Wearables Reviews

9.5

Amazing

Apple Watch Nike+ – Small, Nike-flavoured tweaks make the Series 2 even sportier

Apple loves a special edition where the Watch in concerned. For those buyers looking for something a little less ubiquitous than the standard aluminiu...[Read More]

9

Amazing

10
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Garmin Vivoactive HR – Probably all the fitness watch you’ll ever want – and more

You don’t need to get fit; you just need to become more efficient. And you’ve made a strong early move, cutting through the throng of wannabe fi...[Read More]

9.5

Amazing

10
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Apple Watch Series 2 – Jack of all trades, master of most

Gadget fans after a smartwatch have always had to ask themselves a big question: do I care more about sports tracking or smart functionality? That’s b...[Read More]

8

Great

9.1
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Fitbit Alta – A perfect fit for the everyman?

Fitbit is no slacker when it comes to activity tracking. Every one of its many wearables is simple to use and precision built to appeal to your self-i...[Read More]

7.5

Good

9.5
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Fitbit Blaze – A few good reasons to Blaze it

Here we are in May and still the Stuff team’s kinda working on its fitness. Still. To be fair, the sudden cold snap has made us all want to hibe...[Read More]

8

Great

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JawBone UP2 Long Term Test – Never take it off

I’m not one to consider technology indispensable. There’s always something new, something better, something that can do what your device c...[Read More]

6

Fair

9.6
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Jawbone UP3 reviewed: Pretty but pedestrian

Jawbone’s wearables have always had one obvious advantage over rivals: they’re better looking. The Jawbone UP3 continues this tradition by...[Read More]

8

Great

TomTom Runner Cardio

TomTom makes GPS units. That’s what we know them for, though their sports gear is pretty awesome too. If a bit specialist. And speaking of speci...[Read More]

7.2

Good

Garmin Vivoactive: Jack of most trades, master of some

The Garmin Vivoactive is part smartwatch, part sports watch and part fitness tracker. While it plays some of these roles very well, being a Jack of so...[Read More]

6.4

Fair

6.9
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Razer Nabu X

I’ve used a lot of fitness bands and smart wearables in the last couple of years. And mostly they’ve all been improvements on the versions that came b...[Read More]

6.7

Fair

Fitbit Surge review: Bigger isn’t always better

Before the Surge, wearables company Fitbit made fitness trackers and left the fully-fledged sports watches to the likes of Polar, TomTom and Garmin. B...[Read More]

6.8

Fair

Cogito Classic

Get a smartwatch, they said. It’ll be fun, they said. It’s not like I’m not already monitoring several devices, screens and websites...[Read More]

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