Wearables are getting serious about health - and the ability to track heart rate monitoring is becoming the norm. But which ones can you rely on to do so accurately, which ones offer sophisticated heart health features and how can you get the best out of your wearable?
Planning to start a new exercise regime in January 2021 after a seasonal splurge? Set yourself up for success by making sure your fitness tracker or smartwatch is accurate and has all the features you need – and that you're not paying for features you don't need.
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A smartwatch can help you stay fit during lockdown - and will look stylish on your wrist when lockdown ends. Find out how the Amazfit Bip Lite and Mobvoi Ticwatch Pro 2020 compare to the Amazfit Bip and Mobvoi Ticwatch Pro, and see other deals on smartwatches and fitness trackers.
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