You’d be hard pressed to find a better adventure companion than the Fenix 6. This do-everything GPS watch is packed with features for every kind of activity, whether in town or high in the mountains: wrist-based heart rate, a gajillion sport modes, smart notifications and of course, excellent navigation. Our…
After months of testing, it’s proven to be everything I need for adventuring. And then some.
Sleek timepieces for every kind of adventure
We included the Venu in our 2020 Winter Buyer’s Guide roundup of the best smartwatches. It has over 20 preloaded sport modes, a built in GPS, and can store music. It also has an incident detection feature which will direct a paired phone to dial an emergency contact in…
It's more affordable than the Series 6 and comes with the most important features
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The Spartan Sport Baro is one of our favorite pieces of trail running gear. The watch not only tracks distance, pace, and heart rate—it also provides barometric pressure, altitude, elevation gain, and recovery time. Plus, it has 80 different sport modes and is water resistant up to 100 meters.
Hold on to your fitness goal harder than ever before with this data-driven bundle from Garmin. It combines a multisport GPS heart rate monitor watch with an HRM-Tri heart rate chest strap to deliver top-notch results after every workout. The watch is great for everyday use too—smart notifications hit the…
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Simple and capable, the SWII is a solid field piece
(Courtesy Citizen) Citizen Promaster Tough ($495) Badass brothers and clumsy cousins alike will dig the aptly named Citizen Promaster Tough. The reason: it has a shock-resistant case with a hardened coating that’s five times more resilient than regular stainless steel. Therefore it’s almost impervious to scratching and also staves off…
It’s easy to overlook the thing that straps a timepiece to your wrist, but you do so at your peril
Our world is more digital everyday, but humans are analog creatures
For decades, brands have been on a quest to develop ever more capable timepieces so they can capture your imagination
New tech automatically adjusts settings to keep the watch in tracking mode longer, without sacrificing accuracy
The family of three watches gets even fancier navigation features, and the 5X Plus gets a pulse oximeter
The gift of a watch says “You’re special.” The gift of the WeWood Laguna timepiece ($320) says “You’re one of a kind.” Italian manufacturer WeWood uses remnant hardwoods, so no trees are cut down to get that handsome, grainy bezel and band. For the Laguna, the brand reclaimed oak from…
A watch that pays tribute to America's first fighter pilots.
Groundbreaking designs and updated classics for every wrist. (Tissot) Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar Here’s something new under the sun: the first solar-powered touchscreen watch. The Expert Solar’s spare, Euro-cool design and titanium case conceal a wealth of useful digital gadgetry behind its analog face, like an altimeter, a weather monitor, and…
Everything from basic bump protection to bomber cases designed to keep your Watch safe from rocks, dirt, and water