Fitness Gifts: Add tech to fitness fantastic
Going for a run is great and it's even betetr if you can track every step.
If you know someone who spends time in the gym, field or running the streets, here are some perfect gift ideas for them.
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Xiaomi Mi Band 3
We waited a long long time for Xiaomi to land in Ireland, but when they finally did, they brought a lot of stuff with them.
The Xiaomi Mi Band 3 will help you track your workouts and also keep you connected to your digital world with notifications. You can pick it up on the high street in Three stores nationwide or from Amazon.co.uk.
€30 on Amazon.co.uk
Soundcore Spirit X Sports Earphones - By Anker
When you're picking wireless earphones you have a lot of things to consider. If comfprt while playing sports is a factor, you need to consider these.
We're currently testing these wireless earphones and have been blown away by their comfort and sound quality. Of course, we shouldn't be surprised, they're made by Anker
Available from €40 on Amazon
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Fitness audio seems to be an inescapable loop of in-ear buds with odd designs to try achieve some kind of comfort for the wearer. The Jabra Move go the other way and return to over-ear headphones
These are brilliant headphones, with great audio quality but also incredible comfort. They sit tight on your ears to the point where they're not too tight but also not going to jump off as you run
Around €40 on Amazon.co.uk
Nokia Steel HR
Wearables are becoming incredibly popular these days. Still, many refuse to adopt them because they don't look like traditional watches or because they do too much at the expense of battery life.
TThe Nokia Steel HR is the perfect option for someone looking for a wearable fitness tracker that looks subtle and classy.
Around €200 on Amazon.co.uk
his year's Apple Watch transcends what we all thought watches could do. With a medically approved ECG built in, this was a wearable which literally could save lives.
With many wearables now on the market, if you're an iPhone user, or know someone who is, the Apple Watch is really the only choice.
If you're looking to save a few bob, you can also still purchase some of the older models directly if you follow Neal's advice.
Starting at €309 from Apple