NS, galaxy watch 3, , and the Fitbit Sense are sophisticated smartwatches that can do everything from tracking your overall health and wellbeing to taking calls on your wrist. But if you’re just looking for a basic smartwatch that won’t break the bank, you’re often left scouring Amazon or Wish listings to find the best deals. I’ve spent a week testing three budget options to help you find the best budget smartwatch under $100.
The best part about these three smartwatch models is that they work on all types of phones and are compatible with iOS and Android. They also have step, calorie, sleep and activity tracking, GPS, touchscreen, water resistant and heart rate monitor. They can also act as a remote control for music playback from an Android smartphone.
You can find my full impressions and reviews of each of these Android smartwatches in the video below, or read on for the cheat sheet.
Here are three of the best cheap smartwatch options under $100, in order from least to most expensive.
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