Discover 2023’s Best Android & Apple Wearable Tech With This Comparison Site

Jun 20, 2023

Find the best smartwatch, the easy way. This fast and detailed guide from Amazon Top Gifts lays out all the details, features, bells, and whistles for all the top smartwatches and fitness trackers – so it’s easy to find one that matches your needs.

Are you up to date on all the fancy tech jargon you need, just to understand what it is you're buying?

I'm not, and I'm not afraid to admit it - there's just too much of it, and it's always changing.

As soon as I feel like I'm catching up, there's a whole new set of buzzwords, acronyms, and technical specs that I've never heard of before.

The worst part is that every company wants to describe things using their own special terms, which makes it even harder to compare. What if there was an easy solution though, that brought all the top options together into one place, made them easy to compare, and included all the latest discounts, so you'll never pay more than you should?

If you're saying, "That's Amazon Top Gifts!" - well... thanks for ruining my punchline, but I'm glad that you've already heard of it. Just in case you haven't though, let me lay it all out for you, with no tech jargon, and no acronyms, guaranteed.

Amazon Top Gifts features and compares the top items in, well, every category - but for right now all we really care about is wearable technology. They don't favor certain brands or try to sugar-coat things, they just give you the straight facts on products from big names like Apple, Fitbit, and Samsung.

If that's all you really need to know, why not check them out right now? You can see their full guides at or you can keep reading this blog to hear about some of my personal favorites.

Although, unlike their website, I can't promise that I'm not a little biased.

I was recently using the Top Gifts website to check out how smartwatches from major brands compare to lesser-known brands, such as AccuTime, AmazFit, and FitPolo. I'm not going to give you a detailed comparison, but I learned a lot of interesting things.

For example, did you know that the Apple Watch Series 8 is one of the few devices that allows users to send messages, stream music, or make calls without your smartphone?

Weird, right? But also, super cool. The Apple Watch Series 8 was built with its own cellular connection, specifically so that it can operate when separated from its paired smartphone, or even as a fully independent device. Using the Family Setup option, Amazon Top Gifts explained, you can set them up for your kids, older parents, or whoever - even if they don't use Apple products, or have a smartphone at all.

The Apple Watch also has what I like to call "old-person mode," and I love it. It uses an always-on retina display to make your watch act... like a watch. This is great because I can't stand looking at my watch, only to find that it's not even displaying the time. What's the point, right?

With the always-on display, no additional buttons or actions are needed to display the time. It's just there, all the time, like it should be.

Of course, it's not all "old-person mode," far from it. It's packed with more features, functions, gadgets, and toys than you can shake a stick at - and it comes in a mind-boggling collection of colors and materials, with practically unlimited options for customizing the watch face, or changing it at any time, from inside the app.

Did I mention that the website also collects information about deals, discounts, bonuses, and the like?

As I'm writing this, it tells me that right now, all new users will receive 3 months of Apple Fitness+ subscription, at no extra cost. If you're not familiar with it, it's a service that allows you to access trainer-guided exercise videos in 12 different categories, as well as guided video and audio meditations.

However, I just realized that I spent this entire blog talking about the Apple Watch. Remember when I said I was a little biased? So let's even things out, just a little bit, by quickly touching on some cool new features I found on the website for a new Samsung watch.

Specifically, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3. This device contains so many health-tracking sensors, it's almost like carrying a nurse in your back pocket. It constantly monitors your oxygen saturation, cardiorespiratory fitness, and heart rate, and then combines them into an easy-to-read little chart. It also allows you to record up to 30 seconds of electrocardiogram (ECG) data, with accuracy similar to a standard single-lead ECG.

It's been just a little over 50 years since the first-ever prototype for a digital watch, and look how far we've come.

When you're ready to upgrade from your boring old wrist-mounted clock to a full suite of health sensors and apps - just remember that you can get all the details laid out clearly and simply, at Amazon Top Gifts.

Oh, they also cover just about every gift category you can imagine, but that's a story for another day. Find out for yourself at

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