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.