In the past, Apple watches were a novelty act for serious endurance and outdoor athletes, but with an improved battery life and legit workout functions, the Apple Watch Ultra is actually in the (long) race.
Not looking to spend as much on your smartwatch as you would on a laptop? The good news is that the Suunto 5 Peak and the Garmin Instinct 2 have everything a triathlete might need for under $400. But which watch wins?
The new Garmin Instinct 2 line could also be pound-for-pound one of the best multisport watches released so far this year. Read why.
Polar finally gets it right with the Grit X Pro, an all-in-one, self-reliant smartwatch that actually looks good and performs well. Read our review.
The indoor trainer and cycling computer brand that has been a longtime favorite of triathletes is branching out with its first smartwatch, but does it stand up in a crowded market?