Smartwatches

Innovation: spitting out water

When I have used this feature the amount of water coming out is barely noticeable, but in the video above you get to see how clever the feature really is. That is watch innovation for sure.

HUBLOT BIG BANG e

Full of sophistication and advanced technology, this piece fits in perfectly with Hublot’s watchmaking tradition. All the codes that have helped build the brand’s reputation thus far can be recognised instantly, by enthusiasts and the public alike. A good pedigree… Read More ›

The Timex Metropolitan R

Timex hasn’t used Google’s WearOS on the Metropolitan series, and instead states the watch operating system and app are proprietary. The app has Timex branding and there is a long list of Timex watch faces too, but everything has a… Read More ›

The GBDH1000-1A7 Move… on

The most significant aspect of the new G-SHOCK Move collection is the presence of an optical heart-rate sensor that can measure your heart rate by detecting the blood flow under the skin. This sensor will provide you with at-a-glance health… Read More ›

The AlpinerX Alive

Unapologetically innovative and timelessly sleek – reach your summit with the AlpinerX Alive. Following the success of its predecessor, our new model reimagines the classic sports watch for men while combining tradition and technology. With features such as activity tracking,… Read More ›

Casio’s GBDH1000-1A7

Useful workout functions include an optical sensor for heart rate measurement, along with bearing, altitude/barometric pressure, and temperature sensors, and an accelerometer for step counting. These five sensors help to keep you in close touch of your current activity in… Read More ›