Emporio Armani Men's 'Renato' Quartz Stainless Steel and Leather Smart Watch, Color:Silver-Toned (Model: ART3006) [並行輸入品]
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Functionality: activity and sleep tracker; battery life: estimated 4-6 months based on usage Compatibility: android devices 4.4+, iOS 8.2+ / iPhone 5 ; connectivity: bluetooth smart enabled / 4.1 low energy Analog-quartz Movement Case Diameter: 43mm Water resistant to 30m (100ft): in general, withstands splashes or brief immersion in water, but not suitable for swimming or bathing
1. Although I am critical of what this watch is measuring, it pretty much works like every other smart watch at this level. This interface is nicer.
2. It is a gorgeous watch, and, it is a conversation starter.
3. It feels good, solid on the wrist. It is sufficiently large (43mm), but not Captain-Marvel's-shield large.
I love inexpensive watches (under $300). This Armani falls into that category. I am fascinated with smart watches. I've had the Moto 360; the Martian Notifier (2); Samsung Fit; Microsoft Band; the Withings Steel HR; Skagen Hagen Connected, Skagen Jorn Connected; and 3 Fitbits (currently Alta HR). I have a refurbished Samsung Fit 2 on the way. So...a little OCD? Perhaps. I am a senior citizen who recently made many positive changes in his lifestyle, and I want to monitor what is happening. The modern smart watch with a solid dial that provides tracking through an app, is seen in many styles, including Fossil Women's smart watches.
Skagen and Fossil use the same hardware. Maybe they build for Emporio Armani, I haven't tracked that down. So what do you get?
1. Activity Tracking--steps is what I watch. Fitbit counted 1/3 more steps today than the Armani.
2. Sleep tracking--right now, with the Armani on one wrist and the Fitbit Alta 2 on the other, Armani is more accurate. Example, last night Fitbit missed three hours of sleep before it started tracking (One positive, I can tell the Fitbit to begin tracking sleep, but didn't do this for comparison purposes.).
3. Control your phone. Push a button and make your phone ring. There is some control over phone's music. Nothing I was much interested in except ringing my phone.
4. Second time zone. I travel a lot. I pretty much know the time zone and displaying a second is of little use to me.
5. Contacts. It can notify you when one of your top six contacts, contacts you, via the subdial.
6. Silent alarm.
These are the same functions in Skagen, and Fossil. Not bad. The missing piece is Heart Rate. Withings and Fitbit have watches that do that.
This is a beautiful watch. The grey dial is very attractive along with the gold indices, and the gold bezel(non-movable.). The leather band is of high quality. I can't tell if it is a very dark brown, or black. The Amazon website is no help. Apparently, Armani loaded the wrong specs, as it shows the band as being silver.
Overall, this is a smart watch with minimal functions--some very useful. It is a really nice looking watch, and I'm proud to have it on my wrist. The app is not as well-organized as the Skagen, but they can always change that. If you don't need heart rate--Recommended.
The watch needs a smart phone in order to work. You cannot set the time without one. There is a free Emporio Armani app and you will need to download that to set the time. It is quick and easy to connect via Bluetooth. Mine required a firmware update as soon as I tried setting it up. You can use the watch like a regular watch to tell time once it is connected, but you cannot (at least to my knowledge) start using it until you set it up.
Since it connects to your phone, it sets the time automatically. You will also need to create an account after you download the app. The app can track your sleep goals, steps taken, and set a second time zone.
You can set a button on the phone to ring your phone if you have trouble finding it, play music, or take a picture. Only one feature can be activated at a time. I only find the ring phone feature useful. Even if you put the phone on mute, it will bypass it and ring it. Very useful when you can't find your phone in the house. You can also set an alarm and have it gently vibrate.
All in all a great watch and great if you need something stylish and to keep track of fitness goals. It comes in a very nice box and feels well made.
Second, its great for functionality, not just looks, as the integrated "smartwatch" is programmable and communicates with your phone. If you want to use the watch buttons to operate the music apps on your phone, you can program one or more button to do that. Setting time is automatic, as it syncs with your smartphone. The second timezone feature is also pretty cool for an analog watch--you can program one of the buttons to have the watch automatically spin to the correct second timezone. Like everyone else, I found it amusing to watch the analog hands animate whenever you are syncing the phone--all the hands rotate 360 degrees, before resetting. Also it automatically tracks your steps for the day, which you can program a goal for, and it will reflect on the top half of the sub-eye dial, or give you exact counts in your app. What's more, you can set additional goals to keep track of, recording by the push of a designated button. And most unexpected, but pretty cool, was the sleep analysis component. When you wear your watch overnight (unusual, I know, but not uncomfortable), it analyzes based on your movements, how much and during which periods you were in deep/restful sleep, light sleep, or awake. You can monitor your sleeping patterns, and it shows bar and line graphs and data to show how well you are sleeping. The app is easy to use, and within the first week they had already updated it to include new features, and I hope they will continue.
With all those additional features, it gives you several more incentives to wear the watch everyday, to track goals and activity, etc. The only downside of that is that as a dress watch, its not something I really want to wear when exercising, getting sweaty, and what not. But for a businessman or working individual who wants to look good while also tracking some of their goals, this is a nice hybrid. Finally, one more detail--in order to use the app to communicate to the device, etc, you need bluetooth enabled. Since bluetooth really accelerates my battery running down on the iPhone, I switch my bluetooth off regularly to extend battery life on the phone. However, the Renato quartz watch still tracks sleep or step goals, and just uploads it next time you turn it back on. Very cool watch, great gift for the classy, active man.