Watches that monitor physical activity were once a clever invention, today they have become an everyday occurrence. We present our ranking of the best smartwatches.
Amazfit Band 5
If you’re looking for a smartwatch at a budget price, think about the Amazfit Band 5. This small watch comes in the form of a simple strap that houses a black rectangular screen with rounded corners. The device packs in 11 sports modes, as well as pulse oximeter and blood rate measurement functions. It can also record the distance traveled or the speed at which we ran. Amazfit Band 5 is a great option for people who want to spice up their sedentary lifestyle in an effective way without investing a lot of money in a smartwatch.
Smartwatches designed for multidisciplinary sports are becoming more and more common, but not all of them can boast the ability to measure altitude. This unusual feature is provided by a watch from the Finnish brand – Suunto 7. Its altimeter measures GPS values from -500 to 9999 m. It is also equipped with a barometer and a compass, which makes it a smartwatch ideal for hiking in the mountains or climbing.
Garmin Vivoactive 4S
The Garmin Vivoactive 4S will work as a gift for any person who needs to start taking more care of their body condition. With its numerous health stats, you will always know how you are doing throughout the day. The Garmin Vivoactive measures your energy levels to find the optimal time to exercise, and will also assist you in a stressful moment with notifications for deep breathing. It also monitors your detailed sleep cycle, including individual phases. For ladies, the function of recording your menstrual cycle or pregnancy progress may prove useful.
Michael Kors Gen 5
Michael Kors watches are the solution for those who want their smartwatch not only to be functional but also to look dignified. With their luxurious designs, these smartwatches are no different in appearance from the most expensive watches and will look good matched with a suit for work.
In addition to its basic functions, the Michael Kors Gen 5 can make contactless payments, connect to your smartphone or track the weather. With its fast charging option, it is a great choice for anyone who is too busy to keep track of their smartwatch status.
Garett Lady Ann RT
This women’s smartwatch will work well for ladies, especially young ones, who are looking for a more ladylike design. In addition to a heart rate monitor and pulse oximeter, it also measures blood pressure and records the number of steps taken. What’s more, it notifies the user of extended periods of inactivity, which motivates them to get moving. It is completely waterproof, so you don’t have to worry about forgetting to take it off before taking a shower. The Garett Lady Ann RT will also help you find your muted phone with its device finder feature.
Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar
This watch functions as both a men’s and women’s smartwatch. The Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar uses modern solar power harvesting technology, so it doesn’t need frequent recharging to be functional. Equipped with a map of nearby runs and trails along with their difficulty ratings, it will serve any avid skier well. That’s not to say that it’s designed exclusively for practitioners of that particular sport. In addition to features such as precise navigation and altimeter, it has the ability to evaluate aiming when playing golf. And for surfers, the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro can record a short video of each incoming wave to show you how well you did.
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