Apple made a great smartwatch even better with sophisticated health sensors and a beautiful screen.
With four days of battery life, an attractive design, great fitness features — and did we mention the battery life? — the Samsung Galaxy Watch was a step forward for smartwatches.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 is great fitness-focused Android smartwatch and a worthy Apple Watch rival.
The Garmin Lily is a fashionable, midrange smartwatch with a great display and useful health tools for female users.
The Fitbit Inspire 2 is the best activity band under $100, especially for fitness-tracking beginners. Plus it comes with a complimentary year of Fitbit Premium.
Killer battery life, customizable sound and adjustable fit make these Bluetooth sport buds a must-buy.
Apple's AirPods are magical, but they're not sweatproof. The Powerbeats Pro are the fitness-focused Apple sport earphones we've been waiting for.
The Garmin Venu Sq is a great value for those who want an inexpensive fitness tracker, complete with GPS and long battery life.
The Garmin Vivoactive 4 takes on the Apple Watch with built-in music storage, GPS and sleep-tracking.
Amazon Halo will tell you more about your health than you might ever want to know, so long as an AI-assisted understanding of your overall well-being doesn’t creep you out.
The Fitbit Charge 4 is the best fitness tracker yet, thanks to built-in GPS and helpful new features like Active Zone Minutes.
The Amazfit GTR 2 has limited smartwatch features, but it’s a good activity tracker with battery life that’s hard to beat.
The Garmin Forerunner 745 is a solid choice for a multi-sport watch that offers training insight, though other watches boast a better battery life.
While very cheap, the Letsfit ID152 fitness tracker’s fit on smaller wrists may lead to inaccurate results.
With great battery life, sleep insights, mobile payments and a full slate of features coming with software updates, Fitbit's new smartwatch almost has it all.
The entry-level Garmin Forerunner 45 is a solid workout companion, but it leaves a lot to be desired when it comes to the competition.
With a bright screen, long battery life, accurate course maps and more, the Garmin S60 is a pricey but invaluable aid for tech-minded golfers.
While it's missing some of the snazziest features, the Versa Lite brings the core functionality of Fitbit's Versa at a more affordable price.
A swim-proof design, improved touchscreen and potential for deeper sleep insights make the Fitbit Charge 3 the best all-around fitness tracker for the money.