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Pebble Steel

LAS VEGAS -- Launching January 28, the $249 Pebble Steel is a sexed-up design overhaul of last year's Pebble watch. It arrives along with a new app store, too. Read our hands-on.
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Martian Notifier

View discrete notifications on the handsome yet affordable Martian Notifier, a pared-down yet sleekly designed update to last year's Martian Passport that ditches the speakerphone but improves on its notifications. Read our hands-on.
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Sapphire Wellness Watch by Wellograph

This fitness watch has the look and feel of a high-end timepiece: it's easily one of the best-looking wearables we saw. Read our hands-on.
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LG Lifeband Touch

The Lifeband Touch is more of a fitness tracker than a watch, but it tells the time and gets notifications, too: it's part of a new wave of watch-meets-fitness bands at CES. Read our hands-on.
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Filip

Filip, a watch and phone for kids, can track children and also be used to make calls to a limited number of family members. It's already available but made an appearance on the show floor.
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Meta watch

The newly-redesigned Meta watch looks a little over-the-top but has a distinct style and lots of colors. The design comes from designers and executives from Vertu and Fossil and boasts a simple yet functional set of features.
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Salutron LifeTrak

The Salutron LifeTrak may be a mouthful, but its clean look is eye-catching, and its fusion of smartwatch and fitness tracking holds promise. Read our hands-on.
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