Editors Liked

  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, Well-designed web site
  • Extremely versatile and possessing the flexibility of Android, the MotoActv tracks workout stats through GPS and a pedometer, and it even suggests energizing playlists. It also has Bluetooth for linking to phones, headsets, and other sensors
  • Provides a ton of statistical fitness data, Solid build & compact

Editors Didn't Like

  • Battery life (for LONG runs/rides), No 3rd-party web support (like RunKeeper), Expensive
  • Starting at $249.99, this gadget costs as much as a modern smartphone. It's made for serious exercise and doesn't provide casual activity tracking or offer goals for daily activity levels. While the MotoActv's phone-linking function is nice, i
  • Expensive, Weak audio quality with included headphones