LifeTrak was at CES 2014 showing off a particularly impressive new model, the R415. It boasts monitoring for sleep, walking, heart rate, and will have a waterproof build (though the prototypes on display weren't quite there yet). Data is stored locally on the watch for a week, though you can pair up with a smartphone over Bluetooth to connect to a handful of different apps thanks to an open developer API. Of course, you also have the usual smartphone notifications from SMS, calls, and e-mails. Possibly best of all, the R415 will be able to crank out 6 - 12 months of battery life on a standard watch battery.
Between the modest price point of $129, the respectable amount of style, and killer battery life, I'm going to have trouble resisting getting this watch when it goes on sale this summer.
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