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We help you find the best smartwatch for your wrist, whether you want something stylish, sporty or discreet.

In relative tech-terms, smartwatches are still a new product category, but they’ve come a long way from the early days of ugly designs and lacklustre features.

Nowadays, thanks to newer versions of their operating systems, they’ve become less dependent on a connected smartphone, making them useful gadgets in their own right, with a wealth of standalone apps and separate connectivity.

If you’re considering an Android Wear watch, it’s worth looking to see if it’ll get the Android Wear 2.0 update. You can see what watches will be updated in this article. Android Wear 2.0 brings some important and useful updates including Google’s smart Assistant, as well as support for standalone apps that don’t require a companion on your smartphone, just like on watchOS 3 on the Apple Watch.

As smartwatches have evolved, many have become more feature-packed offering far more beyond just mirroring notifications from your phone. If you’re a fitness enthusiast, many smartwatches now feature added sensors like GPS and heart rate monitors, making them a great companion for your next workout.

Of course, with more sensors comes more battery drain. This means a lot of the more feature-packed smartwatches have to include a physically larger battery otherwise they struggle to get you through an entire day.

We’ve listed the best smartwatches currently available in the list below catering to different needs. Be sure to check out the full reviews to help you make the right decision.