The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Apple Watch Series 6 are among the most sophisticated smartwatches in the market. They can help you keep an eye on various health and fitness indicators, while keeping you productive. However, many people don’t want to spend more than $100 for a smartwatch, but they want something more functional than simple fitness trackers. Here are low-cost smartwatches that you may choose this fall:

LetsFit ID205L

This affordable smartwatch directly sends notification to you Android device and it works as a sleep monitor as well. The sleep tracking feature is among the most accurate, compared to other budget smartwatches. It has a decent 1.3-inch colour display, although it is not as bright as other models. This means, the LetsFit ID205L may not offer similar usability when seen under the sunlight. By default, there are four option watch faces to choose. Workout types include stationary biking, hiking, treadmill cardio, yoga, climbing, running and walking. With Apple Health, it is possible to sync the fitness tracking data. Because the smartwatch doesn’t come with built-in GPS functionality, you need to take a paired smartwatch with you. With regular uses, the battery should last for about 10 days. If you enable the standby mode, you can extend the battery life to 30 days or more.

NDur Smartwatch

The look is quite deceiving with this smartwatch, because its smart features and premium exterior doesn’t seem to match the $65 price tag. The strap feels comfortable to wear and it has sleek metal frame, so you won’t feel embarrassed wearing it. Among low-cost smartwatches, the 1.4-inch touchscreen display is among the brightest. If you spend more time outdoor, the NDur smartwatch should be one of the best choices. There are multiple workout types to choose, including football, basketball, badminton, skipping, cycling, running and walking. Because it doesn’t has built-in GPS, you need to pair with a smartphone. With a smartphone on hand, you should be able to observe workout route and track the whole distance. However, sleep tracking feature may not be among the most accurate. If you want a low-cost smartwatch with SpO2 sensor, the NDur Smartwatch is one of the best options in the market this fall.

Amazfit Bip S

Just like Galaxy Watch 4 and Apple Watch Series 6, the display of Amazfit Bip S can stay on continuously and the 1.3-inch TFT screen is enjoyable to use, although it is not the largest. If you want to use the Bip S, you don’t need to raise your wrist, because the display always stays on. Although the device doesn’t look as stylish compared to other premium devices, it still has a useful backlight. Unlike many low-cost smartwatches, the Bip S comes with built-in GPS functionality. This means you can use the device, without brining a smartphone in your pocket. The exercise tracking options are quite robust too, with ten different workouts, including outdoor/indoor swimming, yoga, weights, spin, walking, treadmill cardio, elliptical, cycling and running. If you haven’t moved for a while, the tracking functionality will be disabled. There are also numerous watch face options, so you can customise the Bip S, depending on your moods or personality. With regular uses and occasional GPS tracking, the Bip S could last for two weeks on a single charge. If you use it only for tracking time, it could last for more than a month.