Start your spring off healthy with the most popular fitness tech!

There is no better time to start your new fitness training and healthier lifestyle than Spring. Temperature is rising and there’s more daylight to spare. Moreover, eGlobal has you covered with the best prices for these gadgets. With great features to help keep track of your workouts and your health, these little devices are sure to motivate you!

Fitbit Charge 2 HR – The fashionable and trendy option for the average active person

Fitbit has lead the charge in bringing fitness tracking to the masses. With the huge popularity in their first rendition of Charge HR, Charge 2 HR is quite possibly the most complete fitness device for the average user. The new charge has a larger screen for better viewing and interchangeable bands. These are great quality of life changes to the device. However, the best addition to these devices are the two new apps: VO2 Max and Guided breathing.

VO2 Max application will give you a score that judges your fitness compared to others like your demographic, thus giving you a good picture of how healthy you are. It is already a standard for fitness scoring and is a great addition to the Charge 2. Guided breathing on the other hand helps to calm you down after or before exercises. It continuously tracks your heart and guides you on how deep and quickly you breathe. This sort of exercise also destresses and helps you relax.

Featured Highlights

  • Sleek and lightweight design
  • Accurate VO2 Max Data and Guided Breathing
  • Lower pricing
  • Built-in Heart Rate Monitor

Garmin fenix 3 HR – The professional’s choice with amazing build quality

As one of the largest fitness trackers out there, the Fenix 3 promises one of the most feature packed watch. Even though his newer brother the Fenix 5 is out, this only means this watch becomes a better deal as the price has been lowered due to the Fenix 5 release.

The Garmin fenix 3 will plot your hikes, runs and walks along with the built-in compass accurately. For those that wish to go on extended hikes (or just prefer not to have a watch to charge every few days) the Fenix in our tests has lasted for five weeks as a watch and up to 50 hours of hiking and sport.

The build quality of the Garmin is sturdy and can withstand a lot more with its stainless steel frame. You can even upgrade the Gorilla Glass 4 display to a Sapphire one.

Featured Highlights

  • Amazing Battery Life
  • Built-in Heart Rate Monitor
  • Native app system is strong (Connect IQ)
  • Superb Build Quality

SUUNTO Traverse Alpha – Featured packed watch great for hiking and active people

As the oldest model of the bunch the Traverse from SUUNTOhas been one of the most consistent and well-reviewed fitness watches. The reason why this is one of our best sellers is quite simple; it gets the job done at a very reasonable price. The SUUNTOhas all the great and important features for an outdoorsman but they ensure that it is very affordable.

The SUUNTO Traverse Alphaalso allows up to five different sport modes, thus giving you the flexibility to change what is displayed easily. This device’s trail and hiking route mapping also makes it a beauty to hike with.

Featured Highlights

  • GPS and compass built in
  • Smart Notifications
  • Amazing Battery Life
  • Built-in Topographic Maps

Fitbit Charge 2 HR

Garmin fenix 3 HR

SUUNTO Traverse Alpha

Time Display

Yes

Yes

Yes

Water Rating

Sweat, rain, and splash proof

10 ATM; withstands pressures equivalent to a depth of 100 meters

328′ (100 m)

Heart Rate Sensor

Yes

Yes

No

GPS

No

Yes

Yes

GLONASS

No

Yes

Yes

Wireless

Bluetooth LE

Bluetooth 4.0, ANT+, Wi-Fi

Bluetooth LE

Battery Life

Up to 5 days

Up to 40 hours in UltraTrac mode
Up to 16 hours in GPS training mode
Up to 2 weeks in smartwatch mode (with 24/7 HR monitoring)

Up to 14 days in time mode