The Nike+ Fuelband measures your daily activity and allows you to set activity goals each day. Connect it to your mobile phone and share your activity with friends. $149 from Nike Georgetown.
FitBit’s One device functions wirelessly and tracks your every move, including your sleep cycle. $99.95 from FitBit.
These gadgets won’t ship until March 2013, but you’ll want to get in line, as they’re only selling a limited amount. Sync your data by placing the Shine directly onto your iPhone. Starts at $79 from Indiegogo.
This sleek watch doubles as a heart rate monitor, motion detector, thermometer, and sleep tracker. $199 from Basis—currently out of stock, but there is a waiting list available.
The waterproof band is perfect for the runner or hiker who loves to get lost in the woods. It links to an emergency number and includes a personal ID chip with your name and secure access to cash. $14.95 per year from Vitaband.
Pear Mobile Training System
This training kit comes with an armband, a heart rate monitor, audio coaching, and exercise-friendly earphones. $149.99 from Apple Stores.
This less conspicuous band measures your sleep, activity, diet, and mood—plus it’s waterproof and reminds you to move when you’ve been inactive for too long. $129.99 from Jawbone.
One of the most accurate sleep trackers around, it wakes you up during your light stage of sleep and has an vibrate setting to avoid waking up your significant other. $149 from SleepTracker.