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    Timex announces analogue fitness watch - the Metropolitan+

    Always nice to see a fitness / Smart watch from a watch company rather than a tech one. The analogue design is interesting too, seems similar to some of the IQ models.



    http://www.engadget.com/2015/09/15/t...opolitan-plus/
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    Yeah, it's a nice design. Will wait for some review to see how that translates into usability. I have to say I've got addicted to step tracking since I got my fitbit. The problem Timex, and anyone launching devices like these have, is building a back end infrastructure that competes with the big players. The fitbit one is very advanced.

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