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5 Reasons You'll Need a Smartwatch in 2022

5 Reasons You'll Need a Smartwatch in 2022

It's hard to believe, but 2022 is just around the corner. And with that, comes a whole new wave of technology that will change the way we live our lives. One of the most important pieces of technology in 2022 will be the smartwatch. Here are 5 reasons you'll need one in your life!

The use of smartwatches is on the rise and they're quickly replacing traditional watches as people find themselves relying more heavily upon these devices. Smartwatch features vary from being able to monitor steps taken, calculating calories burned or sleep patterns kept but one thing remains constant - most owners love their display for telling time!

If you're in the market for a new watch, there are many different options available. Some people want something basic and simple while others prefer more customization options with their timepiece choices; even though smartwatches have only just become popular recently (especially since they first came out), this doesn't mean that everyone still hasn’t gotten used to them or feel uninterested by these devices altogether! It all comes down what works best based off your personal needs - if sporty features appeal more than style points then consider.

If you are uncertain about whether to add a smartwatch to your collection, keep reading for our list of 5 reasons you need a smartwatch in 2022.

Staying Connected

The most basic function of most smartwatches is that they can connect to a smartphone in order to display any phone, message, or social media notifications straight onto the wearer’s wrist. This gives the wearer the ability to answer messages and make phone calls from their watch, eliminating the need to remove their phone from their bag or pocket.

This is great if you're always on your phone! Notifications and messages can be read more discreetly, so the wearer will appear engaged in conversation. Urgent messages or calls could lead to missed opportunities for others though because they'll need quick responses - this feature exists mainly as an option with most smartwatches where there's no need glued permanently into one device all day long without being able contact anyone else at any time.

Fitness Tracking

The newest generation of fitness watches has been able to track a much wider variety than ever before. They're not just for runners or cyclists anymore, but also include features that cater towards those who participate in other sport-related activities like swimming and rowing! They are also capable of tracking traditional fitness activities, like running and cycling, with an incredibly high degree of accuracy. As the smartwatch is worn on the wrist, many are able to monitor heart rate for the duration of the exercise in order to keep track of personal health statistics throughout a fitness journey.


The GPS capability of smartphones has become a commonplace in modern life. However, it can be awkward to wave your phone around when trying find where you are going- especially if there is no reception! A smartwatch might offer the same location services as well but on an even more subtle scale than before due its smaller size and low profile nature. 

The next direction can be checked with a simple flick of the wrist, rather than needing to hold a phone for the entire journey. Smartwatches with GPS capability can use this feature to aid with fitness tracking. It can be used to track running, cycling, and similar activities, by logging routes and speeds in order to aid the wearer in progression and improvement.


Customizing a watch is not easy. There are many straps to choose from, and customization can be complicated because it often requires specialist tools. Smartwatches provide libraries with huge numbers of faces that you could put on your own personal clock - so there's no limit when trying out different styles! Some models also allow users shortcuts or apps made specifically for them in order make things easier while staying stylish too!" 

Smartwatches are becoming more popular as they can do everything from tracking your sleep schedule to reminding you when it's time for a meeting. They're also an easy way of inputting personal health information so workouts and rest times will be calculated based on what works best with each individual, their body type or illness(es).

Precision and Reliability

The most basic requirement of a smartwatch is that they can display the time. Smartwatches often fulfil this role better than most analogue watches, as long as their connection with your phone never goes down and there's always power running through it! In most cases you won't even need to worry about adjusting your watch when clocks go forward or back since these changes will happen automatically on course without any input required from yourself - unless something happens outside its normal functionality which might require some manual fixing up but we'll get into those more later.

Our Recommendations

Garmin Fenix 6S Pro Sapphire 

Garmin are well-known for their smartwatch collection. The brand adapted their popular activity monitors to have more functionalities that could be used in daily life. The Fenix 6S is a smartwatch that can act as both heart rate and pulse ox sensor. The battery life lasts up to 9 days when in watch mode, so you’ll never be left without your time! This model syncs with music services for on-the go listening pleasure - perfect if it's not workout day but still important enough to keep track of how long we've been working out or just enjoying some outdoor exploring outside our houses. This model exhibits a case made of fibre-reinforced polymer that frames a bezel that is made of rose gold plated stainless steel. The lens is made of scratch-resistant sapphire glass to ensure that the watch will be able to withstand the small knocks and bumps that it will encounter with daily wear.

The watch has GPS capabilities and a huge variety of gym and workout profiles, allowing the wearer to make the most of this smartwatch in all aspects of their life. An additional feature of the Garmin Fenix 6S is GarminPay, that allows the wearer to pay for items without the need to use their phone or wallet. This watch is finished with a shale grey leather strap, but also comes with a light sand rubber strap. The different materials allow this model to have very different looks, making it suitable to wear for any occasion. Garmin have designed this smartwatch for active individuals but have ensured to include a large number of features that will be useful throughout daily life.

Garmin Lily Classic Edition

The Lily is a smartwatch that can be worn by women of all ages, from Girly-QTech's website. It has an elegant design with either pretty patterns on the face or vibrant colors via its touch screen capability depending what function you need at present moment in time! You will never miss another notification again thanks to this little device closeby keeping track for us - it also syncs wirelessly so there are no pesky cables getting tangled up next too wherever. 

The battery life of this model can last up to 5 days. The watch has a heart rate monitor, respiration tracking, a pulse ox sensor and advanced sleep monitoring to ensure that the wearer is on top of their health and wellbeing. This model can also connect to a smartphone’s GPS to give accurate tracking of outdoor activities. This model has a chic appearance with a dark bronze bezel. It is fastened with a taupe Italian leather strap for an elegant and luxurious finish.

What are your thoughts on our 5 reasons you need a smartwatch in 2022? Will you be adding any of our recommendations to your collection? Let us know in the comments below!



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