Pebble Time Round
Fitbit unveiled multiple new fitness trackers recently, but are any of them good enough to supplant the Fitbit Ionic?
Kickstarter darling Pebble is back with a new, color, crowdfunded e-paper smartwatch. Meet Pebble Time, crowdfunding for $159.
Fitbit and Snap are partnering up to bring some expressive Bitmoji characters to your clock faces.
The Fitbit Ionic is a good first attempt at a smartwatch, with exceptional battery life making up for some software shortfalls.
Unfortunately, Fitbit's Aria 2 scale isn't compatible with Apple's Health app. Luckily, there is a great alternative.
Not sold on the Fitbit Aria 2 but still want one of the best smart scales money can buy? The Eufy BodySense is the answer!
With the release of the Versa, Fitbit is now selling two full-fledged smartwatches. Which one is best for you? Let's find out!
New year, new Fitbits! Fitbit recently announced four new trackers, including the Versa Lite Edition, Inspire/Inspire HR, and Ace 2. Here’s everything you need to know.
The Zip and the Flex 2 are both solid fitness trackers but with a few key differences that my be the deciding factor.
The Fitbit Zip is still a great little entry level fitness tracker that launched with four colors, but only one is still offered directly from the manufacturer.
The Zip does not have GPS tracking but it will track your steps, distance, and calories anyway. If you need that tracking, you're going to have to look elsewhere
You can buy extra insurance on the Fitbit Charge 3 that extends protection by one year. But should you?
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