Let’s Get Technical – The Top Running Devices

Wearable technology to make your run more fun and efficient

Fitbit Versa 2: $250

A premium smartwatch packed with advanced health, fitness and convenience features including Amazon Alexa built in, Spotify, always-on display mode, new sleep features, voice-enabled commands and improved battery (6+ days).

Available at: www.fitbit.com


Huawei Watch GT 2: $320

A great smartwatch for both active sports enthusiasts and those who want to live a healthier lifestyle. Includes sleep and heart rate monitoring, automatic stress test, 15 sport modes, various watch faces, storage for up to 500 songs and bluetooth phone connection.

Available at: www.consumer.huawei.com


Jawku Speed: $200

Track your speed and get the competitive edge you want with this wearable tech product. Using an downloaded app, this device will measure your speed, agility and reaction time.

Available at: www.jawku.com


Garmin Forerunner® 245 Music: $420

Track your runs and more with this sleek, lightweight smartwatch. Includes built-in sports apps, heart rate and VO2 monitors, pulse ox sensor, adaptive training plans and up to 6 hours of music. Also measures running dynamics and syncs with music streaming services.

Available at: www.garmin.com


Stryd Shoe Pod: $325

Use this ingenious shoe pod to account for speed, slope, run form, fatigue and wind to deliver perfect pacing. Helps you run at the right intensity with real time feedback. Pair with your smartwatch for a comprehensive running tool to meet your race day goals.

Available at: www.stryd.com

Jabra Ear Buds: $180-$260

These sweat-proof ear buds will keep you rockin’ through your workout! Features include true wireless stability, a 5 hour battery life, HearThrough technology, fingertip controls and customizable sound. Available in multiple styles and colours.

Available at: www.jabra.com