4) Diesel On

Not into sleek and minimal? Maybe the Diesel On, the company's first Android Wear watch, will strike your fancy instead. The Wear 2.0 watch is big and brash, with chunky styling on the metal and bold leather straps, as well as a meaty US$325 (RM1440) price point to match.

The Diesel On also comes with some curious "filters" that appear when idle, such as a cracked-screen effect that increases as more notifications come through, and a building fog that covers the screen when you're not active. Smart motivation, or baffling gimmick? We'll find out when the On ships closer to Christmas.

Find out more about the Diesel On smartwatches

5) Fossil Q Venture/Explorist

Both the Diesel On and Misfit Vapor fall under the wider Fossil Group umbrella, but Fossil itself launched a couple more Q smartwatch options this week.

The Fossil Q Venture and Fossil Q Explorist build upon the company's previous Q models – or actually, they take away from them, as both promise slimmer builds than before. The Q Venture is a stylish men's watch, while the Q Explorist is a slimmer, elegant-looking women's model, and both will pack Android Wear 2.0 smarts.

Both watches will also pack bright AMOLED touchscreens, but specs are otherwise thin on the ground - we'll update this story when we hear more details.

6) Movado Connect

Still haven't found the Android Wear 2.0 watch of your desire? Point your eyes towards the Movado Connect, which will have five men's styles available later this year, albeit at the rather steep starting price of US$495 (RM2190).

The one we've seen so far is boldly adorned with a black strap connected to sleek silver lugs, while the large circular face manages to be both minimally adorned and maximally attractive. That's a high price to pay for an Android Wear watch, but between the hardware and Movado's exclusive faces, this could be a style power play worth making.