Best hot 2019: which is right for you?

Are you scraping online for the very best bracelet? You have come to the right place. This bracelet was one of the first wearable technology companies to bring step counts, badges and calories to our phones from early devices such as Ultra, maker one and then Fitbit flexible.

Fast forward ten years and the company is still going from strength to strength. This is because the brand has remained on top of what customers want, along with the advent of the latest health care technology trends. But it has also stayed true to its simple, easy to use and accurate roots.

These Hot Days has a wide range of products that are sure to suit most lifestyles and a variety of budgets. From those who love outdoor jogging to people who love the gym for clients who just want to count steps every day or even buy a tracker for kids, a fitness bracelet and that's it.

Late in 2018, we saw the company release the Fitbit Charge 3, and earlier this year we heard all about the graphics-the opposite. Before that, there was Fitbit for Viola Staff and Active Ionic Watches after Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Flex 2 which came out a year earlier.

Now we have seen that the introduction of new professional inspires and helps to inspire h trackers along with the active, on the contrary, lite. We can also see products like ionic 2 or charge 4 launch soon.

Products such as the Fitbit Flex S 2, Alta HR, Charge 2 and Flame Sensor are not available directly from the company, but you can often find them for sale at third party retailers, so we decided to keep them on the list for all hunters.

Also worth noting, the company currently has two fitness trackers for kids called Fitbit in Ace and Ace 2 Minutes, but you won't find them lower in our rankings as it's not intended for adult users.

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Below you'll find our full ranking of the best Fitbit activity trackers you can buy right now. We have taken design, features, fitness prowess, price and many other elements into consideration when making this list.

The best charge 3 fitness tracker bracelet which has a much larger screen compared to the latest versions of the charge series.

This is one of the best fitness trackers you can use right now and comes with fitness features like heart rate tracker, breathing exercises, swim tracking and improved notifications.

If you opt for the Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition, you'll get a pay compatibility bracelet, as well. It connects to the GPS on your phone to track your running but unfortunately can't track your location without your phone. With that in mind, this might not be the best option for serious runners.

It's all marginally better on the 3, and considering it's the same price at launch as the Charge 2, it's likely to be an appropriate tracker for those looking for a Fitbit in 2019.

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What's next? Can we hear about Fitbit Charge 4 soon? It's unlikely, so you're safe buying a Fitbit Charge 3 without worrying about it getting out of date.

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The Inspire HR maker is one of the latest Fitbits and a superb alternative to the company's other mainstream trackers.

It's fairly inexpensive, but comes with a lot of features, including - obviously - heart rate tracking, as well as activity tracking, sleep monitoring, and guided breathing exercises. There are also connected GPS, but no built-in GPS.

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Other highlights of the Fitbit device to inspire staff include a great battery life of about five days in our tests, and a sleek, surprisingly premium design, making it one of the nicest Fitbits you can buy. It's also waterproof, although it doesn't come with any real swim-tracking skills.

Basically, if you don't need to track your activity at the pool, don't take your phone with you on outings, and don't need anything more than a smartwatch, this is the best Fitbit gadget option - and if you need other features, you'll have to pay more.

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What's next? Helping to inspire HR is a new tracker as of this writing (March 2019), so don't expect a new model for much longer.

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Packing a lot of features, which we saw debut on the Ionic, helps, on the contrary, condense them into a smaller package with a lower price and if you want a slimmer watch on your wrist this might be better for you than the first watch.

The price is already lower than the now cheaper Ionic, and while it doesn't feel like "premium" we're enjoying the smaller design that fits snugly on the wrist. It comes with Fitbit Pay, all Ionic apps, music storage and more.

If you want to use it to run the other way around, the GPS feature is sorely lacking, so you'll have to take your phone with you to track where you run, but there are still many smartwatches from Fitbit.

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What's next? The manufacturer on the contrary has been around for a while, so a successor may be on the way.

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Do you need a fitness tracker that is easy to use and simple? The Fitbit flex 2 might be the best device for you.

You will be able to use this while swimming as it is waterproof and will also keep an eye on how your pool dips are going. Plus, it comes with all the other basic track features you'd expect, plus a thin and light design too.

It's slightly cheaper than the Fitbit Charge 2, so it might be the perfect Fitbit tracker for you.

