The Best Looking Wearable Fitness Devices for your Wrist

Best Fitness Wearables
[dropcap]W[/dropcap]earable tech is all the craze at this time, many people are looking to purchase fitness wearables that syncs with your Mobile devices over bluetooth and collect all sorts of data like steps, sleep, activity, etc. basically everything you do throughout the day. The data is then presented nicely with a companion app that’s available for both Android and iOS.

Like watches, these wearable devices also make a fashion statement as you wear them on your wrist. And while most of these devices are designed to look sporty, some of the recently launched ones are elegant too. We’ll cover the best looking wearable tech devices in this roundup. If you feel like we’ve missed out on something, do let us know in the comments section.

BEST LOOKING WEARABLE DEVICES

Jawbone UP

Jawbone UP24 and UP3

The Jawbon UP bands are good looking and highly functional, specially the UP3 that comes with a heart sensor that monitors your heart beyond the basic beats-per-minute metric. However, if a display is something that you have to have then this isn’t for you.

Style: The Jawbone fitness devices are the slimmest wearable tech devices you can wear on your wrist. The UP24 band just simply fits around your wrist like normal bands do, not like the other devices that come with watch like straps.

Price: Jawbone UP24 – $99  |  Jawbone UP3 – $179

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Moto 360

Moto 360

Moto 360 is the most advanced smart watch you can buy, and damn! it’s beautiful too. The industry has seen quite a lot of smart watches from Pebble, Sony, Samsung and a handful of others but all those watches failed to impress in terms of aesthetics. The Moto 360 brought the basic aesthetic element — a round design — to smart watches. And it turned out great. The Moto 360 is all metal with leather and metal strap choices.

Also, function-wise the Moto 360 is far ahead of any other wearable on this page. It comes with a beautiful display, runs on Android Wear and seamlessly connects with your Android device. Also, it’s completely operable with voice.

Style: It’s the most elegant smartwatch till date. Moto 360’s dial is truly customizable with the thousands of watchfaces available on the Play store. As for the straps, you can have metal and leather straps on Moto 360.

Price: $250

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Sony SmartBand

Sony SmartBand SWR10 and Talk SWR30

Sony’s SmartBand devices follow the company’s legacy of making good looking tech devices. The SmartBand comes in two variants, with difference being the display. The SmatBand SWR10 tracks your steps, calories burned, sleep and other miscellaneous activities and the SmatBand Talk SWR30 variant adds up a paper ink display as well to let you attend calls and read messages right from your wrist.

Style: Simple and understated design. Can be customized to many colors with changeable straps.

Price: SmartBand SWR10 – $99 |  SmartBand Talk SWR30 – $199

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Fitbit

Fitbit

As far as we know, Fitbit is the most popular fitness device and it comes in a range of variants to fit in budget of all people. Fitbit fitness devices range starts from $59 and goes all the way up to $249. Fitbit devices come with great accessories as well, meeting with your fashion needs best than any other device.

Style: Fitbit Flex comes with great accessories from Tory Burch making your fitness tracker nothing less than a fashion thing.

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Price: $60 – $249

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