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Go Gadgets: Foolproof Activity Trackers

Fiddling with buttons is not our idea of fun. These wearable activity trackers keep it simple.

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All in the Wrist: Nike+ SportsBand

The Nike+ SportBand works with an accompanying special chip you put in your Nike sneaks to track your distance, pace, and calories burned as you run. ($59;

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Nudge Necklace: Philips DirectLife

The Philips DirectLife activity detector lights up to tell you how close you are to your daily goal. ($99, including four months of online support;

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Hot Bot: The BodyMedia Fit Mobile Armband

The BodyMedia Fit Mobile Armband beams your calorie burn to your smartphone so you can see it and calories eaten from meals, which you input via a phone app. ($300, including three months of online tracking; for info)

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Watch-ing You: The S2H Replay Band

The S2H Replay band smiles when you move, frowns when you sit. Rack up in-motion minutes, then get rewards like iTunes and Best Buy certificates at ($19.95,

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, November/December 2010.

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sbkar1 wrote:

The S2H Replay Band: Too bad this is really only for folks with smaller wrists. I'd need one about 8.75 inches. In fact, these are all interesting, but either too expensive in this economy for the folks that need the help or not sized for the folks that the jolt to keep working.

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lighthouselady3615644 wrote:

The S2H Replay Band doesn't work that well for walkers. In fact it doesn't like any of the exercise I do which includes walking, kettlebell workout, and such. I got it to log 60 minutes of exercise and then nothing else.

11/28/2010 04:26:18 PM Report Abuse

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