Latest fitness tracker reviews
This smart ring is able to track your activity, sleep and more from your finger. Is it worth replacing your wrist-based tracker for it?
Garmin's long-awaited return to the fitness tracker scene is here, but was it worth the wait? We've tested the Vivosmart 5 to find out.
Priced to turn heads, there's plenty of merit to Evans' turbo trainer. But can it stand up to the best out there?
The Venu 2 is Garmin's rival to devices like the Apple Watch, with a glorious display.
Garmin has updated its smartwatch to support voice functions. How does Siri or Google Assistant add to the Garmin Venu 2 Plus?
We test Garmin's premium GPS golf watch on its design and performance, both on and off the course.
We loved the Cowboy 3 e-bike - and the changes for its fourth-gen version are intriguing. Here's why it might be the best electric bicycle yet.
Garmin's 2022 Fenix is the do-everything of sports tracking smartwatches, with the Fenix 7's touchscreen addition really knocking it out of the park
We've been virtual rowing with the Hydrow at-home rowing machine to find out whether it's the best way to exercise at home
Zepp's top-tier watch for 2021 comes with high-end aspirations, lots of sensors, and a new Zepp OS software that includes its own app store.
Is the top-tier Peloton spin bike worth its outlay and ongoing monthly subscription? You might think not, but here's why you might change your mind...
The second-gen Wahoo Bolt makes a number of changes - but can it earn a place on your handlebars?
Samsung's budget band is ideal for fitness and sleep tracking basics, not those into more regemented sports. Here's what we make of it.
Mobvoi has plugged away with smartwatches over the years, relying on Google's Wear OS operating system to run the software show. During those years, t...
This tracker brings some of the best features across the Fitbit portfolio into one package, making it a very appealing choice.
The affordable tracker is perfect for runners, with some top-end features, but also suited for cycling and swimming activity tracking too.
This affordable mid-range tracker is feature rich, but accuracy and battery life are limited. Wear OS 3 will come in the future to improve things.
The 55 nails the basics, then adds additional worthwhile features that lacked in the earlier 45 model. It's an ideal starter runners' watch.
The premier brand in folding bikes has a superb electric option, if you're happy to fork out the cash for it.
The second-gen watch adds some features from Polar's higher-end devices, in a mid-level, affordable and data-driven product.
Wahoo's top-of-the-range bike computer features integrated mapping. But is it any good compared to the significant competition?
An easy way to add heart rate data to your workouts, the Rhythm+2.0 presses against your arm instead of chest, making it much more comfortable.
Is the Fitbit Luxe form over function, or is this fashion-focused tracker actually everything you could really need?
How does the Rival stack up compared to the rest of the sports watch market?
The replacement power pedals over the Vector, what extra does the Rally series bring to your cycling and training?
The second-gen fitness watch from Polar doesn't go big on smartwatch features, but does on fitness features. So what's new and is it worth it?
Xiaomi has been making excellent cheap trackers for a while now - so how does the Mi Band 6 stack up?
This smart-looking watch has an e-Ink screen built in to extend Skagen's smart features. But does it pay off?
Can Wattbike deliver and indoor riding experience to keep you fit?
Garmin-owned Tacx has a dedicated indoor bike that, while it doesn't truly emulate real-world cycling, is a great spin-bike-a-like for training/Zwift.
This e-bike is a unique one in the looks department - but how does it stack up against the competition?
This electric bike is impressively priced and great fun to ride, even if it lacks some of the bells and whistles of smarter competitors.
There's stacks of features here for a low price. But is the T-Rex Pro therefore too good to be true? We highlight the compelling and the compromise.
A cheap fitness tracker with some mild smartwatch features that stands out for most of the right reasons - so what's the compromise?
Xiaomi has ditched Wear OS for its own take on the smartwatch. Well, sportswatch - as that's the primary function of this wearable. Is it any good?
A Google Android OS-based bike computer - meaning it's quite phone-like - with plenty of promise and frequent updates that often improving features.
This small and unobtrusive wrist-based fitness band does a lot for a fairly little price. It's become a daily driver in our fitness rota.
It's all about battery life here, with super longevity plus solar charging assistance. Can the Enduro fitness smartwatch do no wrong?
The top-end pedal-based power meter from Garmin is a serious investment, but it delivers serious amounts of data that can aid your training schedule.
The more budget version of the GTS 2 cuts out Wi-Fi and on-board music storage, but also cuts the price to make this an appealing casual tracker.
This standalone heart rate monitor is an ideal solution if you loathe chest-based straps or don't want to carry your phone when out on a run or cycle.
The Neo 2T - which is higher torque than the outgoing Neo 2, for better sprints/low speed high-resistance climbs - is a top-end smart turbo trainer.
The second-gen band replaces the Inspire HR, delivering a brighter screen and otherwise much the same features. Is it the affordable tracker to own?
This Wahoo-only trainer accessory is used to raise or lower your bike's position to simulate climbing and descending. Is it worth its asking price?
The second-gen GTS is a transformation over the original, with more smartwatch features. But, in context to the market, it's got some shortcomings.
Want Garmin's market-leading activity tracking, but without a hefty price tag? This is the one to go for. And with solar charging it lasts for an age.
This second-from-top Garmin cycling computer brings data, mapping and advanced functions to your handlebars. Does it hit the sweet spot in the range?
If self-motivation is your driver then Fitness+ could be an ideal subscription-based home gym alternative for Apple Watch users.
This comprehensive cycling computer has the largest screen on the market - and probably the largest price too. But it delivers data by the bucketload.