As more features continue to blend the smart watch versus fitness wearable devices into a nearly single category, it is hard to stand out. But device after device, Fitbit continues to be the market leader, this time with their Fitbit Alta HR. Here are five reasons you should get one in 2017, and 3 reasons maybe you shouldn’t.
For years our daughter has asked when she can have a Fitbit, or Apple Watch. Seeing Mom & Dad with their fitness and smart watch wearables, she has always been intrigued by these devices. Though a few companies have produced wearables for children, the first decent unit to finally reach consumers is the Garmin Vivofit Jr.
Precise temperature control. Uniformed cooking throughout your food. And not being chained to your clock as you cook. These are just a few of the advantages of Sous Vide cooking. In this blog post I take a quick look at the Anova Culinary Sous Vide Immersion Circulator, which blends high-tech gadgetry with a must-have kitchen accessory. Check it out!
How long did it take you to fall asleep last night? Did you stir a lot? What was the quality of sleep you had? Did you toss around a lot? How about your partner? Is the room too bright? Too warm? Too cold? If you’ve asked yourself questions like these before then perhaps a sleep tracker is in your future. In our latest blog entry we test & compare three of the most popular sleep tracking devices on the market today: the Withings Aura Smart Sleep System, the Sense with Sleep Pill, and the Beddit Smart Sleep Monitor.
With the release of the Apple Watch the grey area between fitness activity trackers and smart watches has blurred more than ever before. Just as when PDAs blended into smart phones over a decade ago, we’re already starting to see more of these “smart” features migrate into all wearables. Right now the Apple Watch Sport, Garmin Vivoactive, and Fitbit Surge all attempt to capture the same potential audience, but with uniquely different features. Which is right for you?