What are the best wearable devices for racquetball?

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    #1Zepp Tennis Swing Analyzer

    Zepp Tennis Swing Analyzer

    The Zepp Tennis Swing Analyzer is a wearable device that can analyze a tennis player's serve in 3D. It can also measure the intensity, consistency, and power of the player's swing.


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    Ben Cheng
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "good product the accuracy is almost perfect"
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    #2Garmin Forerunner 230

    Garmin Forerunner 230
    Garmin Forerunner 230 is a smartwatch specially designed for runners. Track your activity in an easy way: count steps, calories and distance throughout the day. You can receive notifications about incoming emails, texts messages, call alerts and calendar reminders.

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    Charvi Nair
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "Love this watch! I've owned a few different smartwatches and this is by far the best. "
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    #3TomTom Touch

    TomTom Touch

    TomTom Touch is an activity and fitness tracker that measures your body fat and muscle, and tracks your steps, distance, sleep, heart rate and calories burned. 


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    Frank Phillips
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "I play a lot of raquetball with my buddies and I needed a good durable watch. I found the TomTom Touch after doing a bunch of searching. I hadn't used TomTom in so long before this but this watch has a lot of great reviews so I had to check it out. It works great. It has a good fitness tracker which I love. I would highly recommend it. "
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    #4Garmin Vivosport

    Garmin Vivosport

    The Garmin Vivosport is a wearable smart activity tracker with a built-in GPS. It is equipped with fitness monitoring tools such as the Vo2 Max, and a display size of 0.38 x 0.76 inches. It also features an all-day stress tracker. 


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    Michelle Young
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I'm' amazed at how easily it picks up my heart rate unlike some devices where I have to adjust it to get it to work. I love how there are no buttons on it and everything is done from the screen. I thought the battery life was pretty good too, it lasted a few days before I needed to charge it, but I'm still trying to figure out how I can check the battery on it."
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    #5Garmin Vívoactive HR

    Garmin Vívoactive HR
    Garmin Vívoactive HR is a GPS smartwatch with wrist-based heart rate. It has a sunlight-readable, high-resolution and colored touchscreen with built-in sports apps perfect for running, biking, swimming and more. 

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    Patricia Wallace
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I wanted to like this Garmin Vivoactive HR, but I was turned off the Garmin brand when I had an awful GPS from Garmin. I will not purchase another product from them."
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    #6Garmin vívofit Fitness Band

    Garmin vívofit Fitness Band

    The Garmin Vivofit Fitness Band is a wearable device that tracks and learns the user's activity level and assigns a personalized daily goal. It displays steps, calories, distance and monitors sleep.


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    William Chapman
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "Being active doesn't always mean taking a lot of steps, so I needed something to measure my heart rate and calories burned while playing racquetball. Unfortunately, this device doesn't measure heart rate, which prevents it from being useful during physical exertion that doesn't involve a lot of stepping. I'm disappointed."
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    #7TomTom Running Watch

    TomTom Running Watch

    TomTom Running Watch is a GPS running watch that tracks a user's running distance, pace, calorie burn, etc. It also features training programs for setting goals. TomTom data can be uploaded via Bluetooth.


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    Chan Jiang
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "I wanted a smartwatch to wear while playing racquetball. The TomTom Running Watch was in my price range so I decided to give it a try. I haven't had a problem with any of the features so far. The screen is big which makes it easy to read. The only downside to the watch is that the face is so large which gets uncomfortable sometimes. Overall it has been a solid purchase."
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    #8Garmin Vivofit 2

    Garmin Vivofit 2

    The Garmin Vivofit 2 is a smartwatch with a fitness tracking function. It has an auto-sync function that allows the device to be paired with 3 mobile devices at strategic times and can be paired with a heart-rate monitor chest strap.


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    Billy Armstrong
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "Garmin Vivofit 2 is Garmin's answer to the Fitbit and it is actually cheaper but just as good. I have both and the Garmin is honestly a little bit more my style so I end up wearing it more. The LED on the watch face is very bright so its easy to read in the daylight as well."


Best What are the best wearable devices for racquetball
1Zepp Tennis Swing AnalyzerElectronics 24 Paid
2Garmin Forerunner 230Electronics 20 Paid
3TomTom TouchElectronics 20 Paid
4Garmin VivosportElectronics 14 Paid
5Garmin Vívoactive HRElectronics 11 Paid
6Garmin vívofit Fitness BandElectronics 5 Paid
7TomTom Running WatchElectronics 4 Paid
8Garmin Vivofit 2Electronics 1 Paid

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