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- Built into our slimmest wearables case to date, the Jorn Connected hybrid smartwatch boasts a range of smart features in the body of a classic watch - no-charge hybrid smartwatches feature built-in activity tracking, filtered notifications, and automatic time and date adjustment
- Snap a photo, ring your phone, control your music and more with the customizable Skagen link button
- Track your everyday accomplishments including steps, distance, and calories burned and monitor your sleep duration and quality
- When a notification or alert arrives for an important text, email or app update, a gentle buzz lets you know right away
- This stylish wrist essential is always on, always connected with a battery life up to six months (based on usage) and automatically syncs to your phone. Compatible with phones running Android OS 4.4+ or iPhone 5/iOS 8.2+
- For more information on Skagen Hybrid watches please visit this site: skagenconnected.com
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|Skagen Hybrid Signatur||Skagen Hybrid Hald||Skagen Hybrid Signatur||Skagen Hybrid Jorn||Skagen Hybrid Jorn||Skagen Hybrid Hagen|
|Additional plating and strap options available||Additional plating and strap options available||Additional plating and strap options available||Additional plating and strap options available||Additional plating and strap options available||Additional plating and strap options available|
|Smart Phone Notifications||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Activity Tracking & Goal Setting||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|No Charging Required||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Auto Update: Date/Time||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Dual Time Zone||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Take Photo/Control Music/Ring My Phone||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Estimated Battery Life||Up to 4 Months based on usage||Up to 4 Months based on usage||Up to 4 Months based on usage||Up to 4 Months based on usage||Up to 4 Months based on usage||Up to 6 Months based on usage|
Get a signature silhouette with a smartwatch edge with the Skagen Jorn hybrid smartwatch, featuring a sleek two hand movement with discrete activity tracking and notification capabilities.
- Package Dimensions: 3.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.24 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B06X3V51FY
- Item model number: SKT1200
- Batteries: 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 3, 2017
- Average Customer Review:
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Skagen|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||41 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||11 millimeters|
|Band Material||leather calfskin|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||22 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Item weight||8.80 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||100 Feet|
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|Compatible Phone Models||Apple iPhone 5||Apple iPhone 7/7 Plus, Apple iPhone 6S/6S Plus, Apple iPhone 6/6 Plus, Apple iPhone SE, Apple iPhone 5C, Apple iPhone 5S and other iOS 8.1 or above devices. Samsung Galaxy S6/7, Samsung Note 5, Samsung C9 and other Android 5.0 or above devices.||Apple iPhone 5||Apple iPhone 5|
|Item Dimensions||—||1.8 x 9.8 x 0.5 in||24.02 x 3.94 x 29.92 in||3.35 x 4.53 x 4.53 in|
|Item Weight||0.55 lb||1.7 ounces||2.72 ounces||0.55 lb|
|Operating System||Android/Android 4.4/iOS||iOS 8.1/Android 5.0||Android/iOS||Android/iOS|
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This watch comes with three buttons and with the latest firmware/app version, you can assign a custom action to each button. I've got the middle button set to play/pause/next/previous, and the other two to volume up/down. It works great and is very reliable. Only once has it disconnected from my phone and it was easily fixed by re-launching the app. It works with the screen off and the device locked. If the music app is closed, when I press the play button it launches the app. This is a benefit or android rather than the watch, but I just wanted to explain how it works because I imagine my use case is a common one. My phone is a Nexus 6P.
The phone tracks your steps and your sleep cycle. In general it is fairly accurate, but nothing like a dedicated fitness device. For example, it won't know the difference between walking and biking somewhere, so your daily step counter will be just an estimate. Also, the sleep tracker gets confused if I wake up and immediately sit down to meditate: it will think I had an extra hour of restful sleep when in fact I walked around for a bit and then sat still for a while. The app shows you your stats in a very nice and intuitive manner: you can swipe for your stats for the day, for the week, and for the month, and you can swipe backwards and forwards to previous time periods as well.
The watch is very attractive, and fairly thin. You can't tell it's a smart watch at all. The face is technically grey but almost looks blue-grey, which is a great look. I dislike the watch strap because I find it somewhat difficult to buckle, and there's no good replacement metal link strap offered by Skagen (they have a steel mesh option but it looks too feminine I think). If you want to swap to a different watch strap it's extremely easy to do so: no tools required for Skagen replacement straps.
I think this is a very good-looking and functionally strong watch. You can't do better for a hybrid smart watch, especially at this price point. I wish the strap was easier to buckle and I would also appreciate if it was more water resistant (it's only ATM3).
The watch itself is very stylish and a pleasure to wear. It's got a quality heft and while I would prefer a darker band, I can't complain about this fine leather strap. It's comfortable despite being thicker and heavier than my plain, cheap digital watch.
Set up was swift and painless out of the box. Once you download their app, step #1, the rest pretty much takes care of itself as soon as you pair the watch, which was no problem for me at all. The time is set automatically, and you can set up your account through Facebook so you don't even have to enter any information on your own. Basically, within three minutes or so, I was ready to customize the trio of buttons on the right side of my watch from a list of possible options.
