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The Best Smartwatches of 2024: From Apple to Android

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Looking to boost your health, train for a marathon, or build muscle? A smartwatch is essential. It tracks sleep duration and quality, monitors heart rate, and even menstrual cycles, aiding your health decisions. Our curated buying guide will help you find the perfect smartwatch.

Top smartwatches to buy in 2024:

TL;DR: Which is the best smartwatch?

The best smartwatch is the one that will cover your needs. On our list, you will find a range of options, from popular smartphone companions like the Apple Watch and Galaxy Watch to fitness-focused brands like Garmin and Fitbit.

As our focus is on showcasing the technology in each device, we don't categorize smartwatches specifically for women or men. Many options on our list offer various case sizes and an assortment of band styles, hopefully aiding you in finding a design that best suits your style.

  1. Buying advice
  2. Our best smartwatch recommendations:
    1. Top smartwatch for iPhone: Apple Watch Series 9
    2. Best Outdoor smartwatch for iOS: Apple Watch Ultra 2
    3. Most affordable smartwatch for iPhone: Apple Watch SE
    4. Best value-for-money smartwatch: Amazfit GTR4
    5. Top smartwatch for Android: Mobvoi Ticwatch Pro 5
    6. Best Android alternative: Samsung Galaxy Watch 6
    7. The ultimate fitness tracking smartwatch: Garmin Fenix 7 Pro
    8. Best smartwatch for runners: Garmin Forerunner 965
    9. Best battery life smartwatch: Withings ScanWatch 2
    10. Best compact smartwatch: Google Pixel Watch 2
    11. Best for sleep tracking: Fitbit Sense 2
  3. How did nextpit choose the best smartwatches?
  4. Is there such a thing as a smartwatch for women?

Buying advice: What are the essential functions of a smartwatch?

Wearable technology, like smartwatches and fitness trackers, offers valuable insights into personal health and fitness. These devices track metrics such as heart rate, sleep quality, and physical activity, enabling users to make informed lifestyle decisions.

For example, monitoring daily steps and heart rate helps in optimizing exercise routines, while sleep tracking can improve sleep hygiene. Additionally, these wearables can remind users to stay active or hydrated, promoting healthier habits.

The data can also be shared with healthcare professionals for personalized health management, making wearables a powerful tool for proactive health and fitness monitoring. Here are some of the most important features of smartwatches to focus in 2024:

  • Smart functions: Smartwatches, designed as extensions of smartphones, offer various features. Most can handle notifications for calls and messages, but replying to messages may be limited to models closely integrated with specific operating systems, such as an Apple Watch with iOS or a Wear OS smartwatch with Android. NFC payment compatibility varies, and a broad app selection is primarily offered by brands like Apple and Samsung, although Garmin also has a well-equipped app store.
  • Mobility: For those who prefer to leave their smartphone behind on short trips, a smartwatch with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and LTE connectivity is essential to stay connected.
  • Ease of use: Consider how the smartwatch is operated. Does it have mechanical options like crowns or bezels, or is it touchscreen-operated? For use in winter or with thick gloves, ensure the watch can be controlled via buttons.
  • Vital Signs & Functions: Beyond measuring your pulse, smartwatches may offer additional health features like blood oxygen and blood pressure monitoring, ECG capabilities, and fitness tracking. For independent jogging, GPS functionality is key. Sports enthusiasts should check for compatibility with accessories like triathlon chest straps or bicycle cadence sensors. Basic features should include telephony, music control, independent music playback, and digital payment methods.
  • Quality and value: Smartwatches can be both functional and prestigious, featuring high-quality materials and waterproofing. The price often reflects the quality of materials and features offered, so consider what aspects are most important to you.
  • Battery life: Longer battery life is beneficial, but it's important to balance this with the physical size and weight of the watch. Consider the right battery capacity (mAh) that meets your needs without compromising comfort.
  • Safety: Modern smartwatches are increasingly incorporating safety features, which can be crucial in emergencies. Some models come with fall detection, sending an alert to emergency contacts if a fall is detected and the user is unresponsive. Others include SOS features, allowing users to quickly contact emergency services with their location. These features can be particularly beneficial for individuals who engage in solo activities or for those with health concerns. It's worth considering these safety functionalities when choosing a smartwatch, as they add an extra layer of security in daily life.
  • Privacy: As smartwatches collect and process personal data, including health and location information, privacy concerns are paramount. It's important to understand how different models handle data security and privacy. Look for watches with clear privacy policies detailing how your data is used and stored. Some models offer customizable privacy settings, allowing users to control what data is shared and with whom. Considering these aspects is crucial, especially for those who are sensitive about their personal data security and privacy.

