This GPS watch geared toward triathletes is pricey, but worth the investment.
The ZTE Quartz is a sub-$200 Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch that has a T-Mobile SIM, but this device isn't the bargain it seems.
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 Misfit Phase has an analog face, simple smartwatch features and handy functions, but you'll rely on your phone for detailed notifications and information.
While the Huawei Watch 2 has some useful fitness features, they're still not robust enough for us to recommend this Android Wear watch.
The LG Watch Style helps introduce Android 2.0 to the masses, but fails to make use of all of the features that the software supports.
The LG Watch Sport, the first smartwatch to run Android Wear 2.0, has built-in LTE and GPS and a big, bright display, but it’s too bulky for most people.
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.
The Coach Bleecker smartwatch is a smart wearable disguised as a regular analog timepiece. Those looking for more features will be better off with the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier.
Though it lacks GPS and a heart rate monitor, the affordable Asus Zenwatch 3 sports an attractive design and long battery life.
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 Amazfit is beautiful, but good looks don't cut it even when you're looking for an entry-level fitness tracker under $100.
The fitness-focused Apple Watch Series 2 is an excellent smartwatch for those who want to stay in shape, thanks to its GPS, swim-proof design and brighter display.
The Android Wear-powered Polar M600 is good as a smartwatch, and has built-in GPS, but itꞌs not a great running partner.
The LG Watch Urbane LTE makes and receives calls and messages, and gets notifications without being tethered to your phone, but iPhone owners should wait for iOS compatibility.
If you want a GPS watch to track everything and anything in the great outdoors, the Garmin fenix 3 is the one to get.
The eye-catching Guess Connect smartwatch delivers notifications and voice control to your wrist, but it doesn’t do enough for the price.
With GPS, a heart rate monitor and the ability to play music, the Moto 360 Sport Android Wear smartwatch would seem to have it all, but falls short of expectations.
While attractive, the Fossil Q Founder smartwatch has fewer features than the competition, and its large size will turn off others.
The Pebble Time Round is the sexiest smartwatch yet, but it makes some sacrifices for its good looks.
The ZenWatch 2 is a very affordable, long-lasting Android Wear watch, but its design is on the clunky side.
The Motorola Moto 360 is the most customizable smartwatch yet, and it's a little smarter than your typical Android Wear device.
The Gear S2 combines a slim design, unique twisting bezel and gorgeous screen, but a limited app selection holds it back.
With a bright, sharp display and smooth performance, the Huawei Watch is an elegant, albeit pricey, smartwatch.
The Apple Watch is a versatile smartwatch with a striking design and a rich selection of features and apps, but the watchOS 2 update makes it even better.
Buy the Pebble Time Steel if you want an Android- and iOS-compatible smartwatch with a sleek all-metal design, notification delivery and long battery life.
While it has few frills, the TomTom Golfer GPS Watch does what it does rather well: measuring accurate distances to greens, hazards and layup points.
Combining a color touchscreen, smartphone notifications, 39,000 courses, and swing analysis, the Garmin Approach S6 a great, if expensive, companion for any stats-obsessed golfer.
An intuitive interface, an always-on color screen and long battery life make the Pebble Time a smartwatch worth your time.