So, you’re in the market for a smartwatch and you want a wearable that is feature packed? While the all-new seventh-gen Apple Watch and Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 are both great buys, they don’t come cheap. We round up 5 smartwatches that get a lot of stuff done and cost under Rs 20K:

Fitbit Versa 3: Fitbit’s value proposition rests heavily on its OS experience as well as Fitbit Premium (Rs 999 per year with a 6-month free trial on the Versa 3) that offers drill down wellness data. This includes the handy Daily Readiness Score that recommends how hard you should work out. You get some smartphone functionality including an array of watch faces, Spotify support and a loudspeaker that allows you to answer your calls from your wrist (once you’ve hooked up your phone via Bluetooth). There’s also a raft of fitness features including SpO2 tracking and Fitbit’s popular sleep tracking option. (Rs 18,999) 

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OnePlus Watch Harry Potter Limited Edition: even if you’re not a self-described Potterhead, this limited edition watch should still be on your radar. It’s an improvised version of the OnePlus watch that has a terrific 1.39-inch AMOLED display (454 x 454 pixels / 326 PPI). There are multiple workout modes and it charges in a jiffy – a 5-minute charge delivers a day’s power; just what you need on a manic Monday. Harry Potter customisations for this edition include a vegan leather band embossed with the iconic Hogwarts Crest and UO tweaks that include fonts, animations and watch faces (Rs 16,999) 

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 3: one of our favourite colours on Samsung smartphones and wearables is Mystic Bronze – it’s almost where copper meets rose gold. The Galaxy Watch 3 that debuted last year is still available in this shade and has seen a price drop. This smartwatch seeks design inspiration from the craftsmanship of a luxury timepiece. Samsung sticks to its trademark circular dial that’s built with premium materials and a slimmed-down version of the popular rotating bezel. It includes key wellness features including SpO2 monitoring and a vital VO2 max feature that follows your cardio progress to provide insight into oxygen consumption. (Rs 18,999) 

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Apple Watch Series 3: if you’re an iPhone user and need a smartwatch that’s not too pricey, the Series 3 is actually worth checking out. The build quality is top class. Agreed, it doesn’t have features like SpO2 tracking or ECG but it’s still worth trading those wellness features for the Watch OS experience. You get access to a whole bunch of Apps and a smartwatch that works better with your iPhone compared to any other wearable out there. (Rs 19,900 after cashback) 

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Amazfit GTR 3 Pro: is the latest addition to Amazfit’s ever expanding India portfolio. Battery life has always been a big win for Amazfit, the GTR 3 Pro is no exception. Amazfit promises an impressive 12-day battery life. We also dig the Ultra HD AMOLED display that is one of the most vibrant at this price point. The other premium design element is the navigation crown that will remind you of your old school wristwatch. It also features Amazfit’s BioTracker that keeps track of key wellness data. (Rs 18,999) 

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