The best smartwatches we recommend in 2024

Top smartwatch for iPhone: Apple Watch Series 9

Apple Watch Series 9 display in detail
The Apple Watch Series 9 didn't get massive changes but is still one of the most advanced smartwatches for those in the Apple ecosystem. / © nextpit

The Apple Watch Series 9 offers seamless integration with the iPhone, packing advanced hardware and software for those who need to manage daily routines and closely monitor vital signs and fitness.

This device operates on the latest Apple watchOS 10, featuring established health capabilities like ECG, Sleep Stages, Cycle Tracking, and Ovulation Predictions. It also includes safety functions such as Emergency SOS and crash and fall detection.

As a fitness tracker, the Watch Series 9 stands out. If the pre-set workouts don't match your needs, you can create custom ones. The smartwatch automatically detects exercises, helping you quantify the benefits of each session.

Significant efforts have been made in enhancing running metrics, positioning the Apple Watch Series 9 as a top choice for runners aiming to improve their performance. The Health app provides detailed vital sign data, which can be shared with loved ones and doctors, making it an ideal medical companion.

Apple has introduced features for logging medication intake and, in 2023, enhanced accessibility with the double-tap gesture feature.

In summary, the Apple Watch Series 9 is highly recommended for iPhone users who prioritize health and fitness tracking, while enjoying the benefits of Apple's ecosystem integration.

Note: Although an in-depth test of this device is pending in our review, I have personally purchased and used the Apple Watch Series 9 since last September and can vouch for its capabilities.

Best outdoor smartwatch for iOS: Apple Watch Ultra 2

Apple Watch Ultra 2 in a person's wrist being used outdoors
The Apple Watch Ultra 2 is the best watch you can get from Apple in 2024. / © nextpit

Before buying: Read our in-depth review of the Apple Watch Ultra 2

Equipped with all the features of the Watch Series 9, the Apple Watch Ultra 2 adds an extra layer for outdoor sports, filling a gap in Apple's wearable ecosystem. Its robust 49 mm titanium case makes it one of the most durable options on this list. Notably, it boasts a water resistance rating of 100 meters, making it suitable for recreational scuba diving up to 40 meters and high-speed water sports.

In our testing, the Watch Ultra 2 demonstrated extremely accurate fitness tracking, significantly benefiting from the multi-band GPS integration.

Running on the latest version of watchOS 10, its software integration with the iPhone is a major advantage for users within the Apple ecosystem. This feature potentially makes the Watch Ultra 2 a more appealing choice than the Garmin Fenix 7 Pro, another top-tier sports smartwatch.

For safety, the Watch Ultra 2 introduces a siren feature, catering to adventurous users, and includes an effective flashlight. It retains Emergency SOS, fall, and crash detection. Like the Series 9, it also monitors essential health metrics such as heart rate, ECG, blood oxygen levels, sleep stages, cycle tracking, and ovulation prediction.

Most affordable smartwatch for iPhone: Apple Watch SE

Apple Watch SE in a person's wrist displaying the cycle tracking feature
Wearing the Apple Watch SE on the wrist, doing data entry is much more efficient. / © nextpit

Before buying: Read the Apple Watch SE (2022) review

The Apple Watch SE (2022) delivers a seamless and user-friendly experience for iPhone users, offering a cost-effective alternative. It provides easy access to notifications and includes the most essential health data features of the Apple Watch lineup, such as heart rate monitoring, sleep stages, cycle tracking, and medication logs.

Additionally, it boasts key fitness features like a variety of workout options, integrated GPS for standalone use, and automatic exercise detection. Users will also benefit from the same range of safety and emergency features that Apple offers in the Watch Series, including Emergency SOS, and fall and crash detection.

As customizable as the Apple Watch Series 9, this more affordable variant is available in different case sizes and a wide selection of colors and bands, appealing to a diverse audience.

Best Value-For-Money Fitness Smartwatch: Amazfit GTR4

Amazfit GTR 4 smartwatch in a person's wrist
The Amazfit GTR 4 offers a great price-to-performance ratio. / © nextpit

Before buying: read our Amazfit GTR 4 review

When searching for a budget-friendly sports smartwatch for Android device owners with a comprehensive range of functions, we recommend the Amazfit GTR 4—or its nearly identical counterpart, the GTS 4, which features a square instead of a round display. In our tests, the watch displayed precise dual-band GPS and offered valuable health data options.

