Apple Watch Series 3

It doesn't look any different than Series 1 or 2. It's what's inside Apple Watch Series 3 that makes all the difference. That starts with a cellular connection, which allows you to take calls, message, and stream music all without your phone. It also has a 70% faster processor, a barometric altimeter for tracking steps climbed and elevation change, and a new fabric sports band option. It's available in three aluminum finishes, two ceramic Edition versions, and a version sans cellular.

  • Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch

    Forget the Blaze. According to the company, the Fitbit Ionic is their first real smartwatch. Forced to play catch-up with Apple and Android, the Ionic has all the necessary features to compete, like water-resistance, GPS, a heart rate monitor, notifications, and contactless payments. It has several tricks to put it ahead of the competition, however, like dynamic on-device workouts that adjust and give feedback based on your vitals, four-day battery life, and a blood oxygen sensor to identify health issues like sleep apnea that other trackers miss. Available in three colors paired with a line of straps in different materials and designs.

  • Seiko Fieldmaster Lowercase Watch

    Created in collaboration with the Japanese design firm, the Seiko Fieldmaster Lowercase Watch gives a rugged feel to a classic silhouette. Each of the references is based on the Prospex diver's watch, complete with a rotating bezel and solar-powered quartz movement. Depending on the variant, it's finished with either fabric or leather NATO strap and offers water resistance to 200 meters. Available exclusively at select retailers in Japan.

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