Cleaning up and looking for your keys is a breeze with the Clean Key Smartwatch.
It comes in a range of smartwatch styles, from the iconic Cleo Wade and Clean Key to the sleek Clear Cast and Clean Rear.
The Clean Key is the most affordable of the smartwatches and it offers a few perks, like it’s waterproof and dust-proof, which you’ll probably need to have a few keys in your pocket.
If you don’t have any keys, it can be used to unlock your phone or other devices, which is nice.
The only downside is that it’s not waterproof, but that’s only a minor inconvenience for those with sensitive wrists.
The clean slate feature makes this smartwatch the most attractive of the bunch, though it’s a bit pricier than some of the others.
You get a clear screen and an array of smart sensors that detect your movement, like a heart rate sensor, or an ambient light sensor, for instance.
The smartwatch also includes the ability to read your keys, which makes it useful for those who need to do that in their pocket.
The cleo watch features a stainless steel case, a clear glass display, and a 3,000mAh battery.
It runs Android Wear, and you’ll get two-week battery life on the full charge.
Clean Key has a nice set of features and can be configured to have two different wristbands or a smartwatch face.
We found that the Clear Key has the best battery life of any of the watches, though we would have preferred a bit more power to get it to last as long as we did.
The other two watches we tested are the Clear and the Clean Rear, both of which feature a stainless-steel face and a ceramic shell.
The Clear Rear comes in the same clean slate style, but it has a removable back, which can be cleaned by simply pulling it off.
We liked the clean slate screen and felt that it lasted longer than the Cleo Watch.
But it did not have as much functionality as the Cleos, and it did have a slightly slower battery life than the other two.
The Cleo watch also comes in two different sizes, with the regular size being slightly larger and the Sport size being a bit smaller.
Both of these watches have a stainless shell, and they’re also water-resistant.
The most expensive watch in the Clean group is the CleuO.
It’s also waterproof and comes with a 2,500mAh battery, but the $100 price tag may be a bit steep for someone with a wrist size bigger than most of us.
It also comes with the cleo screen, but you’ll have to pay more to get that feature.
You’ll get one day of battery life with the Clear Rear, but this watch can last a bit longer if you want to use it in the shower.
The next three smartwalls in the group are the Cleolight, Cleo-Cool, and CleoCool.
The Cool watches are slightly larger than the Clean watches, but they also come with the Cleio screen.
The latter two smartwocks have a matte screen and ceramic shell, so they’re not as expensive as the other watches, and the Cleoi watch can also be configured for a smartface.
The cooler watches are the more affordable of these three smartwatch groups, which come with a stainless frame, and have a 2200mAh battery as well.
We like the Cool Watch for its clean slate and built-in sensor, but we also found it lacked a little more functionality than the others and it’s quite pricey at $100.
The main differences between these smartwars is the battery life.
The coolest smartwatch has a 4-day battery life and comes in silver or white, and has a ceramic back.
The more expensive watches have 4-and-a-half days of battery, and come in a variety of colors.
The bottom line: If you want a clean slate watch, you’ll need to be willing to shell out extra money to get a smartwand that offers more functionality.
You can also get the Clean Smart Watch for around $50.
The best smartwands The clei watches are not cheap, but all three of the other smartwares are great for those looking for a more versatile watch.
Cleo Cool is a smart watch that offers a good battery life, as well as a variety a features like ambient light sensors, and its stainless steel body also has a stainless back.
If your wrist size is large, you can get a stainless case and a silicone back for around the same price as the rest of the Cleojill watches.
The cool watches also have waterproof features, so if you don, you should be able to use them in the rain.
Cleolights are great watches for those wanting a more customizable watch that will keep your wrists clean and dry, and are a little cheaper than the clean watches