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​The best waterproof fitness trackers (2017)

Looking to find the best fitness tracker for swimming? We might just be able to help. For many people looking for a pool-friendly wearable, the

1More Capsule review

PROS Handles mids and highs well Solid build quality Comfortable fit CONS Not enough tip options Bass could be more powerful KEY FEATURES Dynamic drive

Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch Classics review

If you want a beautiful watch that doesn’t look like a smartwatch, the Classics comprehensively ticks that box. As far as smarts are concerned, it

MyKronoz ZeTime Hands-on Review

KEY FEATURES 1.22-inch 240 x 240 TFT display Traditional mechanical watch hands Rotating crown 3-axis accelerometer and heart rate monitor 200mAh battery 3-day battery life,

Timex IQ+ Move review : Very basic – but maybe that’s enough for you

The Timex IQ+ is definitely one for the watch lovers. It shines in design, with accurate step and sleep tracking, but that’s all you’re getting.

The best running watches and fitness trackers for women

From step counting to marathon training, these wearables have got your back We still get asked a lot which GPS sports watches for women are

Misfit Vapor guide hands-on review : An understated smartwatch with some fitness extras

Everything you need to know about Misfit’s new smartwatch Misfit has added another smartwatch to the ranks with the Vapor, the first device in its

A look at Fossil’s Spring 2017 collection : Q Accomplice, Modern Pursuit and more

CES 2017: Fossil brings the class to Vegas What’s that – you thought launching 100 wearables in a single year wasn’t going to be possible?

​Withings Steel HR review : Smart compromise

Withings has made a watch that walks the line between smartwatch and analogue timepiece with impressive skill. As a fitness tracker it’s among the most

Hands on: Misfit Vapor review

OUR EARLY VERDICT Misfit’s first smartwatch could be a great choice for fitness fans who want a tracker which can do a little bit more

Every Fossil Group designer wearable launched in 2016 – Getting to 100: Michael Kors, Diesel, Armani, Kate Spade & more

At Baselworld back in March, Fossil Group announced it would launch 100 wearables from eight of its fashion brands, in 40 countries and 20 languages,

Misfit Phase review : Minimal design, tactile smarts

The Misfit Phase is an elegant new vessel for Misfit’s activity tech, and a beautiful watch in its own right. Notifications take a bit of

Polar M200 review : An affordable, unassuming watch that does more than you’d think

Don’t be fooled by the unassuming look – the Polar M200 is a capable budget running watch, especially when working with Polar’s training program. If

Misfit Phase : A guide to Misfit’s first smart analogue watch

Every detail about the Misfit Phase in one place Misfit recently announced its first smartwatch, the Misfit Phase, which marries analogue style with notifications and

Skagen Hagen Connected review : A smart analogue watch that’s beautifully brilliant at the basics

The Skagen Hagen Connected is a beautiful analog smartwatch that has a few tricks up its sleeve. The notifications feel limited, but that’s the nature

Fossil Q Wander review : Android Wear in a stylish Fossil package still needs some work

The Fossil Q Wander is certainly a fashion statement but it may not be for everyone. You get a ‘real’ looking watch but not all

Misfit Phase Hands-on Review : A beautiful smartwatch in disguise

The first thing to note about the Misfit Phase is that there’s no giveaway. The buttons on the side might suggest there’s more to this

TomTom Touch review : A promising fitness tracker that falls short

On paper the TomTom Touch is a decent tracker, but the devil is in the detail, and it didn’t quite shine on our wrists. Usability

Best smart analogue watches 2016 : Withings, Mondaine and more

What’s the difference between a smartwatch and a smart analogue watch? They might sound like the same thing, but there’s a way to tell the

Fitbit Flex 2 review

Waterproofing is easily the most exciting bit of the Flex 2, and that’s about it. The wearable doesn’t have any other standout features making it

Every Fossil Group designer wearable launched in 2016 so far

Getting to 100: Michael Kors, Skagen, Misfit, Kate Spade & more At Baselworld back in March, Fossil Group announced it would launch 100 wearables from

The wearable tech contenders chasing China’s health and fitness boom

Will Apple and Fitbit make a mark or leave Xiaomi and Huami to clean up? If ever there was a sure bet, it’s the health

Mio Fuse Review : Are you sporty enough to wear the Mio Fuse?

HIGHS Comfortable to wear Accurate heart rate monitor Water proof LOWS Has two apps when one is more preferable Bluetooth syncing problems Too big for

Skagen Hagen Connected hand-on

KEY FEATURES Activity tracking Smartphone notifications Smart button Coin-cell battery Manufacturer: Skagen Review Price: £185.00/$277.50 HANDS-ON: THE SKAGEN HAGEN CONNECTED IS ONE SUPER-STYLISH SMARTWATCH Skagen

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

The best Pebble Time and Pebble Time Round watch faces

So you have yourself a Pebble, Pebble Time or Pebble Time Round. You’ve charged it up, figured out the tricks and downloaded our edit of

Fitbit Charge 2 Review : This Redesigned Tracker Shines

THE GOOD Interchangeable band Accurate heart rate monitor Great app Good battery life THE BAD Not swim resistant Hard to see display in sunlight VERDICT

Fitbit Flex 2 first impression : Swim-friendly tracker makes a splash

Fitbit Flex 2 is the first swim-proof fitness tracker from the company and we can almost hear the collective sigh of relief. In the face

Amazfit review : Excellently designed but needs a lot of work before it’s wrist worthy

The Amazfit activity tracker lives up to its promise of being simple to use and lovely to look at while remaining affordable. It’s clear the

Speedo Shine 2 first look review : Misfit fine tunes its swimming credentials

Misfit has had the upper hand on Fitbit and Jawbone by opting to make its fitness trackers waterproof. After teaming up with Speedo for the