Its automatic exercise recognition, particularly for exercises like bicep curls and deadlifts, is a standout feature. This function tracks workouts and provides a stress overview of the muscle groups post-exercise, akin to what more expensive Garmin models offer. The GTR 4 and GTS 4 also allow connections to third-party chest straps.

However, there are limitations in smartwatch functionalities, such as restricted notifications from the smartphone and a limited app selection due to its proprietary operating system, which isn't based on Google's open-source Wear OS. This limitation means the absence of mobile payment options and the inability to reply to messages directly from the watch.

Despite these drawbacks, if your primary focus is on sports functions like strength training, heart rate, and blood oxygen level monitoring, the Amazfit GTR 4 delivers a commendable experience with a battery life of up to two weeks. While it supports Bluetooth calls, Amazfit does not offer features akin to emergency calls and fall detection.

The best Android smartwatch: Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 5

TicWatch Pro 5 smartwatch displaying the music controls in the screen
Spotify, WhatsApp, Slack, and Google Maps run without any issues thanks to Wear OS. / © nextpit

Before buying: Read the Mobvoi Ticwatch Pro 5 review

The Mobvoi Ticwatch Pro 5 is our top pick for Android smartphone users seeking a highly versatile smartwatch. It boasts an elegant, high-quality build and features an energy-saving panel that extends battery life, allowing up to one week of usage.

A key feature of the Mobvoi Ticwatch Pro 5 is its support for Wear OS 3.5, granting full access to the Google Play Store with its vast array of apps, watch faces, and more.

In terms of health tracking, the Ticwatch Pro 5 includes both a heart rate sensor and a SpO2 sensor for blood oxygen level analysis. While it lacks ECG functionality, it can still detect issues like cardiac arrhythmias and atrial fibrillation.

Mobvoi doesn't provide its own cycle tracking or ovulation prediction features; these require third-party apps, as is common with most Wear OS devices.

For fitness enthusiasts, the Ticwatch Pro 5 impresses with its accurate VO2 max measurement in our tests. It not only offers a wide range of workout options but also recognizes different muscle groups during training.

The best Android alternative: Samsung Galaxy Watch 6

A person holding the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 and Watch 6 Classic side by side
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic (left) is clearly more bulky than the "normal" Galaxy Watch 6 (right). / © nextpit

Before buying: Read the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 review

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 comes in two variants, with and without a rotating bezel; the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic features the rotating bezel. But besides the different design and user experience, the Watch 6 and Watch 6 Classic are technically identical.

The Galaxy Watch 6 runs with Wear OS 4.0 underneath the Samsung user interface. This means the smartwatch offers compatibility with both Google and Samsung's mature app ecosystems.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 offers robust health and fitness capabilities. It includes a variety of sensors for tracking activities such as sports and daily routines, featuring a bio-impedance sensor for blood pressure forecasts and digital ECG, as well as body fat composition analysis.

This is definitely a strong feature of the Galaxy Watch lineup; however, some functionalities, like blood pressure monitoring, are exclusive to users with compatible Samsung smartphones.

When it comes to menstrual health, Samsung partners with Natural Cycles to offer the cycle tracking feature plus ovulation prediction based on body temperature variability.

The Watch 6 also has a reliable auto-exercise detection feature for workouts, recognizes activities like biking or walking automatically, and includes an integrated GPS for route tracking.

The ultimate outdoor smartwatch: Garmin Fenix 7 Pro

Garmin Fenix 7 Pro display in detail
The Garmin Fenix 7 Pro is nextpit's editors' top recommendation when it comes to sports watches. / © nextpit

Before buying: Read the Garmin Fenix 7 Pro review

The Garmin Fenix 7 Pro offers accurate pulse measurements and tracking options, thanks to its dual-band GNSS support. Available in various case sizes, it also boasts a solar charging feature, which uses sunlight to extend battery life.

Like the Apple Watch Ultra 2, it includes a convenient flashlight function. Those accustomed to Garmin watches will find the five-button control familiar, but the touchscreen offers an alternative control method. When synced with a smartphone, it serves as a tool for emergency contacts.

The device runs on Garmin's own operating system, leading to some proprietary features like Garmin Pay for NFC payments, and potential app compatibility issues with Android and iOS. For menstrual cycle tracking, a third-party app is required.

