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The handy features of the Microsoft Band ($189-200; amazon.com)a GPS that records your running, biking and hiking routes, a UV sensor and the ability to pair with your Starbucks cardmake it a standout.
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Runners, take note: The Sensoria Fitness ($200; sensoria.com) clips onto a special sock at the ankle, then wirelessly sends your jogging deetsspeed, distance, cadence and foot-strike patternsto its app.
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The Samsung Gear S ($300; amazon.com) bundles all your fitness, personal and business needs into one tech piece. It follows your exercise and food choices and can sync with other apps, like Nike+ Running. (Oh, and it's a phone, too!)
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A monitor is no good if you aren't moving. The Garmin Vivosmart ($95; amazon.com) vibrates after every hour you're still, reminding you to get off your butt. It also critiques your activity level, then develops daily goals to complete.
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Outlined with LED lights, the orb-shaped dial on the Misfit Shine ($100; amazon.com) glows when tapped to reveal your movement progress. Bonus: It works with apps like MapMyFitness and MyFitnessPal.