We put this cool-looking, well-advertised toothbrush to the test, and found out what a real dentist thinks of its merits.
The Withings Body Cardio Scale records your weight and lets you know if your arteries are healthy, but this is no substitute for your annual checkup.
Netatmo's stylish bracelet monitors your exposure to harmful sunrays, but only serves alerts if it's connected to your phone via Bluetooth.
Oral-B's SmartSeries Bluetooth toothbrush makes you pay more attention to dental hygiene, but we wish it did more for its high price.
With a built-in heart-rate monitor, the TomTom Runner Cardio is the most complete GPS running watch yet.
The Casio STB-1000 watch pairs with your iPhone to deliver workout info and notifications, but a small display and limited app support make it an also-ran.
Jawbone's second fitness wristband has a great app, but is lacking in functionality and features for the price.
The Magellan Echo is a fitness watch that pairs with your phone for real-time workout stats, but it offers much less functionality than competing devices.
The Garmin Vivofit wristband tracks your movement and can be paired with a heart rate monitor, but it's not the most well-rounded tracker.
The Fitbit Force is a solid wearable fitness tracker with an OLED display that can record your activity, sleep patterns and stories climbed.
The Skechers GOwalk is an inexpensive and comfy wristband-style fitness tracker, but there are better options.
The Polar Loop is an affordable fitness tracker with an integrated display but competing devices offer more features.
The affordable LifeTrak Move C300 tracks your daily activity and syncs it via Bluetooth with your iPhone.
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