Why get a fitness tracker when the Apple Watch can give you the same features and much more? It is a fair question and it's not getting easier justifying the fitness tracker when you realize the host of different solutions you can get for carrying the Apple Watch around. Solutions like the Apple Watch Sports 42mm Silver Aluminum Case. A case designed especially for the active person who enjoys sport. The thing about the Apple Watch that I feel is a bit different is how they have got so many different solutions on the market so fast. It makes me genuinely believe the Apple watch will be the major technological development of the last 5 years. Obviously, Samsung and other big companies will be hot on their heels, but you can't really deny that Apple does it with a level of style and panache the others never really manages to get close to.
I have a mate who's a great fan of the fitbit. He loves gadgets of all kinds and I know he's very happy about it. It's a bit surprising to me that he didn't go for the Appe Watch as it can do most of what the fitbit does, but one issue can obviously be the cost. Let's not kid ourselves. Apple products aren't cheap. On the plus side you know you've got one of the best products on the market. a Trrue top of the line product.
If I were to choose between a fitness tracer and a smart watch I'm not sure I would pick the tracker. I mean, not when I can get so much more in the same package. The Apple Watch Sports 42mm Silver Aluminum Case is a great example. It comes with Ion-X glass Retina display, heart rate sensor, accelerometer and gyroscope. These are built-in from the start and lets the device track every move you make and help you stay fit.
However, it's not just a fitness device. Even though the sport band is designed to work well in active situations it still looks pretty good away from the tracks. It's definitely a watch you wouldn't be ashamed of wearing in other circles as well. The Apple Watch Sports 42mm Silver Aluminum Case package is a multi-purpose solution that helps you deal with many different things. Usually those kinds of products don't do any of those things at the top level, but the Apple Watch does. It is pricey, but it is a case of getting what you pay for.
Do I recommend it? If you're looking for a smart watch and know you can afford it I wouldn't hesitate. It is one of the very best smart watches on the market. It is the first iteration and that means there may be some flaws, but if you won't to be a first mover and innovator you should get on board now. More than 50% of all Americans are considering getting a smart watch. Are you telling me you're not going to be one of them?