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4 Fitness Gadgets to Invest in for 2017

With the kick-off to the New Year earlier this month, so many of us made resolutions to get healthy for the first time or get back in shape like old times. No matter what your fitness regimen is, having something to both inspire and keep you on track is the best way to reach those goals. So how about investing a fun gadget or two to get you there? A fun new tech toy will help you track your progress over time and give you a way to set new goals are you get more and more fit along the way. Not sure which one to invest in? Here are the four fitness gadgets to consider for 2017.

Fitness Gadgets to Invest in for 2017

4 Fitness Gadgets to Invest in for 2017

#1. Fitbit Charge 2 Activity Tracker

This sleek, advanced fitness wristband features PurePulse heart rate monitoring and Connected GPS for total activity tracking. PurePulse wrist-based heart rate tracking eliminates the need for a chest strap. Track steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes and hourly activity. Automatically track how long and how well you sleep. Record runs, biking, weight training and more with real-time stats on display.

#2. Bluetooth Wireless Sports Stereo Headphone with Neckband

Features unique ring-necked design, opening up a new era of Bluetooth. Ultralight elastic memory material, easy to carry. Vibrate to remind you not miss any incoming calls. Simultaneously connect multiple devices to easily switch calls. High-fidelity stereo audio earphones with intelligent noise reduction, clearer calls. Long standby (360 hours), long call (15 hours).Compatible with standard Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone, media devices.

#3. Masimo iSpO2 Fingertip Pulse Oximeter

From the leaders in pulse oximetry, the ISPO2 pulse Oximeter allows you to noninvasively track and trend blood oxygenation (SpO2), pulse rate (PR), and perfusion index (PI) - even during movement and low blood flow to the finger. With the free Masimo ISPO2 application, you can graphically view your SpO2 and PR measurement history over time and share that data through email. The ISPO2 features the same Masimo SET technology found in hospitals worldwide. The ISPO2 will be useful to anyone interested in measuring blood oxygen and pulse rate, such as hikers and climbers, as well as pilots and passengers. Not intended for medical use.

#4. Misfit Shine 2 Fitness Tracker & Sleep Monitor in Rose Gold

Misfit Shine 2 is Misfit most advanced wearable. Shine 2 seamlessly tracks activity and sleep and delivers sophisticated information effortlessly and vibrantly with multicolor LEDs and a vibration motor. See your progress in a halo of rainbow-colored light.

How about you? Is one of these gadgets on your list?