Check out these four smartwatches that can nudge you in the right direction to keeping fit this year.
If you're planning to stay fit this year, these workout buddies might just be your perfect match.
Samsung Galaxy Watch5
Samsung’s latest smartwatch offerings are the Samsung Galaxy Watch5 and the Watch5 Pro version. The main differences between the two are seen in the aesthetics as well as battery life, with the Pro version capable of lasting up to three days on a single charge. The innovative bioactive sensors in both smartwatches are designed to measure body composition and heart rate in real time so you can create healthy habits that last through helping track and keep updated on your workouts and what your body needs to stay fit and healthy in terms of sleep, water intake and more.
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Montblanc Summit 3
Those who are looking to track their fitness goals while looking posh might want to opt for the latest Montblanc smartwatch, the Summit 3. Handcrafted in lightweight titanium with matching rubber or leather straps, the smartwatch allows you to track your health and wellness goals while providing insights to help you fine-tune your fitness regime. It also has a fitness app and a broad range of support tools to maximise its usage.
realme Watch 3
The realme Watch 3 is a superior upgrade from its predecessor, so if you thought that was good, you will love this new iteration even more. Boasting a seven-day battery life, the brand positions the watch as your ultimate lifestyle companion. It packs over 100 exercise modes to track and ensure your health and fitness progress. Apart from being used for fitness, it also oozes with style and function, with plenty of watch faces to choose from and an excellent speaker system for calls.
Apple Watch Ultra
As the name suggests, this is the perfect watch for outdoor enthusiasts. It’s extremely durable and has the longest battery life compared to the Apple Watch Series 8 and SE models. Not only does it have the usual in-built tracking systems, one can also use the watch for diving with the Oceanic+ app, and it makes for a cool hiker’s buddy thanks to the redesigned compass app, which lets you mark locations to trace back your steps if needed.
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