The Fenix 7 Pro is renowned for its advanced fitness tracking. It incorporates the latest Garmin Elevate V5 heart rate sensor for improved accuracy and supports numerous sports modes, each with specialized functions, such as golf swing analysis and gym exercise tracking.

For outdoor enthusiasts, the watch provides precise tracking and extensive map support, thanks to its dual-band GNSS. It also monitors sleep phases and recovery metrics, offering valuable insights into overall health and fitness.

Ultimate smartwatch for runners: Garmin Forerunner 965

Garmin Forerunner 965 Display in detail
Many of the Garmin Forerunner 965's menu dialogs have been given a makeover. / © nextpit

Before buying: Read the Garmin Forerunner 965 review

We suggest considering another Garmin watch tailored for sports enthusiasts, specifically the Forerunner 965, which stands out as the top choice for runners. This model shows notable improvements over its predecessor, the Forerunner 955, in terms of aesthetics. It features a modernized design evident in new color choices, a titanium bezel, and an upgraded display.

While it lacks a dust resistance certification, the Forerunner 965 boasts water resistance up to 50 meters, similar to the Garmin Fenix 7 Pro. It offers comprehensive support for a variety of sports, making it highly attractive for its accurate and extensive tracking capabilities. This is equally beneficial for indoor activities, rendering it a reliable partner in the gym as well.

Runners, in particular, will appreciate the Forerunner 965's advanced features, including the ability to measure vertical motion and ground contact time during runs, even without the need for a Running Dynamics chest strap. These features are ideal for refining running techniques.

Additionally, the Forerunner 965 introduces two new metrics: chronic load, which represents an average acute load over the past 35 days, and load ratio, providing a comparative view of acute and chronic loads.

However, the watch's smartwatch functionalities are somewhat limited. For example, Garmin Pay may not be widely usable in certain regions due to limited support, and the user experience with the apps could be more intuitive.

Best battery life smartwatch: Withings ScanWatch 2

A person wearing the Withings Smartwatch 2 with the hand in the pocket
The Withings ScanWatch 2 is a beautiful hybrid watch and is available in 38 mm and 42 mm sizes. / © nextpit

Before buying: Read the Withings ScanWatch 2 review

For the first time, our top smartwatch recommendations include a hybrid model. The Withings ScanWatch 2, while offering limited smart features like notifications, excels in health tracking, a hallmark of the Withings brand.

The ScanWatch 2 provides reliable ECG and heart rate monitoring, complemented by its built-in GPS for accurate step counting and fitness tracking. In 2023, Withings enhanced its app and hybrid watch with menstrual cycle tracking and ovulation prediction.

A novel addition to the ScanWatch 2 is its temperature sensor, designed to alert users to potential illness before symptoms are felt, although this feature is yet to be fully verified.

User interaction with the ScanWatch series is streamlined and intuitive, relying solely on the traditional dial and a few gestures. Unlike other watches on our list, its small OLED display offers information in a straightforward, unobtrusive way.

Apart from its scientifically robust health tracking, the ScanWatch 2 stands out with its exceptional battery life of up to 30 days. It's available in two sizes, 38 and 42 mm, and features a classic design, appealing to a wide range of users.

Best compact smartwatch: Google Pixel Watch 2

Front view of the Google Pixel Watch 2 worn on a straight wrist with its screen switched on.
The Google Pixel Watch 2 is compact and designed to fit wrists of any size. / © nextpit

Before buying: Read our comprehensive review of the Google Pixel Watch 2

The Google Pixel Watch 2 stands out for its compact design and seamless integration with the Android operating system. The device offers a wide range of health and fitness features, and compatibility with a variety of apps through Wear OS 4.0.

The latest Google smartwatch features advanced sensors for precise heart rate monitoring and stress detection through skin perspiration analysis. For comprehensive fitness tracking, it integrates with both the Watch and Fitbit apps, offering sports activity monitoring, ECG, sleep tracking, and more.

These features, along with insights into daily fitness and personalized workout guidance, require a Fitbit Premium subscription, which has been a point of debate among users. The watch's diverse sensor suite also tracks skin temperature, blood oxygen levels, and menstrual cycles, making it a multifunctional health device.

Finally, the Pixel Watch 2's attractive design and high-quality build appeal to a broad audience.

