Here's some interesting trivia. The first watch was reportedly invented by a German clockmaker named Peter Henlein. Unfortunately, it was really nothing more than a portable clock, and was so heavy that it had to be hung from a special belt around the waist. What would Herr Henlein think of our technology of today? If we could show him this smart watch with its sedentary reminder, sleep monitor, fitness monitor, remote camera, music player, calendar, calculator, alarm clock, phone, web browser, video recorder, power save mode, smart notifications, and so much more; well, we think he just wouldn't believe it. All this, and it tells time, too!
- Made of first-grade ABS material
- Exclusive protective layer of TFT LCD to protect the screen
- Compatible with most iOS and Android devices
- Please note: limited features with iOS (iOS currently does not support app for device); iOS supports all Bluetooth functionalities
- Please note: some functionality requires SIM card (not included)
- Functions include sedentary reminder, sleep monitor, remote camera, music player, calendar, calculator, alarm clock, web browser, video recorder, power save
- mode, and more
- Monitors calories burned, distance traveled, steps taken and speed
- Supports pedometer analysis, sedentary remind, sleep monitoring
- Simple pairing with your smartphone with the help of Bluetooth v3.0
- Smart notifications keep you up-to-date with alerts for incoming calls, text messages, and social media
- Bluetooth music playing
- Supports MP3, MP4
- Ring and vibration reminders
- 3 ways show display clock
- Hands-free dialing
- Maintains phone records, phone book
- Local SMS
- Text messaging on mobile phones synchronous push by Bluetooth (please note: only for Android mobile phone)
- GSM/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900
- Watch face measures 1" x 1.5"
- Strap measures 8" L
- Weight: 10 oz.
- Available in your choice of black, gold, or silver
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I would like to say that any induction (magnetic) charger should work, but there might be a difference in the strength of the magnetic field depending upon the number of wire coils in the pad and those in the watch. This could make a difference in the amount of energy induced from the pad to the watch. Also there might be a difference in the componets used in the circuit of the watch that determines the amount of voltage and current that reaches the watches battery. The answers are out there on the Internet. Sometimes it just takes a little time to find it. Good luck.
What they mean by magnetic charging is that your watch can be charged wirelessly with the use of a magnetic (Induction) charging plate which you have to purchase separately. You place your watch on the plate which is connected to a power source and through induction or lines of magnetic force the power flows from the charging plate into the watch. It's just a lazy man's way of charging the newer electronic components that have that feature built in or they added later. Try resetting the battery in your watch. If it does not work after charging it for a reasonable time, try using a different USB cable with a mini-plug. If that does not work I would contact the company and make arrangements to return the watch. I hope I was of some help.