The Xiaomi Mi Watch Lite gives you a lot of watch for the money, but not every feature works well.
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The new Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 is a limited hardware upgrade, but its software is a huge deal.
Updated The Apple Watch range has plenty of potential, but the sixth iteration doesn't add much to the reliable wearable.
Updated This is the best Apple Watch you can buy – but it still doesn’t overcome all the issues with the Watch line.
The Huawei Watch 3 introduces HarmonyOS, but are its extra smarts enough to give it the edge over Apple and Samsung?
The Xplora XMOVE is a thoroughly affordable, family-orientated activity tracker that goes back to basics.
The Realme Watch 2 is a solid budget smartwatch with good battery life, but isn't the best choice for fitness tracking.
Fitbit's new premium fitness tracker, the Luxe is small and sleek, and a great choice for gym-going cardio fans.
Updated The third version of the Apple Watch is still a great all-round smartwatch despite being superseded.
The Brooks Aurora-BL is an outlandish looking shoe, but one that feels surprisingly sensible on the road.