While staying physically active doesn't need to cost a thing with free workouts and daily walks, seriously getting fit might set you back a bit. Workout enthusiasts highly recommend tracking exercise to analyse the data, see any missteps and further improve on it. But does that mean breaking the bank on a snazzy sports watch? Not necessarily. If you want a fitness band that does what is required without the bells and whistles, then you're in the right place. Take a look at our list of 8 budget fitness bands under Rs 5,000.
The Noise ColourFit 2 Fitness Band has a coloured screen and tracks everything from steps and heart rate to exercises and sleep patterns on an embossed strap.
The GOQii Fitness Tracker keeps a check on physical activity and also comes with a 12-month subscription to its personal coach and health consultation.
The Lenovo HW02 Fitness Band is an orange and black dual toned band with a dynamic heart rate monitor, sleep and sports tracking which is dirt and water resistant.
The Huawei ERS-B19 Tracker will inform you about daily steps, calories burned and distance covered. It also supports sleep monitoring, smart alarms and swimming.
The BUXAZ Fit1 Fitness Band is an elegantly designed tracker with indoor and outdoor sports modes, step and calorie counter as well as social media notifications.
The Amazfit Cor Fitness Band tracks daily steps, calories, distance, sleep and heart rate with several sports modes, social media notifications and water resistance.
The Mevofit Bold HR Fitness Band is a water resistant activity tracker with heart rate monitor, colour display and gesture monitor.
The MI HRX Edition Band keeps a check on steps, calories burned and distance covered with long battery life and water resistance.
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