Editors' Choice

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

Garmin Fenix 5X Plus review

With onboard music, full-color topographic maps, and new sport metrics, the Garmin Fenix 5X Plus sets a high bar for GPS smartwatches. Find out how it can help boost your performance in our Fenix 5X Plus review. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Mobvoi Ticwatch S Review

  • Solid performance
  • Large and vibrant display
  • Affordable
  • Standard day-long battery life
  • Massive on smaller wrists
  • No NFC
  • Looks cheap, no interchangeable bands
Our Score 6

Suunto 9 Smartwatch Review

  • Intelligent battery modes provide up to 120 hours…
  • Abundance of performance metrics
  • High-resolution, touchscreen display
  • Innovative FusedTrack motion-based tracking
  • Comfortable fit
  • Limited control over notifications
  • No advanced sleep analysis
  • Confusing software options
Our Score 8

Casio Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20 Review

  • Useful outdoor features
  • Solid GPS functionality
  • Clever dual-layer display
  • Wear OS offers better user experience over 2.0
  • Daylong battery
  • No heart-rate monitor
  • Expensive
  • Bulky design, still not fully circular
  • Fickle charging cable
Our Score 6

Diesel On Full Guard 2.5 Review

  • Eye-catching, bold design
  • Interactive crown for software control
  • NFC for Google Pay
  • Strong line-up of bands and case finishes
  • Compatible with new WearOS
  • Still uses the Snapdragon 2100

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

Fitbit Charge 3 Review

  • Lightweight case
  • Seven-day battery life
  • Sleek, stylish design
  • Touchscreen display
  • Interchangeable watch straps
  • Not fully compatible with iOS
  • No built-in GPS

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

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