Style & Fashion Guide to Mens Fitness Watches for 2018

In keeping with the ongoing trend of years past, 2018 looks to be the strongest year yet for smart fitness watches and trackers. The features are becoming even more invaluable, the aesthetics are among the most stylish you could imagine, and the prices are coming down to incredibly competitive rates. If you’re upgrading from a prior model or just getting into the fitness watch game for the first time, 2018 is the perfect time to do so!

There are so many choices that it can be difficult to decide upon the perfect model however. With that in mind, we’ve scoured the internet to find the best options around. To help expedite your purchase, here are the best fitness watches for 2018: 

1 – The Fitbit Charge 2

Fitbit has been on the market for a few years now. There have been various iterations, and they really seem to get better every single time around. This particular model comes in at around $150 new, but you’ll know exactly where the money is going. The design is comfortable enough to compete with any high end fashion watch, and tracking features are about as perfect as you could imagine. Once you update the firmware, you’ll have what is arguably the best fitness tracker around. 

2 – Fitbit Flex 2

If you want to save a bit of money however, this second Fitbit option will more than do the trick. Coming in at just around $60, the price point is difficult to argue with. With this model, you’ll have all of the standard step counting features, as well as the ability to add up your calories for the day and determine specific exercises you’re currently engaged in. You can even pair the watch with your smartphone via an app that will make using each feature a breeze. 

3 – Nokia Steel

Finally, Nokia has also stepped in as a strong competitor. The customer reviews have been fairly positive across the board, and the pricing manages to beat out the top end Fitbit model by about $20. It has food tracking options, “My Fitness Pal” compatibility, and a shockingly long battery life of 8 months. The only thing missing is an extra large option for those of us with thicker wrists. Fitbit is still the king overall, but this promising option from Nokia is going to shake things up in a major way moving forward.

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