MOTOROLA MOTO 360
£ 200 moto360.motorola.com
The Moto 360 was the first watch to show that style isn’t out of the question in the wearable tech market by opting for a round face, a design choice that has been much copied since. The 360 suffers a little from being an early entry to the market, with a weaker processor and battery than rivals such as the G Watch R, which have clearly benefited from extra time to scope out the competition. While it never feels sluggish, it isn’t as snappy as it could be and the battery life will always be at the back of your mind. For fitness it has a heart rate monitor and pedometer, and running on Android Wear means it has access to the widest selection of apps so far. Crucially, this is the smartwatch you’re most likely forget about having on your wrist – it can slot naturally into your life and training.