By Todd Bernhard on Wed, 01/06/2016
The Apple Watch is not the best fitness and sleep tracker. It's also hefty and pricey, and it needs to be charged nightly. On the other hand, fitness and sleep trackers like the FitBit are small, cheap, and comfortable for sleeping or working out. But they don't provide the kind of utility that a smartwatch does. Now, Adidas has developed a fitness tracker with smartwatch capabilities it thinks will bridge the gap. The company lent me the miCoach FIT SMART ($150) and it does have a lot to offer, at least for fitness purposes.