Best for sleep tracking: Fitbit Sense 2

The Fitbit Sense 2 in wrist of a person displaying the heart bpm data
The pulse sensor of the Sense 2 is sufficiently accurate for most applications. / © nextpit

Before buying: Read the Fitbit Sense 2 review

The Fitbit Sense 2 is a fitness-oriented smartwatch with an elegant design. Its standout feature is sleep tracking, which is highly accurate and comprehensive, including metrics like sleep stages and heart rate variability. The watch also offers a wide range of fitness and wellness tracking options, including stress management via a cEDA sensor, an ECG function, and a blood oxygen monitor.

However, it has some limitations, such as moderately accurate sensors for pulse measurement and GPS, and many advanced features are accessible only with a Fitbit Premium subscription.

The design is lightweight and comfortable, suitable for day and night wear, and includes an improved mechanical button for enhanced usability. Despite its strong focus on fitness and wellness, the Sense 2's smartwatch capabilities are somewhat limited, offering only a small selection of apps and lacking support for Google Maps—which is a shame, considering it comes from a company recently acquired by Google.

How did nextpit choose the best smartwatches?

Unwrapping, strapping on, and exploring the features for activities like jogging, cycling, and daily use is our standard review process for smartwatches and fitness trackers at nextpit. We aim to provide a hands-on experience as if you were trying the device yourself. Our reviews also consider additional factors.

We assess when the smartwatch was released, its effectiveness for various purposes, and its overall appeal. For instance, both the Apple Watch Ultra 2 and Amazfit GTR 4 received 4.5 stars as fitness smartwatches, making them excellent options for fitness enthusiasts.

A person wearing the Fitbit Versa 3 smartwatch in a workout session
Sports are part of the testing process with our smartwatches! / © nextpit

However, if your preference leans towards a versatile smartwatch with an array of features beyond fitness tracking, these models might not be the perfect fit. As a result, they were not ranked as the top overall smartwatches.

We hope this article helps you in finding the right smartwatch. We're eager to hear your feedback and suggestions in the comments. Also, please let us know which model you decided on or any you would like to see reviewed on nextpit.

Is there such a thing as "smartwatches for women"?

In the evolving world of wearable technology, the design of smartwatches is increasingly reflective of a diverse array of personal preferences and needs, transcending traditional gender norms. While smartwatches were initially seen as gender-neutral, offering functionalities suitable for a wide range of users, the industry is now shifting towards inclusivity and personalization in design and features.

This evolution in the market led to the creation of smartwatches with varied styles, sizes, and features, accommodating not just specific gender-based preferences but also the diverse tastes and needs of all individuals.

For example, options now include models with slimmer profiles, customizable interfaces, and a spectrum of band choices in different materials and hues. These designs consider varying wrist sizes and individual style inclinations, ensuring everyone finds a device that resonates with their personal aesthetic.

Apple Cycle tracking vs Samsung Cycle Tracking
Apple and Samsung offer very competent menstrual health features on their smartwatches. / © nextpit

Moreover, smartwatch manufacturers are incorporating features that address the health and wellness concerns of different demographics. Innovations like menstrual cycle tracking provide valuable health insights, demonstrating the industry's commitment to addressing a range of health concerns.

Importantly, these features coexist with fundamental functionalities like fitness and heart rate monitoring, emphasizing that these devices are versatile tools for health management and daily connectivity.

This inclusive approach in wearable technology signifies a shift towards recognizing and valuing the unique preferences and needs of each user. It moves away from the notion of a "smartwatch for women" to a broader, more inclusive perspective, where the focus is on providing a diverse array of options, ensuring that every individual can find a smartwatch that aligns with their lifestyle, health needs, and personal style.

At nextpit, we test smartwatches to meet people's needs.


Article updated in January 2024 with current pricing. Please note that all previous comments have been retained and may refer to earlier versions of this guide.

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Camila Rinaldi
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With over 10 years of reviewing smartphones and wearables, I recently became addicted to smart home gadgets. Even though I dove into the Apple ecosystem two years back, Android remains as one of my passions. Previously editor-in-chief of AndroidPIT and Canaltech in Brazil, I now write for the US market. I love my records and I believe that the best way to get to know a place is through its food.

