I created this blog in order to help you decide which smartwatch is the most suitable for your needs. I cover the newest trends, the newest smartwatches and all the latest information you should be aware of. I write guides on how you can make the most out of your device by providing step-by-step guides. I try to create troubleshooting articles to help my readers I also try to stay on top of the newest features and apps so I can make good recommendations. To sum it all up I write about the best smartwatches, I review them one by one, I review the functionality of apps and I add my own thoughts so I can make your life a little easier. I try to explain difficult things in a beginner’s friendly way.

Who am I?

I’m Ernests.

I’m not new to blogging I’ve been doing this since 2018, you might know me from other blogs as well. I like to cover tech – iPads, Laptops, Smartwatches, Keyboards, and other things that are relevant to my life, I do my research I buy the newest tech and I write about it here.

When I was doing my research, I could never find a blog or a site that would cover the specific things I would like to know, so I decided to create a blog in the way I wanted to. I cover all the things I was looking for and I noticed my readers valuing that, so I kept on writing.

Why should you trust me?

I write facts. I write about all the important details – specs, features, what’s new in the device compared to its previous models and I add my personal experience and my personal thoughts – what I liked specifically in the device, what I didn’t like, what could they have done better, what were the surprises I try to put all that in use cases, how you can get the most out of the device, how I got the most out of the device and I think that’s helpful to many people.

To simplify it even more – I tell you the facts and the cool things you can do with the specific smartwatch.

I sometimes get help from freelance writers – that helps me with facts and information. Of course, I double-check everything.

Why am I doing this?

It’s pretty simple – I’m not a saint. I don’t do this just to help others. I do it because I’m interested in it, and I know I can make a small amount of money from Amazon commissions and from ads I display on my site. It’s sort of a win, win.

When I’m interested in a specific device/gadget/smartwatch, I want to know specific things about it, and I couldn’t find anyone that covered all I needed, so it made sense to create my blog and write about smartwatches and provide everyone with valuable information – features, specifications, pros, cons, what’s new compared to the previous models, what’s inside the box, some alternative options, for who this device is made for any other information and of course I try to add my own personal experience.

What’s my rating process?

I try to be objective on this, but let’s be honest, all the rating metrics are subjective. I try to come up with metrics that are relevant to a specific group of people, and I try to rate the watches accordingly.

I try to value these specifics in smartwatches:

  • How good does it track fitness
  • Does it has navigation and how good is it
  • What’s the battery life
  • Can I make phone calls, receive texts with it?
  • Is it good for emergencies?
  • How easy is it to control media? Music and other apps
  • Time
  • Does it have an alarm clock?
  • Can I make automation with it and connect it to other gadgets

Apple Watch might be at the top of a lot of lists, but it probably won’t be at the top when it comes to the best smartwatches with the longest battery life, just so you understand my process.

Am I objective when it comes to raking smartwatches?

I really try to be. You won’t see me adding a smartwatch to a top list just to receive a commission. I try to be objective when I create lists and write reviews, and I think that’s why people value factual information in a single article which helps them make a decision.

When you have all the facts in order – price, battery life, features, specs it’s a lot easier to make an educated decision.

How do I make money from my blog?

I receive a small commission from Amazon if someone decides to click on the links below the smartwatches and actually buys them. I also receive a small amount of income from display ads that you probably have noticed on my site. Yes I know it’s annoying sometimes, but I will try not to get carried away with that, but I need some income in order to keep the blog active and updated which will help me cover some initial costs.


I do try to keep the blog up to date. In the tech space, it’s complicated, each year I need to update my articles since there are like 10+ new smartwatches released every year, and sometimes I can’t keep up with the updates, but give me some time and the articles will be updated and you will get the newest information about the newest gadgets.