I'm looking for a wearable, preferred a wristband, to track my sleep cycles and wake me up (silently) at the best time according to what it tracks about me.

If it has other features, such as activity/fitness tracking - cool, but that it won't be a must to wear it all day.

Side/on bad trackers won't be very useful for me, since I live with my girlfriend and so we sleep together in the same bad. So it shouldn't be distracted by other people in the room.

I checked this question, but it's a year and a half old, so maybe there are new things on the market that I'm not aware of.

Any recommendations, or jawbone is still the best and maybe the only choice for that? How about the Mi Band? Thanks!

  • Had terrible experiences with Jawbone build quality and customer support, I recommend looking elsewhere.
    – jcam3
    Apr 25, 2018 at 15:12
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    @jcam3 Thanks for your comment, I've missed that - the problem with the build quality was for a specific model, or you heard about it for more than one model? Jun 21, 2018 at 17:12
  • had unresolved issues with the 2 and 3
    – jcam3
    Jun 21, 2018 at 17:14
  • @arieljannai Have you found a device that satisfies your needs? I am looking for the same exact thing but all the mixed Amazon reviews I am seeing about different products are so disappointing. Dec 1, 2018 at 0:19
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    @IgorSoloydenko Unfortunately not yet, but I ordered the Mi band 3 in this Black Friday, and will update what it worth. It's pretty chip so I could test it even without any strong recommendation. Dec 1, 2018 at 0:22

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After hours of searching online I found a device I'm going to give a shot. Withings Pulse HR seems to match the functionality expectations. Feels a bit pricy for the quality (based on the reviews), however.

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  • Nice! True it seems a bit pricy - hope it will be good, and I'd like a feedback after trying, if you can :) Dec 8, 2018 at 14:47

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