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  • igadgetsblog 1
    igadgetsblog 2 months ago Link to comment

    Hi very useful information which helped me a lot thank you


  • Laquisha Hughes 2
    Laquisha Hughes Oct 5, 2022 Link to comment

    Anything you need help with is here

    igadgetsblog


  • Benjamin Levis 3
    Benjamin Levis Apr 27, 2022 Link to comment

    Any training can be made fun if you want.

    igadgetsblogLaquisha Hughes


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    soni singh Sep 10, 2019 Link to comment

    fit bit iconic, but rates are really too good . Right now can't afford it bro .

    igadgetsblogLaquisha Hughes


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    mahikhan Aug 13, 2019 Link to comment

    i ant this

    Laquisha Hughes


  • Sravani Namburi 10
    Sravani Namburi Nov 20, 2018 Link to comment

    Hi very useful information which helped me a lot thank you

    Laquisha Hughesprekyap


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    Loki666 Nov 17, 2018 Link to comment

    Waiting for Mobvoi to release a new TicWatch Pro updated with the new SD 3100 chipset.


    • Laquisha Hughes 2
      Laquisha Hughes Oct 5, 2022 Link to comment

      Me too


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    Koketso Pilane May 14, 2017 Link to comment

    To be honest smartwatches are cool but I never really got the idea of the smartwatch,I have lost interest in them because in my country the are bloody expensive because I could buy a Xiaomi MI5 with the amount of a smartwatch I recently thought of buying,I am sure in some countries they are way...way cheaper.

    Rusty H.


    • Rusty H. 33
      Rusty H. Dec 19, 2017 Link to comment

      If the price continues to come down, I might get one, but for now, I don't see the need to spend 200 or more on "a watch". My phone, when in the car, tells me who' calling, when I'm out of the car, I have a borg implant (BT headset) that tells me who's calling. I've worn a watch since a kid in the early 70's, my huge Casio Illuminator was around 40 bucks, battery lasts for years.

      Dazzler


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    Hamza pro Jan 7, 2017 Link to comment

    if was Micro-SD available in these watches i think it's will be super and amazing watches !!

    igadgetsblog


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    Hamza pro Jan 7, 2017 Link to comment

    i know that asus have a best laptops and best smartphones .. so it's will be having a best watches

    igadgetsblog


    • Hamza pro 5
      Hamza pro Jan 7, 2017 Link to comment

      and I like Android Wear smartwatch and Sony SmartWatch 3

      igadgetsblog


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      Loki666 Nov 17, 2018 Link to comment

      Best laptops? Ok, sure, LOL.

      igadgetsblog


  • VMCD 2
    VMCD Jan 5, 2017 Link to comment

    Are any of these NOT made in China?

    igadgetsblog


    • Russell Smith 3
      Russell Smith Jan 13, 2017 Link to comment

      Is anything not made in China?

      igadgetsblogLoki666Rusty H.


      • VMCD 2
        VMCD Jan 13, 2017 Link to comment

        It's much harder with electronics no doubt... But if you look you can often find items made elsewhere.

        igadgetsblog


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    Craig Lewis Jan 3, 2017 Link to comment

    I got a Martian Notifier watch and love it. While it has minimal functionality, what it does is what I need it to do. And at 30 bucks, it is an excellent bargain!

    igadgetsblog


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    Cezar Ovidiu Jan 3, 2017 Link to comment

    I had the Moto 360 first generation, but it wasn't a great experience. First of all, the gray bracelet got quickly stained from perspiration and became hard, then started to crack, after just 3 months of use. I replaced it with a steel mesh which solved the bracelet problem, after I had to figure out how to fit a regular bracelet which has no gap on the edge. Well, I simply chopped down those tiny plastic lines and it went into position. 3 months later, the plastic cover from the back of the watch started to crack and finaly flew away. In the end I glued it with silicone and I gave it to somebody for free. I mention that Huawei watch was us used in the same conditions as poor Moto 360 and survived unscathed in my job place; I'm a mechanical engineer working onboard container ships. Long story short, I fully recommend Huawei watch over Motorola's to those who want a good, sturdy watch, letting aside other considerents like style or operating system.

    igadgetsblog


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    Cezar Ovidiu Jan 3, 2017 Link to comment

    I have the Huawei W1, the gold edition and I'm very happy with it. I wear it everywere, only at night It will be out of my hand, charging. The gold plating looks good after 8 months and still no scratches on the display. Battery life could be extended till 2 days, depending on the face which you set on. It's an eye catcher! The only downside is that charging has some difficulties, the pogo pins have some positions where they don't touch the charging dots on the back of the watch. It's kind of annoying to fiddle with the charging plate until it will start charging.

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