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Getting fit doesn’t have to mean sporty, these Fitbit bands have style!

You don’t need to deal with the plain, default design of the Fitbit. These fitness trackers come in many shapes and sizes. Some can even double as high fashion jewelry, but all are designed to be the perfect partner at the gym. Fitbits are ideal for work and play. They are practical for monitoring everything from steps to your sleep patterns, and everything in between. So, what’s the perfect one for your life? Here are the best Fitbits for women in 2019.

Best for most

Fitbit Inspire

Staff Favorite

The Fitbit Inspire is a great tool if you’re looking for a 24/7 heart monitor and all-day activity tracking while you run from point A to point B. With it’s five day battery life, it’s designed to track your female health and keep an eye on your cycle, monitor your sleep, and deliver texts and notifications to your wrist. You can pick it up in black, white, and lilac.

$100 at Fitbit

Ultimate fitness tracker

Fitbit Versa Lite

Using the Fitbit Versa Lite, you can track your sleep patterns if you’re someone who’s had a hard time catching those Zs. It boasts a near four-day battery life, so you don’t have to worry about charging your Versa Lite every evening. It also monitors your female health and tracks your mensuration cycle. It comes in mulberry, marina blue, lilac, and white color options.

$200 at Fitbit

Heart rate tracking

Fitbit Inspire HR

The Fitbit Inspire HR allows you to keep track of your heart rate and resting heart, and if you’re someone who loves to run, the real-time pace and distance option allows you to connect to your phone’s GPS to track your route. Maybe you prefer to bike, run, or do yoga: don’t worry, there are settings for that, too. It can effortlessly monitor your period and female health via a calendar and so much more.

$130 at Fitbit

Full smartwatch

Fitbit Ionic

The Fitbit Ionic is a larger smartwatch that packs a punch in terms of features: start dynamic personalized workouts, store and play over 300 songs, and use built-in GPS to track pace, routes, distance, and your heart rate — all from your wrist. It is specially designed for women with the ability to track female health and your menstrual cycle, making it perfect for the lady on the go.

$350 at Fitbit

Flexible tracking options

Fitbit Charge 3

In addition to all of the standard fitness statistics like monitoring steps, all-day calories burned, all-day activity tracking, and sleep stages, the Fitbit Charge 3 adds heart rate, resting heart rate, and heart rate zone tracking capabilities as well as floors climbed to its list of trackable data. It is water resistant up to 50 meters, but the best thing about this little device is the ability to track your period cycle using an ovulation calendar and more.

$200 at Fitbit

Reliable and practical

Fitbit Versa

The Fitbit Versa is a fitness tracker that lets you make payments, allows you to sweat through on-screen workouts, lets you track your menstrual cycle, and so much more. It’s the perfect partner for the woman on the go, especially with its four day battery life and smartphone notifications that can display on screen. It comes in black, peach, and gray color options.

$230 at Fitbit

Find the perfect Fitbit for your lady-like lifestyle

Whether you’re a woman that’s a dedicated gym rat or one that struggles to find time for exercise while juggling a full-time job, three kids — four if you count the husband — and a dog, there’s a Fitbit to suit the way you live. We personally love the Fitbit Inspire because of its versatility, easy tracking abilities, female health monitoring, and more, but everyone is different.

Perhaps you’d prefer a more traditional-looking smart watch like the Fitbit Versa Lite that still has a quite a few fitness features including female health monitoring, too (plus it has a ton of beautiful third party bands available, and If you’re not sure what size band to get, be sure to check out our guide to measuring your wrist before buying a Fitbit).

A fitness tracker should be something personal to you and comfortable while still being practical and stylish, and Fitbit has always hit the mark in all of those categories.

Source of the article – iMore