Here Are The Top 10 Best Fitness Smart Watches 2019
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.
Based on this fitness smart watch's aggregated ranking of 88%, we believe that the Garmin Fenix 3 is currently Alphachooser's best fitness smart watch 2019. Furthermore, we think that our sample of 1681 reviews from our sources gives us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that pushes us to call it a "no-brainer best choice."
|Average rating: (88%) (1681 reviews over 3 sources)|
Based on 4.5 stars averaged over 5944 reviews, here is what we consider 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.
|Average rating: (86%) (5944 reviews over 7 sources)|
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The Watch 2 is a second-generation smartwatch from Huawei, whose display with a DPI of 326 and a 380 x 390 resolution, 768MB-RAM, battery with 420mAh of power, and 4.1 Bluetooth technology are its key specs.
|Average rating: (83%) (2248 reviews over 4 sources)|
The Pebble 2 Plus Heart Rate is a fitness smartwatch from Pebble, gathering a monochrome E-paper display, a mineral glass display cover, polymer chassis and buttons, Bluetooth 4.0 LE connectivity, an optical HRM sensor, and a 30-meter water-resistance as its key specifications.
|Average rating: (82%) (599 reviews over 3 sources)|
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The W280A is an Android Wear 2.0 fitness smart watch that monitors the user's heart rate and blood volume changes that bedazzles with its 480 x 480 resolution 1.38-inch display (348 DPI), but bores with its 120-minute 3G talk time.
|Average rating: (66%) (98 reviews)|
The Watch Style is a simple quad-core IP67-rated (for protection against water and dust) smart watch for both men and women, running on the Android Wear 2.0 OS, that relies on its Always On feature, 360x360 resolution on a 1.2-inch circular P-OLED display, and 299ppi pixel density.
|Average rating: (72%) (222 reviews over 3 sources)|
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.
|Average rating: (73%) (94 reviews over 5 sources)|
The Approach X40 is a sleek fitness smartwatch from Garmin's approach catalog that sports an optical HRM sensor, a 1.18-inch 160 x 68 resolution monochrome LCD touchscreen with a mineral glass display cover, an on-board GPS antenna, a non-replaceable wristband, and a lithium-ion battery with a 5-day usage time when the GPS is turned off.
|Average rating: (79%) (334 reviews over 3 sources)|
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).
|Average rating: (72%) (3096 reviews over 4 sources)|
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The SmartWatch 3 opts not to include a heart-rate monitor, which most flagship smartwatches from other manufacturers have out-of-the box.
The Fuse delivers real-time performance metrics, such as pulse rate and repetition count, through its 3-axis accelerometer and optical HRM sensor.
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.
The D2 Bravo is described to be able to serve as a backup flight navigation and GPS system for pilots or flying aficionados.
The Forerunner 620 apparently requires some separately sold accessories to fully maximize its activity tracking options for heart and recovery rates.
The S4 surprisingly limits its fitness tracking to golf-related actions only, unlike other Garmin models with multiple activity-tracking capabilities.