Fitbit Charge 5
For runners, this watch is very useful because it has GPS and an always-on function in addition to standard ECG and blood oxygen measurement. This watch also has skin temperature measurement and EDA sensor.
Android users can send short messages from their watch, iPhone users unfortunately do not have this added benefit. Since the watch is waterproof up to 50 metres, you can easily go swimming or bathing with it.
It can also monitor your period and sleep cycle!
Fitbit Versa 3
One of the easiest concepts to understand when trying to lose weight is the need to maintain a caloric deficit, meaning you stick to a certain amount of calories when eating and keep track of that amount when exercising.
If you plan to eat a little more than usual, you need to burn the appropriate number of calories through endurance or strength training to maintain your calorie deficit. This fitness watch will help you achieve your goal because it has a calorie counter and extensive health monitoring features.
Like most Fitbits, this watch can monitor heart rate, blood oxygen levels, skin temperature, sleep stages, and menstrual health in addition to the calorie counter.
The system ensures that you know how many calories you burn or ingest per day, so you do not overdo it and compromise your overall health during your weight loss journey. The device also has an always-on display.
Apple Watch Series 7
Every Apple user knows about the Apple Watch, a device to get if you own an iPhone and want a watch that syncs with the entire Apple ecosystem. The new watch has a larger display and can charge up to 33% faster.
Fans of the always-on display will be happy to see that this watch comes with that feature, as it can be used as a regular watch without having to “wake up” the device.
With the larger display, Apple has added a keyboard to the watch, making it easier to reply to messages. Users also get a free 3-month subscription to Apple Fitness with customized workouts based on their physique.
In addition, the watch features an ECG sensor, calorie counter and sleep tracker.
Garmin Fenix 7
It is good to have a heart rate monitor on your side when you are crunching to the beat of your workout playlist. With Covid being a proverbial pain and people experiencing heart problems as a result, wearing a watch with a built-in heart rate monitor may just save your life. This goes the same for men around their 40s, as the risk of heart attacks increases at this stage.
The Fenix 7 is the epic smartwatch with all of the rugged features made for sportspeople who are adrenaline junkies.
Like most Garmin smartwatches, there is built-in GPS and the ability to solar charge the watch – perfect for outdoorsy people as you would hardly ever need to grab the charger.
Besides the SpO2 sensor and the various modes for different sports, you can also pay with the watch or control your music playback on it. More specifically, you can assess your stamina to determine if you are ready for high-powered exercise for the day, or if you would be better off doing a more low-intensity workout, like yoga.
Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6
The Xiaomi watch boasts an AMOLED display with 30 different fitness modes. Its slim design is fashionable and befits every outfit, and it has a customizable watch face.
There is heart rate monitoring and blood oxygen tracking, taking into account your sleeping pattern in the process. Also, it is easy to charge due to its magnetic charging, so you needn’t remove the strap.