LG Watch W7

Oct 5, 2018

Category: Tech

Striving for the best of both worlds, LG has created its first hybrid smartwatch dubbed the W7. Combining advanced digital functionality with mechanical movement, the technically sound timepiece successfully mixes tried-and-true with bold and new.

Running the new Wear OS by Google, the watch can be customized in a myriad of ways with new watch faces and features online. It comes with a convenient 1.2-inch LCD touchscreen display while the mechanical hands showcase various information as well, including an altimeter, barometer, timer, stopwatch, and compass direction details. Of course, you’ll also get your notifications, reminders, and messages on your watch. On a single charge, the W7 watch can run for two days in full operation mode with an additional three or four days in analog-only mode and up to 100 days in watch-only mode. The durable stainless steel case has IP68 dust and water resistance, so its ready for adventure. The watch drops on October 7.

Purchase: $450

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