Latest smartwatch reviews
Huawei’s advanced health tracking hardware has been packed into new premium materials, and the result is a little bit special.
Garmin's latest basic watch can do a lot more than you might think, with a battery life that can last forever - literally. Here's our full verdict.
Does the larger screen and smaller amount of bezel on the Apple Watch Series 7 make it a must-buy wearable, or is there little reason to upgrade?
The cheaper Apple smartwatch could be the wearable for the masses. It's far more affordable than the S7, but does that mean key features are missing?
Samsung's latest smartwatch features a return to Wear OS - is it still the best option for Android phone users? Here's our verdict.
We put Huawei's run-focused smartwatch through its paces in this comprehensive review. See how we grade the design, performance and battery life.
Our comprehensive review of Garmin's luxury outdoor watch, the Epix 2. We test out the design, performance and battery to see how it stacks up.
Huawei's 2021 release fitness-focused smartwatch has some great tracking abilities and a stunning sleek look. So what's it missing?
This is a great hybrid watch that pairs physical hands with a nice and clean finish, but also hides a useful little display for stats tracking.
With a bling design this smartwatch won't be for all, but if it suits your tastes then it's got great features. It's not the one for workouts though.
Fossil's sixth-gen model packs a more powerful processor, but is still waiting for the new software to arrive so isn't as complete as it could be.
Ceramic and titanium combine in a powerful sports watch. It's got tracking capabilities to rival Garmin and the style vision to compete with Samsung.
Casio's first Wear OS-powered G-Shock is here, but is it any good?
Huawei's Watch 3 heralds the beginning of something new for Huawei: HarmonyOS's time has come, but is it any good?
Citizen has an attractive brand in the world of analogue watches, but does it's smartwatch do enough to justify calling it truly 'smart'?
Mobvoi's budget fitness tracker has added a few extra sensors, but compromised on the screen. So how does it stack up?
Huawei has come up with a sort of smartwatch and fitness tracker hybrid, which is a solid proposition.
OnePlus' first attempt at a smartwatch is severely flawed. We explain why in our in-depth review.
With a patterned lens over a greyscale touchscreen and a super-small design, is the Garmin Lily a smartwatch that women really want? Here's our review
The Lite version of the Summit comes at Montblanc level cost, no surprises there, but is a massive improvement on the original - with some shortfalls.
Oppo's latest watch is strikingly familiar in appearance, but there's more to it than just being an Apple Watch clone. Here's how it handles.
Huawei's luxe smartwatch is made from titanium, sapphire crystal and ceramics. It also lasts for two weeks on a full charge and is great for fitness.
Offering a premium design and multiple health features, is the Fitbit Sense worth its price tag?
Withings' new hybrid smartwatch does pretty much everything right, and looks great while it does.
The sixth-gen Apple Watch adds more sensors - but do you really need them? We've been testing the top-end Apple wearable to find out.
The perfect smartwatch for Android users who want that traditional look?
If you're after a classic digital watch that's durable and long-lasting - but that can also track your runs - then this could be the one for you.
The fifth-gen Watch features an always-on display and a digital compass - but is that enough to make you want to upgrade or dip in for the first time?
Huawei's 2020 watch includes every kind of tracking you could imagine, is a real looker, and cuts the price over its predecessors too.
The third-gen Tag Heuer smartwatch brings the fashion-meets-tech offering into 2020. If you're after luxury and smart then it's great - but pricey.
Does the addition of heart-rate monitoring make this Casio a killer outdoor sports watch? We've been testing the F21HR to find out...
Skagen's third-gen smartwatch is its best yet. Find out why this could be the Wear OS device for you.
Fossil's 5th generation watch is available in many designs (Julianna & Carlyle HR), but the important improvements are in performance & features.
The second-gen Samsung watch adds some features, but many are pending software updates, so is it worth buying now or waiting?
Once again, Michael Kors and Fossil have delivered a great smartwatch in the Access Bradshaw 2. Here's our review of this fashion smartwatch.
If you aren't compelled by the Series 5's bigger display, there's nothing that should stop you plumping for the Series 3.
With three years out of the game and an entirely different sector to what Moto left behind, can the third generation Moto 360 smartwatch compete?
The second-generation model adds an always-on display (sort of) and new design, available in 42mm or 46mm size options. Stylish and great for fitness.
With built-in Alexa voice control and an Always On display for the second-gen watch, is it the affordable and ideal smartwatch meets fitness tracker?
If you're looking for a sporty but fashionable smartwatch, is the Michael Kors Access MKGO smartwatch the one you should buy?
The original Active has been succeeded by the Galaxy Watch Active 2, but is the older model still worth considering? Here's our review.
Fossil offers numerous brands under its smartwatch umbrella from Michael Kors to Diesel and the latest to join the portfolio is Puma.The Puma smartwat...
The Skagen Falster 2 is one of the best-looking smartwatches out there, delivering true Danish style. Is it the fashion smartwatch to buy though?
With a bigger screen dominating its design, the Apple Series 4 watch upgrades software, processing power, well-being via heart-monitoring and more.
Casio has updated its Pro Trek outdoors smartwatch, giving longer battery, a slimmer package and lots more information.
With a similar design, fewer features but a more accessible price, is Fitbit's Lite Edition the savvy Versa smartwatch purchase to make?
Luxury meets modularity in the Tag Heuer Connected smartwatch.
Nubia billed its Alpha as a wearable phone, but it raises more questions than it answers.
A smart band for your traditional watch, we got our hands on Sony's new Wena
Huawei has departed from using Google's Wear OS, instead opting for its own, but has the Chinese company succeeded with its long-lasting Watch GT?