Wearables Buying Guide

by NextWorth on December 1, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looking to buy a wearable device this season? You’re not alone. Whether you’re a tech all-star or rookie, it’s not easy to choose the right device with so many on the market. Fortunately, we’ve compiled a quick guide to choosing the right wearable for every person in your life.

When buying a wearable device, it’s important to consider both the pros and cons of each
option. Will it fit your lifestyle and cater to your specific needs? Will it look the way you
want? Will the battery last long enough? These are all important questions to ask before
making the big purchase.

Another important consideration when buying a wearable device is understanding what it
will be worth when it comes time to upgrade. To help you make a more informed purchase
decision, we have included an estimated rating of the future residual value of each device,
based on current market trends.

So read up and enjoy, the best part is there is something for everyone! 

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