If you're considering buying the Flex 2 for yourself, it's great on-board fitness tracking and a super slim design that just about anyone is sure to love. The only thing it seriously lacks is the screen, so consider upgrading instead.

Read full Fitbit flexible 2 review

What's next? Helps inspire sits in the nest where the Fitbit flex 2 used to be, so don't expect to be able to buy a Fitbit flex 3 anytime soon.

It's a remarkably similar product in the chart above, but it's for a couple of features so the company can sell it for a lower price. That price isn't always that much cheaper, so we recommend browsing through offers on the original Fitbit Reverse before opting for a Fitbit Reverse Lite device.

You get a connected GPS receiver, a solid heart rate tracker and a variety of smartwatch features with the professional Versa Lite. You should know it won't be able to track swims, has no memory to store music and doesn't help pay.

All that said, it can be much cheaper than the company's other two smartwatches, so you may find that it's a good compromise when looking to buy a new Fitbit.

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If you're after smartwatches from Fitbit, there's this one. The Active Ionic isn't the fantastic watch some hoped it would be, but that's the case if you're looking for a fitness-focused device that can tackle running, weight lifting, swimming and much, much more.

Dedicated workout programs and Fitbit Pay among other highlights are Ionic, but it doesn't work like the Apple Watch 4 or Samsung Galaxy Watch if you're looking for a full blown smartwatch experience.

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It's not expensive and helps Ionic also low on our list of the best products for Fitbit because it's just really expensive for what it has to offer. However, if you are an outdoor runner, Ionic is your best bet. Not only is it durable, but it has built-in GPS so you can leave your phone at home.

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What's next? We've put together a list of things we'd like to see if the company decides to announce the Ionic 2 bracelet.

Fitbit Inspire

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Manufacturer Inspire is basically a cheaper alternative to help inspire HR for those who don't need a heart rate monitor.

That limits its abilities somewhat, but there's still a lot to love here, including an attractive, petite design, activity tracking, sleep tracking, and up to five days of life.

Unfortunately, there's no GPS here - not even all of them - so it's more for people who want a very basic activity tracker than a real workout companion, but priced accordingly and what it does it does well.

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The maker of Alta Hour takes the viola's slim, stylish fitness bracelet and jams a heart rate monitor into her slender body without bulking it up.

Where the original Alta bracelet feels a little light on features, and puts form over function, the Alta HR is a wonderful tracker that goes beyond the basic step for tracking but still looks good.

It's not the most feature-packed yet - no GPS to start with - but it's well balanced and you'll be happy to wear it 24/7 (other than when swimming - it's not waterproof), which is great because it can also track your sleep, and a heart rate monitor will help eat there too.

Basic messages/notifications are pulled out of your smartphone and nearly a week long battery life is also worth considering if you don't need the features - or don't want the bulk - of something like a professional Ionic.

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What's next? The maker of Inspire HR is, in fact, the maker of the Alta 2 in all but name, so don't expect a new model anytime soon, if ever.

Before starting charge 3, then charge 2 was our favorite bracelet. It has a much larger screen compared to the original Fitbit Charge and Charge HR, and it's packed with extra fitness features.

There is multi-sport tracking that allows you to track outdoor runs, walking, weight training and many other exercises.

It also connects with the GPS on your phone to keep track of your running as well. You won't be able to use this in the pool, although if you want to swim with your tracker we recommend looking at the Fitbit Flex 2 above or the Fitbit Charge 3.

Read full Fitbit charge 2 review

On the chart, Blaze is a dark horse for the Fitbit family. It's one of the oddest devices on the roster, as it was (sort of) designed for Fitbit's first smartwatch, but it wasn't.

Despite the design, the Fitbit Blaze is just a fitness tracker at heart. The design is a little fancy, but it could be that you want to go for a fitness tracker that you want to use more like a watch.

The display also offers alerts for text messages, but not for any other apps you might want to check out.

Fire does offer a variety of fitness features such as this one, which will let you track your workouts even if you haven't told the wearable what you'll be doing - allowing you to burn those calories quickly and easily.

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What's next? Didn't expect to see a Flame Sensor 2. Instead, the company has changed the Fitbit Blaze range from its smartwatch called Fitbit to Versa, which sits higher on this list.

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