Although many believe that the number of smart watches already on the market is enough for users to have many options, there are still companies that are investing heavily in technology and trying to bring news.London-based startup Vector announced last Thursday (11) that it wants to stand out with a competitive smartwatch having as its main attraction its battery: while the Apple watches do not last 24 hours without a new charge, the watches of the Vector can last up to 30 days.
Having as supervisor Steve Jarvis, who worked on the Nike Fuelband, the startup watches look much more classic than current smartwatches, but uses the most sophisticated materials such as stainless steel, sapphire glass and embossed leather bracelets .
With a small but very functional display, the Vector watches have a black and white screen that is not touch sensitive – so the battery lasts for so many days.It has fitness applications that can count calories, distance covered and step tracking, as well as can monitor sleep and other functions that have been included by the manufacturer.
The watches also have water resistance and can plunge up to 50m deep, and unlike other devices, it can be paired on Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices.
Some models of the watches – Luna and Meridian – can already be bought in the pre-sale until June 19.These models are part of a limited edition with option of nylon or leather strap, and comes with a brushed black or matte brass case.The Meridian sells for $ 199, while Luna is priced at $ 349.
In all there are 12 different models that will be sold in March in the US, UK and Australia first.Then, Switzerland, Hong Kong and Romania in September, will begin to sell them, but still no set prices.