Smartwatches are no longer a thing that only a few can afford. With time, there have been quite a few makes, and now smartwatches are available in various ranges and designs. But at the end of the day, most of these smartwatches are big and chunky, and they tend to look a little odd on small wrists. This is true, especially if you want to wear one for a formal occasion.
Thankfully, things have changed over the last couple of years, and a few smartwatches are now aimed at women. Besides that, some of the smaller variants suit women well.
So, without further ado, let's check out some of our recommendations for the best smartwatches for women. But first,
The Apple Watch Series 6 should be your safest bet if you are on the Apple ecosystem. The watch hardware is snappy and fast. But more importantly, it features a ton of features for fitness and overall wellness, such as step count, breathing exercise, and automatic workout detection.
However, the feature that makes it superior to most smartwatches is the sync between the iPhone and the Apple Watch. There's no delay in any notifications or the entire sync process between your phone and watch.
And if you get the cellular variant, making and receiving calls is a walk in the park since it removes the dependency on the iPhone.
The performance is at par. All the measurements—be it your heartbeat or blood oxygen—are fast and quick. Plus, there are dedicated features for tracking mensuration, ECG, and always-on altimeter. The cycle track features works as advertised, and as long as you have fed it the proper data, you will likely see it pop up at the right time to remind you of your period.
The Apple Watch Series 6, especially the smaller variant, is flat and slim, which makes it perfect for a narrow wrist. And the lightweight form factor is the cherry on top.
If you have a Samsung smartphone, then the 2020 Galaxy Watch 3 is a good pick. The smaller variant looks good on the wrist and brings home a slightly different design. The circular dial and the rotating bezel blend give it a distinctive look. It looks traditional but equally modern at the same time. The graphics are sharp, unlike the more recent Galaxy Watch 4.
This one is a premium smartwatch and does everyday things with ease, be it tracking your heartbeat, step count, or your workouts. At the same time, it has a good mixture of smart elements and can easily reply to some of the notifications right from the phone.
Plus, the ability to control music right from your wrist is the cherry on top. Apart from the many things, the Samsung Health app also lets you keep track of your cycles. And the handy widget simplifies things even more.
The part where it differs from the Apple Watch is that it allows tons of customization. In fact, you will be blown away by the number of watch faces. Plus, the fact that this is the last smartwatch from Samsung to be based on Tizen OS makes it worth the money.
It syncs well with the phone, and the battery lasts more than a day on a single charge.
Since it's a generation old, you can expect to see some offers during the holiday season.
The Fossil Gen 5E is another feminine smartwatch. Unlike the one above, this smartwatch doesn't run a proprietary OS. Instead, it's based on Google's Wear OS. The Gen 5E features a slimmer strap and a smaller dial, which adds a touch of feminity to the watch. Also, it has an OLED display.
The Fossil Gen 5E is an affordable smartwatch, and packs several interesting things. For instance, you can track your sleep or ask your phone's smart assistant for any queries. While it shows step count and packs fitness-related features, it doesn't have built-in GPS.
And this can be an issue if you love going for long walks on trails or long-distance cycling.
Nonetheless, it gets the work done. It may not be the fastest smartwatch out there, but it gets the job done at a decent pace.
Lastly, the Gen FE doesn't feature a rotating crown like the watches above. Instead, it features a crown-shaped button.
Another smartwatch aimed at women is the Gramin Lily. It is a full-fledged smartwatch and works with both Android and iPhone. The highlight of this smartwatch is its feminine look. At 34mm, it's much slender than the watches above, which is a huge plus.
This smartwatch works as advertised and bundles all the basic features like pedometer, stress level monitoring as well as heartbeat monitoring. Furthermore, the period-tracking feature is advanced and also packs in features related to pregnancy planning.
More importantly, it bundles in a nifty feature called Live tracking, which lets your close ones keep an eye on your whereabouts.
The Lily features a monochrome LCD touchscreen display. And since it's an LCD screen, there's no Always on Display features. Instead, the whole screen goes off. And patterned glass keeps things interesting when the display goes off.
If you do not wish to spend a ton on a smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa 3 is an excellent place to start. This is a fairly new smartwatch and packs a sleek and slim design. Like the Apple Watch, this one also has a squarish design combined with a thin strap. However, the magic of the Versa 3 is not its design but it lies in its training and fitness tools.
Despite the low price tag, the Versa 3 comes with built-in GPS and lets you track your locations during workouts. Plus, the watch is designed to track around 20 activities ranging from the basic walk to swimming.
The biggest highlight is its battery life. On moderate usage, you can get up to 6 days of battery life. Interestingly it charges fast, and a mere 12-minutes charge is enough to see you through 24 hours.
It's not without its issues. For one, the Fitbit interface can be a tad laggy, especially when compared to the above smartwatches. Plus, some of the features are limited in iPhones. For instance, you can't reply to text from the smartwatch.
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These were some of the best smartwatches for women. These are slim, sleek, and lightweight, which makes them great on the wrist.
Plus, the combination of smart and fitness features and wellness makes these watches a must-have accessory for modern women.
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