We're constantly hearing different theories on fitness trackers, but researchers at Cleveland Clinic wanted to finally put an end to the discussion and determine the most accurate wrist-worn trackers that also monitor heart rate. In the study to end all studies, the Apple Watch came in first place with 90 percent accuracy, but here's how it all went down.
The study, which was recently published in JAMA Cardiology, tested how popular wearable devices measured heart rate by looking at the calories burned during exercise.
A test of 4 models looks at whether you can trust the devices to monitor your heart rate during exercise
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