Here Are The Top 10 Best Fitness Smart Watches 2017


Alphachooser's list of the newest fitness smart watches includes only smart watches that obey to these criteria:

  • Most smart watches feature fitness applications, but fitness smart watches, to be included in this list, must at least include an actual heart rate monitor
  • Of course, they must still also act as genuine smart watches, not just fitness bands.


The List:


Best Model 2017
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Samsung Gear Fit-2

Samsung Gear Fit-2

Avg. rating (3383 reviews)
Based on this fitness smart watch's aggregated ranking of 87%, we believe that the Samsung Gear Fit-2 is currently the best fitness smart watch 2017. Furthermore, we think that our sample of 3381 reviews gives us a high confidence level that justifies making it a "no-brainer best choice."
Second Best
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#2
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92%
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Samsung Gear S3 Frontier

Samsung Gear S3 Frontier

Avg. rating (60 reviews)
Based on 4.5 stars averaged over 59 reviews, here is what we consider the second best fitness smart watch. * These choices are based on a full computation of hundreds of fitness smart watch reviews from around the web.

The Gear S3 Frontier also offers an LTE-ready version carried by both T-Mobile and AT&T, which is equipped to handle full-telephony functions.

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Also Good
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#3
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Fitbit Blaze

Fitbit Blaze

Avg. rating (6289 reviews)
The Blaze delivers continuous heart rate-monitoring through its PurePulse pulse rate-tracking technology as well as an automated sleep-tracking feature.
Also Good
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#4
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83%
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Garmin Vivoactive HR

Garmin Vivoactive HR

Avg. rating (1395 reviews)
The Vivoactive HR is a touch-enabled fitness smartwatch with Garmin's GPS receiver technology, holding a 1.13-inch quadrilateral display with a 205 x 148 resolution, two physical interface buttons, a built-in optical pulse rate sensor, and compatibility with Android/iOS/Windows 10 Phone smartphones (Garmin Connect app required).
Also Good
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#5
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92%
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Garmin Forerunner 735XT

Garmin Forerunner 735XT

Avg. rating (52 reviews)
The Forerunner 735XT aims to attract users who prefer brick workouts (duathlon/triathlon) with its multi-sport activity tracking mode.
Also Good
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#6
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86%
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Huawei 55020539

Huawei 55020539

Avg. rating (1009 reviews)
The Huawei 55020539 affixes an optical heart rate sensor on its back cover and lacks a built-in GPS receiver, which barely qualifies it as fitness model, but skirts along the luxury sub-category due to its price and design.
Also Good
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#7
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84%
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Garmin Forerunner 235

Garmin Forerunner 235

Avg. rating (673 reviews)
The Forerunner 235 easily records your active and resting pulse rates using a built-in optical sensor, which seems favorable compared to a chest strap monitor used by other brands.
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#8
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86%
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Garmin Forerunner 230

Garmin Forerunner 230

Avg. rating (70 reviews)
The Forerunner 230 provides a wrist-based optical heart rate sensor, which helps provide real-time performance feedback to the user.
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#9
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81%
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Garmin S20

Garmin S20

Avg. rating (82 reviews)
The S20 is designed to track fitness activities like running, cycling, or even sleeping, but is mainly programmed for golf.
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#10
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86%
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Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire

Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire

Avg. rating (639 reviews)
The Fenix 3 Sapphire is a sapphire-covered fitness smartwatch that presents a 1.2-inch transflective MIP display with 218 x 218 resolution, a 32MB internal storage, Bluetooth 4.0 LE connectivity, and a 300mAh lithium-ion battery.

More fitness smart watches, sorted by the latest model first:

Huawei Fit

Huawei Fit

The Huawei Fit is a round-face fitness smartwatch from Huawei touting a 1.04-inch 208 x 208 resolution memory LCD screen with a 200PPI pixel density, an 80mAh lithium-ion battery with up to six days of usage time, and a magnetic charge port.
Mobvoi Ticwatch 2

Mobvoi Ticwatch 2

The Ticwatch 2 features a "Tickle" strip on the right flank of its enclosure, which allows users to navigate menus with a swipe of their finger.
Garmin Tactix Bravo

Garmin Tactix Bravo

Avg. rating (29 reviews)
The Tactix Bravo prepares to dive down from the sky with its Jumpmaster skydiving activity-tracking feature, which, according to Garmin, offers detailed altitude and speed of descent information.
Garmin Forerunner 630

Garmin Forerunner 630

Avg. rating (89 reviews)
The Forerunner 630 needs to pair with a separate wireless heart rate monitor or cadence sensor (Optional accessories) to use some of its other fitness-tracking features.
TomTom Spark Cardio Music

TomTom Spark Cardio Music

Avg. rating (570 reviews)
The Spark Cardio Music seems to pair with a compatible smartphone in order to update workout summaries only, which appears restricted compared to other models with push notifications from SMS or email.
RAZER Nabu 2015

RAZER Nabu 2015

Avg. rating (1 reviews)
The Nabu 2015 is the first fitness smartwatch from Gaming peripheral-maker RAZER, assembling a 128 x 16 resolution monochrome OLED display, a mineral glass display cover, Bluetooth 4.0 LE connectivity, and a 6-day lithium-polymer battery all into a slim splash-resistant body (which appears shorter than other models without an optical HRM sensor).
Motorola 360 Sport

Motorola 360 Sport

Avg. rating (438 reviews)
The 360 Sport is a fitness-oriented smartwatch that introduces a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 (APQ 8026 model) chipset with 512MB of RAM, a 1.37-inch 360 X 325 resolution AnyLight Hybrid display, and a 300mAh battery as some of its significant components.
Suunto Traverse

