Apple Watches are ultra-fashionable, and come with a shedload of features, including terrific screens, fall detection and the ability to take ECGs. But they're also super expensive. Should you buy an Apple doppelganger instead?
Which? compares the Samsung Galaxy, Galaxy Active and Active 2 smartwatches, and the Galaxy Fit and Fit e fitness trackers. Discover how their specs match up - and what we'd hope to see in a future Galaxy Watch 2.
The biggest trade show in the world of tech is taking place in Vegas right now, and wearables manufacturers are busy promoting their latest launches.
Have you really burned off the calories in those mince pies? We've found that inaccurate fitness watches and activity trackers could trick you in to thinking you've burned twice the number of calories you actually have.
With prices starting from around £20, a fitness tracker is no longer a luxury purchase. More people are turning to fitness trackers and smartwatches to help them lose weight, monitor a new fitness routine or simply get a bit more feedback on their day-to-day life.
The Silvercrest SAS87 will be making its appearance in the middle aisle of Lidl on 29th December. Is the latest 'middle of Lidl' special buy fitness tracker worth snapping up? Read on to find out what it has to offer.
If you’re one of those people who makes a mad presents-buying dash on Christmas Eve, or you’ve just discovered you’re welcoming an extra guest over the festive period, our gift guide will hopefully make your last-minute pressies haul as slick as Santa’s operation.
Find out the best Black Friday deals on smartwatches and fitness trackers, as chosen by the Which? experts.
Thinking of buying your child a fitness tracker or smartwatch for Christmas in the Black Friday sales? At Which?, we've reviewed some of the most popular kids wearables, including models from Fitbit and Garmin, testing their key features in our lab, checking if they're secure from hackers - and asking kids what they thought.
Kids' wearables are designed to make exercise fun, and to give you peace of mind. But it pays to do your research before buying – or you could be putting your child at risk.