Just when we thought we finally understood the scores of smartwatches and fitness bands in the market, along comes these guys, 3Plus with a new smartwatch and a few connected wearables that will launch at CES 2016.
3Plus, a developer and manufacturer of smart wearable devices, will introduce four new connected products at CES 2016 that are compatible with both iOS and Android platforms and have corresponding mobile apps.
New 3Plus Time Smartwatch
“Today, a wristwatch is more than just a means to know what time it is and the day’s date,” remarked Jerry Galya, 3Plus vice president of sales.
“Digital technology has taken wristwatches in a whole new direction and 3Plus is right at the forefront with many innovative technologies. Our newest wearables are available at a variety of affordable price points depending on what features you are interested in. From the most basic smartphone notifications and fitness tracking, to advanced heart rate monitoring and call answering, 3Plus offers it all.”
Other 3Plus wearables to be unleashed are:
This connected fitness wearable tracks steps taken, calories burned, distance traveled, duration of sleep, and sleep cycles. It even has daily life reminders such as when to wake up or take your medicine.
3PLUS SWIPE HR
The 3Plus Swipe HR combines the best features of a smartwatch with an activity tracker to create a life tracker that is ready to go at a moment’s notice. It tracks steps, distance, and calories burned. It also keeps track of daily meals via MyFitnessPal, as well as sleep quality, including periods of deep sleep and restlessness.
Contemporary square-face styling puts the 3Plus Touch smartwatch on the must-have list of any fashion-conscious individual. The OLED touchscreen display shows the time and date, and smartphone notifications including the name or number of incoming calls, with a built-in microphone for direct answering.
The look of a traditional timepiece coupled with today’s digital capabilities. The dial of the 3Plus Time smartwatch measures time with big, bold Roman numeral hours, old-school hour and minute hands, and a digital OLED display for text, call and other smartphone notifications.