Apple made a great smartwatch even better with sophisticated health sensors and a beautiful screen.
The Apple Watch Series 6 may seem like an incremental upgrade, but the introduction of blood oxygen monitoring is a game-changer.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4’s sharp design, smart software and standout health sensor make for a promising upgrade that somehow costs less than last year’s version.
The Apple Watch Series 5 was once our favorite smartwatch. It introduced an always-on display and compass to the company's flagship wearable.
The $159 OnePlus Watch is a convincing first-generation wearable, offering a long battery life and responsive OS. It’s the best cheap smartwatch for Android users right now.
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 Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 brings back the rotating bezel — plus a few other tricks — right to your wrist.
The Nothing Ear (1)’s transparent design will grab your attention, but it’s the comfy fit, balanced sound, useful features and low price that will hold it.
The Garmin Lily is a fashionable, midrange smartwatch with a great display and useful health tools for female users.
The Garmin Enduro is smaller, more stylish and less expensive than the fenix 6 Pro Solar, but it’s still meant for a niche market
The Fauna Memor Havana audio glasses won't change your mind about this kind of product, even if it's stylish and practical to use.
Designed for the scatterbrained among us, the Samsung Galaxy SmartTag is smarter than the average key finder.
This Garmin GPS watch for endurance athletes gets a long battery life, built-in music and mobile payments.
The Fitbit Versa 3 ($229) is an attractive mid-range smartwatch with advanced fitness tracking and reliable battery life.
The JLab JBuds Frames can add speakers and a mic to any pair of glasses, but with poor sound it’s a better concept than it is a real product.
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.
The Fossil Gen 5 LTE looks great and lets you leave home without your phone, but you’ll pay for it with your wallet and with Wear OS’s faults.
With next-gen refinements, the Huawei Eyewear II are an expensive but generally well-designed piece of smart tech, although they won't replace your earbuds.
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 rugged Amazfit T-Rex is an outdoor GPS sports watch with impressive battery life that you can get for less than $150. But its bulky design and limited smarts might not be for everyone.
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.