Gift Guide: How To Pick The Right Fitness Tracker - Yahoo News

December 16, 2014

Perhaps that's a heart-rate monitor to gauge the intensity of your workouts. Withings' Pulse O2 ($120) also measures blood-oxygen levels, which the company says could be useful if you're training at high altitudes. A device that offers message notifications might be overkill. You're better off with something that's great at a few things rather than mediocre at several things. If you need notifications, get a separate workout smartwatch. Plus, many fitness trackers are meant to be worn around the clock, and those that offer extensive notifications tend to be bigger because they need bigger displays.
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