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  • Smartwatch Reviews

    Amazfit GTR 2 review: A great value smartwatch with a classy design

    Just $179 buys you the Amazfit GTR 2, and it's much better than the low price suggests, with much needed improvements made to the software over older models.
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    Apple Watch Series 5 review: A near-perfect smartwatch

    It's as good as smartwatches can get today, especially with the new always-on display.
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    Mobvoi TicWatch 3 Pro review: Swift performance, seriously long battery life

    Does cutting-edge Qualcomm hardware finally put it on par with Apple or Samsung?

    Withings ScanWatch Review: In-depth health tracking, day and night

    The ScanWatch looks like a classy hybrid smartwatch, but it hides a list of health-monitoring features.

    Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 review: The (other) smartwatch you should buy

    Samsung's classically designed Galaxy Watch 3 gets almost everything right
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    Casio GWF-A1000 Frogman review: A worthy dive watch

    You don't get notifications on the G-Shock Frogman, but the Bluetooth watch stays true to the G-Shock brand.
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    Mobvoi TicWatch C2 Plus Review: Powered up and ready for 2020

    A sensible internal upgrade and classic good looks make the TicWatch C2 Plus smartwatch a sensible buy.

    Skagen Falster 3 X By Kygo Review: Scandinavian stealth

    Want the sleek smartwatch look, and love a special-edition product? This Falster 3 model is for you.

    Moto 360 review: Classic smartwatch, stunning new design

    No, this isn't the Moto 360 from 2015. The new model looks like the original, but improves on its execution.

    Garmin Quatix 6 Review: So much more than a boat watch

    Garmin's Quatix 6 was built for life on the water, but its multisport features mean it's no slouch on land.
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