Anyone searching for a customisable smartwatch may be interested in a new device which is being created by Hagic. The Hagic smartwatch has this week launched by a Kickstarter and has already passed its required pleasure goal thanks to over 225 backers.
Designed by a team based in Los Angeles California the Hagic has a wealth of different watch faces to choose from depending on your style and preference. Watch the promotional video below to learn more about its unique features, customisations and design.
Smartwatches today suffer from battery dependency, meaning they’re useless once the power runs out. But not Hagic.
The minimalist clock embedded in the watch bezel is designed to keep Hagic telling time long after its last charge. ThisAnd since a watch is no longer a simple accessory, we’ve loaded Hagic with the most functional technology the industry has to offer, all powered by the whip-smart Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
Watch customization, health monitoring, built-in GPS, and more help Hagic deliver intelligence and improve your life.
Since time doesn’t stop, nor does Hagic. So whether you’re running a meeting or running a marathon, Hagic delivers form and function you need to achieve your best.
A smartwatch with a dead battery is just an embarrassing bracelet, but not for the Hagic. With a minimalist clock built right into the bezel, the Hagic is able to tell time long after the main battery drains.
The Breathing light represents the minute hand and the constant light represents the hour hand. The low power-consumption led lights of Hagic loop is powered by battery, and can be triggered once the power is less than 30%.
For your preference, you can reset the trigger point of the remaining power to 20% or 40% etc, in the setting of system. Besides pressing the button, the action as simple as lifting your hand and you can check time in a cool way.
A 340 mAh battery makes the best battery life which lasts up to 2 days. With low-power consumption, the Hagic loop will last up to 15 days. Normally, a typical smart watch usually is left behind after running out of power. With the Hagic loop it keeps telling time. There is also a reminder for you to charge you smart watch, every time you lift your wrist.
For more information on the Hagic smartwatch and to make a pledge from just $159 jump over to the Kickstarter crowdfunding website. If the Kickstarter campaign is successful shipping is expected to take place during October 2017.