Just one month after sports apparel company Adidas acquired the popular fitnesss app Runtastic, the new pairing has already birthed a new product: a smartwatch

The Moment looks like a normal watch at first glance, but the wearable tracks your steps taken, calculates calories burned and monitors your sleep patterns

Runtastic Moment

The raspberry Moment Fun, the silver Moment Classic and the Moment Elite

Image: Runtastic

In addition to connecting via Bluetooth with Runtastic’s app (on either iOS, Windows Phone or Android), the device also provides vibration and LED alerts. And for those who like to put their smart devices through tough conditions, the lithium battery-powered (no daily recharging necessary) Moment is also waterproof Read more…

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