Something for everyone.
The Ticwatch E by Mobvoi has all the basics to deliver a good smartwatch experience. They include a sharp, fully circular OLED display, a built-in heart-rate sensor, a GPS chip, and standard 20-millimeter straps for easy customization.
Mobvoi claims that the gadget can last up to two days between battery charges. The polycarbonate case of the smartwatch is available in three colors with a matching silicone band ― black, white, and neon green (the manufacturer calls the color lemon).
Bottom Line: Buy this if you’re looking for an affordable Wear OS smartwatch.
With sleek looks, an excellent OLED display with high resolution, a two-day battery life, and snappy performance, the Huawei Watch 2 Classic is one of the best Wear OS devices in its price range. Other important bits about the smartwatch include a built-in heart-rate sensor and GPS, and an IP68 rating for water resistance.
You can order the device on a black or brown leather strap. The watch has standard 22-millimeter lugs, so you can easily swap its bands.
Bottom Line: One of the best Wear OS devices you can buy.
The Falster is the first touchscreen smartwatch by Skagen. It features the company’s signature minimalist design, a fully circular OLED display, and a battery that can last a full day. The smartwatch lacks a heart-rate sensor, so it’s best suited for casual use.
The gadget has cool watch faces designed by Skagen. You can order it in a number of finishes on a mesh bracelet or a. The smartwatch has standard 20-millimeter bands, so you can easily customize it to your liking.
Bottom Line: Incredibly stylish, though we really wish it had a heart rate sensor.
Designed with active personalities in mind, the Fossil Gen 3 Sport smartwatch is an exciting new entry on the Android Wear scene that’s waterproof up to 50 meters. Other key features of the watch include a built-in heart-rate sensor and a fully circular OLED display.
The watch is available in two distinct finishes. They include a black/gray case and black silicone band, or a silver/gold case and a gray strap.
Bottom Line: A great option for swimmers.
The Michael Kors Access Sofie smartwatch is a fashion-forward offering designed for women. Available in a multitude of styles, the gadget has an oversized, water-resistant case made from stainless steel, a fully circular AMOLED display, user-replaceable straps, and a 2-year warranty.
In case you find gold to be too flashy, don’t despair. The watch is also available with a silver case.
Bottom Line: It’s part smartwatch, part fashion accessory.
Made by the company that’s been synonymous with tough watches since the early ’80s, the Casio WSD-F20 Protrek is the most rugged Android Wear smartwatch available today. Designed for, the watch has built-in GPS, a sophisticated dual-screen setup (it has one monochrome and one color display panel), a 50-meter water-resistant body, and up to a month of battery life in watch-only mode (up to two days when connected to a smartphone).
Bottom Line: A nice rugged smartwatch, but its display should be much better at this price point.
Like Diesel’s regular watches, the ON Full Guard smartwatch offers a brash design that’s simply impossible to miss. Key features of the wearable device include a high-quality AMOLED display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 2100 chipset, and up to two days of battery life.
The ON Full Guard also comes with cool-looking watch faces designed by Diesel. There are multiple styles to choose from.
Bottom Line: You’ll like it if you’re a fan of Diesel watches.
The Emporio Armani Connected smartwatch has casually cool, stealthy looks, a gorgeous AMOLED display, and Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 2100 chipset for wearable devices. The Android Wear smartwatch also has up to two days of battery life and easily interchangeable bands.
The watch is available in several finishes. They range from stealthy black with a matching bracelet, all the way to a yellow gold option.
Bottom Line: A nice option for the fashion-conscious.
Available in a plethora of styles, the Fossil Q Marshal Gen 2 is an Android Wear smartwatch with the latest-generation Qualcomm processor for, as well as a beautiful, fully circular AMOLED display. Like its regular Fossil siblings, the device combines casual looks and good build quality.
The metal case of the watch is available in a multitude of finishes. The device has standard 22-millimeter bands, so you can easily customize it.
Bottom Line: A good buy, so long as you don’t care about a heart-rate sensor.
The Montblanc Summit is a decidedly luxurious option from a storied Swiss manufacturer. It has a Qualcomm-made chipset, a high-quality circular AMOLED display, a heart-rate sensor, and a battery that easily lasts through a full day of use.
The Summit smartwatch is available in a plethora of styles with various case finishes and strap options.
Bottom Line: If you’re hellbent on spending big money on an Android Wear smartwatch, buy this one.
The TAG Heuer Connected 2 is an ultra luxurious Android Wear device with modular design and superb craftsmanship. You can choose between bodies made from titanium, rose gold, or ceramic. One of the titanium options includes diamonds as well. Sapphire crystal comes standard on all options, while the band choices include leather, silicone, and titanium.
The luxury watchmaker’s second smartwatch is also a nice gateway to the company’s mechanical timepieces, as the Swiss manufacturer will allow you to swap the smartwatch module for a mechanical one.
Bottom Line: A beautifully crafted, luxuriously appointed smartwatch, though it lacks a heart-rate sensor.