Meet Fossil Q Wander Smartwatch handsome addition to its collection of smartwatches – the Fossil Q smartwatch. This Fossil Q Wander Smartwatch touchscreen smartwatch, with customizable watch faces, tracks everything, from the number of steps you take to the calories you burn and keeps you updated in style, technology, and fitness.
All you fitness and technology addicts, Fossil brings you this stunning smartwatch which strikes the perfect balance between great looks and impressive features. Simply connect your Android phone or iPhone with this Q smartwatch and keep track of your daily activity, from the number of steps you take to the calories you burn.
The metal design is sleek and elegant, rather than the more rugged Q Marshal, which gives it a more subtle appearance on the wrist. It also won’t drown smaller wrists in a sea of casing, which sees the Q Wander targeted more towards the female market.
You can easily swap straps too, allowing you to change the look of your Q Wander for a night out or exercise session. It can also track your steps and activities, giving you a weekly report on your movement.
It sits comfortably on the wrist, with the flat plastic rear devoid of a heart rate monitor. While you won’t be able to track your beats per minute, the Q Wander is water resistant so you can take it for a quick dip.
The screen is bright and clear, making it easy to read and there are a number of watch faces pre-installed on the Q Wander allowing you to personalize your new wearable. You can even program certain watch faces to appear at specific points in a day.
That means you could have a fitness watch face ready for your morning workout, which then changes to something more professional when you get to work, and then switches to something more personal come the evening.
It’s not fully circular however, with it sporting the same “flat tyre” chunk at its base – just like the Moto 360 when Fossil has hidden some sensors. Most of the time you won’t notice it, but when you do it’s a little annoying it’s not a full circle like, you know, an actual watch.
On screen you’ll find the stock Android Wear setup, with a wide variety of applications now available for your watch. And the good news is you don’t have to have an Android phone for the Q Wander to work – it’ll also play nicely with iPhones.
Navigation is smooth and loads times are fast, thanks to the Snapdragon 2100 chip sitting inside. That’s an upgrade over the processor found in the older Q Founder and the performance difference between the two is noticeable. Charging is easy too, with a magnetic disk which sticks onto the rear of the watch. It’s very, very similar to the charger for the Apple watch– some may say too similar.