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.
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.
Smartwatches and fitness trackers are designed to stay on our wrists all the time: while we're getting sweaty during exercise, while we're sleeping, in some cases while we're swimming - and they can get up to 30 times dirtier than a toilet seat. Find out how to clean your wearable device without damaging it.
Gyms and leisure centres are now closed, but you can still find ways to stay active. A fitness tracker or smartwatch can help you stick to a routine, keep track of goals and challenge you to hit targets.
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.