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Swatch Sistem51 Irony Watch Review

Coming this fall, the famed Swatch Sistem51 collection gets its most important update yet: Swatch will debut six new men's and one new ladies' piece with the new Swatch Sistem51 Irony pieces, finally offering this impressive movement in steel cases.Swatch Sistem51 Irony Watch With New Models Now In Steel Watch Releases

The review of Pebble 2

When Pebble showed up on the scene in 2012, there wasn't really a scene at all. The smartwatch market was barely nascent, before exploding into the huge industry it is today. Yet Pebble's open, OS-agnostic approach has helped it keep its status as a bit of a wearable cult hero.


Dagadam's smartwatch offers features aplenty

Irish startup Dagadam has announced the launch of a Kickstarter campaign for its first project, a smartwatch that weds a round, stylish design with a bevy of features.

Dagadam's watch works with both Android and iOS, so it earns a lot of points out the gate, and looks like someone rounded an Apple Watch using a file.

Which is to say it's pretty nice, although perhaps slightly too large for some wrists at 44mm.

Reviewing Garmin Fenix 3 HR

Garmin's greatest GPS watch yet? If you judge quality based on how many versions we've seen, the Fenix 3 is definitely up there, now sporting HR, Sapphire and Chronos variants. But it's the Fenix 3 HR we've been playing with to see if that wrist-based heart rate – along with all the other Garmin smarts – make this the sports watch to go for.

Swatch is against with smartch

Swatch Group, the world's b estselling watchmaker, is to introduce models that can make contactless payments and display data sent by smartphones.
The Swiss company's chief executive said the first of the tech-enhanced timepieces would go on sale .
But he said he had no plans to sell the kinds of fully featured smartwatches being offered by Apple, Motorola, Pebble and others.
Swatch accounts for 18% of all watch sale revenues, according to industry data.