Best Smartwatch with Oximeter for 2020
Look around. A lot of people these days are not wearing traditional watches. Instead, they may frequently glance at their phone or their smartwatch. Smartwatches have become remarkably popular. Since 2016 smartwatches and other wearable electronic devices have grown from about $16 billion in sales and are projected to reach $73 billion by 2022. That is a growth of 456 percent!
Whereas traditional watches show time and often day and date, a smartwatch is really a computer on a wrist, using a touchscreen for a wide variety of applications and purposes. Perhaps the primary purposes of having a smartwatch could be for the benefits of time usage and health. As Denis Waitley, American motivational speaker and writer said, “Time and health are two precious assets that we don’t recognize and appreciate until they have been depleted.”