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Whoop Strap 2.0 review : A wearable that proves we should all be training like the pros

Whoop proves we should all be training and recovering like the pros, regardless of our fitness-based aspirations. The price tag will immediately rule out most

HTC Vive Tracker preview: Turns baseball bats, guns and more into VR controllers

2016 might not have been the year of virtual reality everybody had previously predicted, but it set the stall for future innovations. And unlike failed

Hands on: Mio Slice review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The Mio Slice may not be the most exciting looking wearable on the planet, but it does do something different to every

​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

Hands on: TCL Moveband review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The Moveband won’t blow you away with stunning design or standout features, but for not a lot of money you can nab

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,

And finally: Apple Watch Series 3 could move vital feature to make it even slimmer

Merry Christmas you lovely, lovely people. We hope you’ve enjoyed tucking away the turkey and mountain of sprouts, but have every intention of putting that

The big ​VO2 Max test : Fitbit, Garmin and Jabra go head-to-head

We put three wearables up against the sports lab There’s been an increasing focus on VO2 Max from the latest fitness wearables, with Garmin, Fitbit

Bose SoundSport Pulse review: Fine sounding sports earphones

In the current age of wearable technology it can be tempting for manufacturers to shove as many sensors and features into their products as possible.

Fossil’s Winter 2016 collection : Emporio Armani, Diesel and Kate Spade

Up close with the latest additions to Fossil’s collection of designer wearables Fossil Group, worthy winners of our Fashion Tech Collection of the Year award

Amazfit Arc review : If cutting costs is a top priority, look no further than Arc

Huami’s on a roll this year. The Chinese company has already released the Amazfit Moon Beam and Equator wearables, which weren’t perfect but fantastically eye

Which Samsung Gear smartwatch should you buy?

We give you the lowdown on all the best Samsung smartwatches Ever since the original Samsung Galaxy Gear was unveiled back in September 2013, we’ve

Fitbit Flex 2 v Fitbit Flex : To upgrade your fitness tracker or not?

Fitbit began its journey with clip-on trackers but its first wrist device, the Fitbit Flex, was a major turning point for the company. It led

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

Garmin Approach X40 review : The first true everyday golf wearable impresses

We’re big fans of the Approach X40 and it’s become our go-to golf watch. While elements of the shot tracking and advanced scoring are too

​The best wearable payment devices : Put the bank card down and pay with your body

Wearables aren’t just for showing smartphone notifications and tracking your fitness (or lack of it): a growing number of them are adding contactless payments to

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

Cheap Smartwatches Under $40 Ranked Best to Worst

Always wanted a smartwatch, but the Apple Watch is out of your price range? A plethora of smartwatches from a squadron of obscure Chinese vendors

Asus Zenwatch 3 Review : Stylish Midrange Smartwatch

THE GOOD Good battery life Attractive design Customizable watch faces THE BAD No heart-rate monitor Lacks GPS VERDICT Though it lacks GPS and a heart

The best kids trackers : Using wearables for child safety

Never lose track of your little ones again with GPS trackers for kids big and small Thanks to advances in GPS technology, keeping track of

Withings Health Mate : Essential guide – Tips and tricks for Withing’s lifestyle app

When we’re talking about how good a piece of fitness tech is, it’s easy to focus only on the hardware. But if you’re serious about

The best wearables for real time coaching

Skip the personal trainer and let these wearables give you that extra edge We know that fitness trackers and sporty wearables are great at showering

Fitbit Charge 2 v Fitbit Charge HR : Battle of the fitness trackers

The Fitbit Charge 2 has arrived, one of two new devices from the company, joining the swim-friendly Fitbit Flex 2. The Charge 2 does many

Polar M450 review

THE GOOD: The Polar M450 has GPS and can accurately measure speed, distance, route and altitude of your rides. It’s water-resistant, has long battery life

Apple Watch Series 2 v Fitbit Flex 2 Comparison : Swimming

We spend some serious pool time with the two waterproof wearables After years of users asking for it, Fitbit finally gave the world its first

Suunto Spartan Sport review : Suunto’s sleek multisport GPS watch is let down by some big bugs

The worrying reality here is that in trying to keep up with the aesthetic changes of the competition Suunto has become a bit of a

Huawei Fit Review : Budget Smartwatch Meets Fitness Tracker

THE GOOD Elegant watch face Simple design Smartphone notifications Inexpensive THE BAD Touch screen too sensitive Awkward layout for text on screen VERDICT If you

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

Luxafor Flag Review

The Pros Lights up to show your work status; Easy to use The Cons Your colleagues may not obey it; Can’t move between devices Verdict