MyKronoz – bridging gaps between real hand and digital to form a hybrid
In the smartwatch domain, no one delivers it like MyKronoz. With a fine merge of traditional swiss real–hand and a knack of new-life smartwatch feel, the ZeTime series from MyKronoz is unarguably the most sophisticated smartwatch of the season.
With each of MyKronoz ZeTime series, you’re able to view incoming voice calls, check weather and climatic forecasts and updates, play music, and swipe social media notifications with so much more. Te ZeTime series is laced with a 3-way accelerometer and an optical sensor that tracks the heart’s rate as activities are performed.
The ZeTime also keeps its owner in shape as it notifies the owner if there’s a sudden pause or long hours of inactivity; let’s say the watch doesn’t like you being lazy.
It frustrates me when other smartwatches require so much time to hold a charge, which sadly defeats the purpose of a smartwatch, after all, these timepieces were bought to tell us the time, this is one reason I’ll pick the ZeTime series over any other smartwatch in the market, the battery can last for 30-days with just a single charge.
The ZeTime series are available in its country of origin – Switzerland as well as other countries such as the Uk, US, Japan, and Europe. The ZeTime series are light-weight and heavy-duty, they weight about 90g whereas an iWatch weight about 120g.
The ZeTime series has got a lot of plans for the new-generation as they can choose to change their strap at-will, so if you prefer the metal strap over the leather strap, just change it. Perhaps you prefer the rubber strap, just change it. Changing the straps are as easy as changing your stockings, MyKronoz ensured this process is stress-free and you’re not going to have fear of losing a nail or nut in the process, it’s a very simple process I assure you.