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Fitness Trackers in Singapore | Fitness & Health for Expats

Fitness & Beauty | Lifestyle | Singapore
by Priyadarshini 16 December 2021

There are a plethora of fitness trackers available these days that can track your heart rate, sleeping habits. How many steps you take per day, and so on, all with the goal of assisting you in improving your fitness. In this blog, we discuss the best fitness trackers in Singapore to buy.

Best Fitness Trackers in Singapore

Health Promotion Board’s Fitness Tracker

The Health Promotion Board distributed free fitness trackers prior to COVID as part of the annual National Steps Challenge. Sadly, such days are no longer with us. However, if all you want is a simple bracelet that tells you how many steps you’ve done that day, you may still buy a no-brand steps tracker similar to the free HPB steps tracker.

Fitbit Inspire 2

Fitbit is the equivalent of Google in the world of fitness trackers. There are various Fitbit models to select from, but the Fitbit Charge 4 is one of the most recent and popular due to the abundance of fitness functions it offers. This is a good fitness tracker with a lot of functions, and it’s not even that pricey when compared to some of the other versions on the market.

Xiaomi Mi Band

Xiaomi astounds once more by selling good-looking products at ridiculously low costs. The Xiaomi Mi Band is no exception. It’s a water-resistant, lightweight fitness tracker with basic capabilities like step counting and heart rate monitoring. The battery life is likewise excellent, with a charge lasting many days. If you’re searching for a basic fitness tracker at a reasonable price, the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 is a good option to consider. It is available online for less than $40.

Garmin VivoSmart 4

While it lacks advanced capabilities, it offers a good range of fundamental functions. For example, heart rate monitoring, distance travelled, calories burnt, steps taken, and so on. The lack of a GPS is one issue, but if you’re simply using the watch to track your exercise, it’s not necessary. If you require GPS, you can upgrade to the more expensive Forerunner series, which costs more than $400.

Apple Watch Series 3

Expect to pay a premium for the features, as with other Apple items. If you don’t mind that, the Apple Watch Series 3 starts at $299. The Apple Watch also contains fitness monitoring features, such as the ability to detect and record steps taken, calories burnt, and distance travelled. It can also keep track of workouts such as jogging, walking, and cycling.

But, let’s be honest, the Apple Watch’s main selling point is that it works like a miniature version of your iPhone, allowing you to make calls and respond to iMessages.

While the “affordable” Apple Watch 3 is still available, Apple appears to be progressively discontinuing it in favour of the Apple Watch SE. So look into that one before you take the leap.

Fitbit Charge 4

The Fitbit Charge 4 can measure your performance in a variety of sports, including walking, cycling, and weight-lifting, in addition to the typical daily step count and heart rate. In addition, unlike the less expensive Inspire 2, the Charge 4 includes built-in GPS. Making it one of the best fitness trackers in Singapore.

However, the most appealing features are arguably Fitbit Pay (for contactless payment) and Spotify (for music on the go), which allow you to leave your phone at home.

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