Baselworld 2018 is in coming to a close. Some of the biggest names in watches and jewelry came together to debut the latest innovations in accessories, but we've now seen all the big announcements we're likely to get at the show.
The Swiss city of Basel has hosted a watch and jewelry show since 1917, and it's traditionally been more focused on fashion reveals than top tech.
In recent years, however, we've seen established watch brands announce new products with tech inside, as well as technology companies such as Samsung popping up to announce new products.
TechRadar visited the show, hunting out the latest smart wrist-wear from some of the biggest names in the business, and below you'll find everything we saw at the show.
When is Baselworld 2018?
Baselworld 2018 runs from March 22-27. We're no longer at the show (all the big announcements are over) but it will continue until Tuesday March 27.
What did we see at Baselworld 2018?
The best smartwatches of Baselworld 2018
We've collected together all of our favorite smartwatches from around the Swiss show and put them together into an easy to consume guide.
Larsson & Jennings just debuted its first smartwatch but you'll have to wait for it
Another fashion brand announced its intention to make a hybrid smartwatch, and we love its look and built-in features.
Here's everything we know so far about the Larsson & Jennings Connect (opens in new tab)
Alpina's AplinerX is designed for adventurers
Heading into the wilderness for some outdoor sports doesn't mean you need to leave all of your tech or fashion sense at home. This watch just debuted on Kickstarter and is packed full of imperative tech for when you next climb a mountain or hit the ski slopes.
Read our hands on Alpina AplinerX review (opens in new tab)
Skagen's Holst is for people who don't wear watches
This new hybrid blends the look of analog with the smarts of a fitness tracker and seems to be designed for those who don't like the weight of a hearty watch on their wrist.
Read our first impressions of the Skagen Holst (opens in new tab)
We've tried the new A B Art Touch X hybrid watch
Until Baselworld 2018, we hadn't heard of small Swiss brand A B Art but we love the look of the company's latest connected watch that offers a simplistic design with more functionality than your average hybrid.
Read our hands on A B Art Touch X review (opens in new tab)
Casio wants the WSD-F20SC to be your adventure-ready Wear OS watch
A new special edition of the Casio WSD-F20 debuted at Baselworld with an even more durable design than the original watch. The WSD-F20SC has a sapphire crystal display to protect it when you're out trekking or thrill seeking.
Read all about the Casio WSD-F20SC (opens in new tab)
Hublot Big Bang Referee 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia
It's perhaps the craziest name ever for a smartwatch, and we've tried it out at Baselworld 2018. It's the first device to be announced with Wear OS on board, and referees at this summer's soccer World Cup in Russia will use a version of the device on the pitch.
Read all about the new Hublot Big Bang Referee (opens in new tab)
Mondaine Helvetica Regular is a stylish hybrid watch with a two-year battery life
We've yet to try the new hybrid watch from Mondaine, but we plan to before the show is over. It comes with two-year battery life and a simple yet stylish design.
Read all about the Mondaine Helevetica Regular (opens in new tab)