Still looking for something to fill in your wishlist? Or maybe you’re looking to answer someone else’s holiday wishlist? We’re back again with another edition of our holiday gift guide, and this time we’re taking a look at fitness and activity bands. Check them out!
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Kicking off this guide is the Fitbit Inspire HR/ Introduced this year, the Fitbit Inspire HR is a 24/7 heart-rate tracking device. It also features all-day automatic activity tracking, exercise tracking, sleep tracking, and features about 15+ goal-based exercise modes. With a touchscreen display, swim-proof design, smartphone notifications, and up to 5 days of battery life, the Inspire HR costs PHP 6,290.
Possessing a full-color 0.95-inch AMOLED touch display, the Samsung Galaxy Fit has a 5ATM water-resistance, heart-rate tracking, sleep tracking, stress tracking, and about 1 week of battery life. For fitness, the Galaxy Fit automatically tracks six activities, and also allows users to select and customize up to ten activities when synced with the Samsung Health mobile app. The Galaxy Fit is priced at PHP 4,990.
The Fitbit Inspire is a variation of the Inspire HR that also tracks activity, exercise, sleep, and goal celebrations. It also has reminders to move, timer, stopwatch apps, swim-proof design, touchscreen display, smartphone notifications, and up to 5 days of battery life. As the Inspire doesn’t have heart rate tracking, it comes with a lower price tag of PHP 4,950.
With a 0.74-inch display, the Samsung Galaxy Fit e automatically detects activities such as walking, running, and dynamic workouts. It also monitors heart rate and has sleep tracking too. Priced at PHP 1,990, the Galaxy Fit e has 128kb RAM, 5ATM water-resistance, and a 70mAh battery capacity.
Launched in October, the Huawei Band 4 comes with a 2.5D TFT display, flexible straps, and has features such as Huawei TruSeen 3.5 and TruSleep 2.0. Apart from those, the Band 4 also has an optical heart rate sensor, a 5ATM water resistance, an infrared wear sensor, and a battery rated for about 6 days of use. The Huawei Band 4 is priced at PHP 1,890.
Priced at PHP 1,699, Honor’s fitness tracker, the Band 5, measures steps, heart rate, SpO2 levels, and monitors sleep quality. It can also monitor outdoor and indoor fitness activities, such as running, walking, cycling, and even swimming. The Band 5 is waterproof up to 50 meters, has Bluetooth 4.2, NFC support, and a 100mAh battery.
Xiaomi’s latest activity tracker comes with a 0.95-inch RGB AMOLED display, with 5ATM water resistance, a removable wrist strap, 512KB of RAM, 16MB of storage, Bluetooth 5.0, and 135mAh which can go up to 20 days of Standby time. Retailing for PHP 1,695, It’s the first of Xiaomi’s wearables that has a colorized display.
Equipped with a black-and-white display, the Huawei Band 4e comes with recycled fiber straps. It can be attached to the user’s shoe to collect basketball or running statistics. The Band 4e features activity tracking, sleep monitoring, water-resistance of up to 50 meters, message reminders, and even find phone features. The Huawei Band 4e retails for PHP 1,390.
Recently launched in the country, the Band 5 Sport has a recycled braided strap that can be worn either on the wrist or the foot. It has exercise data tracking, activity monitoring, and sleep tracking. Once clipped on shoes, a courtside mode can be enabled, allowing basketball players to track a variety of data such as jump height, moving speed, and the like. You can cop the Honor Band 5 Sport for PHP 1,099.
Have any of these fitness bands caught your interest? Which one are you including in your wish list? Share it with us in the comments!