Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) July 15, 2013
WearIt advanced sports watch is a very exciting new technology for GPS watch and wearable fitness products according to the Heart Rate Watch Company.
The All New Standard
WearIt will be the only GPS watch ever that features a motherboard, so as such it will be a wrist top computer with GPS that is totally connectable to WiFi, with both ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart 4.0 LE capabilities.
"It is literally a wearable computer that connects to the internet with 4GB of data storage, a touchscreen display and a device that becomes any kind of sports watch you want based upon the apps you select," says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company. He adds, "This watch ups the stakes considerably in the sports GPS watch game."
When Can I Get One
"The company is targeting a January 2014 launch date but hopes that December 2013 will be possible," says Squire. He adds, "We'll have the new WearIt GPS watch on our website as soon as they are available so stay tuned."
One Watch Becomes All
"Now with WearIt you can make the watch a golf GPS watch, a cycling watch, a running watch, a heart rate monitor and any type of sports device you want it to be based upon the apps you select," says Squire. He adds, "This will be a game changer and force others to change".
Change the App, Change the Watch
"The possibilities for this watch will be endless as app development expands and the fact that it can connect to the internet on its own makes it a truly unique product," says Squire.
"It was very smart to make this watch both ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart because now it has all the bases covered for external sensors like heart rate monitors, foot pods and bike sensors," says Squire.
"No other watch on the market today can be a bike computer one day and a golf watch the next day, that capacity just has not existed until now," says Squire.
How Will the Big Companies React
"The WearIt watch is going to force companies like Garmin, Suunto and Polar to react because they won't be the ultimate multisport watch solutions anymore," says Squire. He asks, "Why buy a watch that won't let you do all sports and won't connect to the internet via WiFi?"
"A month or so before the product becomes available we will take advanced orders and we will maintain a WearIt page with regular updates with information we are provided by the company," says Squire.
"Our company will begin testing the product as soon as a prototype is available and we'll keep consumers informed through our blog," says Squire.