6 Fitness Trackers More Stylish Than a Rolex

When fitness trackers first took off, men had to make a choice. On the one hand: instant access to cutting-edge healthy living metrics. On the other: looking great. Today, that choice is no longer necessary. Here are six to-die-for fitness trackers that could upstage the nicest timepiece in your collection—yes, even the Rolex.

Apple watch with leather band photo

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Apple Watch 4 Hermès Single Tour Rallye

Apple elevated its flagship smartwatch by framing the stainless steel case with a moto-inspired leather band from Hermès, the 180-year-old French high-fashion luxury brand. While the soft, supple Barenia calfskin leather does infuse the watch with Parisian verve and sporting panache, be sure to swap it out for the more rugged Hermès-orange Sport Band (included) before working up a sweat. Beyond the bands, the Series 4 comes standard with Apple's unrivaled suite of health and fitness capabilities—including GPS, cellular connectivity (hello, streaming music), heart rate tracking, ECG, altimeter, and fall detection—packed into a sleek, understated case with intuitive controls and a lust-worthy display. Très chic! ($1,399; apple.com)

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Analog watch with leather band photo

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Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45

For dandies in search of a more bespoke luxury look, Tag Heuer's new "modular" Connected smartwatch allows them to mix and match a wide array of materials—ceramic, diamond, titanium, gold, aluminum, leather, and rubber—and colors in the crown and bezel, strap, and lugs to create a one-of-a-kind, customized look. Inside, it's packed with all the whiz-bang tech and sensors you need to track your activity, while outside it's 100-percent refined Swiss craftsmanship. (from $1,700; tagheuer.com)

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Withings Steel HR Sport

A small digital screen—just big enough to preview notifications and see daily stats like steps, distance, and heart rate—inset into an analog face is the only sign that this classic-looking timepiece has brains to match its beauty. But, as its name suggests, the updated Sport edition is specifically designed to keep tabs on your fitness, with a built-in heart rate monitor, a connected GPS, and automatic exercise recognition for nearly 40 different activities, so you get credit for every workout, every time. (from $200; withings.com)

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Traditional-looking smartwatch with black band photo

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Montblanc Summit 2

This luxury smartwatch from German watchmaker Montblanc is a thing of beauty, painstakingly crafted with a vibrant, 1.2-inch screen set in a waterproof stainless steel case and protected by hard-wearing Sapphire glass. With its sharp digital display and brilliant colors, the Summit 2 effectively masquerades as a classic mechanical timepiece with built-in complications, even as it runs Qualcomm's lightning-fast new smartwatch-specific Snapdragon chipset (with an impressive 1GB of RAM). That means it never keeps you waiting, whether it's playing music, coaching you through a run, or recording a workout using GPS and heart rate monitor. (from $995; montblanc.com)

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Garmin fēnix 5 Plus

This new flagship multisport watch from Garmin is so incredibly capable at fitness and activity tracking—with offline music storage, multinetwork satellite navigation, and advanced performance metrics—that you can almost miss how utterly luxuriously equipped it is. But customize it with Sapphire glass, DLC (diamond-like carbon), and a titanium case and bands, and it can easily hold its own against high-end products from much older, more established Swiss watchmakers. (from $799; garmin.com)

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Fossil Q Commuter Hybrid Smartwatch

Though it looks like a traditional mechanical watch, the budget-friendly hybrid Commuter keeps you connected like a smartwatch—tracking your sleep and activity, sending you discreet smart notifications, and even controlling the music on your smartphone—but without the hassles of daily charging and manual syncing. What's more, the minimalist face and gunmetal stainless steel mesh strap make this watch stand out from the bracelet-style steel masses, a hybrid that strikes the perfect balance between classic and ultramodern. ($175; fossil.com)

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