Skagen Connected Falster 3 Gen 5
The Skagen Connected Falster 3 Gen 5 has a handful of battery modes you can choose to get the best performance for your specific needs. It’s fine to take swimming, and its straps are interchangeable, allowing you to customize your look.
- Charges to 80 percent in 1 hour
- Gps functionality
- Not the most durable selection
Fossil Gen 5 Carlyle
The fashion-forward Fossil Gen 5 Carlyle is available in several attractive case and band combinations, including this bracelet the company refers to as “smoke.” It’s a low-key stainless steel choice that’s both durable and understated.
- Built-in speaker for music and calls
- Safe to wear in the shower
- Battery life could be better
Diesel On Smartwatch
The default display on the Diesel On Smartwatch features neon-style markers and a scoreboard-inspired date at six o’clock. It’s an eye-catching design that’s bolstered by the red accents on the case and chronograph pushers.
- Near-field payment support
- Microphone for calls
- A bit large for small wrists
Ticwatch Pro 3
The Ticwatch Pro 3 offers one gigabyte of RAM for fast performance with its most memory-hungry apps. It also provides useful things like stress monitoring and sleep tracking, with a glass that’s designed to resist fingerprints.
- Large easy-to-activate pushers
- Has a speaker and microphone
- Pulse oximeter function
Michael Kors Access Gen 5 Lexington
The Michael Kors Access Gen 5 Lexington comes in a wide variety of colors and styles, with options like fluted bezels and artificial gemstones to take its glamor to the next level. You can set custom fitness goals in its workout apps, as well.
- Has a signed crown
- Three- and five-link bracelets
- Performance can be inconsistent
Movado Connect 2.0
One of the most likable features of the Movado Connect 2.0 is its braided metal bracelet, which is lightweight, breathable, and attractive. Its chronograph-style pushers make navigating its operating system particularly easy.
- Gorilla glass crystal
- Text and email alerts
- Good size for most wrists
Casio Pro Trek Smart
The impressive Casio Pro Trek Smart is a GPS-equipped model built for outdoorsy types, with a rugged exterior and an uncompromising size in excess of 61 millimeters. Those with a thirst for adventure will find a lot to love here.
- Can download maps for offline use
- Altimeter and compass
- Touchscreen can be finicky
Montblanc Summit 2
The Montblanc Summit 2 houses its 1.2-inch AMOLED display beneath a layer of scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. Despite its size, its curved lugs allow it to hug most wrists and prevent it from looking or feeling too large.
- Eight gigabytes of storage
- Magnetic charging base
- Two-year warranty
A model with a big dial and a bright screen, the Suunto 7 has a lot to offer for its price. It’s available in a variety of band and case color combinations, and is water-resistant for up to 50 meters, making it suitable for swimming.
- Good gps functions
- Charge lasts up to 40 days
- 70 different sport modes
Tag Heuer Connected Chronograph
The Tag Heuer Connected Chronograph comes from a 150-year-old luxury watchmaker, and is a striking device with some seriously useful features, to boot. Its case construction is right up there with a few of the company’s finest timepieces.
- Durable ceramic bezel
- Black rubber strap
- 45-millimeter diameter