Tag Archives: Smartwatch

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]

SmartWatch Pebble 2 Review

When Pebble showed up on the scene in 2012, there wasn’t really a scene at all. The smartwatch market was barely nascent, before exploding into the huge industry it is today. Yet Pebble’s open, OS-agnostic approach has helped it keep its status as a bit of a wearable cult hero. While we’ve seen a handful [View Full Post]

Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Review

There isn’t much separating the new Samsung Gear S3 variants except for style but in a way, that’s a big deal. Though both smartwatches are ruggedized, the Gear S3 Frontier looks like its built to withstand more outdoor activity. Again, this doesn’t mean the Classic can’t – but you’re more likely to wear the Classic [View Full Post]

Good Features You Want to Have in Apple Watch 2

With the arrival of Apple Watch Series 2 and watchOS 3, the experience on the world’s bestselling smartwatch is about to get a whole lot more interesting. Features like built-in, phone-free GPS; a brighter screen; a multi-core processor and improved graphics chip; and water resistance down to 50m all make for on-wrist functionality that just [View Full Post]

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