Here Are the Wearables to Watch in 2017

Here Are the Wearables to Watch in 2017

After a shaky start, wearable technology has really come of age in the past couple of years. Millions of people now wear fitness trackers every day and smartwatches are steadily gaining traction. This year, wearables are going to get smarter and more stylish. Here is our roundup of the best smartwatches and fitness trackers you can buy now, along with some great tech coming out this year.

  • ASUS Zenwatch 3
  • Apple Watch Series 2
  • CoWatch
  • Fossil Q Smartwatches
  • Blocks Modular Smartwatch
  • Vector Luna Smartwatch
  • Suunto Traverse Alpha Watch
  • Activité Steel Smartwatch by Withings
  • Breitling Exospace B55 Connected Smartwatch
  • POMO WAFFLE GPS Smartwatch for Kids
  • fitbit flex 2 Fitness Tracker
  • InBody BAND Body Composition Analyzer
  • LVL Wearable Hydration Monitor
  • Misfit Vapor Smartwatch
  • Casio Smart Outdoor Watch

Wearable Wonders

ASUS Zenwatch 3

wearables roundup 2017

This beautiful Android beast has a 1.39-inch AMOLED display and a powerful Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor.

Price: $255

Apple Watch Series 2

wearables roundup 2017

The 2nd generation of Apple’s smartwatch integrates seamlessly with iOS, and the device is water-resistant to 50 meters.

Price: $299


wearables roundup 2017

Dubbed “the most affordable high-end smartwatch,” CoWatch is the first smartwatch to integrate with Alexa, Amazon’s intelligent assistant.

Price: $179

Fossil Q Smartwatches

wearables roundup 2017

These stylish wearables have integrated LTE, meaning you can still get notifications without your phone.

Price: $295

Special Abilities

Blocks Modular Smartwatch


Can’t decide what features you need? Blocks lets you switch between extra battery capacity, a thermometer, a fingerprint scanner, and several other options.

Price: $110

Vector Luna Smartwatch

wearables roundup 2017

With 30 days of battery life from a single charge, the Luna is ideal for busy people.

Price: $228.44

Suunto Traverse Alpha Watch

wearables roundup 2017

With integrated GPS/GLONASS navigation and a rugged design, this smartwatch helps you stay connected in the great outdoors.

Price: $569

[tweet_box]With 30 days of battery life from a single charge, the Luna smartwatch is ideal for busy people.[/tweet_box]

Classic Style

Activité Steel Smartwatch by Withings

wearables roundup 2017

This gorgeous watch is made from stainless steel, with a minimalist watch face and 3-axis accelerometers tracking your activity.

Price: $169

Breitling Exospace B55 Connected Smartwatch

wearables roundup 2017

For all you professional pilots out there(!) the Breitling Exospace offers precision timekeeping and water resistance to 110 meters. Just don’t look at the price…

Price: $9150

Don’t Forget the Kids

POMO WAFFLE GPS Smartwatch for Kids

wearables roundup 2017

Wearables are not only for grown-ups — the Pomo Waffle helps kids to tell the time and remember their little responsibilities.

Price: $99

Fitness Goals

fitbit flex 2 Fitness Tracker

wearables roundup 2017

If you are looking for a simple, lightweight tracker, look no further than the latest Fitbit Flex.

Price: $99.95

InBody BAND Body Composition Analyzer

wearables roundup 2017

This activity tracker allows health-conscious wearers to monitor their sleep quality, muscle mass, and even body fat. Not for the faint hearted!

Price: $156.66

LVL Wearable Hydration Monitor

wearables roundup 2017

Staying hydrated is pretty important, and this little band will remind you to keep downing glasses of water.

Price: $149.99

Coming Up

Misfit Vapor Smartwatch

wearables roundup 2017

This sleek smartwatch debuted at CES, promising GPS, heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, fitness tracking, and a virtual bezel.

Price: TBA

Casio Smart Outdoor Watch

wearables roundup 2017

The upcoming PRO TREK smartwatch from Casio has two location systems, a barometer, an altimeter, and other key features for outdoor adventurers.

Price: TBA

Which is your favorite wearable from our roundup?

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Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.
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