With wearable tech seeing growing popularity, demand for fitness trackers is increasing.

The market is flooded with a variety of fitness tracking devices and more are expected to hit the shelves as this burgeoning market continues to expand to keep pace with consumer demand.

While plenty of options are at consumers' disposal, that gives rise to the dilemma of which fitness tracker to purchase. To resolve this conundrum, we take a look at some of the popular fitness trackers such as Basis Peak, Jawbone UP24, Withings Pulse O2, Fitbit Charge and the Microsoft Band to help you choose the best wearable.

Basis Peak

The Basis Peak sports a 1.25-inch touchscreen display. The fitness tracker is water resistant - IP68 (5ATM). It also has a built-in 3-axis accelerometer, sensors to measure galvanic skin response and skin temperature, as well as an optical heart rate sensor.

It is Bluetooth 4.0-enabled and offers 4 days of battery support. It is compatible with Android and iOS.

It is available for $199.99.

Jawbone UP24

The Jawbone UP24 fitness and sleep tracker band is splash resistant so one need not worry about sweat damaging the device. The Idle Alert and Smart Alarm features aid in reminding you to get up and move if you've been still too long and waking you up at the optimal time, respectively. The Smart Coach feature also guides you properly and you get updates on the calories burnt and steps taken. It also has a tri-axis accelerometer

It is Bluetooth 4.0 compatible and offers 14 days of battery support. It is compatible with Android and iOS.

Jawbone UP24 is available for $129.99.

Withings Pulse O2

The Pulse O2 has a large touchscreen OLED display with a resolution of 128 x 32 pixels.

The Pulse O2 fitness and sleep tracker not only updates you on the calories burned and steps taken, but it also has an instant heart rate monitor. The fitness device also offers a daily recap of the duration and distance run by you. It also provides inputs on the blood oxygen levels.

It offers 14 days of battery support. It is compatible with Windows, Android and iOS.

This wearable is available for $119.95.

Microsoft Band

The Microsoft Band sports a 1.4-inch color touchscreen display with a resolution of 320 x 106 pixels. A plus is that the device's display is easy to read in harsh sunlight. The fitness tracker is water resistant - IP54.

The GPS-enabled device also houses a 2x 100mAH Lithium-ion battery, which offers support for two days of usage. It also has a built-in accelerometer, gyroscope and a heart rate tracker.

The Bluetooth 4.0-enabled Microsoft Band also has a galvanic skin response sensor, which measures the user's stress levels. It also has a UV monitor and features help from voice assistant Cortana. Additionally, it supports calls and texting and is compatible with Android, Windows and iOS.

It is available for $199.99.

FitBit Surge

This fitness tracker has a 1.25-inch monochrome touchscreen LCD display with backlight capability. It is water resistant - IP68 - and the battery is powerful, offering support for nearly seven days. The FitBit Surge also offers Bluetooth 4.0 support and is GPS-enabled. It also has music controls.

The wearable supports calls and texting and is compatible with Android, Windows and iOS. It is available for $249.

The fitness trackers offer many of the same features so it depends what the consumer is looking for. If price is your concern, then the Microsoft Band is a good option. For those concerned about how long the battery will last, then the Jawbone UP24 or Pulse O2 is a good bet.

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