12 Alternatives to Fitbit Charge 2
The world's most advanced activity tracker
A wearable with an OLED display, touch button, and more
Meet your fitness goals by holding yourself accountable.
Lazy Jar uses your Fitbit® to help you organically build a more active lifestyle.
It does this by holding you accountable for the fitness goals you've set for
yourself each week. Whenever you fail to meet these weekly goals, you're penalized a financial amount (which you set yourself).
80% of these penalties are donated to a charity.
Music, calls and fitness trackers all-in-one smart headphone
Vinci is the world’s first standalone smart fitness headphones. Run without phones. Music, calls, and fitness trackers all-in-one. Voice-controlled AI. 15,000 skills with Alexa. Noise cancellation.
A steps app that promotes some competition
Harmless taunting between friends has been scientifically proven to motivate people to become more active. Ok maybe not, but that's the big idea behind Steps — weaving a fitness thread into a snappy, colourful design.
Fitbits latest addition to their range with Alexa baked in
Fitbit’s first smartwatch with Amazon Alexa, Fitbit Pay on all models, new Sleep Score and smart wake, Spotify control, 5+ days battery life, AMOLED display.
Latest generation of fitness wearable from Amazfit
The Amazfit GTS comes with 2.5D glass display that has a pixel density of 341ppi. Amazfit says GTS will offer 14 days of battery life. It is 9.4mm thin and offers 5ATM water resistance rating. The wearable also has an optical heart rate sensor on board.
The world's most powerful training and recovery tool
The world’s most powerful training and recovery tool just got stronger. WHOOP is proud to introduce the WHOOP Strap 3.0 featuring WHOOP Live, a robust suite of new features to improve real-time data feedback, coaching, and training analysis.
Misfit's first hybrid smartwatch
Fitbit's newest tracker with a detachable band
These trackers are easy to use thanks to a touchscreen, backlit display and on-screen dashboard that helps you track sleep, activity and more, all from your wrist.
Puma's first smartwatch, built for the social athlete
This PUMA Gen 4 Heart Rate Smartwatch is PUMA’s first smartwatch, a seamless integration of style with sporty functionality. Powered with Google™ Wear OS and equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 platform is compatible with iPhone and Android Phones.
Fitbit's new smart watch starting at $160
The new Versa Lite now starts at $160 and comes in additional funky colors like purple and blue. Despite the name, it’s not physically any smaller or thinner than the original Versa. It won't come with Wi-Fi, NFC or music storage