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Waterproofing and wearables : Here’s what you need to know

‘Is it waterproof?’ That’s up there with ‘what’s the battery life?’ and ‘does it look any good?’ as the first questions that get asked when

Polar M600 Review : Better Smartwatch Than Running Watch

THE GOOD Smartwatch notifications Accurate GPS, heart rate monitor Easy-to-use Polar Flow app THE BAD Bulky Disappointing activity features Short battery life VERDICT The Android

The best GPS running watches : Whatever your needs, check out our selection of top running watches

The best running watch or GPS sports watch is a personal choice and much depends on the amount of detail you want from your runs.

Which Fitbit tracker should you buy? Style, budget and fitness levels?

Fitbit continues to be the most popular wearable tech brand and for good reason. Its fitness trackers are easy to wear, simple to use and

Fitbit Blaze essential tips and tricks

The Fitbit Blaze remains our favourite fitness tracker despite stiff competition from newcomers like the Garmin Vivosmart HR+ and trackers including theMisfit Shine 2 and

Jawbone UP3 v Fitbit Charge HR : The best activity wearable

Fitbit or Jawbone – what activity tracker should you be rocking? Jawbone versus Fitbit has been the big battle of the fitness tracker genre since

Basis Peak Review – Great, But Wait To Buy

THE GOOD Comfortable attractive design Tracks sleep Comprehensive data Built-in heart rate monitor THE BAD Not all features available at launch Doesn’t track distance VERDICT

Fitbit Surge v Garmin Vivoactive HR : Battle of the fitness watches

We spend some time getting to know the GPS-packing, activity tracking wearables. The Fitbit Surge is the daddy of the Fitbit trackers. The Blaze might

Fitbit Charge 2 release date, news and rumors

A refresh to a classic. It’s confirmed there are brand new Fitbit devices coming later this year and the rumors point toward a new version

Which Fitbit is right for me?

Fitbit is no stranger to the activity tracking market. It’s been kicking around for a good few years now, sitting at the top of its

Garmin Forerunner 735XT Review : Triathlete Triple Threat

THE GOOD Can track running, swimming and biking Very accurate location info Comprehensive Garmin Connect app Excellent battery life THE BAD Expensive Heart rate could

The Gear Fit 2 is Samsung’s best wearable yet

A more stylish design and the addition of GPS tracking make it something we can recommend. Samsung has made plenty of wearables over the years,

Fitbit Charge and Charge HR tips : Get more from your fitness tracker

Amp up the stats from your Fitbit activity tracker with these top tips The Fitbit Blaze and Alta may have just landed, but that doesn’t

Best sports watches 2016 : The best GPS watches to buy today

While wearables and smartphones are offering more ways to track health than ever, there’s still a place for the powerful and accurate GPS sports watch.

Waterproofing and wearables : Here’s what you need to know

Should you take your fitness tracker or smartwatch for a dip? We explain it all ‘Is it waterproof?’ That’s up there with ‘what’s the battery

Fitbit tips and tricks : Get more from your Flex, Charge HR, Blaze and Surge trackers

Fitbit has been in the activity tracking field a lot longer than many of its competitors and its experience brings one of the best fitness

Fitbit Blaze v Fitbit Surge : Battle of the fitness watches

Updated : helping you decide which of Fitbit’s watches is right for you The Fitbit Blaze is the company’s first fitness tracker that promises to

Garmin’s Vivofit 3, Vivoactive HR Close Gap with Fitbit

Garmin is looking to further fill out its line of fitness accessories — and challenge Fitbit’s supremacy — with two new fitness trackers: the $99

Which Fitbit should you buy? Fitness trackers compared

Which Fitbit should you buy: Do you go Surge, Alta, Blaze or Charge? Each of the brand’s fitness bands compared Want to get fit? Of course

​Garmin Forerunner 235 review : We put Garmin’s new running watch with heart rate monitoring through its paces

The Garmin Forerunner 235 is a solid running watch that blends top sports metrics with excellent daily activity tracking and a lovely design. It’s disappointing

GymWatch review : A muscle-building wearable that’s weak at the software knees

The GymWatch is proof that wearables can cater for niche audiences and with all the running and cycling-friendly trackers out there, it’s refreshing to find

Garmin Forerunner 630 review

There’s always the concern that with so many features on board, the Forerunner 630 would lose sight of its core features as a sports watch.

Fitbit Charge HR – UPDATED review

A decent fitness tracker, the Fitbit is a good indicator of overall health, but don’t confuse it for a scientific training assistant. Lack of GPS

Microsoft Band 2 review: Still flawed, but a step in the right direction

You really can’t accuse Microsoft of phoning it in when it built the original Band. Between jamming 10 different sensors into a glorified wristband and

Best GPS watch for running: 8 great wearables that accurately track running distance and time – GPS sport watch group test

There is no better way of getting fitter, stronger or faster than – well – training. And training gets a lot more effective if you

Epson Runsense SF-810 review: An ideal companion for long-distance running

WHAT IT IS, WHY IT MATTERS The Epson Runsense SF-810 is a watch that, as the name may suggest, is built for runners. It includes

5 Smartphone Accessories to Enhance Your Workouts

The days when a cell phone was a device only used for making phone calls are far behind us. Today’s modern smartphones are capable of

Asus VivoWatch review

Hit Good price Excellent battery life Useful heart rate LED Miss No notifications No distance/GPS/sports App needs work The Asus VivoWatch seems to be the

Polar M400 review

Pros Tracks GPS, heart rate and daily fitness Slim and light for GPS tracking Excellent features for price Cons No underwater heartrate monitoring No route

Moov review

Pros Insightful real-time analysis Accurate distance tracking Comfortable fit when worn around ankle Cons Lack of third party app support Too many companion apps Too