General Accessories

Fitness bands are part of a rapidly growing category at the moment. We've been seeing bands from the likes of FitBit and Jawbone, both of whom have released several models over the years. We've also been seeing new bands from established names in the fitness space such as Garmin, Polar, and NordicTrack. Not to mention, the bands coming from established companies outside the fitness space — namely Microsoft and the recently released (and rather simply named) Microsoft Band.

Just with that there are already plenty of models to consider before making a purchase. And not to add any more confusion to the process, but we are also seeing some category crossover with smartwatches, running oriented fitness watches, and some standalone mobile apps. Basically, all of that is to say the fitness band category may seem a bit messy or overwhelming at the moment. We've even discovered some (previously unknown to us) models while compiling this buyers guide. And if we've missed some, it seems safe to believe others may have as well.

So just what are your options for the best fitness tracker? Read on and let's find out!

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Fitbit Charge Unboxing

The new Fitbit Charge has hit the streets and is ready for action. It was announced along with the Charge HR and Surge, both of which will be available for purchase in a few more weeks. The Charge is essentially a revamped Fitbit Force, so anyone that had (or still has) one should be very familiar with the Charge. We'll give it a full review soon after we play with it for a bit — but for now — let's unbox it!

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The SURFACE cover by Seidio is the ultimate low-profile HTC One (M8) Windows hard case; combining a super-slim design with a protective outer shell. The exterior features a custom soft coating that provides additional grip to help prevent accidental drops and access to all ports and buttons. Get yours in black, blue, red, purple or gold today for just $16.95.

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We're still digesting all the information that has just been shared about the Microsoft Band, but there's one feature that seems really cool. You can pay for stuff at Starbucks using the Microsoft Band. We don't have the Band yet, but this is going to be one of the first things we're going to try out. Want to know how to load your Starbucks Card on your Microsoft Band? Read on for the 5 simple steps.

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