he IronCloud is a brand-new GPS sports watch that has just recently been released on Indiegogo. In just a few short hours, the funding goal for the campaign was reached.
The advertised feature-set is a large part of what makes this gadget seem like such a good buy. It was designed to be a more affordable alternative to the Garmins and Suuntos, and it has virtually the same specifications as those two brands. You have a wide variety of options to pick from when it comes to sports modes, and each of these will supply you with measurements such as running dynamics, physiological measures, and tracking for your fitness level. In addition to this, you will receive “intuitive AI training technologies” that will assist you in achieving your objectives.
Other features include a water resistance of 100 meters, a color touch screen with an always on display, personal training plans, a Valencell heart rate sensor, and more. The energy life of the 480 mAh lithium battery in time mode is an astonishing 50 days. In addition to that, there is a built-in triple navigation system that incorporates BDS, GPS, and GLONASS, in addition to support for notifications.
This is a very sturdy apparatus, and it was designed specifically for athletic use. IronCloud features a screen made of sapphire crystal and a bezel made of titanium, both of which are engineered to survive the most extreme conditions. In addition, its transflective display reduces or even eliminates the requirement for a backlight in environments with ample natural light, which helps to prolong the battery’s useful life.
On paper, the watch has a lot of positive qualities that make it stand out. The early-bird price of IronCloud is now set at $369 on Indiegogo, and the delivery date is scheduled for May 2018. The same caveats regarding crowdfunded projects apply here.
Price ranges from $369 and higher