The Smart Buckle Converts Any Watch into a Smartwatch

The smart buckle is designed to convert a regular watch into a smartwatch. More like the design of your own watch but want to try smart features? The buckle should be a nice solution.

The Smart Buckle Turns Watch into Smartwatch

The smart buckle works with standard 20mm watch bands, and optional silicone and leather watch bands provide a custom fit for the buckle. The smart buckle measures 42.4 x 23.4 x 8mm. As we can see from the images, it features an ultra compact and stylish appearance design. The shiny exterior with a brushed metal finish complements to the classic design of your own analog watch.

Meanwhile, the casing is made from high grade stainless steel for a solid and long-lasting construction. With a waterproof level of IP57, the buckle withstands splashes and rain.

The Smart Buckle Turns Watch into Smartwatch

The 3-axis gyrometer, angular velocity and motion tracking sensors have been integrated into the stainless steel buckle, which bring the features of fitness tracker onto your watch, so you can use your watch to track your activity, steps, calories burned, distance traveled, pace and sleep patterns. Moreover, built-in Bluetooth module allows it to wirelessly connect with your smartphone. All tracking data can be synced to the phone for easy to check, and it’s also compatible with Apple Health and Google Fit

In addition, its built-in rechargeable battery lasts up to one week at 8 to 10 hours of use per day. A custom magnetic charger lets you fully charge it in 60 minutes.

The Smart Buckle Turns Watch into Smartwatch

The crowdfunding campaign for smart buckle is ongoing on Kickstarter, and the project has achieved its fund goal. This means it should be shipped in August 2017. Now you can pledge $39 to preorder one.

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