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Five wearables to kickstart your new year health kick

Five wearables to kickstart your new year health kick

It’s a new year, and that might mean a new year’s resolution of better health is here, too. Which wearables can help with that?

If you’re thinking of using the beginning of 2021 for a new health kick, you’re probably not alone. Health resolutions are a popular choice at the beginning of each and every year, and after the year we had last year, we wouldn’t be surprised to see your health at the top of your concerns in the new one.

V-Fitness Smart Fitness Watch Activity Tracker Review

V-Fitness Smart Fitness Watch Activity Tracker Review

Last year my wife bought me a fitness watch as she knew that I was interested in keeping track of my fitness. Unfortunately there were issues with that watch, from the company sending the wrong version to it having a seemingly non existent battery life. So with the option to review the V-Fitness Smart Fitness Watch Activity Tracker came a chance to find out what a decent fitness watch can be like.

V-Fitness Smartwatch review

V-Fitness Smartwatch review

When it comes to smartwatches, there are really only a few mainstream options and being blunt, this isn’t one of them. The V-Fitness Smartwatch is an interesting proposition in that it’s not WearOS, it’s not Garmin or Fitbit but it does offer some pretty good value if you’re starting your fitness journey or looking for some basic “smart” functions.

Laser new smart watch V fitness

Laser new smart watch V fitness

The first addition to Laser’s refreshed V-Fitness-branded upcoming range has hit the market just in time for the Christmas rush.

At $99.95, the V-Fitness Smart Fitness Watch is another value-oriented device release in a time where there is a heavy market focus on this price point.

The smartwatch tracks activity, shows messages, and syncs to Apple Health and Google Fit. It includes a 24/7 heart rate monitor, 12 sport modes, weather forecast, alarm clock, stopwatch and three coloured band options. The watch has two weeks of battery life between charges, wrist activation and a rating of IP68 water resistance which means it can withstand dust, dirt or sand.

The Smart Fitness Watch precedes a suite of new fitness and health related technology products that Laser will launch in early 2021.