Fossil and Skagen have hidden smart features in fashion watches
The tech powering these watches is practically imperceptible.
Fossil's new Q-Accomplice and Skagen Jorn & Hald lines have blurred the line between hybrid and fashion watch.
Though their predecessors have come close, the slim design and customizable buttons make this union practically seamless.
The watches pair with their respective phone apps to customize notification vibrations and alert.
Protecting phone call Surfside pools and programs button function the button can be programmed to do things with the phone like take a selfie change your music set the date and time change time zones set an alarm or my favorite find your phone to watch chapter also interchangeable and can be bought separately
The watches themselves will all cost under $250 depending on the brand and will be available starting late Spring.
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