A new GPS smartwatch has launched via Indiegogo in the form of the IronCloud, a watch equipped with a rechargeable battery capable of powering the system for up to 50 days. As the name suggests the IronCloud smartwatch is protected by a rugged case capable of being taken to a depth of 100 m in water, combined with a sapphire glass screen protector and titanium bezel. Internally the smartwatch is equipped with a colour touchscreen always on display and is fitted with a heart rate monitor on the rear capable of measuring your daily heart rate whenever required.
A companion application for the smartwatch is also being created that is supported by Android and iOS and provides an easy way to access fitness data and statistics, music, community and more. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the IronCloud smartwatch which is now available to back via Indiegogo with super early bird pledges starting from $369 offering a considerable 47 percent saving off the recommended retail price of $699, and worldwide delivery expected to take place during May 2018.
IronCloud has been specifically designed to provide a premium multisport GPS smartwatch that can help you “maximise your workout results” say it’s developers. Jump over to the official Indiegogo campaign page by following the link below for full specifications and a list of all available pledges currently available. Geekery the development team behind IronCloud still have over 30 days remaining on their campaign.
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