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Yes. Please update this article. Very out of date.
Time to update this one! It's 4 years old.
Good need-to-know information, thanks!
This is old information. It's now almost 2021!
And then there's the BASIC Garmin Vivofit for $30 on eBay that tracks steps/miles + sleep + charting / record-keeping.
Thank you! Please update!
This article was written in 2017 - needs an update!
An update will be awesome!
Thanks for the great article! :)
This was a couple years ago, Spark really needs to update their articles...it's not worth reading many of these because they are so out of date.
Realizing that this is an older article, over half of these wearables I've never heard of at all. Maybe they are from overseas?
I, myself, have gone through 3 Fitbits over the last 10 years, at least. Possibly longer. I currently have the Iconic. Have had it for 2 years, maybe. It's acted up on me a few times and isn't very good at keeping track of my sleep cycles. Don't trust it much for that or for heart rate either.
Some of the wearables in this article are pretty cheap, but that makes it harder to believe that they would really work. They say the more expensive ones do the job better.
Hard to decide.
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