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When it was first announced, the Fitbit Ionic cost £300, which made it difficult to recommend over rivals such as the Apple Watch Series 3 and the Samsung Gear S3.

Honor has announced a fitness device, the Honor Band 4, and has said it'll launch soon.

Fitbit has been around for a years, sitting at the top of its activity tracking class smugly watching as its competitors hope to raise the same brand awareness.

Fitbit's thin Alta tracker dropped around a year ago, and the company is already making an update to it.

A Fitbit tracker can make fitness fun for your children, but which one is the best fit for your child?

Heading down the Fitbit road means you're probably down a pretty sweet path to fitness. Fitbit has you covered at all levels of training.

Despite being the best in fitness tracker wearables, Fitbit has shied away from waterproofing in the past. Fitbit’s Charge 2 was great, but its lack of protection against water let it down.

Should you go with the Fitbit Charge 2 or the Alta? It depends on your activity level.

The Fitbit Charge 2 still is one of our favourite fitness trackers. It has just the right blend of features.

Fitbit has a range of products to fit your wrist – with its Alta, Flex and Charge fitness trackers – but now they have gone one step further.

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