Huawei Watch 3 Review – Almost amazing, but some useful apps would be nice to justify the cost vs the Watch GT 2 series

Announced last week, the Huawei Watch 3 is the first global device from Huawei to run their own OS, HarmonyOS. It is a critical moment for Huawei, the shift to Harmony OS represents a no turning back point for their devices. Google and the Play Store are gone for good. HarmonyOS on a wearable makes … Read more

Best Fitness Tracker Bands – What is the best cheap fitness tracker & the best GPS equipped band?

For anyone that is just getting into basic fitness or that wants something a little more discrete than a watch, a fitness tracking band is a fantastic idea. The market is saturated, and you have many options to suit all budgets and requirements. Just three years ago, if you were on a strict budget, you … Read more

Suunto 9 Peak Announced: Over 36% thinner & lighter vs Suunto 9 Baro – Now with blood oxygen measurements

Today, Suunto has unveiled their latest flagship watch, the Suunto 9 Peak. As the name suggests, this isn’t a new-new flagship watch but an iteration of their excellent Suunto 9 Baro. One of the smallest & lightest flagship multi-sports watches on the market The stand out feature is its design, being considerably smaller than the … Read more

Flexispot Cycle Desk Bike V9 Pro Review – A more active alternative to your sit-stand desk & superior to under desk ellipticals

Update – FlexiSpot will be celebrating FlexiSpot’s Day this May 25th. FlexiSpot’s Day will be marked with special flash sales Up to 32% OFF Flash Deals from 24th May to 30th May. Get 15% off for other products SITE WIDE.  I have previously reviewed the excellent Flexispot electric E5 standing desk, and 3 years ago, the … Read more

Withings Body Cardio Scale will now give you a Vascular Age to give you a user-friendly view of arterial health based on the cardiovascular index

I have been a fan of Wi-Fi connected smart scales for years; it was an essential tool in my weight loss journey and continues to be useful for weight management. I originally bought on the Withings Body, then Nokia, but last year reviewed the flagship Withings Body Cardio scale. The scale takes things up a … Read more

Honor Band 6 Review – Still one of the best entry-level fitness trackers

The Honor Band 6 was announced for a global launch in January. I have been informed there is no official launch price or date yet, even though it has literally been on Amazon since mid-April for £44.99. Not much has changed since the Honor Band 5, but it is still one of the best entry-level … Read more

How to sync your activities from Huawei Health to Strava – For Huawei Watch GT series, Honor Watch and Honor / Huawei band

The Huawei and Honor range of wearables are some of the best on the market; they are priced well, look great, have incredible battery life and have superb features for the price, including accurate fitness trackings. However, there is one major flaw to them. Anyone half-serious about running, cycling or outdoor fitness, in general, will … Read more

MeacoFan 1056P Pedestal Fan Review – A better investment for cooling than a Dyson bladeless fan or any tower fan

The MeacoFan 1056P Pedestal air circulator (not a fan, but that’s what I am calling it from now on) is the top of the range fan from the British brand famed for their dehumidifiers. It is technically the same as the MeacoFan 1056, but it sits on top of an extendable pedestal, allowing you to … Read more

Garmin Venu 2 & 2S Launched with a bigger display, better Battery vs Venu + new Elevate V4 HRM & Connect IQ 4.0

[Update: 24/02/21] The Garmin Venu 2 & Venu 2S are now official Garmin has been a little quiet recently; they are hopefully gearing up for the Fenix 7 launch at some point later this year. However, in the meantime, it looks like the Garmin Venu 2 will launch. The Garmin Venu appears to have been … Read more

Suunto 7 & 9 now come in a titanium trim. Suunto 5/7/9 all get turn by turn navigation via Komoot

Suunto is prolonging the life of their watches by giving them a bit of a refurb. Both the Suunto 7 and 9 now come with a Titanium option giving them a “new minimalistic design with high-grade five titanium bezels.” The Suunto 7 is by far the best looking WearOS watch in my opinion, so I … Read more

Airthings View Plus Smart Air Monitor Launched – Now with PM2.5 vs Wave Plus making it an excellent alternative to the popular IQAir Air Visual Air

I reviewed the Airthings Wave Plus a couple of years ago; it was one of my first experiences of indoor air quality monitoring and I was impressed with what it offered. Last year I became more interested in Indoor Air Quality as part of my long quest to be as healthy as fit as possible. … Read more

NPE Runn Review – This Zwift friendly sensor to make your treadmill smart is equal parts amazing and frustrating

I bought the NPE Runn back in April 2020, like many people, I needed something to make my lockdown workouts a little more bearable. However, like a lot of products that I buy myself and don’t work perfectly, I have put off reviewing it, until now. What is NPE Runn If you are not aware … Read more

Ebac 3850e Dehumidifier Review – A impressive compressor dehumidifier with low running costs thanks to smart functions to automatically control humidity levels

I became a bit obsessed with air quality last year, I have found improving indoor air quality has reduced a lot of my issues with breathing. One factor in this is humidity levels. Too high and you promote the growth of mould, too low, and it can dry out your sinuses and cause other issues. … Read more

Strava support might soon come to Huawei Watch GT2 devices & finally be a good Garmin alternative

While I generally love the Huawei watches, they have a major flaw. For watches that are so focussed on health and fitness (the app is even called Huawei Health) there is a serious issue with the lack of integration with major fitness apps. Specifically, Strava. When I moan about it to other tech bloggers, I … Read more

Aftershokz Openmove Review – Affordable bone conduction open fit headphones perfect for running & cycling

Aftershokz has produced bone conduction earphones for around a decade now, with no other big brand offering them competition. This style of earphones is predominantly focussed on outdoor fitness providing increased situational awareness that in-ear options will never be able to offer. Bone conducting headphones are the only earphones that are approved for use in all road races under … Read more