emit Smartwatch: tune out distractions and focus on what’s important

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emit Smartwatch is a unique Kickstarter funded device that shows countdowns to your most important events, tasks and goals.

The London-based team says the wearable has been created to “change your perspective on time” and offer a way to be more productive. The novel timepiece helps you tune out distractions and home in on what’s important.

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emit Smartwatch focuses purely on telling time and showing countdowns. The accompanying smartphone app lets you choose from four distinct watch-faces: day/night cycle which shows a countdown to the start/end of the day, event countdown, progress and timer. You can select an item from your to-do list, manually add an event or chose one from the calendar.

Hopefully, this will help you become more realistic with your timelines and stick to your schedule. The minimalistic devic stays synced to your phone and can display up to 10 events. You flick through them simply by swiping on the 1.3″ IPS LCD watch touchscreen display. There’s also a fitness tracking watch-face which shows your daily step count and heart rate.

Time is your most precious resource and emit Smartwatch wants to make sure you don’t waste it. If you’re looking to de-clutter your life and prioritize goals over all other distractions, the device may pique your interest. The wearable is going for £90 on Kickstarter which equates to around $116. It will be interesting to see if the company is good at counting down and manages to ship on the promised May 2019 delivery date.

Price: $116 and up

Funding open:

$14,236 raised out of $5,156 goal
27 days to go

Estimated delivery: May 2019

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Ivan Jovin

Ivan has been a tech journalist for over 7 years now, covering all kinds of technology issues. He is the guy who gets to dive deep into the latest wearable tech news.

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