Fitness Trackers

The Amazfit Neo

The Neo also seems to be a fairly capable fitness tracker on paper, featuring around-the-clock heart-rate monitoring, activity tracking, sleep tracking, and 5 ATM water resistance. There’s no onboard GPS for avid runners though, but the Neo does support basic… Read More ›

Oura Ring Review

I was prepared to hate the Oura. But after wearing it for a month, I now acknowledge that things rich people like are very nice. It’s not exactly a fitness tracker, but rather a small, smart, and most of all… Read More ›

The Coros Vertix

Adventure calls your name and you need a watch that will respond with you. The VERTIX GPS Adventure Watch provides the features and durability you need to take on even your dreams’ grandest expeditions. The longest battery life, extreme durability… Read More ›

The Charge 4 is already outdated

Take your goals further with a health & fitness tracker that packs built-in GPS for pace and distance, 24/7 heart rate tracking and more into a comfortable wristband. On pre-order, ships by April 13, 2020… More here. Releasing a tracker… Read More ›

HONOR Band 5

One thing I wanted to do while I was sick was to check my oxygen saturation. There are no finger style meters available anywhere and the only one I could find that could be delivered soon was the HONOR Band… Read More ›

TIMEX® IRONMAN® R300 GPS

We know there’s no finish line. That’s why we built our TIMEX® IRONMAN® R300 GPS watch for constant improvement. Overbuilt but not overpriced, this smartwatch is packed with a powerhouse battery, guided workouts from elite athletes and coaches, continuous optical… Read More ›

The Fossil Sport- £89!

Smartwatches powered with Wear OS by Google are compatible with iPhone® and Android™ phones. Wear OS by Google and other related marks are trademarks of Google LLC. Touchscreen smartwatches powered with Wear OS by Google require a phone running Android… Read More ›