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Best Outdoor GPS Watches

Those who love the great outdoors have been poorly served by sports watches – until now. Advances in sensors, GPS and battery life means the latest crop of outdoor watches are built for those who spend days in the wild, not just a quick run around the local park. We’re talking about outdoor watches made [View Full Post]

Hugo Boss Smart Classic Smart Analogue Watch Review

The Hugo Boss Smart Classic is the latest designer smart analogue watch born out of a partnership between luxury watchmaker Movado and tech company HP. While Movado brings the design, HP is powering the smarts so it’ll play nice with your smartphone. Much like the Michael Bastian Titan Juxt, Isaac Mizrahi and Movado Bold Motion [View Full Post]

Best Smart Analogue Watches Review

What’s the difference between a smartwatch and a smart analogue watch? They might sound like the same thing, but there’s a way to tell the two apart from each other. A smart analogue watch blurs traditional watch designs with contemporary fitness tracking and notification tech. You won’t see full touchscreen displays like you get on [View Full Post]

Skagen Hagen Connected Smart Analogue Watch Review

The biggest compliment I can give the Skagen Hagen Connected is that I can’t stop looking at it. I’ve been wearing this watch for the past couple of weeks, and still I find myself admiring it from time to time. I can’t say the same for many other smartwatches at the moment, and so Skagen, [View Full Post]

Garmin Fenix 3 HR Smartwatch Review

Garmin’s greatest GPS watch yet? If you judge quality based on how many versions we’ve seen, the Fenix 3 is definitely up there, now sporting HR, Sapphire and Chronos variants. But it’s the Fenix 3 HR we’ve been playing with to see if that wrist-based heart rate – along with all the other Garmin smarts [View Full Post]

Suunto Spartan Sport Smartwatch Review

Suunto isn’t famous for much outside of GPS tracking because that’s what it’s good at. The Suunto Ambit3 was loved for this reason but still looked a bit clunky compared to modern designs coming from the competition like the Garmin Fenix 3. So Suunto introduced its new Spartan range as the successor to the Ambit [View Full Post]