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Mobvoi Ticwatch S review

Mobvoi Ticwatch S review

Mobvoi’s Ticwatch S is one of the most affordable Wear OS smartwatches on the market. For $160, you’ll not only get built-in GPS but also a heart-rate sensor -- adding more capability to your workouts and daily activity tracking. But are the features enough to look past the unique design? We take a look in our review.
Casio G-Shock GBA-800

Casio G-Shock GBA-800 review

Casio G-Shock GBA-800 review

Is there still a place for a simple activity tracker? Casio has shown there is, provided it looks nothing like a basic fitness band at all. This is the GBA-800, a watch in the classic G-Shock style with activity tracking technology inside. We’ve been wearing it.
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Polar M430 review

Polar M430 review

Primogenitor of the heart rate sensor, Polar has fallen behind other fitness tracking companies like Fitbit and Garmin in recent years. With waterproofing and a large suite of fitness tracking tools, does the $200 Polar M430 have enough to leverage Polar's strengths for a new market?
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Garmin Forerunner 645 Music review

Garmin Forerunner 645 Music review

Garmin’s latest wearable, the Forerunner 645 Music, is a full-featured fitness tracker that doubles as an impressive smartwatch. Featuring offline music streaming and storage, as well as the ability to make contactless payments, it’s a true jack-of-all-trades.
Smart Baraka review

Smart Baraka hands-on review

Smart Baraka hands-on review

You want to wear a fitness tracker, but not one that only looks good with gym-wear? This is the Smart Baraka, made by Italian men’s jewelry-maker Baraka, which will look equally at home in the office as it will in the gym.
Hyperlite Mountain Gear Shell review

Hyperlite Mountain Gear Shell hands-on review

Hyperlite Mountain Gear Shell hands-on review

A hands-on review of The Shell, Hyperlite Mountain Gear's ultralight, tough, and technical jacket. Made with Dyneema and eVent technology, this jacket performs excellently in rain or shine.
Nokia Steel HR review

Nokia Steel HR review

Nokia Steel HR review

In our Nokia Steel HR review, we discuss why this beautiful-looking hybrid watch -- which doubles as an extremely capable fitness tracker -- is worth the money.
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Garmin Vivosport (2017) review

Garmin Vivosport (2017) review

We gave Garmin’s new Vivosport a test run and what we discovered was a GPS multisport smartwatch hiding in the body of a fitness band.
Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro review

Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro review

Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro review

Sleek and stylish in design, Samsung’s latest wearable improves its impressive Gear line of fitness trackers, and our Gear Fit2 Pro review explains how.
Fitbit Ionic Review

Fitbit Ionic review

Fitbit Ionic review

Fitbit just entered the smartwatch industry. Our Fitbit Ionic review puts it through its paces to see if it's worth a $300 investment.
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Beautyrest Sleeptracker review

Beautyrest Sleeptracker review

Highly accurate? No. But the Beautyrest Sleeptracker is still a good way to improve your sleep.
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Garmin Forerunner 935 Review

Garmin Forerunner 935 Review

In our Garmin Forerunner 935 review, we discover a fitness GPS watch that’s heavy on functionality but light on the wrist.
FitBit Blaze review

Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch review

Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch review

Capable of counting steps and calories with ease, Fitbit's Blaze activity tracker is among the best fitness bands on the market.
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Fitbit Alta HR fitness tracker review

Fitbit Alta HR fitness tracker review

The Fitbit Alta HR isn’t the end-all be-all of fitness trackers, but its heart-rate monitor and sleep tracking make it a great fit for casual athletes.
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Whoop fitness band review

Whoop fitness band review

Garmin vivofit fitness band review

Garmin Vivofit 3 review

Garmin Vivofit 3 review

polar m450 review

Polar M450 review

Polar M450 review

Fitbit Flex 2

Fitbit Flex 2 review

Fitbit Flex 2 review

Garmin Vivoactive HR

Garmin Vivoactive HR review

Garmin Vivoactive HR review

tomtom touch

TomTom Touch review

TomTom Touch review

TomTom Spark 3

TomTom Spark 3 review

TomTom Spark 3 review

Mio Fuse review

Mio Fuse review

Mio Fuse review

Uno Noteband

Uno Noteband review

Uno Noteband review

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Polar A360 review

Polar A360 review

Upright Posture Wearable

Upright posture training wearable review

Upright posture training wearable review

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Fitbit Surge review

Fitbit Surge review

Microsoft Band 2

Microsoft Band 2 review

Microsoft Band 2 review

With the Microsoft Band 2 wearable -- a smartwatch with strong fitness tracking and health monitoring features -- the company has fixed the design flaws that made the first Band so hard to wear. But design dings and downright disasters leave this product dead in the water.
Epson Runsense SF-810

Epson Runsense SF-810 review

Epson Runsense SF-810 review

Polar Flow

Polar Loop 2 review

Polar Loop 2 review

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Garmin Vector 2 power meter pedals review

Garmin Vector 2 power meter pedals review

Polar A300

Polar A300 review

Polar A300 review

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Wearable Body Metrics Hexoskin review

Wearable Body Metrics Hexoskin review

Razer Nabu X

Razer Nabu X review

Razer Nabu X review

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TomTom Golfer review

TomTom Golfer review

Section Editor, Mobile

Joe Maring is the Section Editor for Digital Trends’ Mobile team, leading the site’s coverage for all things smartphones, tablets, and wearables. Since joining the industry in 2012, Joe has reported on the latest mobile tech news, reviewed countless devices, and worked with other writers to help them find the angles that matter.

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