Editors' Choice

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

Kate Spade Scallop Touchscreen review

The Kate Spade Scallop is Kate Spade’s first fully-touchscreen smartwatch for women. It runs Wear OS, has a large 1.19-inch display, and is extremely customizable. At almost $300, however, it certainly carries a… See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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Polar M430 Review

  • Excellent fitness stats
  • Personal coaching for running
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Built-in GPS
  • Heart rate sensor
  • Outdated design
  • Notifications are terrible
  • Software lacking in certain areas
Our Score 7

Casio G Shock GPR-B1000 Rangeman Review

  • The toughest watch out there
  • GPS and solar charging make a great combination
  • Wireless charging if needed
  • Simple controls and menu system
  • Cool, tough looks
  • Large size makes it unsuitable for all wrists
  • Expensive

Tag Heuer Connected Modular 41 Review

  • Perfectly sized
  • Luxury build quality and materials
  • Strong performance
  • Excellent screen visibility
  • Expensive
  • Wear OS still disappoints
Our Score 8

Suunto 3 Fitness Black Review

  • Reasonable price tag
  • Sleek, stylish design
  • Comprehensive companion app
  • Adaptive Training Guidance gives real advice
  • Comfortable to wear, even when exercising
  • Doesn’t continuously track steps while in…
  • Screen can scratch easily
  • Buttons accidentally activate sometimes
Our Score 7

Kate Spade Scallop Touchscreen Review

  • Beautiful design
  • Interchangeable watch straps
  • Slim, lightweight case
  • Large display
  • Durable
  • iOS capabilities are limited
  • Less than a day’s battery life
  • No NFC or GPS
Our Score 8

Mobvoi Ticwatch E Review

  • Great value for money
  • Heart rate sensor
  • GPS
  • Colorful and fashionable design
  • Poor battery life
  • Poor screen visibility in sunlight
  • Body feels cheap
Our Score 6

Misfit Path Review

  • Beautiful design
  • Lightweight and comfortable
  • Affordable
  • Misfit Move is a sensible addition
  • Can only use one button for functions
  • iPhone notifications are limited
Our Score 8

Garmin Forerunner 645 Music Review

  • Offline music playback
  • Extensive fitness tracking capabilities
  • Doesn’t require a tethered smartphone for its…
  • 5- to 7-day battery life
  • Expensive
  • Buckle showed wear and tear after two weeks
Our Score 7