Choose The Right Smartwatch For You In Under 3 Min.
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Finding the right smartwatch can take forever. If you don't want to make an impulsive buy and live with the consequences, you should be careful not to buy something that doesn't satisfy you in every possible way. But taking the time to look at every spec and all the reviews it's just too arduous.
That's why I've spent over 30 hours reviewing over 50 smartwatches so that you can choose the right one for you in under 3 minutes.
How to use the table below:
Smartwatches are arranged accordingly to their price tags.
If you click on the "$50" tab, you'll get a list of smartwatches with a price tag of up to $50. If you click on "$100", you'll get a list of smartwatches from $50 to $100, and so on.
Then, you should click on the X to dismiss the ones that aren't right for you.
You can click on a smartwatch to see more details about itself, including its current price.
You can zoom in on a smartwatch.
A green background indicates a supported feature.
If you want to know more, there's a Youtube review link for every smartwatch.
If you don't know what's the meaning of AOD (or any other abbreviation), just keep reading.
If you're looking for the best deal, take a look at the smartwatches from the next price range. If there's a sale, they can temporarily be in the wrong tab. of today's top deals on Amazon's best selling smartwatches. We value your time, so you'll only find a list of products with at least 15% off of the listed price.
CHOOSING THE BEST SMARTWATCH
AOD: Always-on-Display. If you want to be able to (partially) see your watchfaces (and the time) without having to touch the screen or lift your arm, make sure it has this feature.
BL: Battery life. Probably the main feature to look at, unless you don't mind to charge your watch every day. If not stated otherwise (in the expandable section), it's the most you can get on standby.
CWF: Custom Watchfaces. If you like to customize (or at least be able to download) watchfaces, make sure your selected smartwatch has this ability. Otherwise, you're stuck with the included ones. Some may only have 3 or 4 available watchfaces.
IP: if it's IP67, it isn't waterproof, but you can wash your hands with it or take it out on a rainy day. If it's IP68, you can take it for a swim. 5ATM means that they are water-resistant to up to 50 meters, in-depth for 10 minutes.
GPS: If it has a built-in GPS, you don't have to take your phone with you on your workouts, for a precise distance calculation.
SENS: How many sensors it features. It doesn't include acceleration sensors, NFC, or GPS. You can click on the watch for more details.
24/7: Ability to track your steps and heart rate all day.
SSIZ: Screen Size. The size of the screen in inches.
APPS: Ability to install apps from an app store.
OS: This can give you a generalized idea of what to expect from the smartwatch if you know what it means. Usually, a proprietary OS is more restricted than, for example, Wear OS (WOS) or Android (A7.1) by Google, but it'll probably have a longer battery life.
CALL: Some smartwatches allow you to make "phone" calls. If they don't have a SIM card slot or a speaker, you'll need a Bluetooth (BT) connection to your phone, which means you'll need your phone next to you.
I hope you found some usefulness in this table. If that's the case, feel free to leave a comment below or share it with your friends.
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