The Speak Plus is a triple threat, giving you a dashcam, directions and Alexa in one, but it's on the pricey side.
The Garmin Vivosport is a GPS-enabled activity tracker with features you typically find on higher-priced sports watches.
The Garmin Forerunner 25 is a solid no-frills running watch for new runners. It doesn't do a lot, but what it does, it does well.
Garmin’s Vivomove HR is an attractive timepiece, but its smart fitness-tracking features leave a lot to be desired.
Huawei’s budget fitness band sports accurate GPS, heart rate sensor and sleep analysis in a Fitbit-like package.
Polar's solid A370 fitness tracker offers continuous heart rate-monitoring, connected GPS and deeper sleep insights.
With a built-in heart-rate monitor and storage for music, the TomTom Spark 3 Cardio + Music is the best GPS watch for those who want to track their heart rates and listen to music while working out.
Garmin's 360 camera records video in 4K, and also can overlay all sorts of data, including your speed, altitude, and heading.
A refreshed design, larger screen and enhanced activity capabilities make the Fitbit Charge 2 an excellent midrange fitness tracker.
With more than 20 hours of battery life, the ability to track almost any activity and a durable design, the Garmin fenix 5 is the outdoor GPS watch to get.
The Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR is a durable GPS watch that tracks a lot of activities, but its heart rate monitor could be more accurate.
New Balance’s Android Wear-powered RunIQ smartwatch trips over its limited features, poor interface and short battery life.
Though it’s expensive, the Whoop Strap is worth the price for actual or would-be athletes who want to maximize performance and minimize illness and injury.
The Amazfit Pace is an inexpensive GPS watch with a lot of features, but the finer points need some work.
The Garmin Forerunner 35 is a perfectly capable GPS watch with a heart rate monitor and smartphone notifications, but seems overpriced for what it offers.
The Suunto Spartan Ultra is a durable watch for serious athletes, but a poor app and a lack of key activity-tracking features mean it's not worth the price.
While it looks a bit bland, the inexpensive Polar M200 is a capable GPS running watch with both a heart-rate monitor and smartphone notifications.
The E Ink display on the inexpensive Withings Go lets you quickly see how close you are to meeting your day’s goals.
If you want to receive all your smartphone notifications on your wrist along with fitness-tracking features in an attractive, simple package, the Huawei Fit is worth considering.
The Pebble 2 + Heart Rate is a great low-cost alternative to other smartwatches, but the fitness-tracking features are fairly limited.
Unless you're specifically focused on losing fat or building muscle, the Fitbit Charge 2 is probably a better option for a relatively inexpensive fitness tracker.
If you want to track your activities with an inexpensive fitness tracker that doesn't look like one, you'll appreciate the $99 Fitbit Flex 2.
The Amazfit is beautiful, but good looks don't cut it even when you're looking for an entry-level fitness tracker under $100.
With a built-in heart rate monitor, accelerometer and storage for music, the Samsung Gear IconX earbuds are packed. Just don't expect long battery life.
The Nevo Balade Parisienne is a good-looking fitness-tracker watch, but its app isn’t well-thought-out.