Fossil’s New Hybrid HR Smartwatch Line Will Give You All The Battery Life You need

Features include activity tracking, sleep monitoring, custom goal setting and automated time zone

Fossil has just introduced the New Hybrid HR Platform. Thanks to a new power-efficient display, users can view glanceable updates about their day while still enjoying the classic look of a traditional watch. Hybrid HR features include call and text previews, heart rate and workout tracking, real-time weather all while allowing users to do it all from their wrist. You’ll get more than two weeks of battery life on a single charge and it only rapid charging takes only 60 minutes for a full charge.

Set an alarm, view 24-hour time and track everything from steps to calories to sleep.

Bluetooth technology allows the hybrid smartwatches to alert you to accomplished fitness goals or incoming smartphone notifications with a vibration or spinning minute and sub-eye hands.

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Hybrid HR presents features that smartwatch customers expect all wrapped in the classic styling of a traditional watch, including an innovative design that combines mechanical hands with a dynamic, full round read-out display to view incoming text messages and app alerts as well as contextual information such as weather updates and second time zone.

All devices have limitless options for personalization including interchangeable straps in leather, silicone and stainless steel.

In-Depth Tracking displays wellness statistics like heart rate, steps, calories and active minutes, also allowing users to log workouts, track sleep and measure progress over time 
and a long battery life ensures the Hybrid HR lasts for two weeks or more on a single charge 
even with all features activated.

Compatible with iPhone 5/ iOS10+ and AndroidTM OS 5.0+

The new Hybrid HR smartwatches blends analog design with smart connectivity, now compatible with both Android smartphones and iPhones.

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