Apple Watch 3The Apple Watch 3 remains a fantastic smartwatch. The Series 3 has a bright, high-quality screen, built-in GPS, waterproofing, optical heart rate monitoring and well over a day of battery life, plus all the things that make the Apple Watch 2 great, like a stylish design, water resistance and enough fitness features to cater to most users. It's a great all-rounder then, with style and substance, suited to both the office and the gym. There's even an LTE model – though at a higher price. And of course, being an Apple Watch, it works perfectly with iPhone.
Garmin Forerunner 935The Forerunner 935 is built for athletes rather than people who want to buy a latte with a swipe of their wrist gear. However, it does deliver notifications, music control, weather reports and a smattering of apps through the Connect IQ app store. Most of these are sport-related, but there are a few games and little digital utilities too. Lo-fi smarts and ultra-low display power consumption also mean the Forerunner 935 lasts up to two weeks off a charge. GPS, an altimeter and a super heart rate sensor add up to a fantastic runner's or cyclist's watch.
Apple Watch Series 4Ideal for IOS users who are ready to spend a fortune, the Apple Watch Series 4 packs a lot of functionality that is certainly worth the money. It is an upgrade from the series 3 with the electrocardiogram app being the most outstanding feature. It is water resistant and can handle depths of upto 50 metres. In addition, it records your heart rate, altitude changes and has an in-built GPS. This model has a larger screen than previous Apple watches and it is Bluetooth enabled. Finally, it is compatible with multiple workout plans and it has a reminder that asks you to get active.
Kate Spade Scallop 2The Kate Spade Scallop 2 smartwatch has been engineered using the latest technology, so the profile is neat and slim. The screen measures 1.2-inches and is encased in a body that is 42mm wide. There are several different strap options, which emphasize the scallop design, and variations on the gold body color available. The Scallop features a way to customize the watch face according to the animated faces or preferred colors, which is called into action using the button beneath the crown. The watch has Google's Wear OS operating system, so connects to Android and iOS devices, a heart rate sensor, GPS, and NFC for Android Pay.
Michael Kors Access RunwayThe Michael Kors Access Runway is aimed toward a fashion-loving female audience by combining an iconic silhouette with next-evolution technology, but it can also be classified as unisex for those who want a smaller smartwatch on their wrist. It has an undeniable high-end look that works as a statement wearable cast in gold-tone stainless steel and powered by Wear OS by Google. It offers NFC for Google Pay, GPS, a heart rate sensor and water resistance are all present, which means you can take your fitness more seriously with this stylish watch too.
Skagen Falster 2The Skagen Falster 2 smartwatch portrays minimal style and looks far from a chunky sports watch. The 40mm, stainless watch body is available with 20mm leather and magnetic steel mesh strap options, both stylish and impressive. It features a 320 x 320 OLED screen and a rotating crown with two customisable pusher buttons on either side. It also features heart-rate tracking and built-in GPS which come in handy during working out sessions. It's water resistant to 30m so you can wear it to the shower or to swim and sync to Google Fit.
TicWatch E2The TicWatch E2 is an amazing android smartwatch for active users. It has a 24 hour heart rate monitor to keep track of your activity, and a unique self-activated sports tracking feature that is perfect for athletes. It also comes with swim-style detection if you love underwater sports, and it's waterproof up to 50m deep. The watch has built-in GPS for outdoor adventures, and a strong 2 day battery life between charges. It can easily be connected to your Android or iPhone, and control it via the built-in Google Assistant feature. You can even customize it by switching out the face or straps, so it matches your personality and preferences.
Fossil SportThe Fossil Sport Smart Watch is the perfect choice if you need a multi-functioning device. It has a Heart Rate tracking feature which is amazing for active people, and can be connected to your smartphone so you can receive call and text notifications. It is also GPS enabled, and has an impressive touchscreen functionality you can use to interact with the device. The smartwatch also has customizable watch faces to match your preferences, and a reliable 24 hour battery life. It is compatible with Android OS 4.4+ and iOS 9.3+, and it's even bluetooth and Wi-Fi connected for extra connectivity.
Samsung Galaxy WatchThe bigger 46mm rendition of the watch accompanies an extraordinary four day battery life notwithstanding when you're utilizing it broadly. That is great considering a ton of different watches last a day or so from one charge. The rotating bezel remains a feature of exploring around the Tizen OS on the watch, and the interface is one of the simplest to understand on a smartwatch. Applications accessible on the watch are more restricted than Wear OS or watchOS - two adversary smartwatch OS's - but despite everything Samsung offers a good fitness watch that has a great design and offers great functionality.
Fitbit VersaThe Fitbit Versa has a friendly, smoothed-off design and has 50-metre water resistance which lets you wear the Versa in the shower and swimming pool too without fear of it getting spoilt. The battery of the Fitbit Versa lasts 4+ days and it also features activity, sleep and heart rate tracking, notifications, apps & more. If you take your phone out for a run, the Versa can "borrow" its GPS signal for full tracking. The Fitbit Versa also features a Philips Hue app which enables smart light control from your wrist.