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Activity Tracker reviews

The latest Activity Tracker reviews at PC Advisor. Activity Tracker user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison

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  • Fitbit Charge review

    Fitbit Charge takes over from the Fitbit Force, marking a step up from the Flex and other competing wristbands. Here's our Fitbit Charge review.

    £99 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Fitbit Surge review

    Hands on with (and unboxing photos of) the Fitbit Surge – an heart-rate monitor and activity tracker with all the bells and whistles for the serious sports and…

    £199 inc VAT

  • Fitbit Flex review

    The Fitbit Flex is a cool fitness-tracking wristband that will keep you motivated for exercise and keep you moving.

    £80 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Fitbit Charge HR review

    The Fitbit Charge HR is an enhanced version of the Fitbit Charge activity tracker wristband, that adds heart-rate monitoring alongside the many other display-based stats.

    £119 inc VAT

  • Fitbit Force review

    Feel the Force – Fitbit's latest activity tracker is a big step forward on its own Flex and other competing fitness wristbands.

    £100 inc VAT

    Score - 9 out of 10

  • Fitbit One review

    If you need some motivation to get active, the Fitbit One will do the job. It tracks your steps, sleep and calories – all for a sensible price. Here’s our Fitbit One…

    £80 inc VAT

    Score - 9 out of 10

  • Fitbit Zip review

    Get fit with this Bluetooth activity tracker, which syncs with PCs, Macs, most iPhones and iPads and select Android devices. Here's our Fitbit Zip review. Updated:…

    £50 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

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