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November, 2017

9 of the best fitness trackers because there are literally too many to choose

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Exercise, am I right? Whether you’re reading this because you genuinely love working out or because Instagram models and your love for pizza force you to exercise, one thing’s for sure: A fitness tracker that fits your needs is a necessity.

One problem: The wearable fitness market grows by the month. No longer are hardcore athletes the only ones keeping up with their calories and mileage — these babies continue to take over the lives of us regular folk more and more by the year.

And with this surge to the everyday consumer, it seems like not a day goes by without a new wearable fitness tracker hitting the market. Oh, there’s a new Fitbit (again)? There’s a fancy ring that tracks your steps and calories? Because of course, why wouldn’t there be?  Read more…

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Which robot vacuum should you get? This guide can help you figure it out.

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Robot vacuums are the hot item this season and though they could obviously make your life 100 times easier, there’s a hard part to the process: picking the right one.

With so many brands, features, and app capabilities out there, deciding which vacuum you’re going to drop a hefty load of cash on can be overwhelming. No worries. We hate cleaning just as much as you do and have laid out a simple, comprehensive list of all your best options, sorted by price. Read more…

ROBOT VACUUMS: $100-$300

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Image: Housesmile

The Good

Affordable

The Bad

No room-scanning tech or app

The Bottom Line

If you want a robot vacuum and don’t care about the fancy stuff, this is a great bare-bones choice.


1. Housesmile Robotic Vaccum

If you don’t need the fancy stuff like an app or room-scanning tech, this high-rated device is probably your best bet.

  • Price:
    $103.99
At the cheapest end of the spectrum you’ll find this option from Housmile, which received 5 out of 5 stars by 85% of its reviewers on Amazon. Unlike other vacuums that require a docking station, this one has a simple charging cord, and one charging session can give it enough juice for 30 minutes of vacuuming. What you sacrifice at a cheaper price point are things like room scanning technology and a mobile app, but for someone who isn’t that much of a techie but wants to get in on the robot vacuum hype, this is a good option. (And it makes a great gift for grandma.) Get it for $103.99 here.

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