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The best GPS running watches – UPDATE 2017

The best running watch or GPS sports watch is a really personal choice and depends on the amount of detail and stats you want from

Apple Watch Series 2 v Garmin Vivoactive HR: Which is best for you?

The Apple Watch Series is undeniably more fitness-focused than its predecessor, so it’s no surprise that it might come into the equation for anyone looking

Best cycling watches and tracking wearables to look out for – Update 2017

Become a better cyclist with these wearable devices We’re used to seeing runners strap on GPS watches, but now the best cycling watches and trackers

Best wearable tech for triathlon training: Wearables for triathletes to make that swim-bike-run prep a bit more bearable

Whether you’re going for a big run in the park on your lunch break or you’ve decided to sign up for an Iron Man, triathlons

Garmin Forerunner 235 guide: Everything you need to know about the running watch

Garmin manages to cover an impressive amount of the wearable spectrum — offering everything from dedicated golf watches and swing analysers to everyday fitness trackers

Best fitness trackers 2017: Fitbit, Garmin, Misfit, Withings and more – Eat, sleep, walk, repeat with these top activity bands

The best fitness trackers are no longer just cheap, plasticky activity bands. We now have new activity bands from the likes of Fitbit, Garmin, Withings

The best running apps for hitting your goals and smashing your PB

Whether it’s for your smartwatch or smartphone, these are the best apps out there Choosing a good running app is still one of the cheapest

Garmin Fenix 5 review : The king of multisport watches is back with a bang

The Garmin Fenix 5 is a still a superb multisports watch, which successfully packages up every element of Garmin’s incredible array of specialist devices. For

Big test : The best fitness trackers for cycling tried and tested

We strap on five cycling-friendly trackers Fitness trackers aren’t just for running. For those of you who prefer to get your calorie-busting workouts done on

​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

The best smartwatch 2017: We choose between Apple, Samsung and more

Picking the best smartwatch for you among the plethora of brand new devices is increasingly tough. Gone are those horrible lumps of plastic and the

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

Heart rate monitors : Chest straps v wrist

The big bpm heart rate debate settled If you’re looking to get serious with sport, heart rate training is essential. But should you be looking

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

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

How to buy…a sports watch

It’s a tough task, counting your steps every time you hit the pavement – not to mention taking your pulse and timing your PB as you

Garmin Forerunner 35 Review

The Garmin Forerunner 35 might not be a looker, but it does offer a solid all round running watch experience. It covers the basics well

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

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

Best GPS Watch 2016

While some fitness trackers are starting to incorporate location information, more serious athletes are making the investment in dedicated GPS watches. Even the most basic

Best smartwatch 2016 Review

Picking the best smartwatch for you is tougher than ever, given the breadth of choice on offer. With Samsung and Apple innovating and a strong

Best Garmin watch : Choosing the right device for your needs

Garmin has an impossibly large selection of running watches, but how can you choose which is best for you? With watches aimed at beginner runners

Best cycling watches and tracking wearables to look out for

We’re used to seeing runners strap on GPS watches, but now the best cycling watches and trackers will keep tabs on distance, pace and even

Garmin Edge 820 Review

PROS Huge customisation options Excellent navigation Plenty of mounting options ANT+ compatibility CONS Poor touchscreen calibration Ropey Bluetooth connection Companion app is difficult to use

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

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.

Garmin Forerunner 35 first look review : A feature-packed running watch on a budget

With the Forerunner 630 serving up advanced running metrics at the top end of the Garmin GPS running watch family, the Forerunner 35 (natural successor

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

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

Top 5 Smart Watches for Under $200

Whether you think smartwatches are pretty impressive or still need to get smarter, you have to concede that the battle for consumers’ wrists has gotten intense.