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Best Fitness Trackers of 2017

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#6. Garmin Vivoactive HR

Garmin's Vivoactive HR is a versatile sports watch with built-in GPS ideal for athletes interested in tracking specific activities. In addition to monitoring all-day movements, gathering heart rate data, and logging regular workouts, the Vivoactive HR offers specific metrics for a range of sports. These include swimming, skiing, rowing, and even golfing, in addition to more common activities like walking and running. For swimmers, the Vivoactive HR can count and track different kinds of strokes. Skiiers, meanwhile, can use the band to measure their speed and distance. It's also advertised to last for eight days on a single charge when not using the GPS, which is about a day longer than Fitbit claims for the Surge.

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Garmin's Vivoactive HR is a versatile sports watch with built-in GPS ideal for athletes interested in tracking specific activities. In addition to monitoring all-day movements, gathering heart rate data, and logging regular workouts, the Vivoactive HR offers specific metrics for a range of sports. These include swimming, skiing, rowing, and even golfing, in addition to more common activities like walking and running. For swimmers, the Vivoactive HR can count and track different kinds of strokes. Skiiers, meanwhile, can use the band to measure their speed and distance. It's also advertised to last for eight days on a single charge when not using the GPS, which is about a day longer than Fitbit claims for the Surge.

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