer, now that the digital health arm of the company is closing.

Characteristics:

- Automatic detection of exercise
- Continuous monitoring of heart rate
- Dedicated to running and swimming
- Battery life of 25 days
- iOS and Android


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12Garmin Vivomove HR

Garmin Vivomove HR is a powerful exercise tracker hidden inside a decent-looking analog clock. While it does not seem as classic as the Nokia Steel HR, the hidden screen works better on Garmin, and smart notifications are much easier to read.

In terms of follow-up, the heart rate monitor is very good, offering 24/7 follow-up, a focus on stress through heart rate variability (HRV) and monitoring heart rate at rest.

You can also track races (although without GPS), strength training and open sessions, which will attract the assistants to the gym. In addition, they can all be behind the 14-day battery life and water resistance of 5ATM (up to 50m), which makes it a winner in our eyes.

Characteristics:

- Heart rate 24/7
- Hidden screen
- Tracking stress
- 50 m water resistance
- Tracks gym workouts
- Battery 14 days


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13Misfit Ray

Smart, you can choose the Misfit Ray fitness tracker for less than $ 50, so it's a bargain.

The Misfit Ray offers steps and sleep tracking, all within the smooth and clean application of Misfit, and will alert users to messages and calls from a paired smartphone. You can also add advanced swim tracking, but that requires a $ 10 purchase in the application to make Ray more pool friendly.

In regards to activity tracking, Ray will count your steps, measure the distance traveled and calculate the calories burned through a 3-axis accelerometer, in addition to tracking activities such as cycling, yoga and dancing. There is no heart rate here, however, nor GPS.

- Step and follow-up of the dream
- 50 m of water resistance
- Battery life of six months
- Basic notifications
- iOS and Android


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14Misfit Shine 2

It is shipped with a clip and strap, and you can change the settings to attach it to shirts, belts, shoes and pockets.

But where Shine 2 really impresses is the accuracy of the data. When we placed the Shine 2 against a clock that works with GPS, there was a difference of 0.1 km in the readings, and the same applies to the step and suspension data. It works in the group and can track basic swimming, the only drawback is that there is no heart rate tracking. If you can live without that characteristic, it's worth considering.

- Step tracking
- It works like a clip in
- Sleep monitoring
- Swim tracking and water resistance 5ATM
- Battery life of six months
- iOS and Android


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