What are the best wearable devices for tennis?

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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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    Betty Rodriguez
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "I had the chance to try this out and the results were mixed. For started the design of this is pretty simple, slip it over the end of a racket (make sure it's on first) and then use the iphone or android app to track the racket and your performance. The analyzer DOES in fact analyze and the data it retrieves is very interesting to see the intensity and angle of your swing. my negative was there were no instructions, I had to look it up online"
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    #2Garmin 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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    Ann Tang
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "The price point for this watch is fantastic. I really like the slim profile as it looks stylish and doesn't overpower my wrist. Great waterproof design. Of course, there can be more features to make it even better, but for the price, this is great."
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    #3Garmin 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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    Ye Wu
    Written on May 17, 2018
    " heart rate all day and night without an additional strap,Heart rate is not available while swimming SMART NOTIFICATIONS - Set any notification from your mobile device to display when paired with a compatible smartphone.Water rating:5 ATM"
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    #4Fitbit Alta

    Fitbit Alta

    Fitbit Alta is a fitness tracker that allows you to track steps, distance, calories burned, and active minutes. You can track your sleep, set alarms, personalize with interchangeable metal, leather, and classic bands, and get call, text and calendar notifications. 


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    Lawrence Banks
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "If you need a tracker that isn't going to throw you off balance. Than the Alta is perfect with sensors to track everything about you just like minority report sounds fun next they will implant a chip in us. Great tech"
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    #5Fitbit Flex

    Fitbit Flex
    Fitbit Flex is a lightweight rubber fitness tracker that syncs automatically and wirelessly to tablets, computers and 150+ iOS, Android and Windows smartphones. It gives you call notifications, tracks steps, distance, calories burned and active minutes, and it's sweat, rain and splash proof.

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    Sara Simmons
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "Nothing's grosser than wearing a fitness device that gets sweaty and grimy, and being unable to clean it for fear of damaging it. This one can be very lightly rinsed or wiped with a wet cloth. It's functional, discrete, and has tracked my exercise with ease when combined with the app."
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    #6Garmin vívoactive 3

    Garmin vívoactive 3
    Garmin vívoactive 3 is a smartwatch that is suitable for users with an active life. Users can track their activity, create their own custom workouts, make contactless payments, and stay connected with their friends and colleagues. 

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    Bobby Dean
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "The Garmin Vivoactive 3 is a fun little smart watch that can be used by adults and children alike and honestly at a fraction of what it costs to get an apple watch"
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    #7Garmin vívoactive

    Garmin vívoactive

    The Garmin vívoactive is the perfect smartwatch for sports activities. It features GPS integrated and independent from your smartwatch, ultra-thin design and built-in sports applications (run, bike, swim, golf, walk...) and sleep tracking. 


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    Jerry Beck
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "The Garmin vívoactive is one of the best wearable devices that money can buy if you need it for tennis and other sports activities. The Garmin vívoactive come pre-installed with a variety of sports apps, including for tennis, so you will be ready to go right away. This is definitely an amazing device! "
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    #8TomTom 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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    Ananya Chopra
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "I play tennis and I'm looking for a wearable device that has features to record my progress while playing the sport. I don't see that the Tom Tom has anything specific for tennis. It looks like just a general fitness tracker. It also only has 2.5 star overall rating so it doesn't look like it is very good. I will definitely keep searching."
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    #9Garmin Vivofit 3

    Garmin Vivofit 3
    Garmin Vivofit 3 is an activity tracker that lets you capture different activities automatically and view them on Garmin Connect online. It has 1 year battery life, it's comfortable to wear all day on land or in the water, and it syncs automatically or manually with the free smartphone app where you can check your stats.

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    Xiang Wang
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "Garmin activity tracker has been my son's go to device for tennis. It lets him capture different activities automatically and has a very good battery life. It also syncs with other devices with ease so that you can keep track of the activity on any device you use."
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    #10Fitbit Ionic

    Fitbit Ionic

    The Fitbit Ionic is a watch and fitness tracker that helps you reach your goals with dynamic personal coaching, built-in GPS, and continuous heart rate monitoring. It allows you to play more than 300 songs.


