Amazfit Stratos

The Draw: Sleek looks and ambitious functions

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This is a good-looking watch with huge potential. The gorgeous touchscreen is very sensitive, but the high resolution—although pretty—makes hitting the small “mark” while on the move di cult. Navigation takes some getting used to, and GPS accuracy/ pacing is hit or miss, but post-workout graphs and charts are excellent. This is also one of the few serious training watches (in other words: open-water swim, bike, run, and multisport, among others) with onboard music capabilities. However, a color touchscreen makes for a slim battery life of about five days of regular use.

70 grams

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