The Pebble 2 doesn't win on fitness tracking, but it's still a solid pick for simple notifications and messages on a long-battery budget smartwatch.
The tracker is compatible with a task management app that parents can use to assign chores and reward kids for completing them.
The Pokemon Go Plus might seem like an expensive accessory for a free app, but it can make Pokemon Go addiction symptoms more bearable.
The Garmin Vivomove is a well-crafted and stylish watch that provides bare-bones fitness tracking, but you're trading function for form.
If you don't need water resistance and GPS, the Fitbit Charge 2 is the best overall fitness tracker you can buy.
This Sony-backed smartwatch is a chameleon, allowing you to change its design with the press of a button.
The Apple Watch returns in a made-for-sports upgrade that adds swim functions and GPS, but anyone who's not a runner or swimmer should consider the Apple Watch Series 1 instead.
French company Alcatel dives deeper into VR with its phone-free Vision headset and the 360 Camera, which plugs directly into your smartphone for all-around photography.
Sphero's new battle-weathered BB-8 and a new wearable remote to control it are here at last and pretty darn fun.
The Forerunner 35 is the cheapest Garmin sports watch to offer a built-in optical heart-rate sensor.
If you live in a place with terrible air pollution but still want to exercise outdoors, this N95 air mask, with its removable ventilator, could be just the thing.
Garmin's latest watch combines sport with style.
The Forerunner 735XT is an exceptional watch for serious triathletes, but there are better and cheaper alternatives for both dedicated runners and more casual athletes.
The latest Gear VR adds compatibility with Samsung's latest phones and cements its position as the best mobile VR product right now.
The Polar M600 has GPS, interval training, a built-in heart-rate sensor and phone notifications.
The MilestonePod is a good, cheap option for beginners to track pace, distance and other running metrics.
The only GPS-capable Fitbit will appeal to casual runners, but more serious athletes should look elsewhere.
The Gear Fit 2 is a great-looking feature-packed fitness band, but its design isn't always perfect for hardcore workout warriors.