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What are the best wearable fitness trackers with gps?

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    Juan Santos
    Written on May 7, 2018
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      Alice Spencer
      Written on March 18, 2018
      "I use this every morning on my morning run! It's the best piece of technology I've used in regards to exercising"
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      Jean Parker
      Written on April 15, 2018
      "Have discovered the watch will charge faster when using a USB 3 port, 29% to 100% in under 90 mins. Took a little trial and error to work out which cycling data screens to select and use auto scroll while riding. Auto sync via Nexus 5 to Connect and auto sync to Strava is awesome, much better than using the Edge 500 and having to manually connect and sync. GPS and battery consumption is exactly as described. After 3 cycling sessions of 4 hours total, 1/2 hour of yard work GPS on, 24 hours of step and sleep tracking battery, lots of screen swiping and backlight use it was down from 100% to 32%. Display while riding was easily readable for the numbers like speed, HR etc, but the text description of the data line was tiny and for me unreadable while riding, luckily I know what they are eg. page 1 = HR, Speed, Distance, page 2 = Time, Elevation, Cadence, but Garmin should make the text bigger."
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      Eric Ford
      Written on March 11, 2018
      "This is a great fitness tracker if anyone is looking for one! It measures steps, heart rate, different cardio and even has a GPS on it!"
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      Howard Hanson
      Written on March 22, 2018
      "The Fitbit Ionic is a great fitness tracker. I wear it everyday to monitor my steps, my sleep patterns, my heartrate, and many other things. I love the personal coaching, it's great at keeping me motivated to work out and the music options are a great too."
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      Isabel Hernández
      Written on March 20, 2018
      "I've been looking at wearable technology lately to see if I can improve my lifestyle. Specifically, I want a fitness tracker, and I'd like it to have GPS technology as well. I took a look at the Polar M600 to see if it fits my needs. I was initially a bit alarmed by the 3 star rating on Amazon. For technology that expensive, I want something that I'm going to be satisfied with. I then looked at the specs and was appalled by the short battery life. For something I'm going to be wearing all the time, I expect more than a few days, especially when the other entries in the comparison table boast ten times more than that!"
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      Zoe Sheng
      Written on March 15, 2018
      "It's certainly pricey and not an entry-level fitness tracker. But does cost mean that it's among the best? Give it a go, but be prepared to be disappointed."
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      William Jensen
      Written on March 13, 2018
      "A wrist based tracker that actually works.The only downside is having to charge it every other day.The band is more accurate but the watch comes close"
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      Crystal Ellis
      Written on March 25, 2018
      "I use to have a Fitbit but I didn't like it because I had to constantly be looking at my phone to get any information off of it. I decided to buy the Gear Fit 2 and it has been wonderful. The display is big and easy to see. It has all the information I need right on my wrist and I am finding that I can keep with my exercise program a lot easier with the Gear Fit2. I am sorry I hadn't bout this sooner!"
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      Randy Thomas
      Written on March 9, 2018
      "Polar A360 is good, but I still like my Fitbit better. It might just be due to familiarity, but I like the Fitbit app better than the Polar one, so that is why I prefer it over the Polar A360."
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      Melissa Harris
      Written on March 20, 2018
      "This is a good tracker. It is comfortable to wear, and it is easy to use. It has some good features, and for the price it is a good bargain. It did take a little longer then it was supposed to to come, but I wasn't ina big rush so it was fine."
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      Eugene Washington
      Written on March 22, 2018
      "A great smart band for wearing while swimming., It shows the time ,distance and heart rate.Good Waterproof effect"
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      María Ortega
      Written on April 9, 2018
      "This option fits the description of a fitness tracker with GPS, but it isn't the best option available. This particular model is a few years old now, so the software is a bit outdated and not nearly as effective as some of the newer models. If cost is an issue, then this would work as a fitness tracker, it just doesn't offer the same performance or features as a newer, slightly more expensive one."

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    Summary

    Best wearable fitness trackers with gps
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 Polar V800 Electronics 171 Paid
    2 Garmin vívoactive Electronics 130 Paid
    3 TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio Electronics 127 Paid
    4 Fitbit Ionic Electronics 111 Paid
    5 Polar M600 Electronics 87 Paid
    6 Fitbit Surge Electronics 63 Paid
    7 Polar A370 Electronics 35 Paid
    8 Samsung Gear Fit2 Electronics 21 Paid
    9 Polar A360 Electronics 10 Paid
    10 Huawei Band 2 Pro Electronics 0 Paid
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