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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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

Casio Pro Trek WSD-F30 Review

  • Slimmed down design is a winner
  • Blue color scheme flatters the design
  • Two battery-saving modes are innovative
  • Offline GPS
  • Price

Honor Magic Watch Review

  • Colorful, balanced design suitable for all wrists
  • Strong battery life
  • Built-in GPS
  • Varied strap and color options
  • No U.S. release
  • Shorter battery life than Watch GT

Mobvoi TicWatch S2 Review

  • Fantastic value
  • Tough body and water resistance
  • Heart rate monitor and GPS
  • Good battery life
  • Lacking style
  • No NFC
  • Some software features not available yet
Our Score 6

Mobvoi Ticwatch E2 Review

  • Great battery life
  • Large, bright screen
  • Solid performance
  • Water resistant, swim tracking
  • Affordable
  • Older processor, no NFC
  • Bulky case, only one size
  • TicPulse app struggles to measure heart rate
Our Score 7

Withings Move ECG Review

  • Beautiful design
  • ECG is beneficial (pending approval)
  • Long battery life
  • Affordable
  • Sleep and fitness tracking
  • Watch may be too small for some
  • No support for notifications

Garmin VivoActive 3 Music Review

  • Important safety features are easy to use
  • Everyday wearability
  • 4G LTE connection for SMS
  • Comprehensive activity tracking
  • Verizon-only for 4G LTE
  • No iMessage support

Kate Spade Scallop 2 Review

  • Recognizably a Kate Spade product
  • Great updated design
  • NFC for mobile payments
  • Swim-proof body
  • Heart rate sensor and GPS
  • New button is questionable design update
  • Snapdragon 2100
  • Likely short battery life