By billing it as the world's most advanced tracker ever, Jawbone has set some pretty lofty standards for the Up3. But with its use of sensors to measures the body's "bioimpedence," the high-end fitness tracker just may live up to its self-proclaimed nickname.
Bioimpedence levels give the Up3 unprecedented amounts of information about your body, such as your heart rate and hydration levels, which allows for more detailed insight than other wearables. The Up3's Smart Coach feature takes all of this data and sends you helpful advice like when to drink water after a workout or when to go to bed based off all your day's activity. The data-collecting sensors are located in a solid piece atop a thin and flexible band which comes in a number of colors and designs.
Beginning today, you can purchase an Up3 of your own over at Jawbone for $179.