The Misfit Vapor smartwatch may have run into its fair share of delays, but it looks like that’s not going to be the case with the company’s latest wearable. Misfit has just announced a brand new hybrid smartwatch called the Command. And it looks good.
The Command watch features a stainless steel case and a matte finish, and there are both silicon sport straps and a stainless steel bracelets available. It’s also compatible with any 20 mm watch strap you may have lying around.
It may not look all that smart, but this new wearable can track your steps taken, calories burned, distance traveled, as well as sleep duration and quality with its 3-axis accelerometer. You can also create custom notifications for calls, texts, emails, and other apps on your phone. What’s more, it also comes with features including auto-update time/date, second time zone, as well as vibration alarms. On the side of the chassis, you’ll find a smart button that acts as a remote control, allowing you to play music, take a photo, ring your phone, or connect to other smart devices. This button was also present on the Phase.
As for the tech specs, the Command comes with a water resistance rating of 5 ATM and a battery that will last a full year on a single charge— that’s the longest lasting battery on any Misfit product.
The Command starts at $149.99 and is available now for pre-order on Misfit’s website. You can grab it it four different colorways: Black Steel, Black Copper, Navy Blue, and Steel.
Which color are you going to order?