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HEALTHY LIVING Fitne s. Food. W l-being GET FIT


Winter makes sticking to your healthy routine tough. Maybe you overdid it in the chow hall, or you fell out of your PT routine when the weather got ugly. Wearables, or smartwatches, are an easy way to get back at it. These gadgets make it easy to track your fi tness, your diet, and your progess, all without looking like nerdy old-school activity monitors. These three smartwatches have heart- rate sensors and mobile payment capabilities:


1. The APPLE WATCH SERIES 3 has an LTE chip that lets you — with a cellular plan add-on — untether from your phone. New watchOS 4 lets Apple Music subscrib- ers stream content.


Battery life: 18 hours* Connectivity: GPS, LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC chip (Apple Pay) Cost: $329-$429 (de- pending on features) Website: www.apple .com/apple-watch- series-3.


2 3. With 13 hours of


2. Unlike previous models, the FITBIT IONIC has the capacity to store music (300+ songs) and can pair with Bluetooth headphones.** Battery life: Four days or 10 hours with GPS Connectivity: GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, and NFC chip Cost: $299.95 Website: www.fi tbit .com/ionic


GPS battery, GARMIN’S VIVOACTIVE 3 is a great pick for athletes looking to stay connected and have battery to spare. Battery life: Seven days in smartwatch mode; 13 hours in GPS mode Connectivity: GPS,


Bluetooth, and NFC chip (Garmin Pay) Cost: $299.99


Website: buy.garmin


.com/en-USUS/p/571520 — By Sara Davidson


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*We get way more battery life — as in 30-plus hours — in smart- watch mode.


**FitBit’s Flyer headphones are $129.95.


26 | MILITARY OFFICER | January 2018


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