Buying a wearable these days is not easy. For starters this is one of those markets that has taken for ever to grow out of infancy. As a result we see companies approach the market differently, and bringing a lot of disparity to the offerings that you can choose. Still, we get questions every day on Twitter regarding the best smartwatch for important lifestyle needs like fitness, or simply the usefulness of notifications at a quick glance. The biggest problem is that even with all the offerings out there, you’d be shocked at how few of these products get both of these needs right. The ones that do, fail at other basics like battery life or other essentials. If you’re on the ropes trying to decide which smartwatch is right for you this holiday season, hopefully this video can help you out.

We’ve got a ton of articles coming with the best deals all around, but just keep in mind that the cheapest deals are not necessarily the best value for your investment. If you plan to hold on to your purchase for the next few years, the best is that you choose the right product for your specific needs, and that’s what this video is for.

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