There are some pre-set trios you can use, depending upon your preferences. There is a Music option that allows you to basically control track advance and volume up/down using the three buttons on the side of the watch. A Travel option assigns things like date and time zone controls to the three buttons. For me, I went with a totally customized choose-your-own three-button assignments from the modest list of options.
I was initially intrigued by the notifications option, which allows you to select up to six contacts and six apps for notification alerts. From these, you can assign color codes to a select few. Basically by pressing the assigned watch button, a hand will point to one of these teeny tiny color dots on the left watchface to let you know that this particular contact has sent you something (no way to know, of course, if this is by phone, text, or email). I can see how this might be vaguely useful for some people, such as in a meeting where you simply cannot look at your phone but are expecting a contact from a specific individual or app. However, it just didn't offer the interactivity I was hoping for. Plus, I received a warning telling me that this notifications option would drain my non-rechargeable watch battery faster. So since it proved difficult to use and largely ineffective, I decided not to assign it to one of my three buttons.
Instead, I assigned one of my buttons to music track advance. I was able to link it with my Amazon Music app, and by tapping the button, I could pause and restart my music and double tap to advance to the next track. That seems to be a worthwhile function for one of my three button options. It is ultimately perhaps the most useful of all the options offered.
I assigned my middle button to ring my phone, to locate it as the Find my Phone app does. However, there is a significant shortcoming here. I thought this would be the most worthwhile option of all, since I frequently forget where I put my phone in the house and I have to go looking for it or use another device to track it via the Find my Phone app. And on the surface, it works well. Simply pressing that button causes your phone to admit a sound, which you can choose from among a number of ringtones. The one problem is that the watch app must be open on your phone in order for this to work. If your Skagen watch app is not open, that button will do nothing. So obviously, since I can never predict when I'm going to misplace my phone, this means I have to leave the watch app open 24/7 in order to take advantage of this option. Not really thrilled about doing that.
For my third button, I assigned the camera option. In this case, so long as I have my camera app open on the phone, I can remotely take a picture (front or back camera, whichever is open on the phone) by pressing a button on my watch. While this seems a little sneaky and spylike, I think this is a pretty good option for things like group pictures and more natural-looking selfie shots, if I can position my phone somewhere secure for the picture. Of course, this can easily be done with the timer on my phone, but at least this gives me more leeway by using my watch. That said, every selfie-type photo taken with this option shows me pressing a watch button since there is no delay option at all. You snap a pic the second you press the button. And of course, it does nothing if your camera app is not open.
Pretty much everything this watch does can be done on the phone itself with ease. It is more about convenience, though sometimes I question exactly how convenient some of these options are considering the limitations of the watchface and the three simple buttons. The most touted option is the activity tracker (steps, calories, sleep), though I personally have no real use for these. Since I was not planning on wearing this watch every single day, and I never wear a watch while working out, this would never provide a truly accurate activity tracker for me. Some may find it much more useful than me. If you assign the activity option to one of your three buttons, a watch hand can point to a number on the phone to tell you how many steps you have taken in a day. I simply have no real use for this information.
Beyond the hybrid interactivity options, I was a little disappointed that there is no way to illuminate the watchface. Even my most inexpensive digital watch allows me to tell the time in the dark. It seems a little odd and shortsighted that a watch that can literally control the camera and music on my phone cannot provide illumination in low light.
So overall, how do I feel about this watch? While I thought initially that I might end up wearing this every single day, I think I will probably use it more on trips and special occasions. It is a very stylish watch and would work nicely with the dress clothes, for example. The interactivity offered is somewhat unique and certainly something you can show off to people, but I don't think I will get extreme benefit from utilizing these three buttons every single day. I might use the Music option more than any other, simply so that I can have my phone charging in a corner and still control basic music functionality while I am working at my desk a short distance away. For now, I am also trying to keep my watch app open on my phone so that I can make use of the Find my Phone button whenever I might need it. But I am very disappointed that this won't work without the watch app open all the time. Depending upon your personal preferences, you may find great benefit in a watch like this if you actively track your steps or if you are expecting a specific notification from someone when you can't access your phone. For me, I have simpler needs and this watch, while interesting, was just OK overall for me.
So what's awesome? First, you don't have to charge it. It runs off of a watch battery and has a 2 year life (estimated by the company, I haven't had it for two years to verify). Through the app, you can set it to notify you (vibrates) for calls, which is useful for me because I prefer to leave my phone on silent (you can pick and choose the contacts it does that for so it will ignore people trying to get you to give them money). There is an activity tracker but I haven't used it yet. I've been working out for years, I have my own system, and will probably forget about this feature anyway.
What's not so awesome? I've had it drop the connection a few times. I'm not sure whether it's the watch or the phone (although I haven't had this problem with any other device). When I've gone to reconnect it I've had to do it manually and even then it gave me a hard time. Once I even had to reboot my phone. That was kind of a pain.
Overall, this thing is sleek and stylish and if that is your thing, this watch is pretty good and has the added feature of connecting to your smartphone.
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