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CES 2017: CT Band smart band transforms your old watch into a smartwatch

04 January 2017 0

There is no doubt that smartwatches are cool and almost everyone wants one but the real question is, does someone really need them? This is the reason many people are reluctant about buying a new smartwatch but what if you could turn your old into a smartwatch? If it sounds interesting, the CT Band might just be for you.

The CT Band is basically a smart band which transforms any old classic watch into a modern smartwatch. The band features a LED display along with various sensors to make sure that it shows all your notifications and keeps a track of your daily activities. It has been made available in silicone and leather material types along with various color options. It is water resistant and works with both Android and iOS but needs to be charged every day.


The team behind CT Band has also developed a companion app which you can install on your smartphone. Once you have the app, you can use it check your progress each day, keep it synced, analyze progress via graphs and charts, and also set reminders for goals. There is a social aspect as you can be a part of the CT Band Community to meet like-minded people and have challenges.

The pricing of CT Band starts at $179 with actual pricing varying as per your preferred strap material and color. And this also happens to be one of the major disappointing aspects of the CT Band. The pricing is quite expensive and for a few bucks more, you can even get a decent fully-fledged brand new smartwatch. But if you are interested, you can preorder it now.


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