I just tried on every single wearable I could find at CES 2015, and yes, I’m freaking exhausted.

The total count (so far) totals to 56 wearables across every category you can think of, from clip-on trackers to full-fledged Android and Linux-powered wrist computers. Heck, I even wore a smart sweatband.

In aggregate, this vast list captures the state of the wearables industry today; it’s absolutely massive, it’s growing; and nobody’s really figured out how to make these clunky things work seamlessly — save for a few major players. Scroll through our list and check back for more.

The big names

I started off my journey with some of the most popular brands in wearables.

1. Fitbit Charge

Fitbit Charge

2. Fitbit Surge

Fitbit Surge

3. Fitbit One

Fitbit one

4. Garmin

garmin

5. Misfit Shine

MIsfit1

6. Misfit Flash

Misfit flash

7. Runtastic

Runtastic

8. Withings Pulse Ox

Withings Pulse Ox

9. Withings Activité Pop

Withings2

10. Withings Activité

Withings

Niche, weird, and quirky

Niche wearables proved to be some of the most interesting gadgets on the showroom floor — one focused on Epilepsy, another on Narcolepsy. As for the quirky/weird ones, this is where you’ll find that super-sweet smart sweatband.

11. Burg “Watch Phone”

burg2

(I tried on other Burg gadgets later on.)

12. FashionComm

FashionComm

(This thing is glorious.)

13. Transtek

transtek

14. Bitbrick

Bitbrick

15. Ribx connected backpack

Ribx2

16. Epicalert

epicalert

17. SmartMonitor SmartWatch

SmartMonitor SmartWatch Epilipsy

18. Spark

Spark wakes you up if you fall asleep

19. Narrative Clip

Narrative Clip2

(“SELFIE”)

20. Mira

mira mymirafitdotcom

21. Jins Meme

Jins Meme

Health and fitness

Almost all wearables play some role in the health/fitness/wellness space. These wearables specifically prioritize it.

22. FitSignal

FitSignal

(This “FitSignal” has a curious UI design.)

23. Burg clip-on tracker

Burg

24. iBODY24

iBODY24

(Hmm, fingerprints)

25. iChoiceLife (1)

iChoiceLife

26. iChoiceLife (2)

iChoiceLife2

27. iFIT

iFIT

28. iHealth Edge

ihealth edge

(Weird, interesting mirror display on the iHealth Edge.)

29. InBody Band

InBody Band

30. Mio (1)

mio

31. Mio (2)

mio2

32. Omron

omron

33. Soleus Thrive

Soleus Thrive

34. TONY

TONY

Watches that are smart

More watch than smartwatch.

35. Cogito (they wouldn’t let me try it on)

Cogito

36. GODDOO

GODDOO

37. Guess

Guess

38. Martian (1)

martian2

39. Martian (2)

martian

Generic

I know I’ll get some heat for this. This group is for wearables which were either designed for wholesale or weren’t associated with a very clear brand name.

40. “Wearable”

Wearable

41. Unknown brand

Wearable2

42. Unknown brand

Wearable3

43. Imaze Corp

imazecorpdotcom

44. J-Style

J-Style Joint Chinese Group

45. MEDIATEK

MEDIATEK

(I don’t think this one even turned on.)

46. “Health Wristband” by Phyode

health wristband by phyode

47. Apps Com

Apps com

The rest

Alright. Enough is enough. Here’s the rest, which didn’t exactly fit in any single category.

48. Buddy

BUDDY

49. Burg 13 “Watch Phone”

Burg

(iWatch? Nope.)

50. LifeTrak (1)

LifeTrak

51. LifeTrak (2)

LifeTrak2

52. Mambo

Mambo

53. My Kronoz (1)

My Kronoz

54. My Kronoz (2)

My Kronoz2

55. Omate

Omate

56. Ribx

Ribx

I found 56, but many more wearables exist in CES land. Smartwatches from Pebble, Samsung, and LG, for example, are noticably absent from this list; but, there is only so much time in a day.

Stay tuned for our takeaways. Until then, thanks for scrolling!


The next day

I tried on a few more, for good measure.

57. Sony SmartWatch 3

Sony SmartWatch 3

58. LG G Watch R

LG G Watch R

59. Samsung Gear S

Samsung Gear S

Updated 8:37 p.m. PT with additional commentary. Updated Jan 8, 2:17 p.m. PT with three more photos.


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