Best Fitness Tracker Under 100

Best Fitness Tracker Under 100 – Below you’ll find a short summary on the list of top 5 best fitness trackers under $100 that you can get your hands on.

Just in time for summer and all those new fitness goals. The summary includes the cost of each tracker, and where to buy if you’re short on time.

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1.Fitbit Inspire

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2.Amazfit Bip

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3.Garmin vívofit

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4.Withings Pulse

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5.Samsung Galaxy

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6.Huawei Band

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7.Xiaomi Mi

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8.Honor Band

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9.LETSCOM Fitness

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10.Willful Smart

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Best Fitness Tracker Under 100 – BUYER’S GUIDE

At first glance, the Zepp-E Circle ($250) and its Apple Watch dupe, the Square, are great-looking, bezel-less fitness trackers. But the band is stiff and feels cheap; it was constantly disconnecting; the app requires a lot of tinkering to make it useful; and I found Zepp’s proprietary fitness metric of earning PAI (Personalized Activity Intelligence) too puzzling and unintuitive. It costs too much for what it offers.

The best thing I can say about Matrix’s PowerWatch 2 ($500) is that the recharging from body heat and solar power really works. I wore it for more than three weeks without having to recharge it. However, it’s huge and clunky. During my testing, the heart-rate monitor was inaccurate, and it was hard to change the display. The app was beset by technical problems, and I constantly had to reinstall and reconnect the watch. For such an expensive watch, it was just too hard to use.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What to Look for in a Budget Fitness Tracker ?

When evaluating fitness trackers it’s important to keep in mind they’re not just about counting steps or keeping tabs on your sleep habits. The total experience includes the quality of the hardware, overall comfort, the software package, and how well it does the tracking that you bought it for in the first place.

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WRAP UP

While the dividing line between fitness tracker and smartwatch has become increasingly blurred, if you’d prefer something with a bigger screen and more smartphone integration, be sure to check out our guide to the best smartwatches.

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