The touchscreen smartwatch is water- and shock-proof, so it can withstand a thrashing without getting damaged or broken.
There is an activity tracker that was made with Trace, which monitors the surf activity of a session, like length of ride, takeoff point and calories burned. It also works for monitoring stats for skiing and snowboarding.or surf-skiing a giant wave).
Tyson White, vice president of product at Nixon, said there aren’t many options when it comes to smartwatches for action sports.
“With current products splash-proof at best, we knew we had to create a smartwatch that could survive the surf or the first ride down the mountain,” he said in a press release. “We developed the watch in tandem with our world-class surf and snow athletes who lead demanding, rigorous lifestyles.”
The watch will be available in October and will retail for about $400, according to Mashable.
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