Best Wearables of 2018

For the best smart wearables, we have aggregated the recommendations wireless speakers from trusted tech experts that have been featured by leading publishers like The Verge, Mashable, Engadget, PCMag and many others.
The smart wearables listed below have a customer review rating of a minimum of 4 out of 5 stars. The ratings you see on our website are aggregated from different sources, so you know you always buy a tremendous smart wearable.
Smart wearables are electronic devices that can be worn on the body as accessories such as a ring, watch, wristband, glasses, etc. or incorporated into clothing as implants. Smart wearables can serve as fitness trackers, communication devices, navigation devices, alertness, and energy levels monitors, data and communication synchronization tools from other gadgets, among others.
Smart wearables are quickly growing in terms of size, functionality, and technology, with more real-time applications, and they are increasing in both personal and business use. Smart wearables are particularly rising in popularity for their applications in monitoring and real-time feedback during workouts as well as tracking the vital health and fitness signs such as heart rate, calories burned, distance covered, steps traveled, stairs climbed, among others.
The smart wearables are also compatible with other devices and can be connected via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or apps. They come with several apps such as workout app, heart rate app, breathe app, third-party health apps, among others.
We have listed the products of some of the leading brands of smart wearables on our site such as Apple, Huawei, Samsung, Fitbit, Amazfit, Garmin, Vivoactive, Motiv, and Lumo Run.
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4.1 Apple Watch Series 3

Apple Watch Series 3

PC Mag

“Apple adds cellular connectivity and doubles down on fitness features with the Watch Series 3, but it comes at a price. Improved heart rate monitoring. Faster processor. Clear call quality. New band and case options.”

Featured in PCMag’s Best Smartwatches of 2018.

$345
4.2 Samsung Gear S3

Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Classic Smartwatch

Alphr

“A brilliant smartwatch with seriously impressive battery life, great design and software. The Samsung Gear S3 does one thing well that most other smartwatches fail abysmally at. It has great battery life: if you charge it fully to 100%, it’ll last you almost five days.”

$295
4.1 Fitbit Charge 2

Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate + Fitness Wristband

TechRadar

“The Fitbit Charge 2 is an improvement in every way over the Charge HR, but you’ll only want to upgrade if you’re after more fitness tracking and a large display to see your results.”

$130
4.0 Garmin Vivosport

Garmin Vivosport GPS Fitness Band

TechRadar

“The Garmin Vivosport doesn’t have the style of a Fitbit or the high-tech vibe of a Samsung Gear. However, this is one of the smallest fitness trackers that has full GPS/HR tracking and an altimeter. It brings max tracking power with minimal bulk.”

$185
4.0 Fitbit Versa

Fitbit Versa Smartwatch

PC Mag

“The Fitbit Versa offers just the right blend of smartwatch and fitness tracking features for a reasonable price. Sleek, lightweight design with lots of style options. Accurate fitness tracking. Guided workouts with Fitbit Coach. Stores music on-device. Long battery life. Supports female health tracking.”

Featured in PCMag’s Best Smartwatches of 2018.

$200
4.1 Huawei Watch 2 Sport

Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch

Digital Trends

“Huawei’s Watch 2 Sport is the best Android Wear watch so far. It offers everything you may need from a smartwatch, such as actionable notifications, 4GB of storage for offline music playback, GPS, NFC for Android Pay, Google Assistant, and direct access to the Google Play Store.”

$235