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The Sentiment Analysis of key attributes from the reviews is summarized as follows:
It's really good-looking and the choice of colours makes it even more stylish to suit each individual, haptic feedback is a real boon and it compares really well with rivals in the same price range
If you’re looking for a simple step counter that can also track your sleep and notify you when you have a call or text, the Misfit Ray will do the trick.
The round-faced Misfit Shine 2 clashes with most watches – people don't want two circles on either wrist – which is why the Ray heralds an all-new design
It’s probably the best looking, most comfortable fitness tracker available, eclipsing even the excellent Fitbit Alta in terms of minimalist style
The sleek Misfit Ray is waterproof to 160 feet deep, tracks steps and sleep, and can be used to control smart home gadgets. Not bad for $99.
The Misfit Ray combines top-notch fitness and sleep tracking with one of the best-looking designs we've seen.
An undeniably attractive tracker that’s just too pricey and basic.
Misfit's tube-shaped Ray fitness tracker looks stylish and gets the job done, but it does too little for what it costs.
A useful fitness tracker shows you your progress with just a glance at your wrist
The Misfit Ray will do the job if you can accept you'll need to do a bit more to achieve your goa