It's a nice looking watch. The problem is, ever since cell phones started giving me the exact time, I stopped wearing a watch. I have about ten nice watches in a safe from the old days.I emailed them to see if I get a reply back. Not sure if this is a real thing or not....LOL
And I agree $250 seems a little a the steep side. I guess I kind of depends on the quality and capabilities of the watch it's self.
Maybe they should just have an app for that and use the phone. Seems everyone carries on now . Using something you already carry makes sense to me.
That's already a thing, it's called H-D Connect. Available on 2020 models , not retro fitable.Yeah, then it could notify you via the phone when the alarm goes off. Yeah Yeah "data rates" etc.. But might as well get the mileage out of the widget if heading that way.
Have you ever been in the military or around a military base? Big watches and military go hand in hand.plus it looks like it is the size of a fob, little large to wear on the wrist unless you are a dweeb millennial wearing skinny jeans.
i was in the military, 2nd class hard hat diver u.s. navy early 70's we wore rolex submariner watches, at the time $270 in the navy exchange in subic bay still got mine worth a few more bucks now. only watch i wear is medical device that tracks blood pressure and heart rate. if this one did that i'd be all over it at half that price.Have you ever been in the military or around a military base? Big watches and military go hand in hand.
And the fact that it has the internals of the fob inside the watch would kind of lead to it being the size of the FOB wouldn't you think?
I'm not sure how professional this company is. In this solicitation for "pre-orders" it clearly shows a 17% discount. If you click on FAQ, it refers to the introductory price of 25% off. They appear to be a little confused over just how much they want for their product. I think it's a "go" at $99-149. but it might be DOA at $249.