Tech review: As a gadget watch, LG Lifeband Touch needs a purpose
Tech » Fitness tracker nags too much and doesn’t work well for outdoor workouts.
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THE BRIGHT SIDE
Its battery lasted as long as promised — five days on a full charge. But other fitness trackers offer similar functions, often at lower prices.
THE CASE FOR IT?
If it’s meant to be an outdoor fitness device, then it needs a display that works outdoors. If it’s meant to encourage you to work out, then it needs to avoid nagging and let you work exercise into your schedule.
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