- Oct 6, 2011
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If you just dropped $20k on a new Rolex you can probably afford a shiny new Moto 360, but why in the world would you want to wear a Moto 360 when you can wear a Rolex?! Maybe because you like the idea of a device that can track your steps, your heart rate, and can curate notifications!
With Chronos you don't have to ditch your old school watch. Simply attach Chronos to the bottom of your watch. Chronos is thin enough that it won't compromise your current watch's design. The device syncs up with your smartphone like a normal smartwatch and gets your attention with vibrations and lights. You can customize the lights' colors to correspond with apps or people. A red light might appear when a new gmail notification comes through or a purple light for when your wife is calling.
Fitness tracking uses the Chronos built app. The Chronos is water resistant and battery life is 36 hours. The pre-sale price is only $99 and the release price will be $129.