It’s 2016. The New Years hangovers have cleared, the resolutions have been reconsidered, and we’re back to our normal selves.

But that doesn’t mean the 2016 you can’t be cooler than the 2015 you, and we want to help you with that.

One easy way to step it up in the new year? A new watch, and one that does a hell of a lot more than tell you the time. So we’ve compiled a quick list for you with the highlights of what you need to know. Here are the best smartwatches available right now in 2016.

Apple Watch

Apple-Watch

We might as well get the Apple Watch out of the way early on so we can keep moving. It’s the most compatible with iOS, but isn’t the only smartwatch that works with your iPhone. Here are the details that truly matter.

Compatibility
Sorry Android users, this one is iOS only.

Battery Life
Up to 18 hours.

Customizable
Fairly decent ability to customize, with multiple sizes and plenty of different straps.

Functions
The Apple Watch holds onto its lead with its app capabilities. You have the ability to use most apps that work on your phone, and that’s a huge plus.

Price
This is where Apple falls short. The Apple watch is available starting at $349 and topping out at over $15k (though the average is hovering around the $600 mark).

Moto 360 2nd Gen

Moto-360-2nd-gen-smartwatch

The Moto Maker customizing tool had this smartwatch standing out from the first step. You have the ability to personalize your timepiece by choosing the style/size, bezel, case, band, and face. The band and face can also be changed any time at a later date, and we love the easy release so changing the strap is as simple as possible.

Compatibility
iOS and Android.

Battery Life
1 – 1.5 Days.

Customizable
Extremely.

Functions
Most all the bells and whistles you actually need in a smartwatch. The iOS capabilities are slightly hindered, allowing you to interact with your phone, messages, and notifications, but you are unable to respond via the watch itself.

Price
The customizable standard model is $299, and looks like it costs twice that.

Huawei Watch

Huawei-Watch-smartwatch

For the man who wants the watch first, and the tech second. The Huawei Watch is as stylish as any watch you’d buy strictly for the time and the swag, but with some added perks.

Compatibility
iOS and Android.

Battery Life
Up to 2 full days.

Customizable
Multiple colors and styles available, face can be changed at any time.

Functions
Standard health and message capabilities, iOS functions are somewhat limited, but not bad. The no GPS is a bummer.

Price
Between $349 – $799.

Tag Heuer Connected

tag heuer-connected-smartwatch

If the Apple Watch set the bar, the Carrera Connected from Tag Heuer raised the stakes. Luxurious. Smart. Sleek. This smartwatch literally has it all.

Compatibility
iOS and Android.

Battery Life
Minimum 25 hours

Customizable
Tons of cool bands, one badass face (that can be changed digitally at any moment).

Functions
It does exactly what you’d expect from a Tag Heuer smartwatch, and then some. Messages, voice, you name it, it’s there.

Price
Starting at a cool $1500

Asus ZenWatch 2

Asus ZenWatch 2

For the man who doesn’t want to be tied down to one timepiece. Starting at only $129, you can add this to your watch rotation without feeling guilty for not wearing it 24/7 (although you’ll want to).

Compatibility
iOS and Android.

Battery Life
Average of 2 days.

Customizable
Several case colors, as well as multiple bands and a large number of digital face choices.

Functions
Works with your messages, camera, has Asus’ “Fonehelper”, and does a lot of other things you wouldn’t expect at the low price.

Price
Starting at $129 and hitting the ceiling at $200, we have ourselves a winner.

Now that you know what’s out there, pick your style and make your move. It’s the James Bond era, and it’s time you look as cool as we all know you are.