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Garmin Forerunner 235

What is the Garmin Forerunner 235? Well, it's the Garmin Forerunner 230 that we all know and love... re-imagined! Quite simply, if you got on well enough with the 230 you're probably going to get along just fine with the 235. They are essentially the...
74%

Fitbit Ionic

The new Fitbit Ionic is being hailed as the brand's first venture into smartwatches. It's very nice of people to say, but it's entirely untrue! Have we all forgotten about the Fitbit Blaze? Yes, the Blaze failed extraordinarily as a smartwatch (to be...
89%

Garmin Vivoactive HR

Garmin have introduced the new Vivoactive HR, which is designed to add to the existing features in the original Vivoactive and address some of the issues with the original, like its style and its lag. And it comes with a built in optical heart rate monitor,...
76%

Garmin Vivosmart HR+

Never in a million years did I think I'd be sitting down and writing this review right now. The Vivosmart HR was only just launched last year, and here I am just a few months later talking about the HR+. What's going on? To put it bluntly, Garmin got it...
85%

Fitbit Flex 2

I've been waiting so long to say this so I'm just going to get it out there - there's a new WATERPROOF fitbit! When the Surge came out, I was hopeful. When the Blaze came out, I was was hopeful. When the Alta came out... well, I wasn't really...
84%

Fitbit Charge 2

For those that bought either the Fitbit Charge or Fitbit Charge HR when they came out nearly two years ago (and chances are you did), the timing of the Fitbit Charge 2 release couldn't be better. Your straps are probably getting warn, the casing is...
76%

Fitbit Alta

Okay, let's be honest. Wearing an activity tracker on your wrist is never going to be particularly fashion forward. But the good news is that Fitbit definitely seem to be moving away from their original big, clunky trackers (that practically screamed...
77%

Fitbit Blaze

Smartwatch? Activity Tracker? Sports Watch? It's getting harder and harder to categorise wearables in 2016 and the Fitbit Blaze (on surface at least) is no exception (#firstworldbloggerproblems). Whether you consider the Blaze a pimped-up Charge HR or...
86%

Garmin Vivoactive

Over the past couple of years wearable technology has come a long way - activity trackers and smartwatches becoming ever more similar, frequently merging together. The Garmin Vivoactive is another highpoint on the road to techy fitness nirvana. Although...
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Jawbone UP3

The Jawbone UP3 isn't saucy, ugly, innovative or risky. It's sexy yet staid, fashionable yet conventional. It'll suit some people down to the ground, but others are best advised to look elsewhere for their activity tracker. The UP3 has pretensions to...