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7 Smartwatches You Don't Have to Wait For

Patience may be a virtue, but we don't have that.
Good things come to those who wait, but...what can we say, we're super impatient. Here, seven smartwatches that are available to purchase now.
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Alcatel One Touch Watch
Unlike many smartwatches, Alcatel syncs with iOS or Android—meaning you don't have to choose. (Hallelujah). And the five-day battery life is no joke. $149.99; alcatelonetouch.us
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LG G Watch R
If you're into the classics, this one is a no fuss watch compatible with Android. Sporting the look and feel of a traditional wristwatch, it offers a water-resistant body and bluetooth capability for wireless workouts and voice control for convenience. $309; Amazon.com
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Motorola Moto 360
Say hi to your new bestie. With a voice control feature that lets you text, set reminders, check the weather, and ask for directions, you'll never have to tackle your busy day solo. $179; Amazon.com
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Pebble Steel SmartWatch
Pebble Steel proves you don't have to drive a Lamborghini or work in tech to own and navigate a smart watch, as it's probably the most intuitive of the bunch. $186; Amazon.com
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Samsung Galaxy Gear S
Samsung's first network-connected wearable is taking the Android world by storm. This wearable can check Facebook, answer a call, map your run, track your steps, monitor your heart rate...you get the gist. $349.99; Verizonwireless.com
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Sony SmartWatch 3
A sporty design with bright interchangeable straps is perfect for the fitness-focused and the fashion-obsessed. $234; Amazon.com
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Vector Watch Luna
Minimalist design with top-notch features are the trademarks of Vector's new SmartWatch line. Choose the Luna's round frame for a sophisticated look or the rectangular Meridian for more of a statement. Bonus: It lasts for thirty days off of one charge. $349 (preorder); Vectorwatch.com
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