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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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

Marc Jacobs Riley Hybrid Review

  • Unique design
  • Large watch face
  • Easy to use app
  • Affordable
  • Bulky, uncomfortable case
  • Watch strap isn’t interchangeable
Our Score 6

A.B. Art Touch X Review

  • Many designs and color combinations
  • Sapphire crystal
  • Gesture controls are unusual
  • Reasonably priced
  • App isn’t very pretty
  • Smart features are basic

Mondaine Smart Helvetica Review

  • Understated, classy design
  • Beautiful use of Helvetica font
  • All the smart features you need
  • 2 year battery life
  • Unisex case size
  • None

Sequent Supercharger Review

  • True automatic movement
  • Extensive smart features
  • Reasonably priced
  • Varied colors and straps
  • No battery needed (needs to be tested)
  • No sapphire glass