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10 Best Smartwatches Designed To Up Your Wearable Game – Yanko Design

10 Best Smartwatches Designed To Up Your Wearable Game – Yanko Design


10 Best Smartwatches Designed To Up Your Wearable Game – Yanko Design

An exceptional smartwatch can really transform your everyday life. Since we can honestly use them for everything – sometimes for everything except telling the time! They go beyond simply telling the time, these multifunctional timepieces can now keep a check on our health, update us on the weather, function as an alarm clock, give reminders, cater to the blind, and even function as a case for your AirPods?! Designers are coming up with smartwatches that not only provide perfect form and functionality but also manage to look super smart when we wear them. The options are endless, so to help you pick a smartwatch that works best for you, we’ve curated a collection of innovative and cutting-edge smartwatches that will cater to everyone’s unique time-telling needs and requirements, and also totally deserve to be on your wrists.

1. MSI Gaming PC Watch

It looks like a watch from afar. Come close, however, and it looks like a gaming PC. What is it? Well, it’s both! The MSI Gaming Watch is a concept that pays homage to the detailed innards of most advanced gaming rigs. They say watches have complicated internals, which is why the transposition is perfect! Instead of a tourbillon and movement, you’ve got fans, graphics cards, and a motherboard, all scaled down to a size small enough to fit into a chunky wristwatch. Look closely at the fans and you’ll see tiny hands telling the time too. After all, the MSI Gaming Watch isn’t all show and no tell. However, it is a LOT of show! Just look at it! I dare you to look away!

Why is it noteworthy?

You’re likely to have one of two reactions to the MSI Gaming Watch – either you think it’s functionally useless, if you’re looking for an active timepiece… or you think it’s the most awesome thing you could wear on your wrist since those nixie tube watches we saw a few years ago. If you’re a gaming nerd or a PC builder, chances are you’re a part of the latter school of thought.

What we like

  • Hyper-cool design gives you gaming memorabilia on your wrist
  • Those components look very intricate, with tiny graphics cards, fans, etc.

What we dislike

  • It isn’t really a watch as much as it’s a really cool-looking wrist wearable. Time forms a very small part of what the MSI Gaming Watch is all about.

2. Rabbit R1 AI Watch

Named the R1, a walk-talkie-esque device was designed by Rabbit in collaboration with Teenage Engineering, and displayed at CES 2024. It is an AI-assisted smartphone alternative amped with a screen, camera, and scroll wheel. And, designer Alisher Ashimov has transformed it into a compact AI watch.

Why is it noteworthy?

The Rabbit R1 AI Watch is designed to eliminate the need to carry an extra device in your pocket. It functions as a wearable with enhanced portability, allowing you to carry it around without compromising on the uniqueness and utility of the original design.

What we like

  • Portable and easy-to-carry-design
  • Reduces dependency on smartphones

What we dislike

  • There is no information on the specifications of the AI Watch, so we’re unaware of its capabilities

3. Wrist (1)

Dubbed the Wrist(1), this innovative smartwatch reminds you of the high-end skeletal watches or the niche transparent watches that have their insides all exposed, where you can quite literally watch the watch movement. The Wrist(1) has a crystal-clear transparent case that reveals its internal component.

Why is it noteworthy?

The transparent case exposes the raw beauty of the accurate engineering, making it a unique and interesting-looking watch. The smartwatch also has health and fitness-centric features like a heart rate monitor and step counter. The LED and photodiodes work together with AI algorithms to provide accurate measurements.

What we like

  • Showcases the raw and real beauty of the complicated inner mechanism of the smartwatch
  • Gives the feel of a high end watch which a skeleton design

What we dislike

  • Watches are exposed to more wear and tear than a smartphone as we can easily bump our hand, however we don’t know how the clear material will fare. Also wearing a case will take away the appeal of the transparent design.

4. JUSTWATCH

Dubbed the JUSTWACH, this stunning smartwatch is a smooth amalgamation of the old and new. It is designed for individuals who prefer a futuristic smartwatch integrated with style and functionality. It is marked by clean lines, and a sleek profile, creating a smartwatch defined by classic beauty.

Why is it noteworthy?

The smartwatch is inspired by the icons of the past, and it has a delicate and subtle vintage vibe combined with modern functionality. It lets you take a trip down memory lane, where modern utility meets with the analog dial amped with a monochrome display.

