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CNET Jun 18, 2014

The Lifeband Touch, LG's crack at a smart fitness band, has moments of promise, but just doesn't add up to an experience that's useful or fun compared with the competition.

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Tom's Guide Jun 10, 2014

While the LG LifeBand lets you start and stop workouts and control music right from your wrist, this fitness tracker is far too limited in form and function.

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Digital Trends Jul 12, 2014

LG’s Lifeband Touch tracks all the right vitals and looks sharp, but a weak display that becomes almost useless in the sun will prevent serious athletes from considering it.

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TechCrunch Jan 6, 2014

The Life Band Touch features a clasp-less design that stays on your wrist essentially by hugging it firmly, sort of like how the Jawbone UP works. It has an LED readout, however, which means you can get information on the fly, like in the Fitbit Force.

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SlashGear Jan 6, 2014

The LifeBand Touch is a little thicker in places than other wearables we've seen, but the interface is straightforward ...

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Pocket-Lint Jan 7, 2014

Although LG has been touting this gadget for some time, we can't help feel that it's not going to make that much of an impact when compared to more traditional or more agile sports brands already sniffing around the genre.

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TechRadar Jan 9, 2014

Featuring a not insubstantial break in the ring to allow you to put it on, the design oddity is compounded by the fact the screen element is so much heavier.

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Phone Scoop Jan 8, 2014

Its standout feature is the OLED touch screen that responds to swipes and touches. It's less ambitious than Samsung's Galaxy Gear, but also less cumbersome to wear. We took a quick look at how it works, including its companion app.

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T3 Jan 13, 2014

While the LG Lifeband isn't the best looking fitness tracker we've seen, the fact that it can be used with LG's heart rate monitoring earphones certainly puts it at an advantage.

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phoneArena Jan 8, 2014

On the surface of it, the LG is a water-proof fitness band with a built-in accelerometer and altimeter. It's easy to use, as you simply use taps and swipes to operate it and navigate through functions.

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Business Insider Jan 12, 2014

At its core, the LG Lifeband Touch is an activity tracker that is compatible with apps like MapMyFitness, RunKeeper, MyFitnessPal, and Withings. And the OLED display is actually a touch screen.

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MobileBurn Jan 8, 2014

The Life Band Touch looks like a product LG showcased but never revealed last year. However, it stands out from the other smart accessories on the market.

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