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Samsung unveils new Galaxy Fit2 fitness tracker with big battery life

Samsung has updated its fitness tracker range with the Samsung Galaxy Fit 2.

After unveiling the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatch last month, the company looks like it’s taking aim at Fitbit Inspire 2.

However, it will also face competition from budget smartwatches like the new Amazfit Band 5, which joins the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 as the best options for those looking for a fitness band.

The new Galaxy Fit2 looks like it could merge the older Galaxy Fit and super-cheap Galaxy Fit e.

However, we should pre-face everything by saying that Samsung hasn’t announced any pricing or availability.

The new Fit 2 scales back materials from metal to a plastic module that sits in the silicone band.

It looks a little less premium than its predecessor. And this makes us think it could come in at a lower price than the 99 of the original Galaxy Fit.

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Willful Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate Monitor Review

Willful Fitness Tracker SW352

The Willful SW352 fitness tracker is a good option for the price. With an IP68 waterproof rating, long battery life and smartphone notifications it competes functionality wise with more expensive trackers. Given its price point it would be ideal as a first fitness tracker or as a gift for children.

Pros

  • Charges with standard USB cable
  • Long battery life
  • Inexpensive
  • IP68 Waterproof rating so can swim with it
  • Easy to use and lightweight

Cons

  • Not a recognized brand name
  • No stop watch
  • Hard to see screen in sunlight
  • Display only stays on for 10 seconds
  • Only 1 day of history on watch itself

Willful Fitness Tracker SW352 Design

Design wise the Willful Fitness Tracker SW352 goes for a slimline, narrow rectangular look. This means that it wouldn’t look out of place on your wrist at work.

Available in 6 colors and there is a single button

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Best fitness tracker 2020: the top 10 activity bands on the planet

If you’re after the best fitness tracker as we enter a fresh new year, then you’re in luck: we’ve got all the best fitness wearables rounded up here, all of them able to help you get the data you need to stick to your resolutions.

Think of these options like an electronic watchdog for your health, putting a finger on your pulse, constantly measuring your vitals, checking your quality of sleep, counting your steps and (most of the time) even more. 

Some folks even call them smart bracelets, mostly because activity bands now look as good as traditional jewelry, but they’re also so light you’ll barely notice them on your wrist.

Before you go any further, know that we aren’t evaluating all the highest-end tech wristwear in this list. For that you’ll want our best smartwatch guide, which includes top-end products like the Apple Watch 5, Fossil Sport and Samsung

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