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You have only two wrists. And this is the wearable that deserves the coveted spot on your bod, feel free to wear two of it
Wearable Tech of the Year 2014

So many wearables, but only enough disposable income to splurge on one. So which deserves your handearned cash?

We've narrowed it down to these: the best of the best, the smartest of the smartwatches/smartbands and of course, the most wearable (because who wants to accessorise with an ugly chunk of tech?). You have spoken and this is your unanimous decision; the most wearable of them all is...

Jawbone Up24

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The discrete band isn’t just a colourful accessory, it quietly tracks your activity through the day and even through the night when you sleep. You can even add details about your diet and moods. You’ll be back in control of your life once you analyse and tweak the little factors that play a part in making you feel a whole lot better.

LG G Watch

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Subtle, smart, and slightly nerdy, the LG G Watch heralded the arrival of Android Wear. Thanks to the highly accurate Google Now voice command system, it’s a joy to operate even if it might look like you’re a little bonkers speaking to your wrist. Plus, it’s even waterproof up to a depth of 1m for 30 minutes for the sporty swimmer nerd.

Pebble Steel

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The smartwatch that kickstarted the revolution (pun completely intended) now comes smarter than before. Those who shunned the original Pebble for being too casual will fancy this well-dressed version. Still has the great apps, insane battery life of 5 to 7 days and friendliness with both iOS and Android systems. Win-win.

Sony Smartwatch 3

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This square-screened smartwatch might not scream style, but it sure has substance. Equipped with GPS, the sporty wearable also has 4GB of internal storage so that you can stream music through the Walkman app to your Bluetooth headphones. It’s also supposed to go for two days without a charge. Handy, or should we say wristy?