The Heart Rate Watch Company rated this the best of show for CES 2014. Unlike bands that have to be recharged every few days, it uses a coin battery that should last a year. It tracks inactivity with a red bar that grows as you sit to remind you to get up and get moving. It tracks steps, distance, calories, and sleep. You can link it with a heart rate monitor. Track your fitness online on the Garmin Connect site and Bluetooth Smart mobile apps.