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syre bluetooth fitness smartwatch
jul 10, 2012
syre bluetooth fitness smartwatch


the ‘syre’ smartwatch for runners

the ‘syre‘ smartwatch developed by anyé spivey of lion hound technology– in collaboration with industrial designer id-3d
and bluetooth engineers indesign– is an iPod nano-based watch that overcomes the lack of bluetooth on existing models.

composed of flexible silicone polymer, the case itself ntegrates a bluetooth attachment, connectable to compatible headphones
as well as potentially a user’s iPhone to access GPS functionality. the iPod nano is slid into the face of the watchcase

‘syre’ is to be produced in six colours, determined by a vote of the project’s backers in its current kickstarter campaign.
having already met its funding goal, the device is expected in november 2012.


rear view


3/4 side view


profile of watchband and case


profile of watch, closed


concept render


video introduction to ‘syre’

via dvice

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