Way before fitness trackers got smart, there were pedometers that simply tracked the number of steps you took each day. While that’s definitely one metric that can be useful for checking in on how healthy you’re keeping, there are many more — whether it’s heart rate tracking, counting the calories you burn in a workout, or checking how well you’re sleeping. This tracker might have an entry-level price, but it’s no slouch when it comes to functionality, tracking your heart rate, sleep duration, distance walked, calories burned and allowing you to log workouts. It works best when you connect it via Bluetooth to your smartphone and use the accompanying app, as it uses your phone’s GPS to record a map of your run or cycle route, and you can also set it to notify you of any incoming calls, alerts or messages. With a long battery life (up to 15 days) and an integrated USB plug so no need for a separate charger, it packs a lot of features into a small space.