Roxford Hybrid Smartwatch with a Fitness Tracker Built in Its Buckle

Using a fitness tracker in the buckle Roxford hybrid smartphone not only shows us time, but also tracks your daily activity. Like the design? Let’s continue checking.

Roxford Hybrid Smartwatch with Built-in Fitness Tracker

The Roxford is a beautifully designed and versatile hybrid smartwatch. As we can see from the images, the smart wearable shows off a classic rounded watch design along with charming minimalistic, aesthetic elements. Meanwhile, multiple optional watch bands and finishes for watch case allow it to perfectly match your personal style. The case and buckle are made from 316L stainless steel for durability, and water-resistant design enables it to withstand when you swim or run in the rain.

Roxford Hybrid Smartwatch with Built-in Fitness Tracker

The hybrid smartwatch features a minimal analog-style watch dial plus a built-in Swiss Quartz movement in order to accurately show you time, while its hardened K1 mineral crystal prevents itself from scratches, which always delivers a clear and pure view.

Roxford Hybrid Smartwatch with Built-in Fitness Tracker

Furthermore, a fitness tracker has been added in the buckle of the hybrid smartwatch, which always tracks your steps, calories, distance and sleep patterns. Built-in Bluetooth technology allows it to sync tracking data to your smartphone, and its custom app shows you detailed and intuitive tracking info. In addition, its rechargeable battery offers 12 days of battery life between charges.

The team behind Roxford is earning start-up fund via Indiegogo. You can pledge $184 to own the hybrid smartwatch. If reaching its fund goal, the wearable would be shipped in November 2017 (estimated). BTW, don’t miss the Shaper hybrid smartwatch and more cool related gadgets by following tags.

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