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The best smartwatches, fitness trackers, and wearables for Android (Winter 2019)

Not everyone needs or wants a screen on their wrist, but for those of us who like tracking workouts and responding to notifications without reaching for a phone, smartwatches and fitness trackers can be fantastic tools. They can give us enhanced insight into our health, or simply give us easier access to tools and controls without pulling a phone out.

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Get the excellent Samsung Galaxy Watch Active for $150 ($50 off)

Android-compatible smartwatches are a dime a dozen, but good ones with a good balance of features, responsive UX, and battery life are hard to come by. Among these rarities are Samsung's Tizen smartwatches, and today you can get the fantastic Galaxy Watch Active for $150, an all-time low price.

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Get Fossil's Gen 5 smartwatches for only $185 ($110 off) (Updated)

The Fossil Gen 5 is currently one of the best Wear OS smartwatches you can get if you want to invest in Google's vision for wearables. Only about three months after the initial release, it's already heavily discounted on Amazon. You can save $90 on the Carlyle Stainless Steel and the more feminine Julianna Stainless Steel variants of the watch as they're down to just $205.

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Honor MagicWatch 2 is a health-focused wearable with two-week battery life

Huawei sub-brand Honor has just unveiled a range of new products at an event in Beijing, including its latest fitness-focused smartwatch, some smartphones, and even a laptop. The Honor MagicWatch 2 will be coming to global markets, and it looks like a decent piece of kit that won't break the bank.

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Grab the Withings Steel HR Sport hybrid watch for just $140 ($60 off)

Hybrid smartwatches are so hot right now. If Fossil's latest entry into the product category doesn't excite you, perhaps a similar model from Withings will - especially since it's on sale for $60 below the regular price.

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Save up to 63% on Fossil Gen 4 and Sport smartwatches in this early Black Friday sale (Update: More watches)

 

Fossil's made quite a name for itself as one of the few OEMs that has stuck with Wear OS since its early days as Android Wear. Now you can own some of the company's very best wearable tech, like the worthy Gen 4 and the lauded Fossil Sport, for a steep discount. Right now, save up to 63% on more than half of Fossil's current smartwatch portfolio on Fossil's website and at Amazon.

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Black Friday arrives early for Misfit smartwatches with $100 off across the range

If you’ve been holding off on purchasing the Misfit Vapor X, or one of its forerunners on the basis of price, then you’re in for a treat with an early Black Friday deal from Misfit. The brand is striking off $100 from its entire Wear OS-based smartwatch collection, including its newest offering. Using this pre-applied discount, you can grab the original Misfit Vapor for as low as $80, although without a strap.

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Grab a Samsung Gear S3 Frontier for $189 ($41 off)

Ever since Samsung forsook Wear OS and decided to blaze its own trail with Tizen, the company has been churning out some great smartwatches. The Gear S3 Frontier may be three years old now, but it still remains stylish and performant today as a smart companion for your phone. After fluctuating quite a bit on price lately, it has settled down to $189 at Amazon.

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First-generation Fitbit Versa discounted to $120 ($50 off) on Amazon

Over the last few years, Fitbit has become synonymous with fitness tracking. While its earlier products tended to be simpler devices that focused on step tracking, the company has transitioned to more intricate wearables that combine best-in-class fitness tracking with the features and form-factor of a standard smartwatch. At the moment, you can pick up a Fitbit Versa for $120 at Amazon, saving $50 off the list price.

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Galaxy Watch and Watch Active pick up assortment of new features

Samsung smartwatches are popularly associated with their rotating bezels, but the Galaxy Watch Active came out with an inert glass bezel, embracing a monumental design shift to some users’ dismay. Its unanticipated follow-up met halfway with a new touch bezel that emulates its mechanical peer using haptic vibrations. Turns out, you can get this interactive bezel on the original Watch Active, and an update is already underway to enable it.

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