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Based on your quiz answers, these are the smartwatches that we recommend for you.

These are the best smartwatches for listening to music and podcasts.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 – The Best Smartwatch for Music

Put simply, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is one of the best smartwatches available

It’s also the best smartwatch when it comes to listening to music and podcasts.

It offers true streaming directly to your wrist (only with the LTE edition and a paid streaming subscription with Spotify or something similar and). It also offers the ability to download music to the on-board storage. This can be beneficial as streaming can be quite a drain on battery life.

The other huge benefit here is the inclusion of an in-built speaker. That means you can listen to music without connecting external Bluetooth headphones or speakers. But, as you can imagine it’s pretty small so don’t go planning any parties!

It’s a true rival to the Apple Series 6, which has been considered the king of smartwatches until now.

The LTE edition even allows you to leave your phone at home and connect with the world in a way that was once only seen in sci-fi movies!

Excellent battery life, solid fitness tracking, and trusted Samsung design make this an excellent all-rounder.

Garmin Venu 2 smartwatch


Garmin Venu 2 – A More Health/Fitness Based Alternative

Garmin are well known for their awesome fitness based smartwatches and the Venu 2 maintains most of these features but adds more day to day functionality.

It’s a great addition to the Garmin line-up that has really impressed us since its recent release.

Extensive fitness tracking, health monitoring, coaching, music playback, contactless payments, smart notifications, and solid battery life are all on offer here.

Music playback is limited to downloading onto the onboard memory and listening through Bluetooth headphones or speakers (via a paid Spotify subscription). That means no streaming and no built-in speaker. 

I change my music every few weeks. I currently have 700 songs and 3 hours worth of podcasts stored on mine.

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