Bugatti Smartwatch: Premium affordable watch in collaboration with VIITA

Bugatti Smartwatch

Supercar manufacturer Bugatti has unveiled a smartwatch, the fruit of a collaboration with VIITA . The price of the new item by the brand’s standards is very affordable – only $ 1,500 . Smart watches are equipped with sensors for monitoring heart rate and blood oxygen levels ( Sp02 and VO2 Max ) and are able to monitor the sleep process and monitor stressful conditions. The gadget is equipped with a GPS receiver , which makes it possible, if necessary, to record a workout track without using a smartphone.

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The premium gadget is housed in a hand-crafted ceramic body. The back cover of the watch is made of titanium. The manufacturer declares protection against moisture penetration with a maximum pressure of 10 atmospheres, which corresponds to a submersion of 100 meters.

The touch screen of the watch with a resolution of 390 by 390 pixels is covered with a sapphire crystal. The watch is equipped with a 445 mAh battery. One battery charge should last for 14 days.

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The manufacturer declares deep integration with the popular fitness app Strava . At the same time, other similar applications such as Google Fit or Apple Health do not support watches.

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Smart clock Bugatti is available in three versions: a sports version of the Bugatti Pur Ceramique Edition the One the Sport , ceramic classic Bugatti Ceramique Edition One Le Noire and Bugatti Edition Ceramique the One Divo . Reception of pre-orders for the novelty is already open. The cost of a premium watch as part of a pre-order starts at $ 1,100 . Sales are expected to start in October – and then you will have to shell out $ 1,500 per watch .

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