Top Fitness Trackers You Can Buy Now in the Philippines
I think we can all agree that to stay healthy, you must exercise regularly, maintain a proper diet, and have enough sleep. And thanks to technology, we can now check how well we can do these things. By using fitness trackers, we can now measure the number of steps we take in the day, our current heart rate, the calories we burn, and the quality of our sleep. So if you are in need of a good fitness tracker, then check out our list below.
Author’s Note: Included are smartwatches with fitness tracking capabilities. We’ve picked the best product per brand that is currently available for purchase in the Philippines.
Starting with Apple’s very own smartwatch, the Apple Watch Series 4 that comes with a large 1.78-inch display, 16GB of storage, heart rate sensor, and its unique certified ECG scanner. It is priced at PHP 24,990 for the 40mm while the 44mm is priced at PHP 26,990. This is also the most expensive wearable that you can find in the list. If you can wait, the Apple Watch Series 5 will also arrive soon.
Cherry Mobile launched this fitness tracker a year ago which has IP68 water and dust resistance, heart rate sensor, sleep monitor, and pedometer. It is priced at PHP 1,299.
Fitbit’s stylish take on a fitness tracker which comes with different straps targeted to different types of usage. It sports a 50-meter water resistance, heart-rate tracking, menstrual cycle tracker, and a battery that can last up to 7 days from a full charge. It is priced at PHP 11,190.
Garmin Vivosmart 4
Priced at PHP 9,995, the Garmin Vivosmart 4 comes with the Pulse Ox sensor which measures your blood oxygen saturation. It also has the usual fitness tracking capability, stress tracking, and heart rate scanner.
The Huawei Watch GT is the company’s own smartwatch that has fitness tracking capability. You can check your workout status, heart rate, compass, barometer, and many more. You can also set an alarm while you are sleeping. Originally priced at PHP 12,990, the wearable is now at PHP 10,990.
The Honor Band 4 Running is meant for sporty people. It comes with a 6-axis gyroscope sensor, water-resistance, and 77mAh battery that can last up to 12 days. It is priced at PHP 1,299. The newer Honor Band 5 will also launch in the Philippines soon.
The Galaxy Watch Active comes with a 4GB storage, Gorilla Glass 3, IP68 water- and dust-resistance, sleep analysis, typical fitness tracker, 5ATM pressure resistance, and 230mAh battery. It is priced at PHP 4,990.
Probably the best bang-for-your-buck fitness tracker nowadays is the Xiaomi Mi Band 4. Priced at PHP 1,695, the wearable comes with the company’s first colored display, 5ATM pressure resistance, PPG heart rate sensor, proximity sensor, and 135mAh battery.
There you have it! Which fitness tracker would you pick? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.