Pebble Watch

The best smartwatch we've seen yet, the Pebble makes a great gift for Android and iOS tinkerers alike.

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Fitbit Force

An extremely powerful and full-featured fitness tracker, the Fitbit Force also serves as watch in a pinch, making it a great choice for the health-minded considering a new timepiece.

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4 stars

MSRP: $129.99

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Martian Passport

If the Quartermaster of Bond fame needed a new watch, he'd come up with the Martian Passport Watch.

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Sony Smartwatch 2

Sony was one of the first major electronics makers to create a smartwatch. Now Sony has minted its second attempt at an intelligent time teller. With an improved screen, near-field communication, and water-resistant chassis, the Smartwatch 2 looks more compelling than ever.

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Basis Band

With an addictive mobile app built around completing weekly habits, heart rate monitor, and automatic sleep recording, the Basis Band should be on anyone's short list seeking to merge watch and personal wellness device.

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