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14/12/2021

If you want the best smartwatch, you're looking for a real jack of all trades. You need a watch that'll monitor your health, track your efforts when exercising, last for a long time between charges, have useful tools like flashlights and timers and, perhaps most importantly, come at a reasonably low price.

Here at TechRadar, we've tested all the best smartwatches on the market, including offerings from all the biggest companies as well as up-and-comers and smaller names, allowing us to rank them definitively so you know which to consider.

We've tried everything, from top-tier Apple Watches and Fitbits to Garmin watches and Tizen-sporting Samsung watches. There's also Wear OS, which is Google's own wearable operating system in the vein of Apple's watchOS and, spoiler alert, you’ll see it show up in a lot of these devices.

If you're buying the best smartwatch for you, it's worth looking into getting the best phone for you too, as there's sometimes added functionality depending on the handset you've got, though some smartwatches don't even need a phone to connect to.

You should note that certain smartwatches are limited in compatibility to certain phones. For example, you won't be able to use an Apple Watch with one of the best Android phones.

Compatibility is one of the main things you should consider when buying a smartwatch, but also check whether it has the features you need, be that GPS, an ECG, or good battery life.

When we review each of the best smartwatches, we consider design, feature set, battery life, performance, fitness smarts, price and more, so whatever factor is important to a purchase, you can be sure we've considered it.

You' can always trust us!
 

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