Suunto Traverse

Avg. rating (11 reviews)
The Traverse prepares additional sensors like a barometric-altimeter and a thermometer in order to track more environmental data for outdoor activities.
Garmin Forerunner 25 Women

Garmin Forerunner 25 Women

Avg. rating (175 reviews)
The Forerunner 25 Women is a mid-range fitness smartwatch for women, arriving with a 1.07-inch 128 x 128 pixel resolution monochrome LCD, a mineral glass display cover, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, a built-in GPS receiver, and a 5-ATM waterproof chassis.
Garmin Forerunner 25

Garmin Forerunner 25

Avg. rating (175 reviews)
The Forerunner 25 tracks your location using its built-in GPS receiver during outdoor runs, which overlays your running path over a map when viewed through its Garmin Connect app.
Garmin Epix

Garmin Epix

Avg. rating (39 reviews)
The Epix displays GPS-accurate maps like most other GPS-equipped smartwatches, but works with worldwide shaded relief basemaps with topography view, City Navigator maps, and BlueChart G2 maps.
Timex IRONMAN RUN X50+

Timex IRONMAN RUN X50+

The IRONMAN RUN X50 Plus lacks activity-tracking sensors like an accelerometer or optical heart-rate monitor, which leaves it dependent to the paired smartphone for gathering workout data.
Garmin Vivoactive

Garmin Vivoactive

Avg. rating (2439 reviews)
The Vivoactive pairs with both Android and iOS devices to receive alerts and notifications through bluetooth, but requires the Garmin Connect app to be installed in order to work.
Garmin Fenix 3

Garmin Fenix 3

Avg. rating (740 reviews)
The Fenix 3 drops touch-screen functionality in favor of tactile physical buttons, which seems practical especially during activities involving water-exposure (given the difficulty to control a wet touch screen).
Mio Alpha 2

Mio Alpha 2

Avg. rating (3 reviews)
The Alpha 2 only pairs with a compatible smartphone to update its workout summary data, unlike other brands with notifications and other alerts.
Suunto Ambit3 Peak

Suunto Ambit3 Peak

Avg. rating (74 reviews)
The Ambit3 Peak ostensibly targets hikers by embarking a barometricaltimeter to measure altitude and an electroniccompass.
Suunto Ambit3 Sport

Suunto Ambit3 Sport

Avg. rating (139 reviews)
The Ambit3 Sport allows more activity-tracking options like cycling and swimming, unlike its entry-level model, which is limited to running and sleep.
Garmin Forerunner 225

Garmin Forerunner 225

Avg. rating (703 reviews)
The Forerunner 225 uses its optical heart rate sensor to provide information about current oxygen levels and pulse rate.
Sony SmartWatch 3

Sony SmartWatch 3

Avg. rating (1229 reviews)
The SmartWatch 3 opts not to include a heart-rate monitor, which most flagship smartwatches from other manufacturers have out-of-the box.
Mio Fuse

Mio Fuse

Avg. rating (311 reviews)
The Fuse delivers real-time performance metrics, such as pulse rate and repetition count, through its 3-axis accelerometer and optical HRM sensor.
Garmin Forerunner 920XT

Garmin Forerunner 920XT

Avg. rating (184 reviews)
The Forerunner 920XT is a multisport fitness smartwatch from Garmin's Forerunner catalog, embracing specifications like a 1.85-inch screen with a 205 x 148 display resolution, a 4-month usage time from its lithium-ion battery when used only as a watch, a built-in GPS receiver, and a 5-ATM waterproof casing.
Fitbit Surge

Fitbit Surge

Avg. rating (7160 reviews)
The Surge is a fitness smartwatch with a built-in optical heart rate sensor, declaring a Gorilla Glass-protected monochrome LCD touch display, a 5-ATM water resistant housing, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, and a 7-day battery life as its noteworthy specs.
Polar M400

Polar M400

Avg. rating (1664 reviews)
The M400 is a fitness smartwatch capable of tracking activities like running, cycling, and even sleep, wielding a 1.31-inch always-on 128 x 128 resolution display, and a 190mAh lithium-polymer battery.
Garmin Approach S6

Garmin Approach S6

Avg. rating (218 reviews)
The Approach S6 focuses on golf-related activity tracking and information like swing metrics, course maps, and game score.
Polar V800

Polar V800

Avg. rating (498 reviews)
The V800 unfortunately depends on a separate HRM accessory to keep users updated about their performance pulse rates, while other fitness-tracking smartwatches include built-in optical heart rate sensors.
Garmin D2 Bravo

Garmin D2 Bravo

Avg. rating (32 reviews)
The D2 Bravo is described to be able to serve as a backup flight navigation and GPS system for pilots or flying aficionados.
Garmin Forerunner 620

Garmin Forerunner 620

Avg. rating (23 reviews)
The Forerunner 620 apparently requires some separately sold accessories to fully maximize its activity tracking options for heart and recovery rates.
Garmin S4

Garmin S4

Avg. rating (295 reviews)
The S4 surprisingly limits its fitness tracking to golf-related actions only, unlike other Garmin models with multiple activity-tracking capabilities.
Tomtom Runner

Tomtom Runner

Avg. rating (1242 reviews)
The Runner is a fitness-based smartwatch holding Tomtom's GPSQuickFix tracking technology, also bringing along a 1.31-inch 168 x 144 resolution black-and-white display, a 10-hour battery life, and pairing with compatible smartphones through Bluetooth 4.0.
Pebble Classic

Pebble Classic

Avg. rating (4115 reviews)
The Classic is a simple fitness-tracking smartwatch holding a 1.25-inch E-paper display with a 144 ? 168 resolution, an 80MHz ARM Cortex-M3 chipset with a humble 128KB RAM, and an 8MB internal storage.

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