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    Hannah Daniels
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "Start dynamic personalized workouts on your wrist with step-by-step coaching. Syncing range: Up to 30 feet. Certain features like smartphone notifications may require Android 5.0+. Syncs with Mac OS X 10.6 and up, iPhone 4S and later, iPad 3 gen. and later, Android 4.4 and later and Windows 10 devices Store and play 300+ songs, plus download playlists from Pandora Use built-in GPS/GLONASS to track pace, distance & routes and get Pure Pulse continuous heart rate tracking & real-time zones Package includes both large and small size bands for the perfect, comfortable fit for all-day & all-night wear Access your favorite apps for sports, weather & more and make payments on the go with a built-in NFC chip Track runs, swims, rides, workouts, all day activity and sleep with 4+ day battery life (varies with use & other factors) Increased pixels & amplified brightness up to 1000 nits, Operating temperature: -4 degree to 113 degree fahrenheit, Maximum operating altitude: 30,000 feet Buy with confidence when your Fitbit product ‘ships from and is sold by’ the following authorized Fitbit retailers: Amazon.com, Heart Rate Monitors USA and Clever Training. Fitbit does not guarantee the quality or authenticity of products purchased from non-authorized resellers on Amazon, and they are not eligible for warranty and replacement from Fitbit "
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    #11Fitbit Flex 2

    Fitbit Flex 2

    The Fitbit Flex 2 is an ultra-thin fitness tracker that lets you track steps, distance, calories burned and active minutes. It comes with both small and large bands, and you can remove the tracker and hide it in bands, pendants, and bangles.


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    Janet Ward
    Written on May 22, 2018
    "Lots of power in such a small device. My favorite feature is the fact that's it's waterproof. I play tennis twice a week and find it easy to keep track of my calories burned and active minutes. I have no problem wearing it in the shower after my workouts. "
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    #12Misfit Wearables Flash

    Misfit Wearables Flash

    The Misfit Wearables Flash - Fitness and Sleep Monitor (Black) is a splashproof and water resistant watch which can track steps, distance, calories, and even light or heavy sleep. It is suitable for everyday use and can sync to most phones.


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    Virginia Jones
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "I received the Misfit Wearables Flash as a gift. It is an entry level activity tracker which has all the basic features such tracking steps, calories, and distances for many sport activities. I love the sleek design but I'm disappointed in the cheap and flimsy quality of its watch band. Within a few days of wearing this device while I was playing tennis, the watch band snapped and fell off. Luckily, the device was still under warranty and I quickly got a replacement. I would not recommend this tracker if you're into active sports like tennis as the watch band breaks too easily."
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    #13Garmin 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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    Jacqueline Myers
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "This has been a very useful sport watch for tracking my sleep, daily walking activity, etc., but it is rather worthless as an indoor workout tracker, being unable to even correctly monitor my numerous times up and down the stairs in our 3 level home in a normal day's passing. It also is a little less than user friendly as to finding the embedded tools, but for the price, it is totally worth it. Reviews, that I found after purchasing it, warned that it isn't useful if you are "a gym rat." Well, I'm not a gym rat, so that's a good thing, but it seems a bit of a super-fail that it can't correctly track the times I climb the flights of stairs in my home. Garmin has given all sorts of excuses as to what I'm doing wrong, but the reality is the device isn't designed to measure elevation changes correctly. It is water resistant, too, but Garmin also warns that it doesn't track swimming well. So there you go. "


Best What are the best wearable devices for tennis
1Zepp Tennis Swing AnalyzerElectronics 40 Paid
2Garmin vívofit Fitness BandElectronics 31 Paid
3Garmin Vívoactive HRElectronics 31 Paid
4Fitbit AltaElectronics 29 Paid
5Fitbit FlexElectronics 27 Paid
6Garmin vívoactive 3Electronics 25 Paid
7Garmin vívoactiveElectronics 22 Paid
8TomTom TouchElectronics 21 Paid
9Garmin Vivofit 3Electronics 20 Paid
10Fitbit IonicElectronics 16 Paid

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