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Military Life: Best Smartwatches of 2019

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With the plethora of smartwatches available for purchase today it can be hard to choose the one that will be absolutely perfect for your needs and lifestyle. To help you out,  we’ve examined five of the best smartwatches of 2019. 

Apple Watch Series 5

Cost: Starts from $399

The best smartwatch of 2019 is the Apple Watch Series 5, so if you have an iPhone, what are you waiting for? A new feature of this smartwatch is the always-on display, meaning that you will always be able to see the time and your watch face. The watch can be personalized with a band, watch face, and material of your choice. The Series 5 comes with new apps and enhanced fitness trackers that not only keep an eye on your heart but also motivate you to move, exercise and stand. It is simply a watch created with you in mind. 

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 

Cost: Starting at $279 

The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 is the best smartwatch choice for those who have android phones. This watch comes in two sizes and offers a larger screen display due to its pure black screen and almost invisible border. You can customize your watch face to match your outfit, and also pick from a huge selection of straps to find the one that best fits you. The watch also offers enhanced fitness features that let you know how you’re doing at any time. 

Fossil Q Gen 5

Cost: Starting at $295

The Fossil Q Gen 5 is another great smartwatch for android users and is coming soon for the iPhone as well. With extended battery life and 8 GB of storage, you can store more and do more. The Fossil Gen 5 comes in two different versions - there is the Juliana HR which is geared towards women with its rose gold stainless steel case, and there is the Carlyle which is geared towards men with its gray stainless steel case. 

Fitbit Versa 2 

Cost: $299.95

If you’re looking for a health and fitness smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa 2 is a great choice. Equipped with 24/7 heart rate tracking, sleep score tracking, Spotify for music, 6+ day battery life, a myriad of Fitbit apps, and a built-in amazon Alexa, the Versa 2 was designed to help you live better. It comes in multiple designs and hundreds of clock faces to make sure you get the look you want. With the Fitbit Versa 2, you will be able to gain a better understanding of your body and meet your goals sooner. 

Huawei Watch 2 

Cost: Starting at $275

The Huawei Watch 2 is a great smartwatch that comes in sports and classic watch styles. It has 4G connectivity that supports SIM and eSIM cards, so you can get your calls and messages easily and conveniently. As with the other smartwatches on this list, the Huawei Watch 2 offers great fitness tracking, apps, and customization options. 

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