Fitbit Force

Probably the sleekest wrist-centric fitness tracker since Jawbone’s [unfortunately faulty] Up, Fitbit’s Force offers up a lot more than just a thin design and pretty face. Force is built around a water-resistant, adjustable silicone band and accurately tracks steps taken, distance travelled, stairs climbed, calories burned, plus sleep patterns for up to 10 days per charge thanks to a precise 3-axis accelerometer and altimeter. It also wakes you up silently thanks to a vibrating alarm, notifies you of calls, and displays your daily stats right on its OLED display before wirelessly syncing via Bluetooth 4.0 to your smartphone and computer. The clincher? It also displays the time, a logical yet seemingly absent luxury on many trackers before it.

Learn more at Fitbit – $130