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Apple Watch

The Apple Watch is the first smartwatch from Apple. It can run apps, display notifications and track all-day information like steps and calories, and it has a speakerphone for answering calls (if your iPhone is in range). It will only work with the iPhone, though, so Android users should look elsewhere. Even more appealing, the smaller 38mm model recently received a price cut to $299.

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Fitbit Blaze

The Fitbit Blaze is a stylish fitness watch that can display notifications and track activities. You can also add some extra flare with a variety of swappable watch bands.

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Samsung Gear S2

Samsung's Gear S2 looks great and uses an innovative spinning bezel for navigation. It can run apps, display notifications from your Android device and track your fitness. Unfortunately, the Gear S2 doesn't work with iPhones.

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Fitbit Alta

The new Fitbit Alta is a stylish fitness tracker with basic smartphone notifications and long battery life. It also supports a variety of interchangeable bands, such as rubber, leather and even a metal bangle.

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Huawei Watch

The Huawei Watch looks great and is the first Android Wear watch to feature a ultradurable sapphire crystal display. The watch works with both iPhone and Android devices and is capable of displaying notifications on your wrist and tracking steps and calories burned.

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Moto 360 (2015)

Along with the Huawei Watch, the Moto 360 is one of the most stylish smartwatches out there. It's also powered by Google's Android Wear operating system, and can display notifications on your wrist from your iPhone or Android device. It can also measure heart rate and track daily activities like steps and calories burned.

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Fitbit Charge HR

The Fitbit Charge HR has an optical heart rate tracker and is capable of measuring your heart rate throughout the day, which helps provide more accurate estimates on calorie burn and sleep. It can also track steps, distance and floors climbed, and will notify you of incoming calls.

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Misfit Flash

The Misfit Flash is an affordable fitness tracker that can be worn on your wrist or clipped on your waist. While it doesn't have a display, its battery will last up to six months.

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Jawbone Up2

The Jawbone Up2 is a low-key fitness tracker that can measure steps, calories burned, distance traveled and your sleep at night. The big appeal is in Jawbone's Android and iOS app, which provides personalized coaching and feedback to help you maintain a healthier lifestyle.

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Pebble Time Steel

The Pebble Time Steel is one of the only smartwatches that doesn't have to be charged nightly. The battery will last you over a week, the watch has an always-on screen and can be worn in the shower and pool. The Pebble Time also works with both iOS and Android, and has a ton of watch faces and apps to explore.

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