Not to be outdone by other fitness oriented companies, Misfit announced this week at CES 2018 their latest line of hybrid smartwatches, the Misfit Path. Instead of an all digital face, the Misfit Path features a classic, analog watch with powerful connectivity features. It is the brand’s smallest and most minimalist hybrid smartwatch yet and brings both versatility and elegance to a traditionally technology-focused wearable.
Featuring a sleek and delicate stainless steel case with matte finishing, Path discreetly conceals its tech behind a watch face that is modern, chic and traditional, and is the brand’s most fashion-forward hybrid thus far. Available with gold tone details and silicon sport straps in fresh, soft colors, Path also boasts the interchangeable strap functionality, which allows for endless style possibilities with a wide range of 16mm strap options.
Like it’s hybrid predecessors, Path automatically tracks steps, calories burned, distances traveled, and sleep duration and quality via a 3-axis accelerometer. Users can also create and receive customized call, text, email, and app notifications, so they can stay connected without ever having to look at a screen. Path users can also leverage auto-update time and date functionality, set a second time zone, and create vibration alarms and movement reminders. Path also features a smart button that acts like a remote control and lets users play music, take a picture, connect to other smart devices, and ring their phone. Like Misfit’s other hybrid smartwatches, Path is swimproof and water resistant up to 50 meters, is non-charging and features a replaceable battery that lasts up to 6 months.
Misfit Path is available in four versatile colorways: Stainless Steel, Rose Tone, Gold Tone, and Stainless Steel with Gold Tone Accent. Path starts at $149.99 and will be available in Spring on misfit.com.