Fitness experts say you should aim for 8,000 to 13,000 steps a day, but the average American hits only 3,000 to 5,000 steps (we’re guilty!). Though we wear our utilitarian Fitbit pretty much every hour of the day, sometimes life calls for a fitness tracker that’s a little bit more elegant.
Time by Bellabeat ($179) is a wellness tracker disguised as a fancy watch. The limited-edition device comes in rose gold or silver and tracks everything from steps to sleep to stress.
The Leaf Chakra ($99) is a pendant tracker with a battery life of up to six months. It comes in rose quartz or onyx and keeps up activity, sleep, meditation time, and reproductive health.
Clip the Spire Stone ($80) to your waistband to monitor breathing patterns and help keep stress in check. When it senses your breathing is erratic, it lets you know. It also tracks steps, calories, and more.
Tracking all the usual suspects in high style, Moonbeam ($50) balances fashion and function with a leather band and rose gold–plated metal.