What we like

  • Has a comfortable fit for all-day wear
  • Equipped with a rectangular digital watch display

What we dislike

  • It’s a conceptual design, so we don’t know how well it will translate into a tangible product

5. Polar Vantage V3

Polar Vantage V3 | Premium Multisport Watch

Polar’s latest Vantage V3 smartwatch is a much classier successor to its 2020 Vantage V2. The new smartwatch is designed for athletes and is equipped with exciting features like the Polar Elixir biosensing tech and a bigger aluminum bezel that provides support for 22mm wristbands.

Why is it noteworthy?

The Polar Elixir biosensing suite has an improved OHR tracking sensor, wrist-ECG, skin temperature sensor to track body temperature, and an oxygen saturation monitor as well. These various elements deliver accurate biometric readings, offering you updated information about your body.

What we like

  • Has an almost Nordic look, giving the sports watch a fancy appearance
  • Gives you data-driven information on your body, letting you customize your fitness plan

What we dislike

  • Doesn’t have the best battery, could have a longer battery life
  • Doesn’t have a lot of scope for customization

6. VOIXATCH

Called the VOIXATCH, this is the first smartwatch ever to have its own built-in Bluetooth headset. The VOIXATCH is creating a world where watches and earphones exist in a close-knit ecosystem, with one single product carrying out all the functions your phone usually would, without you needing to even pull your smartphone out!

Why is it noteworthy?

The smartwatch features LTE and GPS, alongside its own SIM card slot, Google voice assistant, a battery life of 48 hours, a heartbeat sensor, and a gyroscope. Within the VOIXATCH’s bezel is a detachable ring that can transform into a Bluetooth headset.

What we like

  •  Only smartwatch to effortlessly combine a Bluetooth headset into its design

What we dislike

  • The battery life may not be long enough for some users

7. M O S KI T O

Meet M O S KI T O – a Swiss analog smartwatch and bike speedometer! It combines precision chronograph and smart bike computer into one sleek and aesthetic design. It is the ultimate design piece for gadget lovers! It merges a classic design, long battery life, and smart notifications.

Why is it noteworthy?

With the M O S KI T O, you’ll never miss another important call, message, or e-mail. It informs you immediately if you have an important notification incoming – all you need to do is take one glance at the dial! It has a charging function which means you’ll never have to change its batteries.

What we like

  • Compatible with Strava and Garmin
  • Available in a variety of color options

What we dislike

  • Functionality is a bit limited in comparison to other smartwatch designs on the market

8. Nubia

Dubbed the Nubia, this smartwatch has an impressive 4-inch display that smoothly wraps around the upper section of your wrist. It is supposed to have a pretty large display in comparison to other smartwatches. It is designed to present information in a way that is easy to see and access, irrespective of the angle.

Why is it noteworthy?

Nubia has a visually appealing vertical display, and it is long enough to ensure you don’t need to scroll away on a little screen. It features a real-time heart-rate tracker, 4 fitness tracking modes, a find your phone feature, and the ability to accept and reject calls.

What we like

  • The battery runs for a week in power-saving mode
  • Resistant and durable display

What we dislike

  • It doesn’t let you reply to messages from certain apps, or even read messages from some

9. TIME OFF!

“Time

Meet the TIME OFF! watch –  a smartwatch that is designed to mute those pesky smartphone notifications. The TIME OFF! has a companion app like most smartwatches, and you can control the settings through it. Using the app you can pick which apps to mute during your “time off” or resting mode.

Why is it noteworthy?

After you’re done saving those settings, you can simply silence notifications from those apps by pressing the red button on your TIME OFF! watch, you don’t even need to pick up or use your phone. It has a simple minimalist design with a solid-colored band and a face with a small LED sliver.

What we like

  • Lets you take time off from apps and social media
  • Minimalist design that complements all outfits and looks

What we dislike

  • It’s a conceptual design, so we don’t know how well it will translate into a tangible product

10.  SuperCharger2

Meet the world’s first self-charing smartwatch! Called the SuperCharger2, this innovative smartwatch stores and tracks all your activities automatically, keeping them ready to sync anytime you want. It features various interesting elements such as Personal Health Coach, Step Counting, and Sport Tracking!

Why is it noteworthy?

The SuperCharger has its own automatic self-charing mechanism, which provides it with complete autonomy. Besides charging itself, it also records your heart rate, workout, sleep, and Blood Oxygen Levels.

What we like

  • Stylish and long-lasting design
  • Eco-friendly design made from ocean materials

What we dislike

  • No vibrate mode to alert you to important notifications



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