Fitbit Blaze

The leader of the pack for fitness trackers, Fitbit has now made its first smartwatch. It’s a full-featured tracker, including continuous heart rate monitoring, automatic step count and sleep measurement, but it’s got a couple of useful sports- and smartwatch functions. It can track runs, rides and a variety of workouts, and display incoming calls, […]

Garmin vívoactive HR

Garmin’s original vívoactive topped our charts for almost a year. It was a tough category too, with a dozen brands of sports watches and trackers duking it out. But it was a pretty great package: through-the-day activity tracking, smartwatch notifications, serious multi-sport functions (running, cycling, swimming and more) with GPS for accurate results. All of […]

Happy Plugs Deluxe  review

A relative newcomer to the headphone game, this Swedish brand uses handmade drivers that deliver shockingly good sound in their humble price range. Other than the great audio performance, the overall build is deceptively solid for something that plays as a stylish, streetwear brand. The in-line remote and mic are a welcome addition, and they’re […]

Sennheiser Momentum 2 review

It’s a very rare thing when a single product comes to dominate a category so completely, but that is what you have here. These are accepted by audio experts around the world (and the Tech writers) as the best headphones ever made for regular users, no exceptions. From the near-perfect detailed and balanced sound, to […]

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