Get your notifications right where you want them.
It’s time for some real talk about smart watches.
Sometime in the early 2000s, a heck of a lot of people found that their cell phones had pretty much replaced their watches. You always have your phone with you, the time is always correct…it was only natural that fewer people would be wearing watches.
But then there were smart watches and for a bunch of geeky early adopters, it seemed like maybe the pendulum would swing the other way. Would watches start replacing phones for some technological revenge?
Because it turns out that for most tasks, doing things on what is basically a 1-inch tall version of your cellphone isn’t really progress. It’s just annoying. And it makes you look like a dork.
So yeah…the highest end smartwatches technically allow you to write emails and browse photos and make social media updates and anything else you can think of. Except in practice, what they really are is a $500 way to get your notifications on your wrist, because for 99% of things, just reaching into your pocket for your phone is going to be way easier and more natural.
We don’t want you to pay $500 to get notifications on your wrist.
We want you to pay $34 to get notification on your wrist.
That’s what this will do.
And on top of the notifications, it’ll give you the fitness tracking and health monitoring features that the expensive watches have, otherwise known as all the things that are actually useful to real people.
Three interchangeable bands will even help you bring a little fashion sense to the equation, which is getting harder to do now that four out of five watches that you see on people all look almost identical.
This is the right watch for the right price. Get yours and try it out. Just don’t try to write emails on the thing.