Fossil FX6001 Bluetooth Watch Available For Pre-Order

Posted: Sep 28 2006, 10:01am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:01am CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets


Fossil FX6001 Bluetooth Watch Available for Pre-Order
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Fossil introduces Bluetooth Caller ID wrist watches.

The Fossil FX6001 analog watch displays incoming phone calls on a small OLED display (96x16 pixel) .

The FX6001 can vibrate when a call comes in or SMS/MMS. The Caller ID or number displayed. The watch also warns you when you are out of range (10 meters) of your mobile phone. Never forget your phone again on the restaurant table.

Other features include view phone's time/date, simple two-button auto pairing operation, reject/mute incoming calls, water resistant to 3 ATM, and compatibility with most Sony Ericsson Bluetooth phones.
The watch also features a lithium rechargeable battery that lasts approximately 5-7 days based on conditions of use. The battery can be recharged through a USB or universal AC adapter.

You can pre-order the FX6001 on the site for $249.00.
The new cool Bluetooth watch will ship early November.the new Caller ID watches will also be available under Fossil's Abacus brand.
The ABACUS branded product (MobileWear™ by ABACUS) comes in two styles: one with a stainless steel case and bracelet (style AU6001) and the other with a stainless steel case and black PU strap (style AU6002).

The watches are expected to be available in mid-October and are priced at an MSRP of $200.00 USD. The ABACUS MobileWear watches are available in the US through Comp USA, Germany through _dug Telecom AG and in the UK through Widget UK, LTD.

We already reported about the Sony Ericsson branded Bluetooth watch that is also made by Fossil.

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