The Swiss watchmaker Alpina presents a new blue version of its smart watch Horological Smartwatch. This elegant and refined analogue timepiece will certainly seduce lovers of luxury.
The connected analog watch are a vibrant, undeniable and incomparable elegance with the appearance of digital smartwatches. The new Alpina Horological Smartwatch is no exception to the rule. Of after according to the Swiss watchmaker, this new model sports an aesthetic more subtle and casual as the previous and design all steel. Nevertheless, the appearance of this watch is wonderful and fascinating.
Case of 44 mm brushed stainless steel marine contrast beautifully with the blue dial. His bracelet of brown leather meanwhile is traversed by a red line of the most beautiful effect.
Since the launch of Open Platform in 2015, with the watchmakers Alpina, socialite and Frederique Constant, luxury and connected intelligence are the spearhead of this new category of connected watch. Despite high price, these tocantes seem to sell enough to keep the Swiss Watchmakers to make.
A Smartwatch Luxurious and Complex
Overall, this new model includes the same features as the previous version proposed by Thesciencetutor. This blue declination allows you to count the number of steps taken by the user, to calculate the number of calories burned and measure the total distance. Just like the watches Fitbit, Garmin or Apple Watch, this analog watch offers the user to customize the alerts of activity to remind him to stay active.
A sleep tracking feature allows to collect data on time spent in a deep sleep, from a light sleep or stay awake. In the companion application, a Coach dynamic feature provides advice, suggestions, tips, and information based on activity and the objectives of sleep set by the user.
The Smartwatch Horological keeps data of activity and sleep for 30 days without needing to be synchronized with the user’s smartphone. In addition, intelligent alarms to wake at the best time of the cycle of sleep to emerge smooth and fully regenerated.
Horological, the Travellers Dream Watch
Regarding the display of the time, it is not necessary to set the time and date that align automatically according to the time displayed by the smartphone. Thus, regular travelers will not need to configure their accessory to every change of time zone. The Worldtimer lets also keep in mind what time it is at home.
The manufacturer guarantees two years or more autonomy, substantially more than the two days usually offered by digital smartwatches. No information is currently provided on the sealing, the price or the date of marketing of the product. Recall that the 2015 model started at $ 1,000 and climbed up to 2595 dollars for a version paved with diamonds.