Review: Amazon Halo is incredibly invasive, but helps you learn about yourself
Amazon certainly raised eyebrows when it announced its Halo fitness tracker. This tracker does what most others are capable of, such as activity and sleep tracking — but it also goes well past that, and crosses well into uncomfortable territory.
There is no getting around it, the Amazon Halo tracker is invasive. But if you get past that, you may learn a bit more about yourself that no other fitness can tell you. Before getting into the incredibly personal tone analysis and photo-based body composition, let’s look at the tracker itself and how it performs as a standard fitness tracker.