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Skagen Men's SKT1104 Hagen Hybrid Smart Watchby Skagen792/3001
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About this product
The Hagen Connected hybrid smartwatch boasts a range of smart features in the body of a classic watch. Connecting to your Android™ or iPhone® the watch sends discreet, filtered-by-you smartphone notifications when you receive a text, email or call. Other features include activity and sleep tracking, phone finder, music control and more.
Model number SKT1104.
- Black dial.
- Case width 42mm.
- Stainless steel case.
- Light brown leather adjustable strap.
- Buckle clasp.
- Water resistant to 30m.
- Analogue display.
- Date display.
- Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
- EAN: 4053858774773.
92% would recommend to a friend
Classic and stylish design
Great watch, limited features but made up for it by the design. Set up was very easy only down side was the battery life (2 months) and the fact that you have to manually sync the phone when you go out of range. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Lovely classic, great features fantastic hybrid.
SKAGEN HYBRID CONNECTED User review 25 APRIL 2018 USER REVIEW Packaging I have always been a fan of SKAGEN watches for their clean and minimalist design, from the off the packaging resembled this. The sleeve sported two images of the watch, on the front the watch was centred surrounded by sleek design icons clearly pointing out some of the watched functions. On the other an enlarged image of the watch face, whilst the back shows the small print clearly stating what OS systems are compatible with the watch written in various languages. After removing the sleeve you’ll find a hardened turquoise flip box. In side... the watch is sat in a protective palace of padded material, The watch is strapped round a cream cushion and pushed up against more protective padding at the top of the box, ideal for protecting the face. Underneath the cushion you will find the “Quick Smart Guide” and a booklet containing what seems to be after (a quick scan) the terms and conditions etc. The cushion the watch sits on is secure in the box and takes a satisfying tug to get out. Build Quality Overall the build quality is brilliant, the stainless steel casing is very nice to touch and to look at, the casing seems to have a very faint brushed finish to it and the fact that the metal had a slightly darker tinge to it was a plus for me and the glass sits flush with the steel casing. The face accompanied the darker stainless steel perfectly and coincided with SKAGENS sleek design approach found on the majority of their analogue watches, the dimensions of the watch weren’t too over whelming either with some smart watches towering off the wrist. Though the watch aesthetics looked superb I found the it to be a little on the light side, with this the ‘leather’ strap was hard to look at times, though it did grown on me, the colour was a little too light for my liking. However, with a choice of straps who am I to complain, with many expensive watches having a weighty feel to them and quality straps I felt like these areas made the watch feel a little a little cheap. With this in mind as soon as you place the watch on your wrist all is forgotten, through the weeks that I have had chance to use this, I been involved with everyday accidents be it brushing past a wall or banging into a desk in the work place and nights out and I’m yet to find a scratch on the glass which I was very impressed with. The movement of the hands when using the Calendar for example was another factor I found weirdly satisfying about the watch the hands moved so smoothly and without error. The buttons were stiff but not too stiff and had a nice definite sturdy feel to them and with certain applications sending a vibration through you wrist confirming it’s use User Interface / User Experience When installing the App it was a simple as any other App downloaded on my phone. The installation process was easy an configuring the watch as quick and seamless. The App allowed you to calibrate the watch and took you though the setup step by step. The pairing of the two devices was incredibly easy, it gave you a brief introduction to the app and the watch capabilities. The app enables you to put in your height and weight and set targets such as your steps. The UI was fairly easy to work around and the assignment of apps to the specific buttons on the watch was very simple and probably my favourite part. The use of the numbers when assigning contacts or application notifications was brilliant through it did mean using my memory but I really loved the way the classic design has been kept the main priority throughout. The fact that this doesn’t distract your too much from your daily tasks in work or when your out with friends was a real plus for me just more of small nudge to let you know. As mentioned earlier the way the hands move round the watch was so nice to watch, the use of numbers around the edge of the face for the calendar is fantastic and was this was used on a daily basis. Another feature was the ability to control music on my phone when on the move this was really nice, especially when used on an already existing playlist. The fact you couldn’t use more than three features at once was a bit of a shame but this is made up by the fact that you can pre make options and easily switch these using the app, the use of the find my phone was a nice idea but dulled down by the fact that the range of the Bluetooth made in ineffective after a certain range but this can’t be blamed on just the watch alone. Finally the tracking of you steps was beautiful indicated on the face of the watch. Overall this watch is a fantastic piece of kit and really kept to it’s classic approach, this watch has the smart capabilities of a simple smart watch whilst not being in your face and bombarding you with push notifications. It’s clean style has received a lot of compliments from friends and family commenting on it expensive and stylish looks completely contracting my earlier comments. I would advise anyone buying this that this is not a ‘smart’ watch it is a ‘hybrid’ so if you’re expecting to buy a smart watch don’t go for this, but for a stylish classic watch with all the capabilities of a normal watch and more... this definitely the watch for you. I would highly recommend this watch to anyone looking to purchase this. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Brilliant once on wrist!
First things first, the watch looked amazing in the box. Looks high quality, well made and well packaged. When you first take it out of the box you immediately notice how lightweight it is, most people link weight with quality (as do i) so i was a little disappointed... until i started to wear it. Once on the wrist you do not notice how light it is at all! One of the downsides is that it is made out of titanium and personally i love the feel of a nice weighted stainless steel watch, but this is personal preference. I have received many compliments from people regarding the look of the watch and it is not obvious that it is a smart watch to the naked eye. Once out of the box it is really easy to setup. Simply download the Skagen app on your phone and follow the instruction, within five minutes you are done. As this is my first smartwatch i was expecting more from the "smart" features. I was expecting the watch to read out my messages and direct me to my destination using Google Maps, but once i realised that this was in fact a hybrid watch i started to love it. A hybrid seems to sit between a conventional and a smartwatch (not as dumb as a conventional watch but not as smart as a smartwatch). You can customise each button to your personal preference - i have one button to control the music on my phone, one button to show me the date and the other is used to find my phone (which is the greatest thing ever!). Gone are the days of me spending 30 minutes searching for my phone only to find it in my pocket when i can just press a button on my watch and my phone starts ringing. Lifesaver! It can count your steps and take photos on your phone, but that is about it. The feature i am not terribly fond of are the notifications, or how you are notified. You can assign a person in your contacts to a number so that when you receive a text or a call them the watch will vibrate and display that number (when "john" rings you the hands on the watch will go to "1"). The problem with this is that i forget who i have assigned what number to so when i get a text from "john" and my watch displays "1" i find myself trying to work out who is texting me. One more thing im not to sure on is the battery life. The rate the battery depletes is dependant on whether you have set your watch to notify you and vibrate on every single notification. With that being said i noticed that my watch went from 99% when i took it out of the box to 72% in less than a day. Overall it is a smart good looking watch with limited smart functionality. I would say it is a good watch for those who are beginners to the smart watch world and do not want a mini computer on their wrist. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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