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?
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.
Almost exactly four years from the launch date of its original in-ear AirPods headphones, Apple has released its first-ever over-ear headset, dubbed the AirPods Max. As you’d perhaps expect from...
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We've just tested the Fitbit Inspire 2, Fitbit Versa 3 and Fitbit Sense. Discover how they compare, what features you'll get from each, and whether you should save by opting for an older tracker or smartwatch such as the Fitbit Inspire HR or Fitbit Versa 2.
The cheaper Apple Watch SE beat the flagship Apple Watch Series 6 in our smartwatch tests. Find out how they compare and how much you could save by buying an older model.
Wearables are designed to live on your wrist 24/7, meaning they can collect more data about your body than we could have thought possible even a few years ago. Find out what health features are on offer from the likes of Apple, Fitbit, Garmin and Withings.
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?
Huawei's smartwatch range is clearly making a good impression, so what's all the fuss about? Find out more on the Huawei Watch GT 2e below and, if you're on a budget, read about some cheaper alternatives that we've also gone hands-on with.
To see how Fitbit's latest fitness tracker stacks up against similarly priced rivals from Garmin, Huawei and Samsung, we've put it through our rigorous lab tests. The specifications for the Fitbit Charge 4 look promising, but that doesn't count for much if it can't track your step count accurately.