The Pebble at Number 10?! I hear you all cry. Well, let’s just say this; design has a lot to do with a smartwatch and while the Pebble has far more color options than anyone else out there, the plasticky build and questionably large footprint can be offputting when there are watches like the Moto 360 and of course the Pebble Steel out there. Sure, the Pebble has a fantastic ecosystem of watch faces, apps and utilities available for it, now including 24/7 fitness tracking, but having to push all those buttons is pretty inconvenient. Android Wear has a long way to go, but with a touchscreen and some pretty good voice control, anything running Android Wear is arguably more convenient than operating a Pebble.

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