At the core of the watch sits a high quality Swiss chronograph movement. Co-developed together with one of the leading Swiss watchmakers to enable innovation and new exciting functionalities while maintaining the highest level of accuracy and quality.

A Bluetooth connection enables the watch to communicate with your smartphone, making it possible to shift between a conventional watch and an augmented layer. All done without the need for a power hungry and soulless digital display.

Charging is done via wireless induction a few times every year - fast and convenient.

Dimensions:
Diameter: 42mm
Thickness: 14,5mm
Weight: ~87g (case without straps)
Strap widht: 22mm

Case material: 316L stainless steel,a low-carbon steel with excellent corrosion resistance to sea-water. It also incorborates 2-3 percent molybdenium, which increases corrosion resistance, compared to other stainless steels e.g. 304L. This steel quality is referred to as surgical grade stainless steel, or marine grade stainless steel.

Movement: Swiss chronograph movement Festina Group

Water resistant: 10atm / 100 meter

Battery: PD2032C1
Rechargable LI-ION 80mAh 3.7V
Charge cycles: 500 

Battery charger:
Inductive wireless charger
Powered by USB charger
Charging time from empty to full: ~2,5h

Battery life of watch:
Charging needed between 3-6 months depending on usage. Battery life depends mostly on how much data is sent to the watch, this of course varies a bit between personal habits/data source/etc.

Certifications for watch and charger:
Europe: CE, CE-RED, ROHS
US: FCC
Canada: IC
We test the watch and charger, to pass hasardous substances tests, radiation tests (Bluetooth) and human safety tests, such as fire hazards and radiation absorbed by human tissue to make sure that it is safe to use. And also that it conforms to the radio frequency laws of EU, US, and Canada

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