Vector Watch Review is about the Vector Luna Watch that has officially launched after revealed at the Baselworld 2015 watch show. This smartwatch comes with round face that looks really different compared to many of its competitors. It boasts 30-day battery life which is really good for such smartwatch. The design and battery is not an issue on Vector but there are some aspects you should consider on the Luna.
Key Features include Monochrome LCD display, 11mm thick, 44mm stainless steel body, 5 ATM, Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Bluetooth, Vector Watch brand, at the cost £219.00. Luna boasts nice-looking design, wonderful battery life, and Solid build. However, it has useless apps, defective tracking, and haphazard connectivity.
Vector Watch Review: Design
Rather than a consumer electronics manufacturer, a watchmaker has built the Vector Luna Watch nothing like most other smartwatches for sale. This means compared to all of famous competitors such as the Apple Watch and Samsung Gear, this watch is more eye-catching. It does not look like a device but more of a conventional watch. Being round simply is one of the greatest things in Vector Watch Review. The Luna is also simple, basic, and modest.
Vector Watch Review: Screen
Unlike most other today smartwatches that feature color touchscreen, the Luna’s display is a monochrome LCD and it isn’t touchscreen. This non-touch and non-color means the display uses less power and the Luna become non-disturbing and non-distracting unlike a touchscreen. In order to see basic functions like the date and time, you don’t need to press any buttons or flip your wrist as the Luna’s screen is on at all times. Only when the watch face changes such as a moving dial will use energy.
Vector Watch Review: Features
It is more than tell the time when it comes to the Vector Watch Review. Your steps, travel, calories torched and sleep quality are tracked using its built-in gyroscope and accelerometer. A GPS sensor and optical heart-rate sensor are not available. It can take 5 ATM water resistant so it can stand in showering, washing up, and swimming though diving is not capable. 5 ATM means it can stand to 50 meter underwater but it is recommended to not submerging it in water.
Vector Watch Review: Software & Performance
The watch is compatible with all three major platforms but it does not work with them properly. It experience major connectivity issues with major handsets such as the Samsung Galaxy Note and HTC One. You have to to download the VectorWatch app for free onto your handset, sign up and connect via Bluetooth to your phone. It runs an operating system developed by Vector that is paired via the mobile app. That’s all Vector Watch Review you should consider before buying this watch.