Smart Watches: Which Smart Watches are the Best for 2022? Honest Review Based on My Experience Table of Contents This blog is about the Smart Watches/Health Trackers that I have used in the past and the reasons I am using them today. 100% honest opinion Nike+ Fuelband – Jump into the new decade with the highly successful Nike+ Fuelband. It tracked your steps and earned you Fuel Points throughout each day. It was capable of automatic Bluetooth syncing and the second edition, launched in 2013, enhanced the ambient light settings to make it glow brighter in dark situations. Fitbit Force The Fitbit force was announced on October 10, 2013. It features an OLED display

This shows daily activity and time. The Force keeps track of a variety of statistics in real time, including steps taken and distance traveled, calories burned, stairs climbed, and active minutes throughout the day. The Force can also track sleep at night and can vibrate to wake users up silently. Fitbit Force – Fitbit Surge Fitbit SurgeThe Surge is a thick smartwatch that also acts as an activity tracker. It was equipped with a heart rate monitor, as well as the ability to track distance, pace, and elevation using the GPS. Surge could also send text alerts and receive incoming calls via a connected smartphone. I was also allergic to the Force’s odd-looking design, so I have moved on from FitBit. FitBit was great. It had everything I needed, the design was off, but everything else was excellent. FitBit’s excellent customer service is something I will never forget. Google purchased FitBit in 2021. I hope they don’t take away the great customer service. Microsoft Band The Microsoft Band was released in October 2014. It sold quickly. It was similar to Nike Fuelband and had many great features, but its main purpose was to track your fitness on any platform. Microsoft Band 2 Microsoft Band 2 is the second-generation. It is compatible with Android, iOS, and Windows smartphones via Bluetooth. In 2016, Microsoft discontinued the product. I was then started to Samsung Galaxy Gear. The Gear that launched Samsung’s smartwatch assault had an inbuilt camera that allowed you to take photos and record videos from your watch. The watch’s shell was made of hard plastic. However, the rest of it had a flexible rubber band, a brushed-metal front frame, and a glass-coated screen. It was a great smart watch, with app support. Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Smartwatch Smartwatch LTE, heart rate monitor, Wi-Fi, GPS, and good battery life are just a few of the words that come to mind immediately. It is heavier and heavier than the Apple Watch, but it has Gorilla Glass and is MIL-SPEC-810G rated. The screen is 1.3 inches AMOLED. Samsung uses its own operating systems, Tizen, instead of Google’s Android Wear. I hate Google Play support and apps. It has many sensors, including an altimeter, barometer, and heart-rate monitor. The battery life was good. Did the watch make me feel good? I thought so until I tried Apple watch …?. Apple Watch This smart watch is amazing! It’s a great watch if you don’t find it ugly and don’t mind Apples lazy design that almost doesn’t change in 7 generations. This watch is for you. Google has not yet been able to integrate Apple Platform from iPhone to Mac Books. I don’t like