The Motiv Ring is a fitness tracker for folks who hate fitness trackers


The Motiv Ring is a fitness tracker for folks who hate fitness trackers
I’ve always thought fitness trackers are dumb. Often, they look cheap, tacky, and cheesy. In fact, they remind me more of those weird plastic bracelets kids were obsessed with in the 2000s than breathtaking pieces of tech. You know the ones I’m talking about: Well, I might have to backtrack on the mean things I said, because Motiv has released a fitness tracker that I, uh, you know, kinda actually like? Traitor. Bear with me here. What separates this fitness tracker from others is simple: it’s a ring. In it, Motiv jammed a step counter, a heart rate monitor, and a…

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