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Best Smartwatches 2019 – Buyer’s Guide

Best Smartwatches 2019 – Buyer’s Guide

Smartwatches
Although smartwatches have existed for a long, long time, their foray into the mainstream is only recent. With companies like Samsung, Apple, Asus, Huawei, and several others are working day and night to improve the watches, and truly make the experience a lot better. Amidst all this, there lies the consumer mindset that still believes that the traditional, analog watches are way, way better as they are crafted with great precision, as well as perfection. This has led to numerous debates how smartwatches shouldn’t exist, or are considered bane of the wrist watch concept. Still, for people who actually prefer their watches display all the necessary information that comes to their phone, all tied into one ecosystem actually consider smartwatches to be very useful, and following that in
The best smartwatches for 2019

The best smartwatches for 2019

Smartwatches
These are the best smartwatches for everything from fashion to fitness The smartwatch phenomenon began in earnest in 2015, but now it’s in full swing. The latest-and-greatest smartwatches are a big improvement over their unsightly first- and second-generation counterparts. Now we have a number of attractive options from tech companies and fashion brands alike. There is a model for everyone on this list of the best smartwatches — whether you’re a man, woman, or child. We’ve also included a variety of smartwatch operating systems on this list, so you can find the watch that works best with your phone. The Apple Watch Series 4 won our award for the best products of the year. Make sure and check out all our other selections for Best Products of 2018. TL;DR Best smartwatches of 2
The 5 Best Smartwatches for Health and Fitness

The 5 Best Smartwatches for Health and Fitness

Smartwatches
Did you know that aside from the obvious fitness trackers and wearables, there are smartwatches that do the same thing just as well? It’s true, and there’s actually a difference between a smartwatch and a fitness tracker, in case you weren’t aware. A fitness tracker – like the Fitbit and Jawbone devices – is designed with a single purpose in mind, tracking fitness stats and information. A smartwatch, on the other hand, can usually perform multiple functions like connect to a smartphone and display notifications, alerts and messages, browse the internet, play music and media and much more. Some of them also include fitness tracking hardware to monitor steps taken, calories burned, and information like that. For example, the popular Apple Watch can handle basic fitness tracking a