FEMALE Tries: Fitbit Alta

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Trust us, activity trackers can be stylish too. Here’s one that combines both fitness and fashion.

Photography: Fitbit

Wearables, fitness bands, activity trackers, smart watches – call them whatever you want; I’ve always been curious about these health-monitoring devices that track our daily steps, sleep and exercise, but never got around to owning one because let’s face it: they’re usually pretty prominent (read: bulky) and wouldn’t complement my #ootd (a fashion girl has priorities, okay?). Plus, I don’t consider myself the healthiest person on planet Earth to be (shamelessly) seen wearing one (unless you consider yoga to be a legit workout). Alas, my sleeping (more like, insomniac) habits were getting worse as 2016 drew to an end, so my 2017 goal is to catch more zzzs, thus I decided to give the sporty timepiece a go (a stylish one in the form of the Fitbit Alta, no less) to scrutinise my activity – and inactivity – levels for a week. Here’s my verdict:

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