Smart Watches

Vector watch Meridian

Overview

3.7
Based on 3 Pro Reviews
6%
bucket
Rating
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Released
Apr 2015
Battery life
30 days
GPS
No
Anti-scratch lens
No

Specification

Features & Technology

Touch No
Multi-touch No

Body

Water Resistance 50m (5 atm)
Dust Resistance Waterproof
Case Materials
  • Stainless steel
  • Hardened crystal
Wristband Materials
  • Leather
  • Silicone strap
Replaceable Wristband Yes
Anti-scratch lens No

Notifications

Notifications
  • Calendar reminder
  • Alarm
Notification Methods
  • Vibration
Remote Features
  • Shake to dismiss notificataion

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Reviews

Pro Reviews

ZDNet
3.5
Like many people, I stopped wearing a watch when I bought my first smartphone. I'm yet to be convinced that smartwatch vendors have cracked the secret of encouraging those people to swap back.
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Wareable
3.5
Provided you plump for one of the more expensive and ornate Vector Lunas, you'll find a functional and simple approach to the smartwatch that will genuinely turn heads. It's almost unfair to compare the Vector to the likes of Android Wear and the Apple Watch, as it takes the opposite approach in nearly every manner: long battery, poor screen, no apps, basic features only. That's not a bad thing – smartwatches don't have to be computers on our wrists, and while the 30 day battery is a revelation, we feel the screen and notifications experience hold the Vector back from being a true challenger.
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Digital Trends
4.0
Any negative aspects depend on your expectations. It doesn’t run apps, doesn’t make or receive calls, or let you draw emoji on the screen. If these are things you require, the Vector isn’t for you. It’s not cheap either, but then neither is the Apple Watch, or any luxury mechanical watch. It does have a sizable bezel around the display, which is the least attractive aspect of the design, but it’s not a deal breaker. The app could also do with a little polish.
read full review at Digital Trends