A fitness tracker can help you monitor your steps, heart rate, sleep, and more. The latest fitness trackers with their superb design, compatibility, convenient features, and functionality, are attracting more and more women. These trackers feature slim, lighter and well-rounded design, affordable price, and offers some female-friendly features. Below is a list of the 5 best fitness trackers and smartwatches for women in 2020.
Vivoactive 4 is Garmin’s all-purpose smartwatch. It comes in two sizes: a 45mm stainless steel model and a 40mm model for small wrists (4S), reports GadgetsAndWearables. Features include fitness tracking essentials, as well as NFC for on-the-go payments, music storage and built-in GPS. The Pulse Ox sensor gauges your blood oxygen saturation during the day and as you sleep to show how well your body is absorbing oxygen. Find out if you’re having a calm, balanced or stressful day. Relax reminders will even prompt you to do a short breathing activity when you’re feeling stressed. For menstrual cycle tracking, use the Garmin Connect app to track your cycle, log physical and emotional symptoms and learn about training and nutrition during each phase of your cycle. Even get cycle tracking information on your wrist.
Bellabeat, a wellness-oriented outfit dedicated to creating attractive connected wearables for women, has introduced a smart piece of jewelry is designed to track your health. The wearable, called Leaf Chakra, features the added power of healing crystals. Leaf Chakra was created to highlight the importance of personal wellness and to help reaffirm the user’s connection with the Earth and his or her chakra energy through the healing powers of gemstones and crystals. Chakras are the body’s specific energy centers. The concept is found in the early traditions of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. There are seven chakras in the human body. Each energy center serves a specific purpose such as managing emotional well-being or building resistance to disease.
Casio G-Shock unveiled its latest S Series collection of smartwatches for women’s fitness and lifestyle. Inspired by the pastel colors of spring, the watches come in pink and gold accents just in time for the season. The four new timepieces offer a new take on two of the most popular S Series silhouettes, the GMAS120 and GMAS130. The GMAS130 features step tracking, which provides an achievement indicator percentage, an activity graph of the last five hours, and a non-active alert, allowing users to easily assess their progress throughout the day. The GMAS120 lifestyle models also boast top-line features including magnetic resistance and a speed indicator. All of the models come equipped with G-SHOCK technology.
With the repurchase of Nokia in 2018, Withings has reappeared with a new look, increased focus on connected health, and the first new product under its original brand name. The company’s Steel HR Sport is a multisport hybrid smartwatch with heart rate monitoring, connected GPS tracking and fitness level analysis – an estimate of maximum oxygen intake during running workouts. With an unprecedented battery life of 25 days, the device complements the Withings networked healthcare device portfolio, which includes activity trackers, sphygmomanometers, smart scales, thermometers, and sleep monitoring systems.
Fitbit’s Charge 4 is the company’s most advanced health & fitness tracker with built-in GPS, heart rate tracker, SpO2, active zone minutes, Spotify, Sleep tools, Fitbit Pay and more. Paired with essential smart features and up to seven days of battery life in a sleek, swimproof design – the Charge 4 comes at an approachable price. The onboard GPS enables you to track your pace and distance during cycling, jogs and other outdoor activities without being tethered to a smartphone. After completing a GPS-enabled workout, sync your device for a GPS-powered heat map in the Fitbit app where you can see your workout intensity, based on your different heart rate zones along your route, to help you visualize and improve how you are performing against different terrain.