Best smartwatches with temperature sensor 2024

There's no shortage of brilliant wearables of all shapes and sizes. You can find fitness trackers that excel at keeping you in shape, women's smartwatches that add menstrual tracking, lifestyle wearables that look good, and all-rounders that do just about everything. Smartwatches with temperature sensors are hard to come by, but they're not impossible to find. We've rounded up the best smartwatches that come with a temperature sensor in tow.

Track your body temperature with these excellent smartwatches

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Grab the best smartwatch with a temperature sensor

Before diving into our top picks, you might have noticed that most of the best smartwatches with a temperature sensor overlap with the best smartwatches for fitness. That's because a body temperature measurement sensor isn't something a very commonplace feature in most flagship Android smartwatches.

If you're focused on your health and would like to track various metrics, the Fitbit Sense 2 is a fantastic pick. It has a skin temperature sensor as well as SpO2 and heart rate monitors. You get plenty of sports and exercise tracking options and the app support is decent. It even has NFC for payments via Google Wallet and the battery life is wonderful.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch6 is, of course, a top choice for Android users who want the best of the best on their wrist, from notifications to health, wellness, and activity tracking. Plus, you get a stellar design and perfect pairing with a Samsung Galaxy smartphone. You can say the same with the Google Pixel Watch 2, a solid option not just for Google Pixel phone owners but any Android device owner. Of course, if you own an iPhone, the Apple Watch will likely be your choice of smartwatch with a temperature sensor.

All the options on this list, however, are worth considering. While they might be a bit more expensive than others, that's because smartwatches with built-in temperature sensors tend to be the premium models in the line-up. But if you're curious about your body temperature, chances are you want to know everything you can about your health. That means you're likely interested in data from other sensors, too, which all these models offer. You can't put a price on keeping track of your health, so these ones are all worth every penny.

Namerah Saud Fatmi
Editor — Accessories, speakers, and tablets

Namerah enjoys geeking out over accessories, gadgets, and all sorts of smart tech. She spends her time guzzling coffee, writing, casual gaming, and cuddling with her furry best friends. Find her on Twitter @NamerahS.

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