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 Garmin Venu is a good fitness tracker and smartwatch thanks to built-in GPS, workout animations and tons of helpful health features.
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.
The $299 Garmin Instinct’s rugged design, precise GPS mapping and practical battery management make it the best adventure watch for most people.
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.
Honor's MagicWatch 2 series caters to many different types of smartwatch owners, thanks to its deep fitness tracking, amazing promised battery life and many other useful functions.
With its slick and durable design, GPS and optional LTE, the Gear S3 Frontier has all the makings of the best smartwatch ever — if only it had more apps.
The Garmin Vivomove Luxe ($499) hybrid smartwatch is a dapper timepiece with a disappointing display.
This inexpensive smartwatch highlights health and fitness and is surprisingly good for less than $80.
Samsung's latest smartwatch takes a fitness-first approach, but it's just as functional out of the gym.
This sleek fitness band packs advanced sensors in an affordable package, but its display and activity tracking could use improvement.
Coros' first triathlon watch is good for hyper-focused athletes, but it's a bit bare-bones compared to more-established brands.
Garmin’s running-focused device just got a whole lot more versatile, with support for onboard music storage.
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.