13 Genuinely Stylish Smartwatches to Get Right Now
Wearable technology can sometimes be a little...rough, shall we say. Sure, a computer on your wrist might sound cool, but the style element hasn't always landed. But some brands are finally starting to get it, implementing smart technologies into watches that look unassuming—even when you pair them with a suit. Here are 13 we're digging right now.
Fossil Q Machine Bracelet Hybrid Smartwatch
Fossil's bracelet watch syncs with your favorite apps, and its touchscreen face is extra helpful.
Marc Jacobs Riley Smartwatch
The silicone band gives this one an athletic feel—perfect for monitoring all those steps you can track.
Timex iQ+ Move Metro Smartwatch
Not sure a smartwatch is for you? Timex's well-priced option is a good way to find out.
Skagen Falster 2 Smartwatch
Skagen's minimalist vibe works surprisingly well for a low-key smartwatch.
Garmin Vivomove Smartwatch
Garmin's smartwatch uses a sneaky screen under the dial.
Michael Kors Bradshaw Smartwatch
This bracelet watch puts everything you need for the day in one place.
Samsung Gear S3 Classic
The Gear S3 smartwatch comes in two versions: classic and frontier. We like the classic for everyday wearing.
Emporio Armani Touchscreen Smartwatch
Armani might be best known for its suits, but the label makes a damn good watch, too.
Movado Connect Smartwatch
Movado stays true to its sleek watch design, even in this hyper-connected version.
Montblanc Summit Smartwatch
Montblanc uses a deceptively low-key leather strap and vintage-inspired face to disguise the full-scale amenities of this piece, including wifi connectivity, touch display, and Google assistant.
Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch
The classic face looks fully traditional, but this one also gives you notifications and tracks activity levels.
Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45mm Smartwatch
Tag Heuer's take was made for action sports—take it to the water, the mountains, or anywhere else you can imagine.
Breitling Exospace B55 Smartwatch
Breitling is anchored in technical capabilities, and its sportier feel is appropriate for the active life it was meant to support.
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