Why 2017 Is the Year of the Smartwatch

Nairi Najarian

We’d be the first to acknowledge we’d have a true “this is the end” moment of panic without some kind of tech device tethered to our person. After all, our shiny collections of gadgets serve a purpose, and that’s to make life a little more convenient and a touch (or tap) easier to navigate work, play, and everything in between. The ultimate goal, however, is for our devices to enrich our lives and allow us to live them better. And since cold-turkey unplugging isn’t always an option when we’re feeling a bit overloaded, we’re always on the lookout for alternatives that let us wear our tech and live our lives too. 

Our latest find in this arena? The Fossil Q Smartwatch, which nixes the one-design-fits-all concept to cater to what its wearer actually needs and allow for a more optimal work/life balance. To get a sense of how the device works, we turned to two creative mompreneurs, designer Kate Arends of Wit & Delight and illustrator Kelli Murray, both of whom have resolved to put down their smartphones in order to make time for new goals, activities, and hobbies in the year ahead. Keep reading to find out how smartwatches can help make 2017 your most fulfilling year yet.

Will you be converting to the Fossil Q Smartwatch this year? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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