Fossil Q Nate Hybrid Smartwatch

(3 customer reviews)

Activity Tracking: Built In Fitness Tracker
Notifications: Social Media / Text / Email / App Alerts / Multiple Time Zones / Alarm Clock / Calendar Alerts
Functions: Take a Picture / Control Your Music / Sleep Tracker / Step Tracker / Interchangeable Watch Band

$175.00 (as of August 17, 2018, 7:22 pm)

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Fossil Hybrid Smartwatch - Q Nate Black Stainless Steel & Free shipping
$175.00
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$399.00
1 new from $ 399.00
Used - $125.09
Last updated on August 13, 2018 2:26 am

A piece-to-weekend warrior, our military-inspired Q Nate hybrid seems like an eye fixed, but acts like a smartwatch. Powered by the Fossil Q App, Fossil Q Hybrid Smartwatches have compatibility with phones running Android OS OS 4.4 or iPhone 5iOS 8.2. Q App is supplied by Fossil Group, Inc. so your data will probably be stored in the united states.
Activity Tracking: Built In Fitness Tracker
Notifications: Social Media / Text / Email / App Alerts / More than one Time Zones / Alarm Clock / Calendar Alerts
Functions: Take a Picture / Keep an eye on Your Music / Sleep Tracker / Step Tracker / Interchangeable Watch Band
Connectivity: Bluetooth Sensible Enabled / 4.1 Low Energy
Compatibility: Android OS 4.4+, iPhone 5/iOS 8.2+, Smartphone App

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  1. Amazon Customer

    This Hybrid smartwatch is great. It’s large, but still comfortable to run with it on. The band is the quick release type so you can change it fast. I only had to remove one link, and it doesn’t come with extra. So if you have a large wrist, you might have to swap it out. The Fossil Q-Link app is easy to use and has no drain on my HTC 10’s battery. The sleep and activity tracking is accurate. You can manually set the hour and minute hands to move to a certain time for notifications. The battery is a CR2430 that you can change yourself with a coin or the included Fossil tool.*Update after using for a whileAlthough the Q-Nate is great at sleep monitoring, sleeping with it on is slightly painful. I was able to use it sleeping for about two weeks. After that, I felt like I had a broken wrist. Maybe buying the silicone strap from Fossil would help.

  2. Mike C.

    This watch is GREAT! I’ve had an Apple Watch for quite a while now, and for me this watch working out very well. The main points I feel are important are:* It looks more “professional” and high-quality than most smartwatches. People don’t even realize it has smart capabilities, and when you show them, they’re very surprised.* It’s quite large in diameter, though about the same thickness as a comparable “dumb” watch. If you like “chunky” watches, you’ll love this, but probably not for people with smaller wrists.* It’s a real stainless steel watch, so it’s comparably heavy – especially when coming from another smartwatch.* It doesn’t have a heart rate monitor like the Apple Watch, nor can you read or respond to texts.* It doesn’t overwhelm you with extra notifications that you don’t care about, but it vibrates when you receive texts or certain app notifications.* The Fossil app was very easy to use. Setup and configuration is easy.Overall I’m loving this, and see myself buying more “hybrid” smartwatches. I like the notification features, don’t care so much about the fitness tracking features, and prefer the look and feel of a “real” watch over most smartwatches that are available. This is definitely a representation of the best of both worlds!

  3. Glen Andrew Haas

    This is a pretty big watch but not Invicta big. The face and hands are contrasted enough to provide an instant read but the secondary app indicator is too small for me to read. This doesn’t really matter to me though.As an assistant to my iPhone, it’s great. I assigned VIPs there own numbers so I can see who is texting or calling, and assigned apps (Calender, etc) their own numbers to help there. This hybrid smart watch is perfect for someone who doesn’t want another distraction, but wants to use their existing tech a little more effectively.My only issue with this watch is the software. It’s a little confusing. Maybe confusing isn’t the right word, maybe intuitive. It lacks a straightforward approach and you’ll have to navigate to get to the “meat” of what you’ll use. I don’t have a use for an avatar or profile, but maybe some do. It does work though, so I can’t mark it down too much for that.

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