Best smart band for your daily use

A fitness tracker is the best way to monitor your health and activity without having to pay too much attention to it. It can constantly measure your vitals, quality of sleep and step count effortlessly and accurately. The differentiating factor that's used to judge a fitness band is its accuracy and usability. The fitness band market is filled with amazing devices, where almost all of them can do a fair job tracking basic activities.

So, here is a list of the best smart band for your daily use.

Lenovo HX03F Spectra

The Lenovo HX03F Spectra is very affordable for the build quality and features it offers. The 0.96-inch display is bright and can be easily viewed under direct sunlight. Also, the touch response is quite fast. It has all the necessary sensors, including an optical heart rate sensor, which is rare at this price range. On top, it offers features like Multi-Master Interface switching, anti-sleep mode, and some innovative reminder types. It supports both iOS and Android, where it takes minimal time and effort to pair and sync.

Helo LX Plus Bundle

The HELO LX Plus wristband is a revolutionary product that is a first of its kind and is more than just a mere fitness wristband like Fitbit. Helo offers additional features that make it unique and not just monitors physical information but also features active sensors and stones that can accurately record human emotions, and also take an account of other activities such as fatigue levels, the quality of sleep, the blood pressure and even heart rate.

Moov Now

The Moov Now is our favorite fitness band in the world right now. The best part is the price, which justifies the quality and features it comes with. It doesn't end there, as the band promises to offer a six-month-long battery life. On top of sleep monitoring features, the lightweight fitness band also comes with boxing and rep-based training with a dedicated swimming feature on top of basic sleep and steps tracking.

Helo Colorband Kit

Helo Colorband Kit has a completely new design and brings new materials and new finishings but also introduces the new sensor sampling frequency at 125Hz instead of 35Hz like the previous model. This means more accuracy in measurements. The ECG plate on the bottom has been reduced and optimized and a new charger with a magnetic connection has been introduced.

Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro

The Gear Fit 2 Pro has a gorgeous design that looks fantastic on your wrist and it sports a big, beautiful AMOLED display which lets you see all of your stats nice and clear. It also comes with GPS built-in so you can leave your phone at home while you go for a run 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. Plus it will track your swimming too.

Huawei Band 2 Pro

The Band 2 Pro has heart rate monitoring, VO2 max, GPS, step and sleep tracking and seriously impressive battery life. The slim screen means that this tracker will work just as well with running gear as it will with a business suit, although it isn’t going to be as easy to read as some of the competition.

Garmin Vivosmart 3

The Vivosmart HR+, the device Garmin released before this tracker, came with GPS built-in but this newer version has dropped the feature, which is a shame for anyone who wanted to take this watch running. Even so, you should definitely consider the Garmin Vivosmart 3, especially if you're looking for a band that can do high-end fitness tracking with almost a week-long battery.

Xiaomi Mi Band 3

Mi Band 3 can do a lot considering how much it costs. It comes with a battery life that should last around a whole month depending on how much you'll be using it, and there is tons of fitness tech built-in. There's no GPS, but it comes with a heart rate monitor and tracking tech for your daily step and workouts too.

Amazfit Bip

The Amazfit Bip design has been influenced by the Apple Watch and it comes packed with tons of features including GPS, an accurate heart rate tracker, multi-sport tracking, sleep tracking and VO2 Max features too.

Jawbone UP3

The UP3 will track light, deep and REM sleep variations after automatically kicking into sleep mode as you nod off. It also tracks the resting heart rate, which can help to give a more accurate picture of health as it changes. There are plenty of colors and styles to pick from for your ideal model. Each features motion-sensing smarts to track steps, calories burned and various exercises automatically. But it’s the sleep tracking that Jawbone excels at.

Fitbit Alta HR

It's powerful. Heart rate monitoring steals the show and Fitbit really makes it count, with metrics for resting heart rate displayed alongside progress towards your daily step and sleep goals. The heart rate monitor also allows for a deeper understanding of your sleep, with Sleep Stages offering a glimpse of deep, light and REM sleep time and should help pick up periods of awake time too.


GOQii, India's largest preventive healthcare service now brings to you GOQii VITAL loaded with new features and one year warranty, to help kick-start an active lifestyle. It tracks your blood pressure, heart rate, exercise log, calories burned, steps covered, active hours and sleep patterns on an OLED color display. Blood Pressure Monitor measures your systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Roughly takes a minute to show BP.

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