Oura Ring Generation 3 review: What I like and don’t like

The Oura Ring probably isn’t like any of the best fitness trackers I’ve used it before. For one, it’s literally a ring, so I wear it on my index finger rather than my wrist. It also doesn’t have any buttons or physical controls.

I’m generally skeptical of untraditional wearables, especially when you’re expected to actually wear them everyday. But after using the Oura Ring Generation 3 for more than a month, it’s joined my Apple Watch 7 as a daily driver. In fact, with advanced sleep metrics and actionable recovery advice, it fills the gap in holistic health tracking my Apple Watch lacks. It could even replace my smartwatch, if I preferred sporting a traditional timepiece.

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