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After a fevered first unveiling at CES last month, our new look stainless steel edition of SmartWatch 3 launches across the globe from this week.

SW3 Leather Strap

We designed SmartWatch 3 stainless steel with a sleek look and feel, paying homage to contemporary timepiece styling. It’s the latest edition of our popular wearable, specifically designed for Android Wear’s standalone functionality – meaning you can load tunes & playlists to the on-board memory, leave your Android smartphone at home and go for a run…and track that workout with the unique in-built GPS sensor and Lifelog.

Next up… our modular SmartWatch 3 “holder” kit will launch over the coming weeks – it will allow you to customise SmartWatch 3 with any 24mm watch strap, but will also be available with either brown or black leather strap options to get you started. Oh, and if you’re a current SmartWatch 3 user looking for a fresh style, it’s worth noting we’ll also make both the leather and stainless steel straps available for separate purchase from early spring.

Todoist logoOn a final note – after making premium versions of Golfshot and iFit available for the sporty SmartWatch 3 users out there, we’re excited to share that all new SmartWatch 3 stainless steel and “holder” kits will include vouchers for six months exclusive access to the top-rated Todoist Premium right out of the box. In case you haven’t heard, Todoist is a popular personal task manager and to-do list app that will help you achieve more each day by becoming more productive. With our stylish new SmartWatch 3 editions, you’ll look great whilst getting things done.

Stay tuned to the blog for all the latest SmartWear news!

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Anthony Devenish

PR Manager

Wearables, software and digital PR geek. Northerner (trying not to be a hipster) in London.