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Five ways to use a fitness tracker or smartwatch to keep fit in the new year

Five ways to use a fitness tracker or smartwatch to keep fit in the new year

Planning to start a new exercise regime in January 2021 after a seasonal splurge? Set yourself up for success by making sure your fitness tracker or smartwatch is accurate and has all the features you need – and that you're not paying for features you don't need.

On test: the latest stylish smartwatches for sports

On test: the latest stylish smartwatches for sports

Whether you're a fitness devotee who's happy to pay more for the ultimate sports watch, or you don't have as much money to blow, Which? is here to help. We've reviewed the Polar Grit X, Amazfit GTR and Mobvoi Ticwatch C2+. Did any get our Which? Best Buy recommendation?

Amazfit and Mobvoi 2020 smartwatches put to the test

Amazfit and Mobvoi 2020 smartwatches put to the test

A smartwatch can help you stay fit during lockdown - and will look stylish on your wrist when lockdown ends. Find out how the Amazfit Bip Lite and Mobvoi Ticwatch Pro 2020 compare to the Amazfit Bip and Mobvoi Ticwatch Pro, and see other deals on smartwatches and fitness trackers.

Bellabeat and Oura ‘smart jewellery’ reviewed

Bellabeat and Oura ‘smart jewellery’ reviewed

Considering buying a piece of smart jewellery? Which? gets hands on with the Oura ring and Bellabeat Leaf trackers to see what features they offer and whether they're worth your money.

Best tech of IFA 2018: 8K TVs, smart speakers, mobile phones and more

Best tech of IFA 2018: 8K TVs, smart speakers, mobile phones and more

The biggest technology companies in the world have gathered at IFA 2018 to unveil a host of new products. We've rounded up the new gadgets that are worth a closer look.

Five reasons not to trust your fitness tracker

Five reasons not to trust your fitness tracker

Our rigorous lab tests prove you can’t always rely on your fitness tracker to show accurate distance, heart rate and calorie-burn data so choose carefully.

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