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Breitling Exospace B55 Connected Watch Review

The newly retired astronaut mentioned in an interview with Breitling brand new ambassador Scott Kelly that he believes that smarter watches like Breitling Exospace B55 Connected (which debut here) will become professionals in The future worn in space. Of course, he was referring to the fact that traditional watches not only occupies an important position in the continuous demand for timekeeping precision and accuracy, but the potential of the watch to interact with other systems is almost critical to its development. https://www.chronowrist.ru

I reviewed Breilting Exospace B55 Connected today, about a year after getting Apple Watch for the first time, and a year after Breilting first launched its B55 smartwatch concept in 2015. Despite being attacked by the now conservative technology industry, the smartwatch industry is still developing and developing. Strangely, mainstream consumers are not adopting these devices as quickly as people think people should buy new TV or phone technology. Let's face it, it will take some time for smart watches to move forward. Until then, experiments on how to show smart watches and continuous improvement of technology will continue. For me, this means that this is an exciting time for life, because I have no reports on established markets or even established products. On the contrary, as we gradually enter the era of wearable technology, I will enjoy the history of manufacturing, which will inevitably include a series of smart connected devices worn on the wrist.

Breitling Exospace B55 Connected is not intended to be a competitor to Apple Watch or Android Wear, but to provide its own way to explore how connected technology should interact with the real idea of ​​wearing a watch. In fact, you don’t need to use the watch as a smart watch at all. You can enjoy Breitling Exospace B55 Connected as easily as a "disconnected" watch, which has the same functions as other quartz-based Breitling timepieces. In a way, this is very different from a device with a relatively short user life. Actually, let me start talking about battery life.

In the user manual, Breitling includes a battery life chart with a series of averages. They don't even call it "battery life" but "autonomy", that is, how long the watch can leave the charger. The watch is charged via the included USB-based string, which is connected to the case via a small magnetic clip. It works well, but what I am not satisfied with this system is that if you are on the go or charge it in a bag, the cable is easily disconnected from the case. http://www.cheapestwrist.com