3 Wearable Sleep Trackers We Look Forward to Using in 2021

Getting better sleep is something that’s on everyone’s minds. You might have even placed this common health goal at the top of your resolution list! One great way to track your sleep and determine where you must improve is by sporting a wearable sleep tracker, which tracks metrics as hours slept, REM sleep obtained, and more. If you’re in the market for a sleep tracker for 2021, check out a few of our top choices below.

Amazon Halo
Price: $65.00 + $4.00/month subscription

If you’re interested in a device that boasts the latest in tech innovation, check out the Amazon Halo. The online shopping tech behemoth has finally come out with its own line of smart devices aimed to track your sleep, among other things. watch analyzes the tone of your voice and can give you feedback on how energized you sound to others. It can analyze your body composition and tone and uses temperature sensing to track the quantity and quality of your sleep. It can also provide expert recommendations to help you get on the right track.

Fitbit Versa 3
Price: $230.00

Unless you’re a stranger to wearable devices, you’ve likely heard of Fitbit. Fitbit pioneered the sleep tracking industry, and Versa 3 is their latest offering. This is a full-on smartwatch that can handle other tasks, like simple messaging and notification management. But, it’s also noted for its sleep tracking capabilities, which allows you to track how much light, deep and REM sleep you’re getting, scores your sleep every night, and more. It also boasts 6 days of battery life and an alarm function that will gently wake you up each morning.

Garmin Vivosmart 4
Price: $130.00

Though not as instantly recognizable as the Fitbit, the Garmin Vivosmart 4 is a shockingly robust device. The watch is swim-friendly, heart-rate-monitoring, and O2-sensing. It can measure your blood oxygen saturation levels, which is very advanced compared to other trackers. Oh, and it boasts a ton of great sleep features too, like the ability to track light, deep, and REM stages of sleep, along with movement throughout the night and the blood oxygen levels. This is important, because of the lower your saturation, the more impaired your sleep quality.

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