Smartwatch Reviews

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We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in smartwatchs.

Apple Watch Series 4 review

Apple already ruled the smartwatch market with the Apple Watch Series 3, but the Series 4 elevates it to new levels with more screen, a sleeker design, and even an world-first electrocardiogram app that lets you keep… See Full Review »

Our Score 10

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Armani Exchange AX Connected Review

  • Subtle design
  • Wide range of attractive colors
  • Comfortable to wear
  • No defining Armani features
  • Short battery life
Our Score 6

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active Review

  • Good fitness-tracking capabilities
  • Excellent display
  • Beautiful, simple design
  • Comfortable and lightweight build
  • Decent battery life
  • Limited capabilities when used with non-Samsung…
  • No rotating bezel
  • Limited third-party apps
Our Score 8

Huawei Watch GT Elegant and Active Review

  • 42mm Watch GT is a good size
  • Great design
  • Good casual fitness features
  • Long battery life on the 46mm model
  • Works with iOS and Android
  • Higher price
  • Shorter battery life on the 42mm model

Garmin Marq Review

  • Unique, highly-targeted features
  • Varied designs
  • High quality build and materials
  • Unusual
  • Potentially too focused for wide appeal
  • Inability to choose preferred design

Fitbit Versa Lite Review

  • Lightweight
  • Supports smartphone notifications
  • Solid fitness features
  • Clean, simple design
  • Affordable price
  • No onboard GPS
  • Not fully compatible with iOS
  • No music streaming or storage
Our Score 8

Casio Pro Trek WSD-F30 Review

  • Comfortable and stylish
  • Range of sensors and tools for outdoor use
  • Good battery life, with extended modes
  • Second LCD screen works well
  • Wide-range of apps compatible with the watch
  • Expensive compared to some rivals
  • Charger is proprietary, and not very secure
  • Wear OS can be buggy, still needs work
Our Score 7

Nubia Alpha Review

  • Unusual, sci-fi-type design
  • Long battery life claims
  • Gesture controls are unreliable
  • Old Snapdragon 2100 processor
  • Very large for small wrists

Oaxis Timepiece Review

  • Minimalist design
  • Two sizes to suit most wrists
  • 30-day battery life
  • Notification support is poor
  • No workout tracking
  • Screen integration doesn’t suit the design
  • Manual activation of the heart rate sensor
Our Score 5