Fitness trackers have come a long way from the days of the simple and wildly inaccurate step counters given away free in your box of cereal. You can now track your heart rate 24/7, get detailed information about how far and fast you run, swim and cycle, monitor your sleep, motivate you in the gym, help keep you hydrated, send you emails and messages, play music… and still make sure you hit those 10,000 steps every day. And thankfully designs have improved too, with a great selection of small, slim bracelets and stylish smartwatches in a huge range of colours and styles suitable for a day at the office, a session at the gym or a night partying. So you no longer need to look like you’re training for a triathlon – unless you actually are! Chris Haslam is one of the leading technology journalists in the UK, with two decades of experience. He’s also a little bit obsessed with running, which, while terrible for his knees, is great when it comes to assessing the fitness tracking features on the latest wearable technology. But don’t worry, this isn’t all about running. Chris also walks his dog everyday and cycles to work, so his steps (and kms) are always counted. Chris wore each watch ...