Product Description :
Experiments with wearable tech had their share of problems (notably months of delays), but the company is willing to give it another shot… with a bit of a twist. Its just-launched Watch has the activity tracking, smartphone notifications and shake-to-share features of the original, but in a rugged sports watch design. Don’t call it a smartwatch, though. While it technically fits that bill, sees this more as a drop- and water-resistant chronograph that just happens to keep track of your app alerts and fitness. On the upside, that limited functionality leads to a seven-day battery life.
The wristwear works with both iPhones and Android phones.