The display shows the time, steps taken, calories and the number of NikeFuel points earned. Its simplicity is part of the appeal for those looking for an easy-to-use fitness tracker.
Cons: It’s the priciest of the bunch, yet it doesn’t track sleep patterns. Nike won’t reveal how it calculates NikeFuel points. In my tests, this one seems to have the shortest battery life of the four, lasting about a week.