Best Connected Bracelets

Since the end of 2013, we see a real wave of connected bracelets. Responding to the trend of “quantified self”, which consists in measuring and analyzing personal data, these objects quickly conquered consumers, so that a hundred references are now on the market. To find you, here is a selection of the best models currently available.

The Jawbone UP3

The UP3, the last strap connected Jawbone, is by far the most successful brand model. With its design that makes it look more like a fashion accessory than a high-tech product, it has many technologies, including a body temperature and room temperature sensor that is not found in any competitor.

The Fitbit Charge HR

Another must-have brand in the business tracker market: Fitbit, whose latest model, the HR load, is particularly complete. This bracelet is distinguished by the presence of a screen, which allows it to display the time, notifications or information related to the activity of its owner. It also has a heart rate monitor to measure the pulse of the user.

The Garmin Vivosmart HR

Despite its slightly massive design, the Garmin Vivosmart HR is a gem of technology. If it is able to offer all the basic functions of an activity tracker, its big strong point comes from its tightness. It can indeed dive up to 50 meters deep.

The Sony Smartband 2

The Smartband 2, developed by Sony, is rather for those who care about their well-being, sportsmen. Lightweight and discreet, this bracelet can measure heart rate and stress level of the user, but also monitor the quality of their sleep.

The Xiaomi MiBand

Finally, for those who want to experiment the connected bracelet but are not sure of the usefulness of such an object, there is the MiBand of Xiaomi. This bracelet ensures the essential functions of an activity tracker for an unbeatable price: around 30 euros. If it has some small defects, it is all excused given its price!