Chronos Smartwatch Disc

Nov 17, 2015

Category: Tech

There are so many great, timeless watches in the world, but with the rise of smartwatches, these gorgeous timepieces are being forgotten. Now, a new product, called Chronos, is available to help give those old analog pieces some smartwatch-like features.

The device is a thin disc that is added to the bottom of virtually any watch, which can vibrate and light up to alert the wearer of notifications. It also does fitness tracking as well, and when connected to your smartphone, it can also allow you to quickly decline calls or skip tracks in your playlist. Users are able to set up different vibration patterns and light colors for each type of notification. What’s more, the lights can be turned off if you don’t want your wrist flashing. The device works with both Android and iOS devices, and it’s available now for preorder for $99. [Purchase]

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