Movado Connect 2.0 Unisex Smartwatch with 42MM Gold Stainless Steel Case (Refurbished)

by Movado
Save 25%
Original Price $799.99
Current Price $599.95

PRODUCT OVERVIEW:

Movado connect 2. 0 pairs to your smartphone via Bluetooth to display prominent functions and receive notifications for calls, texts, and app Alerts. This powerful smartwatch runs The latest wear OS by Google technology, which allows for use of apps right on the watch. It plays music, logs your movement and takes your heart rate using Google fit and can be set for reminders to assist you in daily living. The high resolution digital Display is incredibly crisp. Customizable in hundreds of variations by mixing and matching design and data, it provides a multitude of style options so you get the look and feel that you want. The chique design is built off years of Movado style and engineering research, bringing you their very best. Beyond its eye-catching artistry and visionary Google technology, Movado connect 2. 0 enables you to get answers from Google assistant, perform tasks, control apps and devices, receive commute information, and find directions.

KEY FEATURES:

  • SMART HAS NEVER BEEN SO BEAUTIFUL: Movado Connect 2. 0 smartwatch, powered with Wear OS by Google , Android/Apple iOS compatible. Accelerometer, Altimeter, Ambient Light, Gyroscope, NFC sensors are available
  • QUALITY MATERIALS, ICONIC STYLE: Features a 42 mm black ion-plated stainless steel case with ceramic case back and round digital touchscreen dial featuring hundreds of customizable dial variations on a black ion-plated stainless steel interchangeable bracelet.
  • SMART MODULE: Powered with Wear OS by Google , Displays phone calls, appointments, emails, apps, music, text and social media messages; equipped with Google Fit for activity tracking, Google Pay for quick payments from your wrist and Google Assistant; Heart Rate Monitor; Programmable Pushers; Smart Crown; charging cable for smart module.
  • GORILLA GLASS CRYSTAL: A thin sheet of glass that is able to survive the real-world events that most commonly cause glass failure.