It might sound a little dumb now that I’m saying it in 2020 but we may have been duped. Companies have, for too long, made us buy unnecessary products that just about do the same thing but in slightly different ways. Think about it. Your phone, watch, and earbuds all give you notifications (albeit in different ways). They also all let you access your voice assistant, and pretty much most of your data like your calendar, phone book, or other services. Why then, do we need separate devices that are smart enough to have overlapping functions? Why spend extra money on a smartwatch that tracks your health when your phone could just as easily do it, if Apple or Samsung wanted? Or even your earbuds, which are surprisingly good at detecting your heartbeat through your ear canal and could easily pick up your temperature too. Your watch does almost everything your phone does, and your earphones are smart enough to make sure you don’t need to take your phone out to choose a song, call a friend, or ask the internet questions. So here’s an alternate version of the product that’s near and dear to you. Meet the VOIXATCH. If that name mildly confuses you, you’re not the only one. VOIXATCH is basically a pretty sensible amalgamation of the three products that we got duped into paying truckloads of money for. It’s a smartwatch that does practically everything your phone does… and guess what. It has a Bluetooth headset docked right into it that you can detach and use to make calls and possibly even listen to music. VOIXATCH is basically what happens when good technology meets good intentions.
The VOIXATCH made waves on the tech circuits especially after a demonstration at the Mobile World Congress last year. In development for a while now, the most utilitarian smartwatch is finally ready to hit the shelves and subsequently the wrists. Grabbing eyes as the first smartwatch with a built-in Bluetooth headset, the VOIXATCH helped unveil a world where watch and earphones were part of a tight ecosystem as one single product that did practically everything your phone could, without you needing to take your phone out. The VOIXATCH smartwatch comes equipped with LTE and GPS, has its own SIM card slot, a Google voice assistant, a heartbeat sensor, a gyroscope, and a battery life of 48 hours. That, however, isn’t the most impressive bit about the VOIXATCH, because embedded within its bezel is a detachable ring that turns into a Bluetooth headset.
Looking rather magical as you literally remove your watch’s bezel and suspend it around your ear, VOIXATCH is the only smartwatch to effortlessly integrate a Bluetooth headset into its design. The headset (or earpiece, if you want to call it that) sits flush around the watch’s circular display, popping out upon the push of a button when you need to use it. With a microphone, speaker, and a Bluetooth 5.0 connection, the headset works the instant you plug it out, allowing you to answer calls with your smartwatch as well as send voice texts to people, listen to audio, or even use voice commands with your watch’s AI. The mechanics of it are truly revolutionary, as the VOIXATCH team has literally spent years to engineer a solution as elegant as this. The detachable Bluetooth headset comes with a talk-time of 3 hours, and can instantly be recharged by docking it back into the watch.
What VOIXATCH promises is something quite new and uncharted. We’re so used to owning a separate phone, a separate smartwatch, a separate pair of earbuds, and separate chargers for all three items that VOIXATCH’s promise of streamlining our behavior sounds unheard of, but is truly greater than the sum of its parts… like combining raisins, chocolate, and salted popcorn. Or if you’re looking for a more relevant analogy, quite like how Steve Jobs introduced the ground-breaking iPhone as a combination of a phone, music player, and breakthrough internet communicator. Is the VOIXATCH the new iPhone? It’s hard to say… but it does come from the same place of frustration. The multifaceted smartwatch, in that regard, does a great job of providing convenience along with the same functionality you’d get from owning three separate gadgets. It also comes compatible with your existing smartphone through VOIXATCH’s app that lets you access your watch’s pedometer, calorie counter, heart-rate tracker, and a variety of watch-face themes right on your phone… Oh, and before I forget, the VOIXATCH is IP67 water-resistant too, so feel free to go jogging on the beach with it!
Designer: Young Kwon Oh
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$259 ($80 off).
VOIXATCH: The First Smart Watch with Built-in Bluetooth Headset
VOIXATCH lets you enjoy all the essential features of a smartphone in a cellular-enabled smartwatch that you can customize and adapt to your daily style while also using it as a smartly integrated Bluetooth 5.0 headset that easily keeps you connected wherever you go, whatever you’re doing.
Integrated Design: LTE + GPS + BT Headset in a Watch
With patented all-in-one design the VOIXATCH gives you more freedom and convenience to discover the true value of a smartwatch.
Beyond the Bezel
This true smartwatch features a detachable bezel that is actually Bluetooth headset with integrated speaker & mic.
Gold or Platinum?
Change the bezel choosing from the four available colors, and you’ll find one that better compliments the way you look at any given time.
Overview of Features
– LTE + GPS
– Bezel 5.0 BT Bluetooth Headset
– Customizable Design
– Fitness Tracking
– On-wrist Charging
– Waterproof IP67
– Dedicated App
How It Works
The Easiest Way to Answer a Call. Detach the headset from the watch body to automatically answer a call.
Notifications. Check easily messages received from your smartphone or VOIXATCH itself.
Recharging Made Easy. The smartwatch keeps your Bluetooth headset charged and ready for your next call, without you having to carry a separate charging case. Place the headset on the watch body, and the watch body will start charging the headset automatically.
Easy to put the Headset on your ear. Only one hand needs to put the Bluetooth Bezel headset on your ear. Detach and just push the side button of the headset, then a support hook on the back of the headset pops out, so you can secure the headset on your ear.
VOIXATCH has a wing-shaped protrusion that is designed to prevent the bezel from unexpected detaching. That makes it harder to lose and easier to keep safe and right where you want it, all the time. To detach the Bluetooth bezel headset, twist it counterclockwise and then lift it off the watch body.
Powered by Google Voice. The intuitive Ul allows you to easily control watch functions and apps with voice commands.
Fitness Tracking with the Dedicated App. The app allows you to intuitively and conveniently personalize your smartwatch from your phone while also picking up your health and fitness data.
Click Here to Buy Now: $179
$259 ($80 off).
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