ALCATEL ONETOUCH WATCH
TBC (expected to be £80-£ 100) alcatelonetouch.com
This smartwatch isn’t available in the UK yet but is likely to be much cheaper than most other options. It’s perhaps surprising, then, that it’s one of the more stylish choices available. The other great thing about the Onetouch is that its proprietary software works with both Android and iPhone, making it an attractive option
for Apple users who don’t want to wait for the Apple Watch – or shell out for it once it arrives. This software means you’ll have to make do with the stock selection of apps, but these include a heart rate monitor and altimeter for your fitness needs. The only noticeable gap in functionality is that you can’t use the watch to reply directly to notifications sent from your phone, although – aside from
being able to show off to your mates – its debatable how necessary this is. A standard USB plug hidden in the strap lets you charge the Onetouch Watch, which means you won’t have to worry about carrying a charger. If you’re on a budget or using an iPhone,
this is certainly a stylish and affordable option for fitness tracking.