COGITO FIT: The Connected Watch You Don’t Need to Recharge

With the motto “Not a Smartwatch, but a watch with some smart!”, Seattle-based Connect Device has come up with COGITO FIT: a gadget tailored to the needs of today’s tech-savvy consumer.

This modern smartwatch doubles as a fitness tracker and connects to your iOS and Android smartphone, allowing you to receive notifications, visible at a glance, on your wrist.

WITH COGITO FIT YOU CAN STOP WORRYING ABOUT RECHARGING

The competitive advantage of this gadget is that you never have to worry about recharging. It’s basically a traditional watch armed with extra connectivity. Another bonus is that COGITO uses Bluetooth Smart thus lowering the drain on your phone’s battery. A win-win solution!

“Need to charge your smartwatch every day as you do for your smartphone so that it has power? We’d rather not! So, we designed the COGITO FIT connected watch with you in mind,” the company explained.

‘LESS IS MORE’ IN THE SMARTWATCH WORLD

What COGITO FIT doesn’t want to do is replace your smartphone or be the equivalent of your ‘portable computer’. With a ‘less is more’ approach, this gadget has been engineered to follow active users in every situation, without overloading them with notifications.

The LED icons on the watch face, alert you when you receive a call, an email or a message on social media. COGITO FIT also allows you to remotely trigger your phone camera, control your music, locate your phone and even mute incoming calls if you are in the middle of a meeting.

BALANCING STYLE WITH SMART TECHNOLOGY

To accommodate fashion-conscious consumers, COGITO FIT introduced interchangeable plug-ins on the watch bezel, enabling a “new level of customization”. Adapt, transform and create new looks for your watch. COGITO FIT effortlessly balances a fashionable traditional timepiece, with smart technology.

Available for both men and women, you can buy COGITO FIT on Kickstarter and get yourself the connected watch that helps you manage your days without the hassle of frequent charging.

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