Best fitness tracker band arrives as Fitbit Force

Nike has the FuelBand SE and now Adidas has a new smartwatch, but Fitbit offers a variety of wearable fitness solutions at more reasonable prices. The latest is the Fitbit Force and has been on the market for little over a week, but what makes this device stand out over the others on the market is how it makes them look dated.

The Force is not one device, but rather several, as it mixes smartwatch, fitness and watch features. If you are on the lookout for a wearable device that allows you to keep track of your fitness and displays your stats on an OLED display, then the Fitbit force is for you.

We’ve seen plenty of Fitbit Force reviews already, and there is a general consensus that this is the best fitness tracker band. However, you can only purchase it on the Fitbit website, but Best Buy and Target will start stocking them over the coming weeks. We have to warn that shipping takes 4-6 weeks.

What makes this so special?
Firstly, this is the first fitness tracker to wear on your wrist to come with an OLED screen, which we know offers increased battery life over an LCD. Next is the display itself, as this means you no longer have to rely on an app to access your fitness statistics.

Some of you might not be convinced over the overall Fitbit Force design, but it is what’s on the inside that counts. It is for this reason why the Force stands out against the competition.

There are four main features with this device, track your daily activity and sleep, wireless and automatic syncing, real-time progress and the chance to beat your goals.

The Fitbit Force price is just $129.95, which is $20 cheaper than the Nike Fuelband SE.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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